Indus, Gandhara & Mughal Tour  

Sukkur Barrage

Mohenjodaro Derawar Fort Harappa Museum   Lahore Fort   



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Arrive at Islamabad airport, meet & transfer to hotel


Islamabad –Taxila –

Fly to Sukkur

Morning drive to Taxila. Taxila is 35km & 45 minutes drive from Islamabad. Taxila is the archaeological site of Gandhara Buddhist civilization dating from 500 BC to 500 AD. Arrive and proceed for sightseeing to Taxila Museum and eight sites scattered around a very short radius. Amongst the best preserved are Sirkap, Jaulian (the University) and Mohra Moradu. Lunch at Taxila. Lunch at local restaurant.  

After lunch drive to Islamabad.  

Transfer to airport for Sukkur flight. Visit Sukkur Bazar and Indus River to see Mohanas people. Dinner & overnight at hotel.



Full day Mohenjodaro Excursion

Mohenjodaro is about 130km, 2 and half hours drive from Sukkur. It was one of the largest cities of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, which developed around 3000 BCE from the prehistoric Indus culture. Hot Lunch will be served at local restaurant. After lunch visit Mohenjodaro Museum, drive back to Sukkur.  

Arrive and transfer to hotel for dinner and overnight.



Sukkur - Bahawalpur

Drive to Bahawalpur, is situated 90 km from Multan. The city is known for its famous palaces such as the Noor Mahal, Sadiq Ghar Palace, and Darbar Mahal. Enroute visit Uch (Bibi Jawindi Monument which is an insignificant town today but during the 13th century it was an important center for religious, cultural and literary pursuits and attracted scholars, saints Poets and Pirs from several parts of Asia. Derawar Fort is a large square fortress in Pakistan near Bahawalpur. The Fort was built by Hindu Rajput Royal Family of Jaisalmer until captured and completely rebuilt by the Nawabs of Bahawalpur in 1733. Later Nawab Mubarak Khan took the stronghold back in 1804. The fort is more impressive from outside than in. Hot lunch will be served in local restaurant.  

Upon arrival at Bahawalpur transfer to hotel for dinner and overnight.



Bahawalpur- Lahore



After breakfast drive to Lahore via Multan, Harappa. Multan. It’s about 95 km from Bahawalpur, about one and half hours drive. Visit Shah Rukne Alam tomb and Tomb of Bahudin Zakria. After site visit continue drive to Harappa. The Harappan society seems to have been egalitarian, pursuing a rather simple way of life. It is located on an earlier course of the River Ravi. After site visit continue drive to Lahore.

Arrive and transfer to hotel for dinner and overnight.



Full day Lahore city tour

Today proceed for full day city tour of Lahore including Badshahi mosque, Lahore fort and Lahore Museum. After Lunch we will visit   Shalimar garden, Wagha border ceremony and Anarkali Bazaar.


Return to hotel for dinner and overnight.



Lahore to Islamabad via Rohtas Fort

Drive to Islamabad via Rohtas Fort, about 200Km from Lahore and about 04 hours one way drive. About 10 km from Deena, The great Fort is one of the most imposing historical monuments, which represents the Pathan period of architecture style in Pakistan. The Fort is the symbol of strength and determination of its builder Sher Shah Suri who ruled over India only for six years, 1540-45 A.D. Hot Lunch will be served at local restaurant.  

After lunch, drive to Islamabad.  

Arrive and transfer to hotel for dinner & overnight.




Full day Islamabad/Rawalpindi sightseeing, including Faisal Mosque, the largest mosque in South Asia and the fourth largest mosque in the world, Shakar Parian, "Sweet Hills" to catch a bird's eye view of Islamabad. It is the capital of Pakistan and the ninth largest city in the country. We will visit Pakistan Monument and Museum at Shakar Parian, Rawal Lake also. We will drive at Murree Road which serves as the main artery connecting the two cities. In Rawalpindi, the famous places to look; Raja (King) Bazaar, Silver and Gold bazaars will allow us to catch traditional craftsmen at work.  

Transfer to airport for onward flight.



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