Renowned Naat Poet Sayyid Sabihuddin Sabih Rahmani visits Global Travel and Tours

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Renowned Naat Poet Syed Sabihuddin Sabih Rahmani visited the office of Globat Travel and Tours on December 10, 2021. Syed Sabihuddin Sabih Rehmani is a renowned name in the field of Na’at around the globe. He is from Karachi, Pakistan.

On this occasion, the director welcomed him and thanked him for visiting the office of Goble Travel. He said that its honor for us to present our Umrah Book prepared by Global Travel and Tours Toronto, Canada.[/vc_column_text][dfd_spacer screen_wide_spacer_size=”25″ screen_normal_resolution=”1024″ screen_tablet_resolution=”800″ screen_mobile_resolution=”480″ tutorials=””][dfd_single_image image=”22595″ tutorials=””][dfd_spacer screen_wide_spacer_size=”25″ screen_normal_resolution=”1024″ screen_tablet_resolution=”800″ screen_mobile_resolution=”480″ tutorials=””][dfd_single_image image=”22593″ tutorials=””][dfd_spacer screen_wide_spacer_size=”25″ screen_normal_resolution=”1024″ screen_tablet_resolution=”800″ screen_mobile_resolution=”480″ tutorials=””][dfd_single_image image=”22594″ tutorials=””][dfd_spacer screen_wide_spacer_size=”35″ screen_normal_resolution=”1024″ screen_tablet_resolution=”800″ screen_mobile_resolution=”480″ tutorials=””][vc_column_text]


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PCR Health Certificate Requirement

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]All Pakistanis who are stranded in Canada due to Covid-19 travel restrictions and are facing visa expiry issues. Kindly get yourself registered by sending us your PIA holding tickets or copy of your passport to the following email:

globaltravel786@gmail.com
Or Call: 905 275 3555

Remember

This is an effort from Global Travels & Tours with PIA local authorities to facilitate Pakistani citizens who are unable to travel back to Pakistan

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Canada Opens World’s Longest Hiking Trail

[vc_row][vc_column][dfd_single_image image=”22053″][dfd_spacer screen_wide_spacer_size=”30″ screen_normal_resolution=”1024″ screen_tablet_resolution=”800″ screen_mobile_resolution=”480″][vc_column_text]The Great Trail — previously known as the Trans Canada Trail — is a bit of a misnomer. Given that the recently opened trail is the longest recreational one in the world at a staggering 14,864 miles, the project is great indeed, a monumental achievement. However, it isn’t a trail.

Similar to its daintier American cousin, the Maine-to-Florida spanning East Coast Greenway, the Great Trail isn’t a single trail but a collection of small, community-based trails, all maintained and operated by local jurisdictions, linked together to form a single network. It’s a touch confusing but it makes sense that the Great Trail — composed of more than 400 individual trails snaking across all 10 provinces and two of the three territories, from St. John’s in the East to Victoria in the West with a huge looping detour north through the Yukon and Northwest Territories to the Arctic Ocean — would be billed as a single entity. (“The Great Canadian Network of Interconnected Community Trails” just doesn’t have the same ring to it, now does it?)[/vc_column_text][dfd_spacer screen_wide_spacer_size=”30″ screen_normal_resolution=”1024″ screen_tablet_resolution=”800″ screen_mobile_resolution=”480″][dfd_single_image image=”22052″][/vc_column][/vc_row]