Sikh Pilgrim Tour
Sikh tourism in Pakistan is a profound and enriching experience that allows Sikhs from around the world to reconnect with their religious heritage and explore the deep historical and cultural significance of these sacred sites. Pakistan holds a special place in Sikh history and devotion, and these Gurdwaras are testament to the enduring spiritual legacy of Sikhism. Gurdwara Janam Asthan, Nankana Sahib: As the birthplace of Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, this Gurdwara holds immense spiritual importance. It is a place of pilgrimage for Sikhs and is visited by devotees seeking blessings and a deeper connection with their faith. Gurdwara Panja Sahib, Hasan Abdal: This Gurdwara is renowned for the sacred rock that bears the imprint of Guru Nanak's hand. The handprint is a powerful reminder of Guru Nanak's presence and is considered highly auspicious by Sikh pilgrims.
Kartarpur Corridor and Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, Kartarpur: The Kartarpur Corridor has opened unprecedented access to Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, where Guru Nanak Dev spent his final years. This has been a long-awaited and cherished opportunity for Sikhs to visit a place of immense spiritual significance.
Gurdwara Sacha Sauda, Farooqabad: This Gurdwara commemorates the miracle performed by Guru Nanak Dev. It is a site that deepens the spiritual connection for Sikh pilgrims, and the story of the miracle continues to inspire and uplift devotees. Gurdwara Dera Sahib, Lahore: This Gurdwara is a poignant reminder of the martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev, the fifth Guru of Sikhism. It symbolizes interfaith harmony and serves as a testament to the rich tapestry of religious history in the region.
These sanctified sites offer spiritual solace and serve as a bridge for fostering cross-cultural understanding and harmony. They embody Pakistan's commitment to preserving and maintaining Sikh heritage and promoting unity among diverse communities. The accessibility and upkeep of these gurdwaras reflect Pakistan's dedication to facilitating religious tourism and strengthening bonds of peace and respect among different faiths.
|Age: 05- 90 Years
|Best Time: Any
|Cost: 950 Euro /person
- Accommodation in 3-4 star hotels with breakfast
- Air-conditioned transportation
- English-speaking guide
- Sightseeing tickets
- Local lunch
- Pick-up and drop-off services
- Tips for driver and guide
- Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
Cost (More than one person)
- for 2 persons: 650 Euro per person
- for 3 persons: 600 Euro per person
- for 4 persons: 550 Euro per person
- for 5 persons: 500 Euro per person
- for 6 persons: 500 Euro per person
- for 8 persons: 450 Euro per person
- for 10 persons: 400 Euro per person
Prices for more than 10 persons are available on request.
Arrival - Lahore Sightseeing
We warmly welcome our guests at the iconic Wahga Border, where they are about to witness the awe-inspiring flag-lowering ceremony that symbolizes the daily border closing between India and Pakistan. This incredible display of patriotism and coordination is a must-see experience for anyone visiting the area. Our day in Lahore begins with a visit to the magnificent Lahore Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within the fort's walls, we explore its palaces, mosques, and halls, marveling at the intricate Mughal and Sikh architecture that narrates the story of the city's rich history. Continuing our tour, we visit the Samadhi of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, a beautiful monument dedicated to the celebrated Sikh ruler. The site commemorates his life and accomplishments. We also pay our respects at the Martyrdom Place of Guru Arjan Dev, a sacred location for Sikhs that holds significant historical importance. Our religious journey takes us to Sheed Gunj Gurdwara and Chuna Mandi Gurdwara, where we immerse ourselves in the spirituality and the historical significance of these revered Sikh shrines. This experience allows us to appreciate the cultural and religious diversity of Lahore while exploring its architectural treasures and paying tribute to influential figures from Sikh history. Overnight Lahore.
Lahore - Gujranwala
Your full-day yatra embarks on a spiritually enriching journey with a visit to Nankana Sahib, the revered birthplace of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism. You'll immerse yourself in the divine atmosphere of Gurdwara Janam Asthan, the very place where Guru Nanak Dev Ji was born. The journey continues with explorations of other significant gurdwaras in the vicinity, including Gurdwara Patti Sahib and Gurdwara Bal Leela Sahib, all holding profound historical and spiritual significance for Sikhs. Paying your respects and seeking blessings at these holy sites, you will connect with the spiritual essence of Sikhism and the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The next stop at Sacha Sauda, where Guru Nanak Dev Ji performed a miracle, adds another layer of significance to your journey. At Gurdwara Sacha Sauda, you'll engage in prayer, contemplation, and religious rituals, deepening your connection with the divine and seeking spiritual enlightenment. This yatra offers a profound opportunity to deepen your understanding of Guru Nanak Dev Ji's life and teachings, as well as the enduring significance of these sacred sites in Sikhism. It's a journey of spiritual awakening and historical appreciation that will leave a lasting impact. Overnight Lahore.
