Day 01: Drive to Multan, Multan the land of the mystics is probably the oldest surviving city in southwest Asia. The history of Multan is the history of the sub-continent. Every invader from Alexander, through the Mughals, right up to the British fought for control of the city. Visit the Multan fort which was besieged by Alexander’s armies for months. Alexander, in an amazing feat of personal bravery, scaled the battlements of the fort and dropped alone behind the walls where he was struck by an arrow. Visit the shrine of Tomb of Shah Rukn- e- Alam, Tomb of Baha- ud -Din Zakaria Multani, and shrine of Shah Shams inside the fort. Later visit the colorful bazaar and see artisans making the famous camel skin lamp shades.
Day 02: Morning Drive to Uch Sharid visits Uch Sharif. Uch is an ancient city with reference to it having been built by Alexander the great during his quest in the region. Later in the 12th to 17th centuries, it thrived as an Islamic center for the Muslim scholars fleeing persecution in their own lands. It became a city of mystics and saints and we can still see remains of their grandeur. after lunch break visit Bahawalpur city (Bahawalpur Library, Bahawalpur Museum, Farid gate, al-Sadiq mosque, Nur Mahal, Darbar Mahal). Overnight Bahawalpur
Day 03: we go for an excursion of Derawar Fort, a massive and visually stunning square structure, built-in 9th Century. Continue to drive to Abbasi’s royal graveyard. It is the royal graveyard of the Abbasi’s family and is situated a few yards away from the Shahi Masjid Derawar. The Abbasi family was the ruling Nawab family of Bahawalpur and all of the previous Nawabs are buried here. The graveyard is still owned and controlled by the Nawabs surviving family members. There is one large size rectangular room that contains the graves of all the 12 Nawabs that ruled the Bahawalpur State. It also includes the grave of Nawab after 1966, which held the honorary title after the merger of the state with Pakistan. Other than the main rectangular tomb, there are many single tombs that belong to wives and brothers/sisters of Nawabs. These tombs display great architectural beauty. Most of them are the typical blue paintwork that is typical of Sindh and South Punjab architecture. Few are also in white marble and few in burnt brick. The graveyard is the private property of Abbasi’s family. after lunch, we drive to Sadiq Ghar palace. Overnight Bahawalpur.
Day 04: Drive back to Lahore en-route and visit Harappa.
Day 01: Drive to Lahore via GT road en-route visit Rohtas fort which is one of the UNESCO heritage site of Pakistan. Overnight Islamabad.
Day 02: Islamabad city tour, this beautiful city offers some of the lovely places like the Faisal Mosque which is one of the biggest mosques in the world, eye-catching spots kike Daman-e-koh, Pakistan monument, Japanese garden, Shakarparian and Raja bazaar Rawalpindi. Overnight Islamabad.
Day 03: Drive to Peshawar and visit Peshawar Museum, which is renowned for its collection of Gandhara art. Then we Explore old city of Peshawar and visit Mahabat Khan mosque, we stroll down Qissa Khawani Bazaar (Street of Storytellers), were raconteurs once fascinated crowds with lurid tales. Overnight Islamabad.
Day 04: Drive back to Lahore en route visit Ketas Hindu temples.
Day 01: Drive to Lahore via GT road en-route visit Rohatas fort which is one the UNESCO heritage site of Pakistan. Overnight Islamabad.
Day 02: We will depart from Islamabad for Naran. Passing through Hassan Abdal, Haripur and Abbottabad we will reach Mansehra. After a brief stop for lunch in Mansehra, we will resume our drive and reach Balakot, the gateway to Kaghan Valley. Continuing our drive, we will reach Naran and check in to the hotel for night stay.
Day 03: We will leave early morning and enjoy the drive along River Kunhar and crossing the village of Kaghan, we will drive to Kawai and further on to Shogran, a high plateau with superb panorama around. On arrival, we will transfer to the hotel and in the afternoon, we will make an excursion to Paya, a vast plateau at the foot of Makra Peak, bordering Kaghan with Azad Kashmir. After enjoying a superb panorama around, we will return to Shogran.
Day 04: After early breakfast, we will drive down the road and passing through Balakot, Mansehra and Abbottabad, we will reach Haripur and take the road to Khanpur Lake, a picturesque lake offering panoramic views and various water sports. After a lunch break at Khanpur, we will depart for Lahore and drop participants at the designated spot.
Day 01: Drive to Islamabad en-route visit khewra salt mines.Khewra Salt Mines is situated in the foothills of the Salt Range Jhelum District, at about 260 kilometers from Lahore. It catches the attention of up to 40,000 visitors per annul and is the second-largest salt mine in the world. Khewra Salt Mines are the oldest in South Asia. According to historians, Salt has been mined at Khewra since 320 BC following the discovery by Alexander’s troops. Dr. Warth in 1872 had developed the main tunnel at ground level and that main tunnel has since been transformed into a tourist resort. Transfer to Hotel in Islamabad.
Day 02: Taxila is one of the most important archaeological treasures of the Sub-continent. The fertile valley contains the remains of great cities like Bhir mound and Sirkap which were centers of Gandhara civilization. Visit the museum to see the unique collection of Gandhara Art. Also visit Bactrian, the Greek city of Sirkap, Buddhist monastery of Jaulian and Dharmarajika. Drive through Islamabad. Visit Saidpur village, famous for pottery. Drive up to Daman-e-koh up the Margalla Hills to get the best view of Islamabad Rawalpindi and the Potwar Plateau with the Salt Range on the Horizon. On return, visit the shrine of Bari Imam, the holy man of the woods. Many legends are attributed to the saint. Locks of hair are suspended on the branches of the Banyan trees, in the courtyard of the Saint’s shrine by invalids hoping for recovery by the powers of this healer. Driving through rose and jasmine gardens, reach Shakarparian Hill for a panoramic view of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Later visit National Institute of Folk Heritage where you can glimpse various cultures of Pakistan. Return via Rawal Lake.Visit colorful bazaars of Rawalpindi for bargain shopping of handicrafts, carpets, shawls and jackets
Day 03: Day excursion to Murree hill station. Murree is a hill station and summer resort; it is located in the Pir Panjal Range, some 60 km northeast of Islamabad and Rawalpindi via the Benazir Bhutto Road. Murree was the summer capital of the British Raj in the Punjab Province until 1864. The city is a popular tourist destination located on the southern slopes of the Western Himalayan foothills as they ascend northeastwards; at an average altitude of 2,291 meters, it experiences pleasant summers and cold, snowy winters. The city is noted for its Tudorbethan and neo-gothic architecture dating from the colonial era. Overnight Islamabad
Day 04: Drive back to Lahore en route visit Rohtas fort which is one of the UNESCO heritage sites of Pakistan.
Day 01: Drive to Lahore via GT road en-route visit Rohtas fort which is one the UNESCO heritage site of Pakistan. Overnight Islamabad.
Day 02: Drive to swat en route visit Taxila, Taxila is one of the most important archaeological treasures of the Sub-continent. The fertile valley contains the remains of great cities like Bhir mound and Sirkap which were centers of Gandhara civilization. Visit museum to see the unique collection of Gandhara Art. Also visit Bactrian, Greek city of Sirkap, Buddhist monastery of Jaulian and Dharmarajika. Overnight Swat.
Day 03: Full day tour in swat visit swat museum, white palace, Butkara. Overnight Swat.
Day 04: Drive back to Lahore en route visit Takht-bhai Buddhist Monastery.
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