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    October to March
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Lahore is a city steeped in history, culture, and natural beauty. From its magnificent Mughal-era architecture to its lush gardens and bustling bazaars, Lahore has something for everyone. The city is a testament to the rich cultural heritage that is why Lahore is known as “the Cultural Capital of Pakistan”. Lahore is a must-visit for anyone interested in history, culture, and natural beauty. With its vibrant colors, exquisite designs, and warm hospitality, Lahore is a city that will capture your heart and leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.

In summary, a tour of Lahore presents a captivating journey through its rich history, cultural heritage, and natural beauty. From iconic landmarks and magnificent mosques to historic sites and bustling bazaars, Lahore offers a unique blend of experiences that will leave you with cherished memories.

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The tour package inclusions and exclusions
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Air-conditioned transportation (depending on the size of the group throughout the trip
  • English speaking guide
  • Entrance Fee to the Archaeological sites and Museums
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

• All items of personal nature such as telephone calls, mini bar and other Beverages
• Lunches
• Other than above mentioned
• Day use rooms if in case of flight delayed or cancellation


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    Day 1 Badshahi Mosque - An Iconic Symbol of Lahore's Heritage

    Badshahi Mosque is one of the most iconic symbols of Lahore’s heritage. Built between 1671 and 1673 by the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, it is one of the largest mosques in the world and can accommodate over 100,000 worshippers. The mosque is an exquisite example of Mughal architecture and is adorned with beautiful marble and intricate frescoes. The minarets of the mosque stand tall and dominate the skyline of Lahore, while the main prayer hall is a marvel of engineering with its vast dimensions and intricate decorations. Badshahi Mosque is not only a religious site but also a significant tourist attraction, attracting visitors from all over the world.

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    Day 1 Shahi Fort (Lahore Fort) - A Symbol of Mughal Power and Grandeur

    Badshahi Fort is a symbol of Mughal power and grandeur, built by Emperor Aurangzeb in 1671-73. The fort is a massive structure with imposing walls, ramparts, and gateways. It served as the royal residence of the Mughal emperors until the British took control of Lahore in 1846. The fort houses many historic buildings, including the Sheesh Mahal, Naulakha Pavilion, and the Moti Masjid. The fort is a must-visit for anyone interested in the rich history of the Mughal era and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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    Day 1 Lahore Museum - A Treasure Trove of History and Artifacts

    Lahore Museum is a treasure trove of history and artifacts, showcasing the cultural and artistic heritage of the region. The museum was established in 1894 and is one of the oldest museums in South Asia. It houses a vast collection of artifacts, including paintings, manuscripts, coins, sculptures, and pottery. The museum also features exhibits on the history of Pakistan, including the struggle for independence and the creation of the country. Lahore Museum is a must-visit for history buffs and anyone interested in the rich cultural heritage of Pakistan.

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    Day 1 Masjid Wazir Khan - A Magnificent Mughal-era Mosque

    Masjid Wazir Khan is a magnificent Mughal-era Mosque located in the heart of Lahore’s old city. The mosque was built in the mid-17th century by the governor of Lahore, Hakim Ilmuddin Ansari, who was also known as Wazir Khan. The mosque is renowned for its beautiful tile work, frescoes, and calligraphy, which are among the finest examples of Mughal-era art. The mosque’s architecture is a blend of Persian and Indian styles, and its vibrant colors and intricate designs make it a must-visit for anyone interested in the rich cultural heritage of Lahore.

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    Day 1 Shahi Hammam - A Historic Bathhouse in Lahore

    Shahi Hammam is a historic bathhouse in Lahore, built during the Mughal era in the 17th century. The hammam is an exquisite example of Mughal-era architecture and features beautiful tile work and intricate frescoes. The bathhouse was built to serve the royal court and was used by the Mughal emperors and their courtiers. Today, the hammam is open to visitors and offers a glimpse into the opulent lifestyle of the Mughal elite.

