Eva Zu Beck Is Sharing Her Pakistani Travels In A New Show And It Looks SO Damn Good

By MangoBaaz Studio | 23 Jan, 2019

At this point in time, we’re sure we really don’t have to introduce who Eva Zu Beck is because she’s literally (been) everywhere. 

From enjoying the breathtaking view from the Altit Fort at Hunza…

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I miss the mountains. Their unwavering grandeur, their echo, their unpredictable ways. ✨ . Over the last few weeks, I’ve been travelling from city to city, staying in densely populated areas, dealing with traffic, inhaling impure air. Don’t get me wrong: it is a lot of fun. But nature is calling out to me now to come back to her loin 🙏 . And here’s another interesting thing: people’s stories are so different in cities and mountains. In the city, the stories are often tied to the urban infrastructure, its pace and busyness. In the mountains, the stories tend to slow down, and though they may boast similar achievements, they are more grounded in nature. More anchored in the eternal connection between man and mountain. . I can’t wait to rejoin the mountains and start telling their stories again. What about you – do you prefer the hustle and bustle of the city, or the serenity of the mountain? . 📸 taken in Altit Fort, Hunza (Sep 2018) by @thesalmanalam

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…to horse riding at one of Pakistan’s nationally treasured beaches in Karachi, homegirl’s done A LOT.

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I’ve always been mad about horses. Earlier this year, I spent several weeks in Mongolia, riding across the endless steppe and feeling like the freest warrior in the world. . In Mongolia, horses are treated as essential companions, divine creatures in some sense. And although not everyone in Mongolia can ride, horses are in the blood of the people there. . And in Pakistan, you’ll see horses everywhere too. Some of them treated well, others badly. Some used to pull carriages, others trained to play extensive games of polo. . And wherever I come across a horse – anywhere in the world – I cannot resist the urge to jump on and gallop into the distance. . Have you ever ridden a horse? If so, how does it make you feel? . 📸 by @shahid.ali0

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Along the way, Eva has gathered a huge Pakistani fan following, all of which eagerly waits for Eva to make them a part of her newer adventures. 

For Eva, what began as a uphill climb for being the viral Kiki Challenge girl, who was met with love and criticism alike, she quickly steered her journey in Pakistan into a full-blown travelogue which started on from Instagram, and then was launched on YouTube.

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But little did all of us know that Eva and her adventures would go on to become SO BIG that she’ll get her own show with Jazz.

It’s called Eva Travels Pakistan with Jazz, and it’s a one-of-a-kind interactive show which would show Pakistan from Eva’s quirky perspective.

It’s set to cover pretty much everything, from food to some absolute hidden treasures! Jazz, with this series, will be enabling Eva in her travels as it does for millions across Pakistan. It’s also special because we’d all get to see things from the perspective of someone who isn’t Pakistani, but has fallen in love with the land as soon as she stepped foot on it – and if that doesn’t define passion then we don’t know what will!

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While usual travelogues which are based on Pakistan start from the North, Eva Travels Pakistan starts from Southern Pakistan.

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They said Karachi would be dangerous. Polluted. Congested. . But they also said it would be intense. Vibrant. Ceaseless, and addictive. . For the last two days, I’ve been walking around this incredible city with my mouth agape – like in this photo. Every corner draws me in, every pile of spices sends my senses running, every street is an endless treasure trove. . And yes, Karachi is everything that everyone described, but it’s also so much more. You can lose yourself in Karachi and never find your way back. You can give your heart to the city and fall for eternity. You can breathe in the air and, with it, all of the pain, pleasure, beauty and terror that dwells within. In Karachi, you can see deep into the soul of something much bigger than what you’ve ever known before. . I am convinced, one of these tiny flats in Karachi must be home to the soul of humanity. . 📸 by @iarslanakbar with PIA / MindComms

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All in all, it’s a different show. It’s from an outsider’s perspective, and that outsider is pretty hell-bent on digging through Pakistan’s history to unearth gems we wouldn’t have heard of otherwise. It’s refreshing, it’s quirky and the visuals are enough to draw you in completely.

We went through Eva’s videos, and honestly, they’re totally worth it. 

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She’s doing justice to all the wonders Pakistan has to offer.

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From Hyderabad…

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…to Balochistan…

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…to Gwadar…

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…she’s taken Pakistan by storm, with Jazz as her aid.

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She even documents her adventures with food!

If nothing else, this HAS to entice the foodie in you.

Eva and Jazz have successfully endeavored to showcase Pakistan’s stunning beauty with a gripping narrative alongside. 

Honestly, if you watch this video, you’ll understand why. It’s next level stuff.

Oh and she’s even captured the stunning essence of Hyderabad like a pro.

All in all, Eva Travels Pakistan with Jazz is something you DEFINITELY don’t want to miss out on. You can catch up with Eva’s adventures through her YouTube channel. Have fun, because we sure did. We wish Eva all the best for her venture. Go on Eva, dunya ko bataa do what you’re made of, girl!


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