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Embarking on a tour covering Lahore, Peshawar, Multan, Mohenjo-Daro, Thatta, and Karachi promises an enriching and diverse experience, spanning historical landmarks. 


Discover Pakistan Tour

Uch-Sharif-bahawalpurPakistan, a land of intriguing contrasts, presents a captivating journey for explorers. From the ancient ruins of Mohenjo-Daro and Taxila to the contemporary skylines of Karachi and Lahore, it artfully blends tradition with modernity. The nation's varied landscapes, ranging from the majestic Karakoram and Himalayan peaks to the serene Arabian Sea beaches, set the stage for diverse adventures. Amid developmental challenges, Pakistan's economy demonstrates steady growth in agriculture and industry. Its warm-hearted people extend a hospitable welcome, exemplifying a blend of rural simplicity and urban dynamism. Pakistan offers a mosaic of experiences, from archaeological treasures to Northern Area treks and bustling market escapades.

A populace of approximately 220 million reflects myriad languages and lifestyles, united by Islam, crafting a rich cultural fabric of music, dance, literature, and art. A journey to Pakistan unveils this vibrant tapestry, inviting exploration of historic sites, indulgence in local cuisine, and engagement with its gracious populace, ultimately delivering a memorable and authentic adventure where heritage and progress intertwine harmoniously.

Days: 21Age: 05- 90 YearsBest Time: AnyCost: 2750 Euro /person
Included:
  • Accommodation in 3-4 star hotels with breakfast
  • Air-conditioned transportation
  • English-speaking guide
  • Sightseeing tickets
  • Local lunch
  • Pick-up and drop-off services
Not Included:
  • Dinner
  • Tips for driver and guide
  • Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
Cost (More than one person)
  • for 2 persons: 1550 Euro per person
  • for 3 persons: 1250 Euro per person
  • for 4 persons: 1150 Euro per person
  • for 5 persons: 1050 Euro per person
  • for 6 persons:  950 Euro per person
  • for 8 persons:  900 Euro per person
  • for 10 persons: 850 Euro per person

Prices for more than 10 persons are available on request.

Day 01

Arrival - Islamabad Sightseeing

As you arrive at Islamabad airport, our warm reception and smooth transfer to your hotel mark the beginning of your journey. The exploration unfolds with a visit to Lok Virsa Museum, offering a vibrant showcase of Pakistan's cultural heritage through art, crafts, and music. Daman-e-Koh, nestled in Margalla Hills, treats you to panoramic views of Islamabad's cityscape and nature. The tranquil Japanese Garden offers relaxation amid flowing streams, while Shakarparian Park invites leisurely strolls and picnics with stunning city vistas. Concluding at Rawal Dam, a serene reservoir for walks and boating, our expert guide imparts historical and cultural insights throughout the day. As the exploration wraps up, we return you to your hotel, leaving you to contemplate Islamabad's diverse attractions. Overnight Islamabad.

Day 02

Islamabad - Taxila - Besham

Departing Islamabad, an early start takes us on an enthralling journey towards Besham, with stops in Haripur, Abbottabad, and Mansehra. Taxila, a UNESCO World Heritage site, beckons, offering insight into its archaeological treasures and the legacy of the Gandhara civilization. Along the iconic Karakoram Highway, the Indus River guides our way, unveiling awe-inspiring mountain panoramas and the river's serpentine course. A scenic pause in Batagram frames the landscape's beauty. Arriving in Besham, our hotel provides a welcoming haven to relax and rejuvenate. This day intertwines history, nature's grandeur, and cultural discovery, unveiling the marvels of Taxila's past and the captivating landscapes along the Karakoram Highway. Overnight Besham.

