By Mujahid Sulaiman
The region Gilgit Baltistan has dynamic tourism potential and provides diverse tourism opportunities for domestic and foreign tourists across the world. Being it home to the world’s highest mountain peaks and glaciers fascinates the attention of adventurers, mountaineers, trekkers, travelers and explorers. As four of the world’s 8000 meter high peaks i.e.k-2 ( 8611m), the world’s second highest peak, the Broad peak (8060m), Gashabrum-1 (8068m) and Gasmhabrum-2 (8036m) are in Baltistan of GB. Apart from the captivating landscape and physical beauty the ethno-linguistic diversity and anthropogenic-environment is both plausible and practicable to flourish the tourism industry and to promote cultural values.