World record holder Lexie Alford calls Pakistan most hospitable gem

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Lexie Alford, the world record holder for being the youngest person to travel to every country, recently shared her perception of Pakistan and listed it as the best hospitable country in the world. Pakistan, known for its countless beautiful destinations and natural attractions, has been attracting travelers from all corners of the globe.

The country’s picturesque landscapes and the warmth of its people have left a lasting impression on Lexie Alford. She praised Pakistan for its positive tourism, emphasizing the power it holds in breaking down barriers and dispelling negative perceptions perpetuated by the media.

Taking to her Instagram, Lexie expressed her honor in being a part of the trip to Pakistan, stating that experiencing the beauty of lesser-known places and meeting real people firsthand helps to open minds and promote understanding.

Her praise for Pakistan’s hospitality resonated with many people, who thanked her for speaking the truth about the country and its people. The locals were also commended for their welcoming nature, making visitors feel at home.

Lexie’s appreciation for Pakistan has shed light on the true essence of the country, and her words have garnered positive responses from many. The acknowledgment of Pakistan’s hospitality by a renowned traveler like Lexie Alford highlights the beauty and warmth that this nation has to offer.

Have you experienced the hospitality of Pakistan? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box!


  1. Lexie is truely the best ever and was recently telling me and my friends that Pakistan is her favorite destination for its people and beauty.

    • It’s a truly stunning & wonderful country, filled with warm, hospitable & very welcoming peoples.
      It’s so sad that the poisonous media, have done so much harm regarding Pakistan, in years past. IMPO, I think that’s truly shameful, but it’s great that many are starting to see “truth” with their own eyes.

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