By Bayleigh and Mack
1. Ayubia National Park- It is a protected site, and has 3,312 hectares located in Northern Pakistan. It was declared a national park in 1948, and was named after the second president of Pakistan: Muhammad Ayud Khan. The park developed as a resort complex, from a combination of four mini resorts. It is currently managed by the Wildlife and Parks Department of Government
2. Lake Saiful Muluk- It is an Alpine Lake located at an altitude of 3, 224 meters above sea level. It is one of the highest lakes in Pakistan. Weather here is moderate during the day but the temperature drops to negative degrees at night.
3. Karachi Safari Park- It is a public funded, "family-only"safari park built in 1970. It covers 407 acres and contains two natural lakes.
Human Geographic Features:
1. Mohenjo-Daro- It is a world heritage site in the province of Sindh. It is one of the largest settlements in the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, built around 2600 BCE. It was abandon in the 19th century and was not rediscovered until 1922. It was named a world heritage site in 1980. The Mohenjo-Daro is threatened by erosion.
2. Badshahi Mosque- It is an Islamic structure that was commissioned by the 6th Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in 1671 and completed in 1673. It is the 2nd largest mosque in Pakistan and South Asia and the 5th largest mosque in the world. This structure serves as a famous landmark and tourist attraction.
3. Lahore Fort- It is an ancient famous fort that is a common tourist attraction. It has been named a World Heritage Site.
1. New Cape Grace Guest House (From $45)
2. Ramada Plaza Karachi Hotel (From $149)
3. Marriot Karachi Hotel (From $170)
Places to Eat:
**All of the following serve authentic Pakistani foods
1. Andaaz Resturant
3. Baradari (only open in the summer)
4. Des Pardes
Potential Olympic Locations:
1.Rawalpindi cricket stadium
2. Gaddafi stadium, Lahore Pakistan
3. National Stadium, Karachi Pakistan