Full day tour of Thatta from Karachi
This Tour can be taken any day and can be booked online by contacting us
Considered one of the highlight of Pakistan Thatta is Rome of Pakistan where you can see architecture culture and natural beauty. During winter you will also ave the opportunity to see migratory birds on this tour. It is a 100% secure and safe tour.
Drive early morning in private car/coach toward Thatta. On the way to Visit Chaukindi Tombs, tombs from 15-18th century made of Sandstone. All tombs are quadrangular in shape and have beautiful carvings. All men graves have Turbans carved on top and women graves have beautiful jewlry carved on sandstone.
Later drive to Banbhore visit the museum and walk over the archeological site of Banbhore which was first inhabited by central asian Sythians and Parthyans later this site became the last conquest of Alexander the great from here he went back to westwards and died on his way in Iran. Banbhore was also the first city which received Islam it was conquered by Arabs in 711 AD by Mohammad Bin Qasim the first mosque in South east Asia was also built during this period in this city.
Continue to Thatta and Visit Makli the largest Muslim cemetery having over half a million graves of Scholars, Poets, Ministers, Kings and rich men of Thatta from 15th to 18th century from the time when Thatta was center of education literature and was also capital of Sindh.
In Thatta Visit Shah Jehan Mosqe the mosque was built in 1647 2 years after Taj Mahal.
Shah Jehan built this mosque for the people of Tahtta for their hospitality rendered to
him when he was escaping from the enemy. The mosque is the most impressive work of blue
glazed tile work and is most well preserved mosque of this age.
Afternoon visit Keenjher lake and return to Karachi by evening.
Cost US$ 72.00 Per person Including Private A/C Car/Coach, Lunch and Guide minimum 2 person for 1 person US$130 Contact us to Book this tour now Discounts available for groups and families.
Pictures from this tour
Chaukundi Tombs beautifuly carved sandstone tombs from 15th to 18th century
Shahjehan Mosque build by Empror Shahjehan in 1647
One of the Earliest mosque of the world in Banbhore built in 726 AD by Mohammad Bin Qasim
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