Join us on an epic trip to explore Sindh - The Forgotten Province. On this trip we will visit the Bhambore Museum & Ruins (Submitted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Makli Graveyard (Asia’s Largest & Oldest Necropolis), Shah Jahan’s Mosque in the ancient capital Thatta The Chaukhandi tombs form an early Islamic cemetery situated 29 km east of Karachi, in the Sindh province of Pakistan. The tombs are notable for their elaborate sandstone carvings
The Great Wall of Sindh. The 2nd Largest Wall after the Great Wall of China and the Largest Fort in the World, to look through the Pages of the past and discover the influence of a Lost Civilization. The exploration includes Hiking through the Mountains, Exploring the Fresh Water Springs, Natural Fish Pedicure. Ranikot Fort is 90 kilometers (56 mi) to the north of Hyderabad on the national highway. There is also an easy access to about an hour's journey from Karachi to Sann on the Indus Highway. A diversion road, starting a little distance away from Sann, the nearest town, leads to the fort along a rugged 21 kilometers (13 mi) road and reaches the eastern gate of the fort, known as Sann Gate
Toli Pir is a hilly area in Rawalakot in the Poonch District of Azad Kashmir. It lies at a 30- 40 km drive from Rawalakot. The view from the top is breathtaking; Poonch River flows peacefully through three different mountain ranges. There are also remains of an ancient religious sanctuary, most likely a shrine, on one of the hilltops.