Peshawar-City of Flowers


Day 1

Drive from Islamabad to Peshawar en-route visit Taxila. PM city sightseeing of Peshawar visiting the rich museum of Peshawar, which houses treasures of the Gandhara period. Proceed to old Peshawar through the Kabuli Gate - one of the sixteen - to the Qissa Khawani bazaar, "the street of story tellers", and witness unusual and unforgettable sights. We will also visit the coppersmith's bazaar, which flourished from the 1st century B.C. to the 5th century A.D. Continue to Mahabat Khan's mosque, built in 1670 by the Governor of Peshawar under Moghal Emperor Shah Jahan. Our tour will pass by Balar Hisar Fort, built by Babar in 1526 - 30, and rebuilt by Hari Singh Nalva, under the guidance of French engineers in 1830. Overnight in Peshawar.

Day 2

AM: Khyber Pass excursion. The historic Khyber Pass begins at a distance 15 miles west of Peshawar at the Babi - Khyber watchtower, which acts as a gateway to the Pass. You then begin a winding journey through a tribal area; passing through the Jamrud Fort, and for 36 miles is another `invader`, witnessing the stark and severe beauty of this passage hewn through great rocks. The pass ends at the Torkham Border, passing through the smugglers`bazaar, Landikotal which at a height of 3518 feet straddles the top of this historical passageway. At Torkham the Durand line separates Pakistan from Afghanistan.

Day 3

After breakfast at the hotel visit the Peshawar bazaar for a shopping spree. Later drive back to Islamabad.


• Accommodation on twin sharing basis

• Daily Breakfast

• Transportation as per itinerary

• Excursions & Sightseeing as per itinerary

Cost does not Includes:

• Guide services

• Any other service not mentioned above