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Religious Tourism

Price $850 8 Nights & 9 Days
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Religious Tourism

$850 per person

Religious tourism, spiritual tourism, sacred tourism, or faith tourism, is a type of tourism with two main subtypes: pilgrimage, meaning travel for religious or spiritual purposes, and the viewing of religious monuments and artefacts, a branch of sightseeing.

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Day 1
Arrival Lahore : On arrival meet our tour guide at Lahore airport and transfer to hotel. After short break drive to wanga border for Flag ceremony OF Pakistan India border security forces. This is the only border where both country peoples visiting every day for this amazing ceremony. In the evening back to hotel. Diner at famous Lahore foods street near old city.   Driving Hours: 3 to 4 Hours
Day 2
Visit Lahore  Gurdwara dear sahib After breakfast drive half an hour from the hotel to Gurdwara Dear Sahib,Gurdwara Dehra Sahib is situated opposite the Royal Mosque or Shahi Masjid. At the place where after many days of torture, the fifth Guru dissapeared into the River Ravi, after his guards allowed Guru Arjan to take a bath to cool his many burns. In those days, the Ravi flowed along the wall of the fort. The Guru's light rejoined the light eternal on 30th May, 1606.  after you will visit  Gurdwara Sahib Maharaja Ranjit Singh.  A domed building is adjacent to the southern corner of eastern wall of Badshahi Mosque outside Roshanai Gate. This building is the Samadh of Sher-e-Punjab Maharaja Ranjit Singh, One of the many great Sikh rulers of the Sikh Empire, from 1799-1839.   After lunch time at local restaurant. After lunch visiting   This holy shrine is located in Chuna Mandi of Lahore city, now in present-day Pakistan. The birth place of Guru Ram Das is at this location.   The ancestors of Guru Ram Das were the residents of Lahore. Guru Ram Das, did not come in person to Lahore to attend the marriage ceremony of the son of his brother Sahari Mal and instead sent his son Arjun Dev, with the instruction that he should not return until and unless summoned back. In the afternoon visit  Fakir Khana is a private museum and house located in Lahore, Pakistan, owned by the Fakir family. Fakhir Khana contains over 20,000 objects, and is the largest privately owned museum in South Asia.  Back to the hotel for overnight stay. Driving Hours: 6 to 8 Hours
Day 3
Lahore-Sheikh Pura – Faisalabad In the morning drive to Sheikh Pure  Gurdwara Sachcha Sauda is situated at a distance of 37 miles from Lahore on the Lahore-Lyallpur Railway Line. Guru Nanak as a young man was sent by his father Mehta Kalu, who was hoping to instill a sense of business in his son, to buy some goods which he could return home with, then sell and make a profit.  Lunch at Aheikh pura and drive to Faisalabad to visit  Freedom fighter Bhagat Singh's Haveli in Pakistan. This haveli is located near the city of Faisalabad and two of the rooms have been preserved in their original condition. Overnight stay in Faisalabad hotel.  Driving Hours: 2 Hours  
Day 4
Faisalabad- Hasan Abdal  Gurdwara Panja Sahib Eerily the morning drive to   Gurdwara Panja Sahib is a famous gurdwara located in Hasan Abdal, Pakistan. The shrine is considered to be particularly important as the handprint of the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, is believed to be imprinted on a boulder at the gurdwara. Handprint on the boulder which is believed by Sikhs to be that of Guru Nanak. Guru Nanak along with Bhai Mardana reached Hasan Abdal in Baisakh Samwat 1578 B.K., corresponding to the summer of 1521 CE, when according to Sikh legend, Guru Nanak's handprint was imprinted onto a boulder. The Gurdwara was named Panja Sahib by Hari Singh Nalwa, the most famous general of the Sikh Empire. He is credited with having built the first gurdwara at the site. After luch drive to Islamabad . Vis Lok Varsa mesuem. Dinner in Afghan restaurant and over night in  Islamabad. Driving Hours: 4 to 5 Hours
Day 5
Islamabad – Gujranwala- Lahore After breakfast drive to Gujrawala to visit   Gurdwara Rori Sahib is located 2 kilometres south-east of present-day Eminabad and one and a half kilometre north-west of the centre of the village called Talab. Eminabad, an old town is about 55 kilometres north of Lahore and 15 kilometres south of Gujranwala and is a famous town of Gujranwala district in West Panjab, Pakistan. It is linked to Grand Trunk Road and Eminabad railway station by four- kilometers stretch of metalled road. This area has three important historical shrines of the Sikhs - Gurdwara Rori Sahib, Gurdwara Chakki Sahib and Gurdwara Khuhi Bhai Lalo. Lunch at Gujranwala and drive to Lahore for overnight stay. Driving Hours: 4 to 5 Hours
Day 6
Lahore – Nankana sahib – Lahore  After breakfast drive to Nankana Sahib . Nankana Sahib (Urdu and Punjabi: is a city and capital of Nankana Sahib District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is named after the first Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Nanak, who was born in the city and first began preaching here. Nankana Sahib is the most important religious site for the Sikh religion. It is located about 91 km (57 mi) west of Lahore and about 75 km (47 mi) east of Faisalabad.[3][dubious – discuss] According to the census of 2017 the city has a population of 79,540 inhabitants. Until 2005, it was the part of Sheikhupura District.  After performing religious active drive back Lahore for overnight stay. Driving Hours: 1.30 Hour
Day 7
Lahore-Kartarpu- Lahore After breakfast drive to   Kartarpur  is a town located in the tehsil Shakargarh, Narowal District in Punjab, Pakistan. Located on the right bank of the Ravi River, it is said to have been founded by the first guru of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, where he established the first Sikh commune. The first guru of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, founded Kartarpur in 1504 AD on the right bank of the Ravi River. The name Kartarpur means "place of God". Here all people, irrespective of their religion or caste, lived together, representing the first 'Sikh commune'. After his travels for about 20 years, Guru Nanak settled in Kartarpur along with his family. Following his death in 1539, Hindus and Muslims both claimed him as their own, and raised mausoleums in his memory with a common wall between them. After visiting this holy place drive back to Lahore. Overnight in hotel. Driving Hours: 3 Hours
Day 8
Explore Lahore  After breakfast visit Badeshi Mosque Lahore, after that visit Lahore Forts and Sikh Gallery. For lunch you visit the Lahore food street, after lunch visit old market of Lahore, back to hotel for overnight stay. Driving Hours: 6 to 8 Hours
Day 9
Lahore –Flight Back to Home. After breakfast visit National museum Lahore and drive to Airport. End of the tour. Driving Hours: 4 Hours

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