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Full-Day Private Jaisalmer City Tour with Havelis and Camel Ride
"Early in the morning you will visit the historic well-preserved Jaisalmer fort and explore the maze of narrow streets in this open air museum of a city with its ornately decorated havelis of yellow sandstone. The havelis were built by rich merchants at a time when the city was a key stop on the caravan routes from the Middle East. head to Gadisar Lake and then take a break for lunch at a great local restaurant.In the evening just before sunset you will travel to Sam Sand Dunes - 45km (28mi) to see the total sandy bushless desert. On this glorious stretch of sweeping sand dunes you will enjoy a camel ride and be able to take your favorite picture with a lone camel on a desert track with the setting sun in the backdrop. After a memorable day you will head back to your hotel in Jaisalmer."
From $60.00
 
Private Full-Day City Tour of Jaisalmer
"At 9am your guide will pick you up from your accommodation or the train station in Jaisalmer. You will head to explore the honey-colored Jaisalmer Fort that emerges from the flat dry desert sands and enjoy a walk through the maze of narrow streets in the city with ornately decorated havelis in yellow sandstone. The Salim Singh-Ki-Haveli and Patwon-Ki-Haveli are some of the most beautiful mansions with stone carving and la’ and to enter its narrow cobbled lanes is a step back into another era. You also visit the impressive havelis which were once built by wealthy Jain merchants. Decorated with rich-carvings stone inlays ornamental lattice tracery works and some of them are still in excellent condition. You will then break for lunch that will be provided at a local restaurant. After lunch
From $74.00
 
Full-Day Private Jaisalmer City Tour with Havelis and Camel Ride
"Early in the morning you will visit the historic well-preserved Jaisalmer fort and explore the maze of narrow streets in this open air museum of a city with its ornately decorated havelis of yellow sandstone. The havelis were built by rich merchants at a time when the city was a key stop on the caravan routes from the Middle East. head to Gadisar Lake and then take a break for lunch at a great local restaurant.In the evening just before sunset you will travel to Sam Sand Dunes - 45km (28mi) to see the total sandy bushless desert. On this glorious stretch of sweeping sand dunes you will enjoy a camel ride and be able to take your favorite picture with a lone camel on a desert track with the setting sun in the backdrop. After a memorable day you will head back to your hotel in Jaisalmer."
From $60.00

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Travelling by Bus

Salut Mes Amis, From Rawalpindi Saddar, take a Daewoo bus to Peshawar 3 hrs. Or go to Karachi Company bus stand and take a coach 3 hrs. For Daewoo please make a reservation before 2 ,3 hrs and you...
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Travelling By Sea

No passenger boats or ships for the general public sail to or from Pakistan at present. A few pilgrim ships/boats do ply between Pakistan and the Gulf States. In the days of Pilgrimage to Makkah -...
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Travelling by Air

For domestic travel, you have an option to travel by 4 airlines: PIA, Air Blue, Aero Asia, and Shaheen. All (except Shaheen) operates regular flights to major cities in Pakistan, and have travel...
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Travelling by Road to Moutains

Accessing Northern Areas of Pakistan requires adequate planning and informed decision making. Although these areas are famous for their natural beauty and attract tourists from around the globe but...
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Travelling by Train

Bonjour mon ami, Let me make some corrections in the responses and posts above by fellow posters. There's a train from Zahedan to Quetta, operated twice a month, you could check the schedules at...
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Driving in Pakistan

In the recent past, there has been a lot of infrastructure developments in Pakistan, and one of them is the recently built 635 km, pleasure to drive, Makran Coastal Highway (National Highway N10)...
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Travelling by Car

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Pakistans rickshaw transport is a double edged sword. They are incredibly easy to use and rarely exceed 40 rupees but the entire environment suffers at the hands of the fumes. They are great to use...
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Mansehra to Chilas

Bonjour from Chitral,Take a bus or coach from Mansehra to Besham or Chilas, buses are the only mean of transport on KKH, as responded on thorntree.That is the easiest option for you.Ciao,Imran Schah ...
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Traveling on KKH and Shandoor pass

Bonjour from Chitral Hindu Kush,We can divide it into 2 parts now, Kashghar/Tashkorgano to Sust and Passu wherefrom take a chopper across the lake.2nd part, after Karimabad to Gilgit and KKH.A 30 days...
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Daewoo bus from Sialkot

Salut mes amis,For the convenience of the tourists and travellers, here I post the addresses and phone nos of the Daewoo bus terminals in Pakistan.There're few tips for travelling on Daewoo, better to...
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Daewoo bus from Dera Ismail Khan

Salut mes amis,For the convenience of the tourists and travellers, here I post the addresses and phone nos of the Daewoo bus terminals in Pakistan.There're few tips for travelling on Daewoo, better to...
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Daewoo bus from sadiqabad

Salut mes amis,For the convenience of the tourists and travellers, here I post the addresses and phone nos of the Daewoo bus terminals in Pakistan.There're few tips for travelling on Daewoo, better to...
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Daewoo bus from Swat

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Shahi Qila - Lahore Fort

Shahi Qila is situated in front of Badshahi Mosque. It is a huge forte bounding a lot of beauty. A great ancient work of architecture. Without Visiting Lahrore Forte your visit to Lahore is...
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Daman-e-Koh

Its a spot in the hills around Islamabad. The whole city can be viewed from here. Even Rawal Dam Lake can be viewed from here. It is a good, health air picnic spot. Government has developed the...
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Clifton and Sea View

First point I want to note is that some other posts are out dated saying that one of the tallest water fountains (~500ft) operates during the sunset hours. This is outdated, the fountain was removed...
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Lake Saif-ul-Maluk

Situated at the height of 10,578 feet (3,224 meters) above sea level, Saiful Muluk is the most beautiful lake in Kaghan Valley. Offering excellent view of the Peak of Malika Parbat Mountain this lake...
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Ayubia

There is a spot on Murree-Nathiagali Road, near Ayubia Chair Lifts, called "Baander Point". In this area great number of monkeys live in the jungle. They are so friendly that they come on the road and...
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Khyber Pass

The most famous pass of the world, the Khyber Pass, is 16 km from Peshawar. It has been, throughout history, the most important gateway to the plains of the South Asian sub-continent both for...
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