tourists were male. In other words, seven out of ten tourists were male.
Among Indian tourists, the ratio of males was lower being 64 percent. The
higher female ratio in Indian tourists is on account of their V.F.R. motivation
for visits to Pakistan.
age group of 16 - 30 years, 23 percent in the age group of 41-50 years and
about 17 percent in the age group of 51 years and above. The age-wise
distribution of Indian tourists differs from non-Indian tourists, as 28 percent of
Indian tourists belonged to age group of 31 - 40 years, followed by 25
percent in the age group of 51 years & above, 22 percent in the age group of
41 - 50 years and remaining 25 percent in the age group of 00-30 years.
Tourists under 40 years were 53 percent and 60 percent respectively in case
of Indian and non-Indian arrivals ( See Table No. 2.9 of Appendix).
11.8 percent house wives, 10.1 percent professionals and 44.5 percent
other categories combined ( See Table No. 2.10 of Appendix).
Rawalpindi, 19.9 percent Lahore and 3.5 percent, Peshawar. These four
cities received about 74.3 percent of total visitors. The arrivals at these
places are mainly on account of the nature of foreign tourism to Pakistan,
which is dominated by V.F.R. and business factors. All other cities and
places combined accounted for 25.7 percent of the total arrivals ( See Table
No. 2.11 of Appendix).
Average Length of Stay
term position is given in the following table:-
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