German Mountaineers Are Back to Conquering Pakistani Peaks [Pictures]

Tourism seems to be recovering from the pandemic.

German Mountaineers

Due to the global pandemic, known to us now as the Coronavirus, Pakistan’s tourism industry experienced a massive downfall. Now that travel has resumed in the country, tourists are returning to explore and rejuvenate their adventurous spirits.

Pakistan is home to the 14 tallest mountains of the world, which is why it is a perfect destination for mountain climbers. German traveler Felix Berg along with his team has arrived at Shimshal Valley, Gilgit Baltistan.

They plan on climbing the 6500-meter-high peak at the valley. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit Baltistan are tourists’ favorite places to visit. Not only Pakistanis, but people from all around the world visit these beautiful lands in the country.

Before the pandemic hit the country, more than a hundred climbers and trekkers visited to enjoy the adventurous travels here. However, the tourism industry experienced a downfall due to COVID-19. It is refreshing to see it getting back to normal now.

Let’s take a look at their pictures:

 

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It is important to note that the government of Pakistan has advised travelers to follow mandated SOPs.

We wish these German mountaineers a safe and happy journey.

Via Mashable

 


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Written by Yusra Rafiq

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