Lahore - Nankana Sahib - Sacha Sauda
Your day of exploration and spirituality promises to be a deeply enriching and culturally immersive experience. It will highlight the historical and religious significance of the sites you'll visit. At Chaki Sahab, Gujranwala, a revered Sikh Gurdwara, you'll immerse yourself in the spiritual ambiance, learn about its history, and participate in prayers and rituals, deepening your understanding of Sikh religious practices. Your next stop at Rohri Sahab Gurdwara, another significant religious site, allows you to experience the profound sense of devotion and spirituality, providing insights into the heritage and history of the Sikh community in the region. You'll also explore the Fakir Khana Museum to gain a broader understanding of the area's cultural heritage. The museum houses a vast collection of art, artifacts, and historical objects, offering a fascinating glimpse into the rich traditions and customs of the region, where history comes to life. Your day concludes with a visit to the Hazrat Mian Mir Shrine, dedicated to the revered Sufi saint who played a pivotal role in fostering religious harmony between Sikhs and Muslims. This visit serves as a testament to the interfaith and intercultural connections in the region, highlighting the profound bonds of respect and unity that transcend religious boundaries. Overall, your journey will deepen your connection with both Sikh and Sufi traditions, offering you a greater appreciation for the historical and cultural significance of these sites and their role in fostering interfaith harmony. Overnight Lahore.
Lahore - Kartarpur Sahib
Your full-day holy pilgrimage embarks from Lahore on a journey of profound spiritual significance to Kartarpur Sahib, the sacred place where Guru Nanak Dev Ji spent the final years of his life. As you arrive in Kartarpur, the grandeur of Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, the main shrine and Guru Nanak Dev Ji's final resting place, welcomes you. The tranquil and deeply spiritual atmosphere surrounds you, allowing for heartfelt prayers, participation in kirtan (devotional singing), and seeking blessings from the revered Guru. This pilgrimage is a gateway to a deep connection with the teachings and legacy of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. It offers a transformative experience, where you are enveloped in spirituality and devotion. Kartarpur Sahib leaves you with a profound sense of peace, gratitude, and a heightened understanding of Sikhism's fundamental principles and values. The journey not only strengthens your connection to the divine but also imprints an indelible mark on your soul, enriching your spiritual journey. It is a pilgrimage that touches the heart and nourishes the soul. Overnight Lahore.
Lahore – Hassan Abdal - Islamabad
Your journey from Lahore to Panja Sahib Gurdwara is one filled with anticipation as you approach this sacred site believed to bear the handprint of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Here, you pay your respects and engage in prayer, immersing yourselves in the deeply spiritual atmosphere surrounding the gurdwara. Your pilgrimage continues as you visit the Wali Kandhari Shrine in Hasan Abdal, a place where Guru Nanak Dev Ji is said to have interacted with a local Sufi saint. This shrine holds special significance for both Sikhs and Muslims, symbolizing a shared reverence for these spiritual figures. As the day draws to a close, you arrive in Islamabad, where you find solace and take time to reflect upon the profound experiences of your pilgrimage. Grateful for the opportunity to deepen your connection to the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and the shared spirituality that transcends different faiths, you carry these meaningful memories with you. This journey serves as a bridge between traditions, fostering understanding and unity among diverse communities. Overnight Islamabad
Islamabad - Lahore
As you make your way back to Lahore, the journey is filled with contemplation and reflection on the profound experiences shared during the pilgrimage. The scenic landscapes along the route serve as a reminder of the natural beauty that envelops these sacred sites. Once you arrive in Lahore, you escort your guests to the airport, bidding them a warm farewell. You express your gratitude for the opportunity to be part of their journey, hoping that their time in Pakistan has been meaningful and transformative. You cherish the memories created together and eagerly await the chance to welcome them back to your country, knowing that their future visits will be filled with more exploration, cultural immersion, and spiritual awakening. This journey has strengthened bonds and opened doors to deeper understanding and appreciation of diverse traditions and shared spirituality.