Hiking Tracks To Lure Adventure Enthusiasts
PESHAWAR: The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Culture, Sports, and Tourism Department is constructing four mega trekking and hiking projects at an estimated cost of Rs11 billion for adventure lovers besides searching new avenues for tourism so that the best facilities can be provided to local and foreign tourists.
The provincial tourism department has launched various projects for the promotion of tourism in the province under the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief Minister Mahmood Khan for easy access of tourists including construction road infrastructure in hilly areas.
The department is constructing roads connecting Kalam to Kumrat, besides roads from Auon to Kalash, Bamborait to Ramboor Valley, and Chitral to Garam Chashma so that tourists could easily visit the picturesque areas.
Keeping in view the huge influx of tourists, the main focus is being given to introducing new tourist destinations and avenues including valley Ganool.