Veteran West Indies Cricket Allrounder, Daren Sammy, expressed that he is delighted to discover Pakistan outside of Cricket. Daren Sammy along with Hashim Amla of South Africa and Kamran Akmal (Pakistan) are in a way to explore the beauty of Pakistan after PSL6 was postponed.
Darren Sammy is currently a coach of the Peshawar Zalmi franchise of Pakistan Super League (PSL). Also, he is a former West Indies captain. He came to Pakistan for the PSL 6th season in February. After the 14 games, PSL6 was postponed due to some COVID19 breaches in the bubble.
Daren Sammy along with South Africa’s veteran batsman, Hashim Amla, stayed in the country so that to turn the event into an opportunity. After PSL6 was postponed, they decided to explore the diverse and iconic natural tourist sites of Pakistan.
Daren Sammy & Hashim Amla in Pakistan
Both veteran cricketers have been spotted on many occasions visiting northern areas of Pakistan. They were also spotted socializing with local people as well. In a video, both cricketers have also been seen along with Pakistan’s former wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal. They were doing adventurous activities at the ‘Malam Jabba’, one of the traveller’s favorite cities in Pakistan.
Pakistan is one of the best tourists destinations in the World. It is because of the untouched potential, diverse culture, hospitality of the residents, some natural views, meadows, and adventurous activities. After the postponed PSL6 season, both Darren Sammy and Hashim Amla saw an open window to explore the country. Because it’s been so long that cricket is back in Pakistan and so as tourism. Moreover, the current government led by Prime Minister Imran Khan (a veteran Pakistan All-round Cricketer) is working hard to revive the conditions and drive the fortunes of the country out of the long-lasted war against terrorism and extremism.
Darren Sammy in his tweet mentioned that he was first disappointed that PSL6 was postponed. But he feels super grateful to have an opportunity to get “to explore the beauty of Pakistan outside of Cricket”.