From Karachi to Nanga Parbat: Fascinating Travelogue Is Now Available on Kindle
The new book is released through Kindle's Direct Publishing (KDP) services. It details different Pakistani cities, towns and valleys. The author describes some of his wonderful tales, adventures and experiences, while on his way to Nanga Parbat's base camp.
Karachi, Pakistan, February 12, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Saad Anwar releases his first ever book that describes his adventures and experiences in the north valleys of Pakistan. The book describes his excursion to one of the most beautiful mountains of the world, Nanga Parbat. The book describes every detail and aspect of a fifteen day trip.
Nanga Parbat is world’s ninth highest mountain and it is considered to be one of the most difficult mountains to scale in climbing community. The author, who lived in Karachi, a southern city of Pakistan, covered nearly 1800 kilometers in 7 days to reach the basecamp of this beautiful mountain.
While covering all this distance, he traveled across some of the best cities of Pakistan including Lahore, Islamabad, Abbotabad, Mansehra, and small towns like Balakot, Naran, and Shogran.
“Pakistan is a beautiful country, it has everything a tourist or traveler can wish for. It has seas, deserts, mountains, valleys, fields, and beautiful meadows. I wanted to show the world, how they can experience all this beauty in a very short span of time.” said author of the book, Saad Anwar.
From Karachi to Nanga Parbat is an adventure that you can experience from the comforts of your living or study room. The book is available on Kindle’s ebook store or you can find it at the following link:
About the Author: Saad Anwar is a short story and travel writer. He graduated from University of Karachi in Computer Sciences, yet he loves to write fiction and travelogues. From Karachi to Nanga Parbat is his first travelogues published through Kindle’s Direct Publishing service and he is planning to write some more in next couple of years.