The beautiful scenery and waterfalls in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa attracted millions of tourists from all over the country during Eid holidays.
According to the statistics released from the provincial ministry of tourism, as many as two million tourists from different regions turned to various tourist attractions in KP, especially in Galiyat, Swat, Kumrat and Abbottabad.
Provincial minister for tourism Atif Khan credited this result to the excellent strategy of the government to promote tourism in the province.
Almost 2 million tourists visited kp which is really great. Govt will play its part of providing security ,basic infrastructure,private sector its own and tourists have to keep the area clean for our next generation to enjoy pic.twitter.com/bVBJGDi5c3
— Atif Khan (@AtifKhanpti) June 10, 2019
In a tweet late on Sunday, Atif revealed that Swat remained the most attractive tourist destination for families and individuals. As many as one million tourists visited the valley during Eid holidays.
The tweet further revealed that between Wednesday to Saturday, 400,000 people visited Galiyat, 250,000 turned to Chitral, 200,000 to Naran, and as many tourists picked Kumrat as their holiday destination.
Provincial Minister KP government Shahram Khan Tarakai said that he visited Nathia Gali, Abbottabad, and other areas to review different facilities and cleanliness arrangements there.