Day 03

Besham - Chilas - Gilgit

Leaving Besham, our path winds onward toward Gilgit, a city renowned for its natural beauty and cultural heritage. Along the way, we halt at the Nanga Parbat Viewpoint, where the majestic Nanga Parbat, also known as the "Killer Mountain," looms in all its awe-inspiring glory. Continuing our journey, we are greeted by the magnificent convergence of the Karakoram, Himalaya, and Hindu Kush Mountain ranges, a panoramic masterpiece of nature's splendor. Another captivating moment unfolds as we witness the Gilgit River melding into the Indus River, a powerful and mesmerizing spectacle. The Karakoram Highway reveals its historical treasures through ancient rock carvings, showcasing the artistic prowess of bygone civilizations. As we reach Gilgit, a vibrant city embraced by towering peaks and breathtaking landscapes, we prepare to immerse ourselves in the local culture and relish the enchantment of this extraordinary destination. A night spent in Gilgit promises to be a delightful experience amidst nature's grandeur. Overnight Gilgit.

Day 04

Gilgit - Hunza Karimabad

Continuing our journey towards the captivating Hunza Valley, we trace the scenic Hunza River through awe-inspiring landscapes. Our initial halt is the Rakaposhi viewpoint, where Rakaposhi Peak, a towering marvel of the region, commands attention against the valley's panorama. Progressing, we arrive at Karimabad, the lively capital of Hunza Valley, nestled amid majestic mountains. Our hotel check-in precedes an immersion in the valley's tranquility. Karimabad's historical significance along the Silk Route reveals itself through architecture, traditions, and local hospitality, a legacy echoed in the charm of this enchanting valley. This day fuses the breathtaking Rakaposhi Peak vista and a Silk Route glimpse, enveloping us in the allure of Hunza Valley's serenity and heritage. Overnight Karimabad.

Day 05

Hunza Valley Sightseeing

Embark on a morning drive to Hoper Glacier, a breathtaking wonder embraced by iconic peaks like Ultar, Hunza Dome, and Rakaposhi. Karimabad, nestled against this majestic backdrop, boasts the impressive Rakaposhi Peak at 7,788 meters. Our Karimabad exploration unfolds with a visit to the Baltit Fort Museum, immersing us in Hunza's history and culture through artifacts and traditional crafts. Altit Fort also awaits, showcasing the architectural brilliance and heritage of Hunza. As day transitions to night, Karimabad's tranquil charm, surrounded by towering peaks like Ganash, invites a peaceful stay, providing an opportunity to absorb the natural splendor of Hunza Valley. Overnight Karimabad.

Day 06

Day Excursion Khunjerab Pass

Today, we embark on a thrilling excursion to Khunjerab Pass, the highest point on the Karakoram Highway at 4,734 meters. As we travel through charming villages like Gulmit, Passu, and Sost, we immerse ourselves in the cultural richness and captivating charm of these places. The awe-inspiring landscapes and breathtaking vistas unfold before our eyes, leaving us in wonder. Attabad Lake, with its sparkling blue waters, leaves a lasting impression as we witness this natural wonder. Crossing the iconic Hussaini Bridge over the mighty Hunza River adds to the adventure. We return to Karimabad, cherishing memories of Khunjerab Pass, Passu, Attabad Lake, and the Hussaini Bridge, reflecting on the profound beauty and significance of this remarkable journey. Overnight Karimabad.

Day 07

Hunza Karimabad - Besham

Leaving Karimabad, we head towards Besham, with the majestic Indus River flowing alongside us, a constant witness to the region's history. The Karakoram Highway (KKH) guides us through rugged terrain, offering breathtaking views of towering mountains, lush valleys, and challenging landscapes. The KKH, an engineering marvel, becomes our pathway to adventure, connecting us with distant lands. Amidst this untamed natural beauty, we're humbled by the sheer magnificence of the world around us. The tranquility of the surroundings envelops us, reminding us of the serenity that nature can provide. Our voyage to Besham is a chance to immerse ourselves in the grandeur of the landscape and forge a deeper connection with the raw beauty of the region. Overnight Besham.

