Arrival at Karachi. You will be met at the airport
and transported to your designated hotel along with your luggage.
Afternoon; visit shrines of Abdullah Shah Ghazi at Clifton. Baba
Abdullah's shrine is one of the most popular spots in Karachi. Everyday
thousands of devotees visit this Tomb to offer Fateha (Prayers)
regularly and is attended by scholars, mendicants, qawwals and
musicians, besides thousands of devotees. Overnight stay in Karachi.
Day trip to Thatta and visit Makli Graveyard. Makli
is perhaps the largest necropolis in the world. Those lying buried in
their graves have left their style and splendor behind even after their
death. Most of the graves in this large necropolis date back to the time
of Muhammad Bin Qasim. Also a visit to Shah Jehani Masjid, Thatta,
Overnight stay in hotel at Karachi.
Leave for Sukkur-Enroute visit Shrine of Shah Abdul
Latif Bhitai and Sehwan (Lal Shahbaz Qalandar) - Shah Abdul Latif a
great Sufi poet of Sindh. Shah Abdul Latif chose to live on the sand
dunes, called "Bhits" in Sindhi language at a place in between Hyderabad
and Hala. Overnight stay in hotel at Sukkur.
Leave for Bahawalpur and visit Uch Sharif (Mai
Jawindi). Uch is a very old town and is believed to have existed since
500 B.C. Bibi Jawindi was the daughter of Syed Jalal Sain. She was a
very pious lady and highly respected by the people of the area.
Overnight stay in hotel at Bahawalpur.
Leave for Multan and transfer to Hotel. Afternoon
visit Fort and Mausoleum of Hazrat Bahauddin Zakaria and Shah
Rukn-e-Alam and Hazrat Shams Tabrez. Multan is famous for its
innumerable Khanqahs (Shrines) Annual Urs is held at each Khanqah
(Shrine). Overnight stay in hotel at Multan.
Day trip to visit Sakhi Sarwar near Dera Ghazi Khan.
Hazrat Syed Ahmed Sultan popularly known as Sakhi Sarwar (the Generous
King) is buried in the town, which sprang around his tomb near Dera
Ghazi Khan, 94 Km South West of Multan. He was another Sufi Saint of the
Ghaznavid period. His tomb is situated near a hill stream at the foot of
Sulaiman Hills. It is a beautiful building, which is always thronged by
devotees. Overnight stay in hotel at Multan.
Leave for Lahore via Jhang and Faisalabad. Enroute
visit the Tomb of Hazrat Sultan Bahu, the famous Sufi saint. Overnight
stay in hotel at Lahore.
Full day at Lahore-visit Mausoleum of Hazrat Data
Ganj Baksh (Data Darbar). He was an eminent scholar and author of many
books on theology. One of his famous books is "Kashul Mahjub". He can be
described as the founder of the Sufi Cult in Punjab. His tomb in Lahore
is always thronged by devotees, day and night. Lahore is called "Data Ki
Nagri", after him. Many miracles are attributed to him. It is believed
that nobody has ever returned empty handed from his tomb. Also visit
Tomb of Mughal Emperor Jehangir and Hazrat Mian Mir Muhammad. He enjoyed
the distinction of having three royal personages as his devotees. The
first was Emperor Jehangir, followed by Shah Jahan, Dara Shikoh and
Aurangzeb - his shrine is about 3 miles from Lahore railway station.
Overnight stay in hotel at Lahore.
Day trip to Qasur - visit the Tomb of Baba Bulhey
Shah, one of the greatest Punjabi Sufis. Qasur is a historical city and
still retains some of its ancient features. Like other Sufi poets, Baba
Bulhey Shah is immensely popular amongst the masses as well as the
elite. His "Kafis" are sung by singers who take great pride in reciting
his poetry. Overnight stay in hotel at Lahore.
Leave for Rawalpindi and transfer to hotel.
Full day in Rawalpindi/Islamabad and visit Shrines of
Barri Shah Latif in Islamabad. Shah Abdul Latif Kazmi known as Barri
Shah Latif is considered the patron saint of Islamabad, the capital of
Pakistan. It is said that he had predicted the construction of a new
city near his tomb, which will be named after Islam. His tomb was built
under the orders of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and is situated in the
village of Nurpur in the foothills of Margallas. Overnight stay in hotel
You will be transported from your hotel to the
airport for your destination flight.