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Buddhist Pilgrimage

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Buddhism is a faith that was founded by Siddhartha Gautama (“the Buddha”) more than 2,500 years ago in India. With about 470 million followers, scholars consider Buddhism one of the major world religions. The Buddha was born in Lumbini (now in Nepal) and died around the age of 80 in Kushinagara (India). Buddhism spread throughout South Asia in the five centuries following the Buddha’s passing, and thence into Central, Southeast and East Asia and Eastern Europe over the next two millennia. The land of Pakistan has been a strong cradle of Buddhism with a great population, pilgrims, learners and other devotees came to Taxila and Swat. Our eight days exciting trip which has been designed to explore the awe-inspiring Buddhist remains in Pakistan, once home to the incredible faith and centre of learning for monks.



Day Visiting Location Overnight
01 Lahore Arrival Lahore, after short rest, city tour
02 Lahore Full day city tour of Lahore, afternoon visit Wagah border to see the flag ceremony
03 Lahore – Khewra Salt Mines – Islamabad Drive to Islamabad en-route visit to Khewra Salt Mines
04 Islamabad Full day sightseeing of Rawalpindi/Islamabad
05 Islamabad – Taxila – Peshawar Drive to Peshawar en-route visit Taxila archaeological sites and museum
06 Peshawar – Takht-e-Bhai – SWAT Half-day city tour of Peshawar, after lunch drive to Swat visiting Takht-e-Bhai on the way
07 Swat Full day tour of historical sites of Swat including Museum
08 Swat – Islamabad Drive back to Islamabad
09 Departure Transfer to airport for homebound flight

Trip Highlights:

Lahore – Islamabad – Taxila – Peshawar – Takht-e-Bhai – Swat – Islamabad

Best time to visit:

Round the year


9 days/8 nights



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    Buddhist Pilgrimage
    Entry Fees
    Personal Guide
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    5 Star Accommodation