Southern Pakistan Indus Valleys Tour 10 Days
|Southern Pakistan Indus Valleys Tour
|Satandard Package(2 Star Hotel)
|Rs 135,000/- per person
|Deluxe Package(3 Star Hotel)
|Rs 195,000/- per person
|Executive Package(4 Star Hotel)
|Rs 240,000/- per person
This tour is offering diversify culture of Pakistani people from Arabian sea to North pole of Pakistan where traveler constantly enjoy the tour’s taste. Meeting local people, local communities living life particularly in the backward areas traditional and colorful Bazars, Deserts to Lush Green Fields, world’s oldest civilizations (2500 BCE to 3500 BCE) to most modern societies, luxurious tourism, oldest archaeological site to most modern cities, most oldest cultures, Heritage natural sources and touching religious history of all Shires and sure different local and tropical foods of each city in Pakistan.
Clifton Beach We will begin our tour of the city with a visit to the Shrine of Abdullah Shah Ghazi. Born in Medina in 720 AD and widely revered throughout Pakistan, he was considered the patron saint of Karachi. Later we will have an opportunity to visit Clifton Beach, the National Museum and the Mausoleum of Muhammad Ali Jinnah. This afternoon we will show some modern shopping malls and foods streets for dinner.
Departing Karachi after breakfast this morning, we'll drive on to the city of Hyderabad. The journey takes us by way of the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Makli Hill, home to one of the largest necropolises in the world, and the Shah Jahan Mosque at Thatta, built during the golden age of Mughal architecture. Time permitting, we can also enjoy brief stops at the Chaukhandi tombs and the ancient port city of Bhanbore .Evening back to Hotel for overnight stay.
From Hyderabad the adventure continues through the north-west regions of Sindh province, towards the historic city of Larkana. Stops en route at the shrines of the famous Sufi saints of Lal Shahbaz Qalander and Abdul Latif Bhittai provide a chance to discover more about these revered mystics, philosophers and poets, before continuing on to our overnight stop in Larkana, on the banks of the River Indus.
Archaeological Museum Mohenjo Daro LARKANA – SUKKUR Larkana is home to one of the largest and oldest settlements of the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation. The site at Mohenjo-daro (Mound of the Dead) was abandoned as far back as the 19th century BC. Here we will have the chance to visit this impressive UNESCO World Heritage Site. We continue in the afternoon to the village of Ranipur to the archeological and historical site of Kot Diji Fort, formally known as Fort Ahmadabad. Built between 1785 and 1795 by Mir Sohrab Khan Talpur, founder of the Upper Sindh Kingdom in 1783, the fort was strategically placed on the edge of the desert to intercept any enemies approaching from the east before they could refresh their supplies after a long journey through the desert. Our journey today ends in Sukkur where we can admire the impressive Sukkur Barrage, an engineering marvel of this region. Overnight stay at Hotel.
A full day's drive takes us north to Bahawalpur, once part of an independent princely state that was founded in 1802 by Nawab Mohammad Bahawal Khan II. The road passes by the city of Uch Sharif, which was believed to have been founded by Alexander the Great in 325 BC at the confluence of the Indus and Chenab Rivers. Here, we stop to visit the beautiful tomb of Bibi Jawindi, one of the five monuments in Uch village, which today is a pilgrimage site for Muslims visiting Sufi shrines. Then, we visited Derawar Fort in the 15th century. From here, we then complete the journey to Bahawalpur. Resume sightseeing and back to Hotel for Overnight stay.
Tomb Shah Rukne Alam BAHAWALPUR – MULTAN A morning tour of Bahawalpur today provides an opportunity to discover a little something of its historical and cultural highlights relating to the local Nawabs, along with the modern-day local market. Departing the city after the visit, we'll then head on towards Multan, located on the banks of the Chenab River. Multan (Madinat-ul-Auliya) is known as the City of the Sufis, or the City of the Saints, largely due to the abundant number of Sufi shrines that lie scattered across the city. Amongst the monuments that we will visit today are the shrines of Shah Rukni-Alam, Bhahuddin Zikria, and Shams Tabriz. We'll also have an opportunity to spend some time exploring the Old Bazaar.
Harappa MULTAN – LAHORE From Multan the journey next takes us on to the capital of the Punjab, as we drive to Lahore, the largest Punjabi city in the world and the country’s cultural and artistic capital. Stopping en route at the famous archaeological site at Harappa, we'll have a chance to discover the remains of a Bronze Age fortified city whose origins have been dated back to 2600BC. This afternoon we continue our journey to the colonial city of Lahore where we stay for the next two Nights. In the evening we walk to Lahore foods street and famous Anarkali Bazzar.
Lahore Fort LAHORE The historic capital of both the Moghul and Sikh empires, the city also played a significant part in the British governance of the Punjab. Home to a remarkable collection of cultural and historic highlights, our tour over the next two days includes visits to the Lahore Museum, the Badshahi Mosque, and Lahore Fort along with several local shrines and mosques. Along with visits to the old town, we will also head out east to the Wagah Border to witness the dramatic flag lowering ceremony.
Rohtas Fort LAHORE -ISLAMABAD –RALWALPINDI Following breakfast we will toward to Islamabad via Grand Trunk Road or Motorway en route visit 16th century built garrasion Rohtas Fort build by Farid Khan later renowned Sher Shah Suri king of Afghanistan. Drive you most stunning and modern architecture feature of Faisal Masjid with fabulous views of Himalayans and Margalla Hills. Visit 400 year old Hindu temple and Art gallery of Islamabad in Saidpur village, unity and identity of Pakistan Monument, Pakistan deep depicted culture of 4 Province including Giglit Baltisan Heritage /Museum, Visit twin city of most mass crowded city Rawalpindi. Overnight stay in Islamaba
Taxila Museum Taxila Excursion Tour is a One Day Tour from Islamabad. Taxila was an ancient city in what is now northwestern Pakistan. It is an important archaeological site and in 1980, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage SiteWe shall visit Khanpur Dam which is 50 kilometres ahead of Taxila and is a land of oranges. Khanpur Dam is famous tourist destination offering amazing landscape, boat ride facilities and mouthwatering fresh Fish of various kinds. This Taxila Sightseeing Tour cover following places in one day: Mohra Marado Juliyan University Sirkip Taxila Museum Khanpur Dam Afternoon we back to Islamabad and visit some traditional bzzars and markets for shopping this aldy day . after dinner we will transfer you to Airport with a lot of good memories from colorful culture and high mountains of Pakistan.