7 days 6 Nights, Buddhism Pilgrimage in Pakistan 2021
The locale that is today known as Pakistan once had a huge Buddhist populace, with most of
the individuals in Gandhara (present-day North Western Pakistan and Eastern Afghanistan) being Buddhist.
Gandhara was generally Mahayana Buddhist and was likewise a fortification of Vajrayana Buddhism.
The Smack Valley, referred to in times long past as Uddiyana, was a realm feeder to Gandhara. There are numerous
archeological locales from the Buddhist time in Swat.
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Morning drive to Taxila 35 km, visit Taxila Museum, Jaulian, Mohra, Moradu, and Sirkap. Afternoon
visit the lively, bustling Rawalpindi city with the crowded streets and colorful bazaars, thorough it lacks the grand monuments;
nonetheless, the bazaar should appeal to anyone with the desire to see the real Pakistan.
After breakfast departure for Kalam, en visit a well preserved monastery of Takht-I-Bai and Chakdara Museum Night Stay Kalam
After breakfast proceed for the sightseeing of Swat, visit of Swat Museum, Oddiyana with its nice collection of Gandhara sculptures collected from
some of the Buddhist sites in the valley. A few coins and weapons are also displayed as well as local embroidery, carved wood and tribal embroidery.
After breakfast departure for Islamabad 240 km, Local visit Centaurus Mall, Dinner Saidpur Village
Transfer to Islamabad airport for return flight