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Sevendays Winter Feast 2024 Promises Mesmerizing Experience in Hunza

In a grand event at Serena Hotel, Islamabad, the Sevendays 2024 Premiere Display showcased the enchanting details of the upcoming Seven Days Winter Feast 2024. This anticipated event, set against the breathtaking backdrop of Hunza, Gilgit-Baltistan, promises a unique blend of culture, adventure sports, and environmental awareness.

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Key Figures and Presentations: Government officials, including Raja Nasir Ali Khan, Minister of Planning and Development for GB, and Mr. Ghulam Muhammad, Minister for Tourism GB, hosted the event. Additional Chief Secretary GB, Capt. (Rtd.) Mushtaq Ahmed, and Secretary Tourism GB, Mr. Asifullah Khan, also played key roles. The press conference featured dynamic presentations, including show reels, interviews, documentaries, and video footage highlighting the success of the previous year’s Winter Feast.

Collaborative Efforts: Acknowledging the vital role of partners, the Secretary Tourism and Culture expressed gratitude to collaborators. Notable partners include Serena Hotels, Winter Sports Federation, Aga Khan Agency for Habitat, GBRSP, Forest Department GB, Ramada, Bank Islami, AKRSP, GB Invest, Lexus Hotel, GLAD, SCO, and Ghulkin Winter Club.

Exciting Additions: Mr. Shahid Nadeem from the Winter Sports Federation announced a thrilling addition to this year’s event – the integration of the annual national winter sports tournament. This strategic move aims to boost participation levels and ensure the success of the Sevendays Winter Feast.

Commitment to Environmental Initiatives: Ms. Nusrat Nisa, CEO of the Aga Khan Agency for Habitat Pakistan, emphasized the organization’s commitment to pre and post-disaster mitigation strategies. Green solutions addressing challenges posed by climate change and global warming were highlighted.

Objectives and Highlights: The primary goal of Sevendays Winter Feast 2024 is to promote tourism through adventure and cultural sports. Positioned as a four-season tourist destination, Gilgit-Baltistan aims to showcase its beauty even during harsh winters and off-seasons. The event will enhance the capacity building of winter sports athletes, especially in the emerging field of ice hockey in Pakistan.

Cultural Harmony and Environmental Awareness: This year, national teams from other provinces will join local teams, fostering cultural harmony and peace. Mass awareness campaigns on environmental changes and challenges will be conducted through activities such as ice sculptures, yak safaris, traditional food feasts, and stalls showcasing the rich flora and fauna of the region.

Anticipated Experience: Sevendays Winter Feast 2024 promises an unparalleled blend of thrill, cultural celebration, and environmental consciousness. As winter winds sweep through the majestic landscapes of Attabad and Ghulkin, participants and spectators alike can expect an experience that transcends boundaries, capturing the true essence of adventure, culture, and the spirit of Gilgit-Baltistan.