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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. 


Islamabad Private Tour

islamabadNestled amidst the Margalla Hills, Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, stands as a testament to the harmonious fusion of modern urban planning and natural beauty. Its skyline is graced by the presence of the iconic Faisal Mosque, an architectural marvel, set against the breathtaking backdrop of the Margalla Hills. The Pakistan Monument, another symbol of national unity, is surrounded by lush gardens and tranquil pools, adding to the city's serenity. The Lok Virsa Museum takes visitors on a captivating cultural journey, showcasing traditional arts, crafts, music, and folklore that weave together the vibrant tapestry of Pakistan's diversity. Rawal Lake, a peaceful oasis on the city's outskirts, beckons with opportunities for leisure and boating, all amid stunning natural vistas.

For those seeking a blend of shopping, entertainment, and panoramic views, Centaurs Mall is a must-visit, featuring an observation deck that provides a breathtaking cityscape. The well-tended Daman-e-Koh and Shakarparian Park offer lush green retreats with magnificent views of the city. Islamabad, a city where contemporary architecture, cultural treasures, and natural wonders coexist in harmony, reflects Pakistan's rich heritage and forward progress.

Days: 2Age: 01- 90 YearsBest Time: AnyCost: 180 Euro /person
Included:
  • Air-conditioned transportation
  • English-speaking guide
  • Sightseeing tickets
  • Pick-up and drop-off services
Not Included:
  • Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
Cost (More than one person)
  • for 2 persons:  100 Euro per person
  • for 3 persons:   90 Euro per person
  • for 4 persons:   80 Euro per person
  • for 5 persons:   75 Euro per person
  • for 6 persons:   70 Euro per person
  • for 8 persons:   60 Euro per person
  • for 10 persons:  50 Euro per person

Prices for more than 10 persons are available on request.

Day 01

Start an exciting city tour of Islamabad, a journey that starts with a visit to the iconic Faisal Mosque. As you stand in its shadow, you'll be captivated by its architectural grandeur and its role as a symbol of Pakistan's Islamic heritage. To delve into the vibrant culture and traditions of Pakistan, your next destination is the Lok Virsa Museum. Here, you can explore a rich collection of folk art, crafts, and cultural exhibits that beautifully represent the nation's diverse heritage. The tour continues to the magnificent Pakistan Monument, a striking symbol of national pride and unity, beautifully nestled in landscaped gardens. To travel back in time, your next stop is the Golra Sharif Railway Station, a historic site showcasing colonial-era railway heritage with its well-preserved architecture and vintage locomotives. The journey culminates at Daman-e-Koh, a scenic viewpoint ensconced in the Margalla Hills, offering breathtaking panoramic views of Islamabad's skyline and the lush natural surroundings. Throughout the tour, your knowledgeable guides will provide fascinating insights into the significance of each landmark, allowing you to appreciate the cultural, historical, and natural treasures of Islamabad. Don't forget your camera; this city tour is a treasure trove of memorable photographs capturing the beauty and essence of these remarkable sites, leaving you with lasting memories of Islamabad's heritage, culture, and landscapes. As the day comes to a close, you'll return to your starting point with a deeper appreciation for the rich tapestry of Islamabad's heritage and the diverse cultural and natural wonders that it holds.

Day 02

Our day commences with a visit to the Taxila Museum, a treasure trove of artifacts from the ancient Gandhara civilization. Here, relics and sculptures narrate the rich history of the region, providing a glimpse into the artistic and cultural achievements of the past. Moving forward, we embark on an exploration of Taxila's archaeological sites. The Julian Monastery, with its ancient ruins, reflects the spiritual and architectural prowess of its time. Sirkap, an ancient city, unfolds its urban planning and structural marvels, offering insights into the lives of its inhabitants. The Dharmarajika Stupa stands as a testament to the Buddhist heritage of Taxila, showcasing intricate carvings and spiritual significance. As the day progresses, we transition to the vibrant Raja Bazaar in Rawalpindi. The market's bustling energy and diverse offerings create a sensory overload. From colorful fabrics and spices to the aroma of street food, the bazaar encapsulates the essence of local life. Navigating through the narrow lanes, we encounter the pulse of the city, witnessing the convergence of tradition and modernity. The lively atmosphere provides a unique contrast to the ancient serenity of Taxila. In this holistic exploration, we traverse through time unearthing ancient relics that whisper stories of the past and experiencing the vibrant rhythm of contemporary life. The juxtaposition of archaeological wonders and the lively market creates a narrative that bridges history and the present, offering a nuanced understanding of Taxila's legacy and the dynamic spirit of Rawalpindi.

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