From the tallest glaciers to the highest plateau and Polo ground in the world, Pakistan is truly blessed with sights that leave you gasping in awe. These areas have always remained a favorite destination of tourists from not only Pakistan but also from all over the world.
Recently, we have seen a keen interest develop among the masses to travel to the North and experiencing it not only just in person but also sharing their experience with their family and friends through social media.
The recent boom in tourism is surely benefitting the locals and providing travelers with avenues of recreation. It is also great to see a corporate organization like Telenor Pakistan coming forward to promote tourism in the country.
Considering the fact that Telenor has always had a very strong presence in the North and is the most preferred cellular network in the region, it has always sought to provide people in the North with connectivity that helps them stay connected even in the remotest of areas.
Their claim that Telenor provides ‘Pakistan main har jagah, raabton ka silsila’ has been backed by testimonials from people who have recently traveled to the North of Pakistan.
To explore this claim further, travel blogger Wasif Khan took up Telenor’s challenge and traveled across Hunza and documented his journey using Telenor data. His followers became a part of his experience as they kept looking forward to the live updates by him from the scenic destinations.
To further benefit the local population & tourists, Telenor is organizing the Naran Festival on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of August that will have exciting games, activities for children, shopping stalls and feature food from local eateries as well as promote local musical talent. Also, 3 lucky winners from their social media contest will be traveling with Ramish & Danish from ‘Bros Meet the World’ to attend this festival.