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Bahawalpur & Multan

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June 23, 2024

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    06 Days / 05 Nights
    Availability : December - April
    Islamabad
    Bahawalpur/Multan
    Tour Details
    This winter, take a trip to Southern Punjab and witness the heritage and rich culture of the people. Experience the "City of Nawabs" aka Bahawalpur and "City of Saints" aka Multan and retouch on your history lesson.

    Price Includes

    • Hotel Accommodation on twin sharing basis
    • Daily Breakfast
    • Private Transportation as per itinerary
    • Driver service charges

    Price Excludes

    • Guide Service Fee
    • Any Private Expenses
    • Room Service Fees
    Itinerary

    Day 1Bahawalpur

    Drive towards “City of Nawabs”-Bahawalpur. In the evening arrive at Bahawalpur and transfer to the hotel.
    Overnight stay in Bahawalpur Hotel.

    Day 2Bahawalpur Sightseeing Tour

    After breakfast at the hotel. Visit Noor Mahal, Bahawalpur library and museum. In the evening visit Lal Suhanra National park. Overnight stay in Bahawalpur.

    Day 3Derawar Fort

    Breakfast is followed by full day tour of Derawar Fort via Chanan Pir. Visit Abbasi mosque. Walk in the desert & enjoy a camel ride if you’re up for it! Return back to Bahawalpur.
    Overnight stay in Bahawalpur.

    Day 4Enroute Multan

    Breakfast at the hotel. Drive to Multan. Visit the famous Ibn e Qasim Garden. Qasim Garden also offers the opportunity to witness the relics of old Qasim Fort. Next in Line is Alexander Vans Agnew Memorial build by British government in a vengeance of his killing in the Qasim Fort. A few steps up north, is the tomb of Shah Rukn e Alam, a famous saint of the medieval era who belonged to the Suharwardia order of Sufi Islam. The vast tomb which is built with red tiles is a masterpiece of medieval architecture. Flocks of pigeons present in the yard of shrine also add to the mystique of the place and make it resemble Trafalgar Square, London. The Shrine of Bahaudin Zakriya, who is a notable saint of Suharwardia order, is also situated at the same place. This tomb is also a significant architectural site and one of the best mystic places in the world.
    Overnight stay in hotel in Multan.

    Day 5Multan Sightseeing

    Breakfast at the hotel. Visit the shrine of Shah Yusuf Gardezi, the person who restored the city upon his arrival in 1088, is about a mile to the southwest. You will easily spot it thanks to its beautiful blue and white tiles which are still in great condition.
    In afternoon, visitors really must visit the streets of Old Multan, starting from the iconic Dehli Gate. Old houses, seminaries and graveyards are present in this part of the city. The bazaars that offer handcrafted souvenirs, embroidered clothes and beautiful pottery items are also worth a visit. Tourists should also consider eating traditional Multani Sohn Halwa, which is a unique dessert. Also visit the Chaman Zar Askari Lake. Boating in the lake in the evening and walking in the adjoining park offers a mind-refreshing experience to the visitors. On the bank of the boat, there are restaurants and food stalls that provide a mixture of Eastern and Western cuisine. After visiting all the significant places in the city, dining on the bank of the lake is a perfect treat.
    Overnight stay in Multan.

    Day 6Departure

    Breakfast at the hotel. Later transfer to the airport for flight back home or return back to Islamabad.

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