3 days & 2 nights
Taxila Museum and Archeological sites most of these are located around Taxila Museum. For over 1000 years(600 B.C to 500 A.D) Taxila remained a focal point of education and Buddhism in the days of Buddhist glory. There are over 50 archaeological sites scattered over a radius of 30 K.M around Taxila. Some of the most important sites are Dharmarajika Stupa and Monastery (300 B.C – 200 A.D), Bhir Mound (600-200B.C), Sirkap (200-600A.D) and famous Buddhist University of Julian. A museum comprising sections with rich archaeological funds of Taxila arranged in chronological order and property labelled has been established close to these sites. It is one of the most well-maintained site museums of Pakistan.
Visit Inside the Mines and witness beautiful mosque made of different shades of rock salt bricks – hollow walls of salt bricks when lighted gives a beautiful look. A large chamber called “Assembly Hall” measuring more than 250 ft in height fascinates tourists. There are certain chambers filled in with saturated brine solution. These ponds, when illuminated with fancy lights, give a splendid look. There is an area of transparent salt of light pink colour known as “Shish Mahal”. Different chambers are connected with salt bridges over water ponds and when illuminated with lights show the marvelous reflection of different colours of salt.
Morning Visit to Beautiful Mosque of Islamabad (Faisal Mosque)
Visit Lake View Park
Visit Shakar Parian
Dinner at Monal
Drop Guests at International Airport Islamabad
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