Aiming to promote tourism in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), the provincial government has decided to launch a safari train project and a bus service. Chief Minister KP, Mahmood Khan has accorded approval for the revival of the steam safari train project.
The safari train will run on two routes, one from Peshawar to Attock while the other from Peshawar to Takht-Bhai area of district Mardan.
Meanwhile, the KP government has decided to launch a bus service for tourists to visit the walled city areas of Peshawar.
On the other hand, the government has decided to set up a fourteen kilometre-long cable car between Upper Dir and Chitral to connect the scenic tourist resorts in the area.
Furthermore, as many as 105,207 people flocked to various tourist sites in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa over the past five days following the government reopened tourism after a five-month hiatus in view of declining coronavirus cases.