Pakistani family visited most difficult peaks in Northern areas on a Honda bike to promote tourism
Pakistan’s northern areas are also known as “the Switzerland of Pakistan” because of its spellbinding beauty. These lands feature mountains covered with ice and forests, beautiful glaciers and gleaming lakes and waterfalls.
The rough roads and security issues often intimidate the travelers. However, one Pakistani family who call themselves “Road Leopards” are giving us major travel goals by traveling on a bike.
This enthusiastic family of four took the challenge to explore Pakistan’s stunning scenes on a single motorcycle.
Irfan Younas is a professional photographer who belongs to Lahore and runs his private company of wedding and commercial photography. He often visits northern areas but this time he decided to explore the natural beauty along with family on a Honda bike.
Instead of taking a car, Irfan decided to take this journey to the northern Pakistan on a motorbike along with his wife and two children.
Irfan as husband and father of two young kids took a very brave decision traveling northern areas on a motorcycle because traveling to hilly areas is no easy task especially with four people on one motorbike.
However, this shows his traveling enthusiasm towards exploring the country. The couple believes in living their life to the fullest and despite all the challenges they faced on this trip, they seemed to have loved the experience to bits.
The Road Leopards recently completed their second journey visiting places like Deosai plains and national park, Ali Malik Top, Naran Khagan Valley and other parts of the northern areas of Pakistan.
Irfan Younas and his family started their journey on September 22nd 2017 on his motorcycle Honda cg 125 delux and concluded his amazing trip on 2nd October.
During their family trip they visited BabusarTop, Naran, Shogran, Khunjarab, Hunza Vally, Skardu, Khaplu, Shigar, Manthoka and Deosai National Park on his motorcycle.
The sandy beaches of Gawadar, Ormara and Pisni along the Arabian Sea are some of the less explored and picturesque destination for the local as well as international tourists.
Deosai National Park on the northeastern border is the second highest plateau in the world after Tibet and is home to the critically endangered Himalayan Brown Bear.
This exciting traveling family, Road Leopards’ Irfan believes that: “Life is meaningless unless you have someone you can enjoy with.”
You can check details about their journey here.
Irfan’s successful journey would surely encourage many travel enthusiasts to traverse the diverse nature of Pakistan. But make sure you stay safe and don’t do anything which might risk your life.