begin at Lahore, the Mughal city of Pakistan, by exploring some
of the finest examples of Mughal architecture in this country.
The 17th century Badshahi Mosque, the Lahore Fort built in 16th
century Ad, the Shalimar Gardens built by Emperor Shah Jehan
of the Taj Mahal are just a few examples of Lahore’s glamorous
history.. Explore the old walled city that once used to have
12 gates and a defensive wall where you visit the lovely Wazir
Khan Mosque with its superb frescoes and inlay pottery decorations.
Onwards to Multan, the city of Sufi Shrines and a gateway to
the Indian sub continent, where invaders, conquerors and explorers
from Alexander the Great to the Mughals had entered is an awe
inspiring experience. Thee Famous Octagonal Tombs of the 13th
century poet and saint, Bahaudin Zakria and the 14th century
saint Shah Rukn Alam are a sight to be reckoned with.
We drive to Taunsa Sharif for a Boat Ride on the mighty Indus
River and hit some ducks along the way for little safari experience,
explore the rare species of blind Dolphins found only in the
Lower Indus River. We explore the traditions and customs of
the rural villages residing on the banks of Indus River.