Day 08

Besham - Swat Valley - Peshawar

The journey to Swat Valley is a captivating exploration of a region renowned for its historical significance, cultural richness, and awe-inspiring natural beauty. Often referred to as the "Switzerland of the East," Swat Valley is steeped in a glorious past, notably as a hub of the Gandhara civilization. This history is vividly preserved through its archaeological treasures and Buddhist relics, which serve as a testament to the legacy of this land. As we traverse the valley, we are greeted by the majestic, snow-capped peaks of the Hindukush Mountains, verdant meadows, and pristine streams that gracefully wind through the landscape. Swat's serene ambiance, with its blooming orchards and terraced fields, presents a stunning panorama that engages all our senses. The valley's tranquil atmosphere offers an ideal escape for rejuvenation amidst nature's splendor, immersing us in a world of enchantment. Swat's fusion of culture and nature showcases the magnificence that Pakistan has to offer, creating enduring memories of this truly remarkable journey. This enchanting valley, with its historical treasures and natural wonders, is a testament to the diverse and captivating beauty of Pakistan, inviting all to discover and savor its many delights. Overnight Peshawar.

Day 09

Peshawar sightseeing

Today's exploration takes us into the heart of Peshawar, a city brimming with cultural treasures and a rich historical tapestry. Our journey begins at the iconic Qissa Khawani Bazaar, a place steeped in history and alive with the vibrant energy of its bustling market. The bazaar's name, "Storytellers' Bazaar," harkens back to its centuries-old tradition of hosting travelers and storytellers, and we immerse ourselves in its lively ambiance and historical significance. Our next destination is the Peshawar Museum, a veritable trove of ancient artifacts that provides a fascinating window into the diverse heritage of the region. Here, we have the opportunity to witness the passage of time through a vast collection of relics, art, and archaeological findings. Our exploration of Peshawar continues as we traverse Sethi Street, where stunning architectural wonders await our admiration. We meander through local shops that proudly display traditional crafts, providing a unique shopping experience. As we embark on our return journey to Islamabad, we make a poignant stop at the majestic Takht Bhai Monastery. This ancient Buddhist site stands as a testament to the rich Buddhist history of the region, with its intricate architecture and spiritual ambiance. The drive back serves as a contemplative moment, allowing us to reflect on the cultural and historical encounters we've had throughout the day. It leaves us with a profound appreciation for Peshawar's unique heritage and vibrant culture. Peshawar, with its multicultural tapestry, ancient landmarks, and lively markets, offers a captivating glimpse into Pakistan's rich history and traditions, leaving a lasting impression on every traveler fortunate enough to explore its wonders. Overnight Peshawar.

Day 10:

Peshawar - Takht Bhai - Islamabad

As we journey back to Islamabad, our final stop at the Takht-i-Bahi Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, adds another layer of cultural and historical significance to our adventure. This ancient Buddhist complex, dating back to the 1st century AD, is a testament to the region's rich heritage. The well-preserved ruins offer a glimpse into the religious and architectural history of this area, reminding us of the deep cultural roots that have thrived here for centuries.Upon our return to Islamabad, we have the opportunity to explore the city's iconic landmarks. The Faisal Mosque, a stunning architectural marvel and one of the largest mosques in the world, stands as a symbol of Pakistan's religious and cultural diversity. The Pakistan Monument, with its striking design representing the unity of the country, is another noteworthy attraction that underscores the nation's shared identity. For a deeper insight into Pakistan's heritage, the Lok Virsa Museum is a treasure trove of traditional art, crafts, and artifacts. Exploring these landmarks and museums provides a glimpse into the diverse cultural heritage of Pakistan and leaves us with a sense of admiration and appreciation for the country's rich history and traditions. This journey not only uncovers the beauty and history of Pakistan but also fosters a deep appreciation for its cultural and architectural treasures. Overnight Islamabad.

