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Lahore, Peshawar, Swat Tour

High Light: Lahore is the second biggest city of Pakistan and one of the oldest cities of the world. It Is famous Because of his oldest buildings, gardens and Bazaar. Islamabad/Rawalpindi the twin city with Islamabad being the Capital of Pakistan. Rawalpindi is the older part of city and.It consists of Old Bazaar, Old Building and a Whole sale Market. Islamabad is the new part of the city and it consists of gardens, Governments Ministries, Diplomatic Missions, Parliament, President and Prime Minister House and Modern Architecture. The history of Multan Prior to the arrival of Arabs in the 8A.D is obscure. Alexander is Said to passed through the district in about 325-326B.C. It is Probable that Multan the City of Malli which Alexander stormed and where he was wounded .Multan is famous for Its Handicraft and Shrines

Traveling Distance: 1815 Km (Approximately)

Transport: Air Conditioned Bus, Van

Best Time: All Season

Day01: Arrival at Lahore  airport transfer to hotel, afternoon sightseen Lahore.

Day02: After Breakfast visit: (1) Badshahi Mosque Built by Emperor Aurngezeb in 1674. The courtyard measured 161.55 x 161.60m, the largest Mosque courtyard in the world. 4 minarets stand at four corners of the Mosque souring up to 54m. (2) Lahore Fort built by Emperor Akbar in 1566. It includes Jehangir’s Quadrangle, Dewan-e-Khas, Moti Masjid and Sleeping

Chambers build by Shah Jehan. The famous Sheesh Mahal is the North West Corner of the  Drive to Pakistan/India Wahga Border for the Thrilling Flag Ceremony. Drive back to hotel.

Day03: Drive to Islamabad En Route Visit Rohtas Fort. Built by the great Afghan Ruler Sher Shah Suri between 1540 to 1547.

Day04: Sightseen Islamabad/Rawalpindi Includes, Shah Faisal Mosque, Bird eye view of Islamabad from DamneKoh and old bazaar of Rawalpndi.

Day05: Drive to Peshawar enroute visit Taxila museum.

Day06: visit Kissa Khwani Bazaar (Story Teller Bazaar). Here in the bygone days travelers were regaled with stories by professional story tellers in the evening. As in most Eastern Bazaar, the shops of eatables predominate. Color fruit shops display the glorious harvest of Peshawar’s unrivalled bread and widely celebrated “Kababs” and “Tikkas” sizzling on red hot charcoals in the many way side cafes. Also visit Mahabat Mosque. This mosque built by Mohabat Khan himself in 1670, when he was the governor of Peshawar under the Mughal emperor Shah Jehan, is an example of a superb Mughal Architecture, overnight in hotel.

Day07: Half day excursion to Khyber Pass. Khyber Pass is situated in Sulaiman Hills, which from the western barriers of Pakistan. The Khyber Pass has been a silent witness of countless events. The march of the Aryans, The Persian Hordes, Alexander Armies, Changez Khan, The White Huns, The Scythians, The Parthins, The Mughals, The Afghans and all the conquerors who crossed this historic pass, Afternoon visit Peshawar Museum, overnight in hotel.

Day08: Drive to Swat (150Km). En route visit Takht-E-Bahi situated a top 160meters high hill are the remains of Buddhist Monatery, about 80km from Peshawar. Takht-E-Bahi has been declared as the world heritage side by UNESCO. After continue drive to Swat, overnight on hotel.

Day09: Sightseeingin Swat includes Swat Museum, Buddh Cara and Swat Bazaar, overnight in hotel.

Day10: Drive to Islamabad (249Km), overnight in hotel.

Day11: Transfer to Islamabad Airport for fly back to Destination.

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