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Trip to Pakistan

Duration : 11 Days
Destinations Covered : Karachi, Hyderabad, Sehwan, Larkana, Moenjodaro, Sukkur, Bahawalpur, Multan, Harappa, Lahore
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Day 1
Welcome at Karachi airport. You will be recieved by our representatives and transferred to hotel. After taking rest and having lunch, you would be taken to a handicraft gallery and then a Punjabi hotel for dinner.

Day 2
Depart for the historical town of Hyderabad via Thatta, also closely associated with history. Alexander the Great used Thatta port to rest his tired soldiers. Some excellent architecture of Mughal period can be seen here. Move forward on your drive to Hyderabad.

Day 3
Full day expedition to Bhit Shah & Hala. Bhit Shah is known for the shrine of Shah Abdul Latif, a famous Sufi poet of Indian sub-continent during 18th century. It is centre of devotional activities. In its neighborhood is Hala, most well-known handicraft centre of Sindh.

Day 4
We move on to Larkana. En route we visit Sehwan where the shrine of great Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalandar, a renowned sufi saint of medieval era is located. Folk music and colorful dress are the attractions of Sehwan. We go to Larkana then.
Day 5
Visit to Moenjodaro. It is the archaeological site of the Indus Civilisation. This civilisation flourished here around 5000 years ago. The civilisation was aware of almost every aspect of town planning. The museum here displays number of priceless relics.

Day 6
Expedition to Kot Diji, famous for an early 19th century fort built by the former rulers of Sindh. We would also visit a pre-historic site. A sightseeing tour of Sukkur would also be undertaken. Various historic monuments would also be visited.

Day 7
Visit Bhong which is known a modern mosque. It has been awarded the Aga Khan Award for architecture. Gold leaf, onyx and mirror work has been used extravagantly in in the making of this mosque.

Day 8
Next stop is Multan, a historic city famous as the city of saints. Visit Old Ford which hosts attractions such as Shah Shams Tabriz and Shah Rukn-e-Alam. Sprawling city can be viewed from Damdama, the topmost point in the fort.

Day 9
Visit to Harappa, an important site of Indus Valley Civilisation. The site conjurres up images of centuries ago. We would visit the museum in Harappa in detail.

Day 10
We visit Lahore, the cultural hub of Pakistan. The historic fort is the foremost attraction of the city. The fort holds attractions like Shish Mahal. Nearby is the Badshahi mosque. In close vicinity is the tomb of Iqbal, the famous poet and philosopher and the sites related to Maharaja Ranjit Singh and Guru Arjun Dev. We would also take you to Shalimar Gardens, laid out during the rule of Shah Jahan, the famous Mughal emperor. Lahore museum and Emperor Jehangir's mausoleum too would be visited.

Day 11
You would be taken to airport for departure flights.
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