Day 11

Islamabad - Rohtas fort - Lahore

As our journey continues towards Lahore, we are met with the awe-inspiring Rohtas Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that stands as a testament to the architectural mastery of Muslim military design in Central and South Asia. Built during the rule of Sher Shah Suri in 1548, this fort is a marvel of its time, boasting massive defensive walls, grand gateways, and intricate detailing that leaves us in utter admiration of its grandeur. What makes Rohtas Fort even more remarkable is its historical significance, as it remained unconquered throughout its existence. This remarkable feat symbolizes the fort's resilience and strength, making it a living testament to the valor of the people who built and defended it. As we arrive in Lahore, we eagerly anticipate an immersive overnight stay in the city. Lahore, with its diverse heritage and vibrant atmosphere, promises a memorable experience filled with architectural marvels, historical sites, and the warmth of its people. This city is a treasure trove of cultural wonders, and our journey here will undoubtedly leave us with lasting memories of its enchanting beauty and rich history. Overnight Lahore.

Day 12

Lahore Sightseeing

Your exploration of Lahore promises to be a captivating journey through its rich history and architectural wonders. Begin by visiting the magnificent Lahore Fort, a masterpiece of Mughal architecture that has witnessed centuries of history. While there, take in the enchanting Shish Mahal within its premises, a palace known for its exquisite mirror work and design. Next, experience the grandeur of the Badshahi Mosque, one of the world's largest historical mosques, renowned for its architectural splendor. The mosque's stunning design and historical significance make it a must-visit. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Lahore's old city, where history and culture converge. The narrow streets and bustling bazaars are a delight for those who appreciate the city's authentic charm. In the evening, embark on a journey to the Wahga Border, where you will witness an impressive ceremony between Pakistan and India. This daily event is characterized by a handshake between the two countries' border guards and a spectacular martial display. The Wahga Border ceremony is a symbol of the enduring spirit of the two nations and is a unique experience that will leave a lasting impression. Lahore's historical and cultural treasures, along with the spectacle of the Wahga Border ceremony, promise a day filled with wonder and appreciation for the city's diverse heritage and traditions. Overnight Lahore.

Day 13

Lahore Sightseeing

Your day of exploration in Lahore promises to be a journey through exquisite art and cultural treasures. Begin by visiting the Shalimar Garden, a testament to love and joy. This Persian-inspired paradise, commissioned by Emperor Shah Jahan, features tiered gardens, cascading fountains, and opulent marble pavilions. It stands as a global masterpiece of garden design, offering a glimpse into the opulence of the Mughal era. Continue your journey to the majestic Emperor Jahangir's Tomb, a marvel adorned with captivating mosaics and intricate inlays. Surrounded by tranquil symmetrical gardens, this tomb pays homage to the fourth Mughal emperor, Jahangir, and showcases the artistic brilliance of his time. Immerse yourself in the profound cultural legacy of the region at the Lahore Museum. Inside its walls, you'll marvel at rare manuscript miniatures and intricate Islamic calligraphy that unveil the rich tapestry of culture and history in the subcontinent. This day of exploration allows you to appreciate the grandeur of Mughal gardens, the artistic finesse of their tombs, and the intricate details of their cultural heritage. It's a journey that transports you back in time, providing insights into the artistic and cultural richness of Lahore and the Mughal dynasty. Overnight Lahore.

Day 14

Lahore - Multan Sightseeing

Your scenic drive to Multan is a journey to a city steeped in mysticism and history, believed to be one of the oldest surviving cities in southwest Asia. Multan's rich history is intertwined with the broader story of the subcontinent, having witnessed numerous invasions and struggles for control, from Alexander the Great to the Mughals and the British. Multan stands as a testament to spiritual and Sufi traditions, with an abundance of tombs and mausoleums of saints and Sufi mystics, earning its reputation as a captivating "City of Saints." As you explore the city, you'll encounter magnificent mausoleums that embellish Multan, showcasing the architectural grandeur of the 11th and 12th centuries. These structures are not only architectural marvels but also hold deep spiritual significance for those who visit them. In Multan, you'll have the opportunity to rest and rejuvenate while experiencing the city's unique charm and hospitality. It's a place where history, mysticism, and culture converge to create a memorable and enriching experience for travelers seeking to delve into the heritage of the subcontinent. Overnight Multan.

