|Ancient Pakistan Tour
Starting from the bustling city of Karachi in the south, this epic journey ends in the heart of Pakistan – the federal capital, Islamabad. Taking into course most of the landmarks this tour covers ancient monuments boasting rise and fall of civilizations, alluring architecture, fascinating cultures, and a diverse landscape.
This two week program is crafted to illustrate much of the history experienced on this land for several millennia. Start with world heritage sites of Chaukhandi and Makli Before you reach Mohenjo-Daro (mound of the dead) where you will be witnessing the ruins of a highly civilized society lived sophisticatedly some 3000 years ago. The construction design was such that even with modern day amenities most cities still lag behind in today’s world.
Likewise, when you proceed to Bahawalpur, you will be fascinated with magnificent palaces even boasting today; many years after they were erected by local Nawabs. Derawar Fort and Nur Mahal are vivid examples. Similarly ancient shrines in Multan and Uch, although partially ruined, artfully adorned as the beauty can still be fantasized by the rich colors and calligraphy inscribed within. The Mughal architecture still speaks for itself with imposing and artful edifices. The lavishing lifestyle of Mughal emperors with big ideas is translated in the facilities still alive today. The afternoon visit to Wagha border in Lahore is an episode of expression of patriotism during the flag down ceremony. The journey continues on to the robust bastion walled Rohtas Fort built by Sher Shah Suri who stood against the Mughal Empire of his time. Your final destination on this historic journey will be Taxila where you will enjoy seeing relics in the museum and visiting the surrounding ancient settlements including Mohra Moradu, Sirkap, Julian, and Dharmarajika Stupa. There is a lot more to explore.
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