Following the footsteps of widely knowns vloggers, another famous American travel vlogger, Jordan Taylor has landed in Karachi to visit Pakistan.
She also announced via her Instagram profile that she will be attending the vlogger Summit to be held in Islamabad.
She said, “The past month of travelling around China has been so beautiful, and I’m so excited to announce my next trip will be a month in Pakistan starting in mid-April! I’ve wanted to visit for a long time, and after months of planning, it’s finally happening! In addition to exploring all over Pakistan, I’ll be attending the Vlogger Summit in Islamabad and getting the chance to meet local creators! I have so many upcoming adventures for you guys on my channel that I’m so excited to share. Thank you for following the adventures!”
Jordan has explored the rich culture, heritage of Sindh and nowadays in Lahore and will later Vloggers Summit she is going to explore the beautiful sights of northern areas of Pakistan.
She has also done horse riding, featured Khan Coach truck art, had met and greet with bloggers in Karachi and Lahore, visited French Beach, had Rikshaw Ride and off course tea.
She Said “I arrived in Pakistan nearly a week ago, and ever since it’s been a whirlwind of magnificent settings, the most generous and welcoming people you could ever meet, sweeping landscapes, and weaving alleyways through colorful markets.
“I have so much more to say about Pakistan so far – about the amazing people, about the delicious food and the never-ending supply of tea, about the feeling of being an explorer in the ruins of deeply ancient kingdoms” She added.
It all happened when top travel and food blogger, Mark Weins visited Pakistan and shared his journey with his fans through YouTube channel and other social media platforms.
Soon after, worldly known travel vloggers including Trevor James, Eva zu Beck, Rosie Gabrielle and Drew Binsky started visiting Pakistan. Each one of them fell in love with the rich culture, generous localists, and breathtaking sights of Pakistan.
In just an era of six months, tourism ratio of wanderlust in Pakistan has evidently increased which is leading Pakistan to be the tourism hub for the world shortly.