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    Day 2 Anarkali Bazaar – Old Style Marketplace in Lahore

    Anarkali Bazaar is a shopper’s paradise located on Mall Road in Lahore, offering a wide range of goods and services. The bazaar is one of the oldest markets in Lahore and is renowned for its textiles, jewelry, and handicrafts. The bazaar is also home to many restaurants and cafes, offering delicious food and drinks. Anarkali Bazaar is a must-visit for anyone interested in shopping and experiencing the vibrant culture of Lahore.

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    Day 2 Mausoleum of Emperor Jahangir - A Testament to Mughal Architecture

    The Mausoleum of Emperor Jahangir is a testament to Mughal architecture, built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his father, Emperor Jahangir. The mausoleum is located in Shahdara Bagh, a suburb of Lahore, and is a magnificent structure of red sandstone and white marble. The mausoleum is surrounded by lush gardens and features intricate carvings and calligraphy. The site is a must-visit for anyone interested in Mughal architecture and history.

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    Day 2 Mausoleum of Noor Jehan - A Tribute to the Powerful Empress

    The Mausoleum of Noor Jehan is a tribute to one of the most powerful empresses of the Mughal era, Noor Jehan. The mausoleum is located in the Shahdara Bagh suburb of Lahore and was built by Noor Jehan’s daughter in the 17th century. The structure of mausoleum is a beautiful example of Mughal architecture, featuring intricate carvings and calligraphy. The mausoleum is a must-visit for anyone interested in the rich history of the Mughal era and the powerful women who shaped it.

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    Day 2 Shalimar Gardens - A Mughal-era Paradise on Earth

    Shalimar Gardens is a Mughal-era Garden located on the outskirts of Lahore. The gardens were built in the 17th century by Emperor Shah Jahan and are a testament to the Mughal love for nature and beauty. The gardens are spread over 80 acres and feature terraces, fountains, and beautiful pavilions. The gardens are a UNESCO World Heritage site and are a must-visit for anyone interested in the history and culture of Lahore.

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    Day 2 Wagah Border - A Spectacular Display of Patriotism

    Wagah is a border crossing between Pakistan and India, located on the outskirts of Lahore. The border crossing is famous for its daily flag-lowering ceremony, which is a spectacular display of patriotism and national pride. The ceremony is attended by thousands of visitors and is a must-see for anyone visiting Lahore. The ceremony is a reminder of the shared history and culture of India and Pakistan and the need for peace and friendship between the two countries.


We always do the best in our power to follow the set itinerary, however it can change occasionally based on temporary access restrictions, weather, lodging/campground availability, guest ability/injury, and natural disasters like heavy rains, flooding, and other potential causes. Sometimes we experience unforeseen happens to affect the plan.


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  1. How many days are recommended to explore Lahore?

    It is recommended to allocate at least two days to explore Lahore fully. This will allow you to visit the major attractions and experience the city’s rich culture and history.

  2. What is the best time to visit Lahore?

    The best time to visit Lahore is during the winter season (October to March) when the weather is mild and pleasant. Summers (April to September) can be extremely hot, so it’s advisable to plan your visit accordingly.

  3. Are there any specific dress code requirements for visiting mosques and mausoleums?

    It is recommended to dress modestly when visiting mosques and mausoleums in Lahore. Both men and women should ensure their shoulders, arms, and legs are covered. Women may also want to carry a scarf or shawl to cover their heads when entering religious sites.

  4. Are these attractions wheelchair accessible?

    Accessibility may vary for each attraction. While efforts have been made to improve accessibility, some historical sites may have limited wheelchair access due to their architectural design. It is advisable to contact the specific attractions to inquire about their accessibility features.

  5. Are photography and videography allowed at these attractions?

    Photography and videography are generally allowed at these attractions, but some sites may have restrictions on the use of flash photography or tripods. It is advisable to respect any guidelines provided by the attractions and be mindful of other visitors.

  6. Is it safe to visit Wagah Border?

    Wagah Border is generally considered safe for visitors. However, it is advisable to follow instructions from authorities and maintain awareness of your surroundings. It is recommended to arrive early due to the large crowds and security procedures during the flag-lowering ceremony.

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