Day 15

Multan - Uch Sharif - Bahawalpur

Our journey towards Bahawalpur is a passage through history, leading us to a city with a princely past. En route, we make a significant stop at Uch Sharif, an ancient city with a fascinating history, believed to have been established by Alexander the Great. In the 12th to 17th centuries, Uch thrived as an Islamic center and a sanctuary for Muslim scholars. Exploring the city, we uncover its rich spiritual heritage by visiting the tombs and mausoleums of mystics and saints who left an indelible mark on this ancient city. Continuing our drive, we arrive at the majestic Derawar Fort, an impressive square structure dating back to the 9th century. Here, we immerse ourselves in the grandeur of the fort and visit the captivating Tomb of Nawabs and the Shahi Mosque, both of which reflect the architectural and historical significance of the region. Finally, we reach Hotel One Bahawalpur, where we can rest and unwind, taking in the essence of this historic city. Bahawalpur's legacy as a princely state and its rich cultural tapestry await our exploration, promising a journey filled with history, architecture, and the warm hospitality of its people. Overnight Bahawalpur.

Day 16

Bahawalpur - Sukkur

Our day of exploration in Bahawalpur begins with a visit to the magnificent Noor Mahal, an elegant Italian-style palace known for its unique architecture and beautiful surroundings. As we stroll through the well-manicured lawns and driveways, we can't help but marvel at its grandeur. This palace is a living testament to the opulence of Bahawalpur's royal history. We then dive into the history of Bahawalpur by exploring the old city. A significant landmark we visit is the Al-Sadiq Mosque, built by Nawab Sadiq Khan Abbasi. The mosque's architecture and cultural significance make it a noteworthy stop on our journey. Continuing our drive to Sukkur, we make an intriguing stop en route to visit the Seven Sisters' Tombs in Rohri, also known as Sateen Jo Aastan. These tombs are believed to be the resting place of seven female friends who practiced the tradition of purdah. Their story is a captivating glimpse into the lives of remarkable women whose tales are etched in history. This day of exploration offers a blend of architectural marvels, cultural landmarks, and intriguing historical narratives, providing a deeper understanding of the heritage and traditions of the region. Overnight Sukkur.

Day 17

Sukkur - Mohenjo-Daro - Larkana

Our journey leads us to Larkana, a city rich in historical treasures. We begin our exploration with a visit to the magnificent Kot Diji Fort, an emblematic structure constructed by the Talpurs in the late 18th century. This massive fort, situated atop a hill, offers panoramic views of the town of Kot Diji in Khairpur. Its impressive architecture and strategic location make it a testament to the region's history. Continuing our exploration, we drive to the iconic site of Mohenjo-Daro, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. This archaeological wonder reveals the grandeur of an ancient city that thrived over 4,000 years ago. The excavations have unveiled the city's architectural marvels, including mud-brick and baked-brick buildings, an advanced drainage system, and an impressive citadel mound with burnt brick towers. Immerse yourself in the rich history and the mysteries of this ancient civilization that once flourished along the banks of the Indus River. Exploring Kot Diji Fort and Mohenjo-Daro is a journey into the architectural and historical marvels of Sindh, offering a glimpse into the advanced civilization that once graced this region. It's a day filled with wonder and admiration for the enduring legacy of this ancient city. Overnight Larkana.

