Derawar Fort Travel Guide

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Derawar Fort Things to Do

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    by Rehmat Written Oct 3, 2006

    dont forget to visit Darawer Fort , a small Hindu Village and some Shrines of Nawab's Families , very Beautiful Mosque and Palace too

    Shrines Main Door Palace Jamia Mosque In Hindu Village
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    by Laurina Updated Feb 20, 2005

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    OK, so it's just a watering hole for camels and perhaps it's not so interesting given it's all dried up, at least in November. And...then that means of course that there are no camels there! still, it's just another great view of the fort. We walked all around it and saw it from different angles.

    All Dried Up!
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Derawar Fort Restaurants

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    by Rehmat Written Oct 3, 2006

    No Local hotel , resturent or motel available so keep ur favouret food and a botel of water al time with u...... but i ll advice u that try to cheack local food i like it and i hope u ll also like it .
    dont make in few minets u need time to make plan for visit this area .

    Delicious Meal from my Host, Mr.Ittaf
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Derawar Fort Nightlife

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    by Laurina Written Feb 20, 2005

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    Why is spending a night under the stars in the Cholistan desert so special? Because you are there with some of your closest friends, sitting around the fire reading poetry to each other, watching little firework displays, eating delicious Pakistani homecooking...any night in the desert is just awesome as I'm sure most would of attest to. Of course I don't know many who would spend their night in this desert. And this makes it even more special. Just another place in Pakistan most travelers don't know about....sigh.....oh, and it's bring your own alcohol!

    Dress Code: Stay warm - wear sweaters and bring a warm sleeping bag - or those organizing your trip might bring blankets. It is the desert after all! Other than that? who cares what you wear ;o)

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Derawar Fort Transportation

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    by Rehmat Written Oct 3, 2006

    Its best Idea that u use Local Camel ride . but my host had Bike too.. thats why i use that too in dasert , its was wonderful expereance that i ride bike in dasert........

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Derawar Fort Local Customs

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    by Rehmat Written Oct 3, 2006

    when u'll b there for Visit people mostly wellcome u with smile , so Shaking hand with childrens and if posible then offer a some candy .....

    always  u'll see smileing face around u
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