Tourism is the movement of people from their original place of residence to another place to visit, enjoy, enjoy, see, explore, or heal. A tourist is a person who travels to a country other than the place of origin. The state exists for those who reside permanently for any reason other than work and income, and tourism reflects the level of cultural development a country has achieved. As it is an important source of national income, as it contributes to a successful program of national development. It provides employment opportunities for citizens, is a source of foreign exchange, and is an important sector for attracting foreign direct investment.
Tourism is divided into domestic tourism which takes place within the country, and external tourism in which tourists travel from their own countries to other countries in the world, constantly seeking to satisfy their desires and adapt to their tourist areas. desire. your needs. Your budget and time and some countries can manage to attract tourists because you don’t have the components of attraction that others have.
Elements For Tourism in Pakistan
Elements of tourist attractions are of great significance to the tourism industry of any country and give it exclusivity and distinction compared to other countries and can be divided into:
Landmarks in Pakistan
These natural factors are influenced by factors such as time, distance and tourist desires, for example, most businessmen and people living in bustling cities want to seek calm and relaxation in tourist centers and areas lush with forests, trees, and beaches. While people who live in colder and European regions look for warm and bright areas in winter, no one wants to spend time in planes or boats due to the distances that tourists travel demand more in some areas than others.
Historical and cultural elements in Pakistan
Many tourists are looking for areas of ancient civilizations that emerged through the monuments they left behind to show them the influence of chapels, palaces of kings, and monuments, and they will focus on visiting museums, palaces, mosques, libraries, and archaeological centers.
Social and religious factors
It reflects the degree of social interdependence, including the patterns and lifestyles that dominate individuals in society, and is an attractive source for some tourists who like to learn about the customs and traditions of other peoples, as well as the religious components of society. Worship and its manifestations are important places such as mosques, shrines, cemeteries, holy places, and places of religious ceremonies.