An Asian country that is experiencing a rise in the tourism industry, Pakistan is known for its historical ruins, museums and religious tourist destinations.
Since Pakistan is located in a high-risk area of the world, security concerns are common. When making your travel plans, it is important to find out whether there are any travel advisories in effect for where you are travelling to. Travel insurance is an essential part of your trip to the country; however, if a travel advisory is in effect and you travel to that country anyway, you could void your travel insurance policy. Ask one of our agents about this when you purchase your travel policy. If there is no travel advisory in effect, you want to be sure to have travel insurance to protect yourself against the unexpected. Blue Cross offers you the comprehensive travel insurance coverage you need to assist you during your stay.
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Tourist spots in Pakistan
Many people would be surprised to learn that Pakistan has a diverse landscape. From mountain peaks to deserts and jungles, the country has it all. While Pakistan is known for its mosques, it also has beautiful mountain hiking trails, surreal hill stations and scenic views. It also features Rani Kot Fort (the largest fort in the world), Hingol National Park and a number of World Heritage sites, including archeological marvels, Moenjodaro and the graveyard at Makli Hill.
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|Population (2012):||179,160,111||34,754,312 (2012)|
|Official language(s):||Punjabi, English|
|Diesel (2012):||1.20||1.23 (2012)|
|Gasoline (2013):||1.02||1.23 (2013)|