Pakistan tourism

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 23 March, 1996, 12:00am
UPDATED : Saturday, 23 March, 1996, 12:00am

For the adventurous tourist, Pakistan has plenty to offer. Steam-engine safaris journey on a rail network built by the British Raj - a stately way to travel - while Indus Boat Adventures float down the Indus River in craft modelled on the navy of Alexander the Great. For those who have the spirit of Ernest Hemingway, PIA offers deep-sea sport fishing off the coast of Karachi in the Arabian Sea, aboard wooden-hulled boats, or wild boar hunting on the banks of the Indus.