Bahawalpur & Multan

Punjab is Pakistan’s most verdant province and home to more than half of the nation’s population.


Sprawled across the heart of Pakistan, the vibrant state of Punjab (Persian for ‘Five Waters’) is named after the five rivers of the region – the Sutlej, Ravi, Beas, Jhelum and Chenab. For the visitor Punjab is a treasure trove of experiences. Stepping into Lahore you will encounter wondrous Sufism (Islamic mysticism) and Qawwali (Islamic devotional singing), the Old City and the outlandish border closing ceremony at Wagah. Beyond Lahore are sublime shrines and tombs in Multan and Uch Sharif, ancient forts, the deserts of Cholistan and the Khewra salt mines. Then, of course, there are the people as well. Punjabis are a life loving lot with a long tradition of warm hospitality that comes straight from the heart. Few travellers leave here without a bundle of precious memories, an address book filled with new friends and oodles of food for thought.

Trip Itinerary

Day 1

  • Drive from Lahore to Kasur
  • City Tour of Kasur
  • Overnight stay in Pakpattan

Day 2
Harrapa- Multan

  • Drive to Multan, en-route visit Harrapa
  • Arrival in Multan and city tour
  • Overnight stay in Multan

Day 3
Fort Munro

  • Departure for Fort Munro, en-route visit to shrines
  • Arrival in Fort Munro and tour of the site
  • Overnight stay in Fort Munro

Day 4
Rahim Yar Khan

  • Drive to Rahim Yar Khan, en-route visit to shrines
  • Continue via Guddu Barrage
  • Overnight stay in Rahim Yar Khan

Day 5

  • Departure for Bahawalpur and visit to Uch Sharif
  • Continue through the Cholistan Desert with a visit to the Derawar Fort
  • Overnight stay in Bhawalpur

Day 6

  • Visit to the Lal Sohanra National Park
  • Departure for Lahore, en-route visit to Bahawalpur City
  • Arrival in Lahore