Punjab is the richest in culture and heritage out of the four provinces in Pakistan. Punjab, its name meaning “Land of five rivers”, and the house of the granary, is the most fertile and heavily populated province of Pakistan. Geographically, It is land of contrasts from the sands of the Cholistan desert the vast green fertile, from the strange landscape of Pothohar plateau and salt range to the pine covered foothills of Himalaya, Punjab has the honour of having the most organized irrigation system in the country. Here are grown most of Pakistan’s wheat, rice, cotton barley maize pulses oil seed sugarcane, and tobacco. Punjab truly is the land, which is enduringly antiquated and progressively modern, They are the proud custodians of the centuries-old Harappa Civilization, the grandeur of the Mughal Empire, and a culture that even time could not work away.
Lahore is a cultural and academic Centre of the country with an abundance of historical monuments, exhibiting elegance and architectural magnificence, Most people coming to Lahore and others who reside in Lahore are well aware of the monuments like Lahore Fort, Badshahi Mosque, Shalimar garden, Lahore museum etc, It is, however, a dismal reality that many of Lahore’s historical assets dating from the Mughal period or even before are not well known or well preserved. These treasures of history are hidden in unknown corners of the City.
Arrival at Lahore, transfer to hotel for some rest, The capital Province of Punjab ,and the second largest City also known as Gardens of Mughals)City Tour of Lahore. In just one corner of the Lahore is the heterogeneous example of Mughals, Sikh, Colonial and contemporary architecture. The historic Lahore Fort, built in 11th Century A.D., is the only place where one can see different phases of Mughal architecture, as a long line of rulers made additions. we also visit Shalimar Gardens and the mausoleums of Jahangir and Noor Jahan eras.
Another interesting complex of nearby buildings are the Samadh of Maharaja Ranjit Sing and Guru Arjun Dave, both solid gold tombs dating back to the Sikh era. evening dinner at Local restaurant, back to hotel for overnight.
After breakfast in hotel,we drive to Wagaha Border to watch Flags Ceremony at Wagah border,is a daily military practice that the security forces of India(Border Security Force)and Pakistan Rangers.have jointly followed since 1959.back to Lahore city,Visit Dada Darbar,and Lahore Museum,we also visit Wazir Khan Mosque, Anarkali Bazaar.evening back to hotel for overnight.
Breakfast in hotel at Lahore, proceed to Islamabad. en-route visit Khewra Salt Mines, The 2nd largest salt Mines in the world and which were discovered long way back in 326B.C. When Alexander the Great had a battle with Raja Poras on the bank of river Jhelum .lunch in Khewra, further drive to Islamabad afternoon Visit old bazaar of Rawalpindi, dinner and overnight in hotel.
After breakfast, drive to Taxila, Visit the city see the Buda Stature, temples, Taxila Museum and after all this visit drive back to Islamabad, Visit Shakarparian hills and take lunch with good view to City. See at this hill visit Pakistan Monument, the garden in which Pakistani and allied countries politicians erected trees .Rawal Lake and many fountains ,After the visit return to Islamabad City centre visit Faisal Mosque, evening back to hotel for overnight.
After breakfast, we drive to Murree, almost 63 KM northeast of Islamabad and Rawalpindi via Murree road. Murree was the summer capital of Punjab Province of British India until 1864. It is located on the southern slopes of the western Himalayas foothills as they ascend northeastwards at an altitude of 2,291m.overnight in hotel
After breakfast, visit Murree bazaar, lunch in Murree, proceed to Islamabad, afternoon free for shopping, overnight in hotel.
After breakfast drive to Lahore,4-5 hrs, afternoon free for shopping evening transfer to the Airport, end of services.