Pakistan is striving to develop maritime tourism to broadcast its image as a tourist-friendly country and to prosper economically. The authors, Akseer Ali Saif Janjua, Sarah Kiyani, Saliha Waseem, and Saqib Ameen, explore the country’s tourism potential, and the development carried out in the sector by comparing it to the Republic of Maldives—a country which was once considered unsuitable for tourism but is now one of the world’s top tourist destinations.
Saqib Ameen is a student of international relations at National Defence University, Islamabad. He has a profound interest in world politics and history. He is an avid reader and the head of the Art and Book Reading Club of the IR department. He aspires to become an expert on Middle Eastern affairs.