Day 18

Excursion Manchar Lake - Sehwan Sharif

Our journey takes us to Garhi Khuda Bakhsh, a place of immense historical and cultural importance. Founded by Khuda Bakhsh Khan Bhutto, this location serves as the final resting place for the Bhutto family and holds significant historical significance. It is here that renowned figures like Zulfiqar, Murtaza, and Benazir Bhutto find their eternal rest. The mausoleum that stands in this serene place serves as a tribute to their legacy and contributions to Pakistan's history. Continuing our expedition, we drive to Lake Manchar, the largest natural freshwater lake in Pakistan and one of South Asia's largest. Situated west of the Indus River, this majestic lake collects water from various small streams in the Kirthar Mountains before merging with the Indus River. Its vast expanse and tranquil beauty make it a remarkable natural wonder to behold. We conclude the day with an overnight stay in Sehwan, a city with its own unique charms and historical significance, as we prepare to explore more of the region's wonders. This journey is a blend of cultural heritage, natural beauty, and historical landmarks, offering a well-rounded experience of the region's rich tapestry. Overnight Sehwan Sharif.

Day 19

Sehwan Sharif - Hyderabad

Our day commences with a visit to the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar, a revered saint whose mausoleum draws a multitude of devoted followers. The vibrant atmosphere surrounding the shrine is filled with people from diverse backgrounds, all paying their respects to the saint. This spiritual gathering is a testament to the unifying power of Sufi traditions, bringing people together in devotion and harmony. Continuing our journey, we drive to Bhit Shah, where we encounter another architectural gem the shrine of Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai, a beloved Sufi saint, poet, and musician. This shrine holds immense cultural and spiritual significance, drawing visitors from near and far. Here, we immerse ourselves in the rich heritage and mystical ambiance of this sacred site, reflecting on the profound influence of Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai's teachings and artistry. As the day comes to a close, we find comfort at Hotel Indus in Hyderabad, where we can reflect on the profound experiences of the day. This journey has allowed us to explore the spiritual and cultural treasures of Sindh, and we carry with us a deeper understanding of the region's traditions and the enduring legacy of its saints and poets. Overnight Hyderabad.

Day 20

Hyderabad - Thatta - Karachi

Our journey takes us to the Chaukundi Necropolis, a captivating site adorned with intricately carved sandstone tombs that offer a window into the artistic heritage of the region. Each tomb tells its own story through the intricate carvings and designs. Our next stop is the remarkable Makli Necropolis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its stunning array of tombs and mausoleums spanning centuries. Here, we marvel at the architectural wonders and the rich history preserved within these sacred grounds. The Makli Necropolis is a testament to the enduring cultural and historical legacy of the region. Continuing our exploration, we visit the majestic Thatta Mosque, a masterpiece commissioned by Emperor Shah Jahan. This well-preserved mosque showcases exquisite blue glazed tile work, reflecting the artistic brilliance of its time. It stands as a symbol of the rich Mughal heritage in the region. As the day comes to a close, we find rest and relaxation at Hotel Mehran in Karachi. Here, we have the opportunity to reflect on the cultural and historical treasures we have encountered throughout our journey. This day has been a fascinating exploration of the region's artistic and architectural heritage, providing insights into its rich history and traditions. Overnight Karachi.

Day 21

Karachi Sightseeing - Departure

Our day in Karachi is a rich tapestry of cultural exploration and vibrant experiences. We embark on a panoramic tour that captures the city's vibrancy, starting with a visit to the magnificent Mausoleum of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, a fitting tribute to Pakistan's founder. The architectural marvel of the Masjid-i Toba Mosque and the bustling Empress Market offer unique insights into the city's cultural fabric. Our journey continues with stops at the Mohatta Palace and the National Museum, where we delve into Pakistan's rich heritage, from art and culture to history and archaeology. The lively ambiance of Bohri Bazaar echoes the vibrant atmosphere of iconic covered markets worldwide, allowing us to immerse ourselves in the local culture. At Clifton Beach, we savor the coastal beauty and the charming presence of camels, adding a touch of nature and relaxation to our cultural exploration. As our adventure concludes, we head to Karachi airport, carrying with us cherished memories of our journey through the cultural and historical treasures of Karachi. This day has offered a holistic view of the city's vibrant spirit and diverse heritage.

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