Cholistan Jeep Rally Festival

3 Days

Visitors can also enjoy fireworks, musical night, Kabaddi, wrestling, motorbike race, paragliding, camel and horse racing, drumming, and Saraiki Jhumar during the festival. Additionally, there will be cultural events, and local handicraft products stalls will be set up to highlight the Cholistani culture. There will be local shops available for the convenience of visitors coming from far and wide, but for food, temporary restaurants will also be set up.

PLACES TO VISIT

BAHAWALPUR

LAL SOHANARA PARK

NOOR MEHAL

CHOLISTAN DESERT

DERAWAR FORT

ABBASI MASJID DERAWAR

EQUIPMENT LIST YOU MUST CARRY

  • Covid19 vaccination certificate
    • Face mask
    • Casual shoes/trekking shoes/softy
    • Warm cloths
    • Jackets/upper/Raincoat
    • Hat/sunglasses/umbrella
    • Identity card and marriage documents if necessary

REGISTRATION PROCESS

  • Deposit half payment in advance
    • Send your proof/slip’s screenshot.
    • Receive your e-ticket of advance payment.

SAFE FUND TRANSFERING THROUTH BANK

MEEZAN BANK

BANK ACCOUNT TITLE – “ALPS TREKKERS AND TOURS”

ACCOUNT NUMBER “03100105112746”

SWIFT CODE “MEZNPKKA”

IBAN “PK33 MEZN 0003100105112746″

TERMS & CONDITIONS

  1. Must keep a sanitizer with you and use it often remember keep it within easy to reach.
    1. Wear a cloth face covering or face mask.
    1. If you are ill or feeling sick like temperature, cough, sneezing does not join the tour, stay home and stay safe and let other to be safe.
    1. Bring enough of your medicine to last you for the entire trip.
  2. The members shall not indulge in any unethical activity (misbehavior with locals or other group members, use of abusive language, use of drugs etc) and may be terminated from tour without warning and will not be refunded any amount.
  3. No illegal or prohibited items will be allowed during the trip. Weapons are not allowed.
  4. On mountainous roads, AC of the vehicle will be on and off to keep the vehicle away from overheating.
  5. Trip Plan can be altered due to weather or political or any other reason deemed appropriate by us in the best interest of participants and organizers will not be held responsible for that.
  6. We reserve the right to cancel the trip without prior notice for any reasons deemed appropriate by us and participants will receive full refund of the advance amount only.
  7. Every humanly possible care will be taken for the safety of members, still each venture can be fraught with endangers of unforeseen natural disasters like avalanches and crevasse falls or any other accidents and sometimes such disasters cannot be ruled out. In any such type of accident during the whole tour, the company, group leader and the tour organizers will not be held responsible in any form.
  8. In case of theft, lost or damage to personal belongings during the trip, organizers will not be held responsible in any case.
  9. Cancellation Policy
  10. 48 HRS or less, 100% cancellation charges of the advanced amount apply.
  11. More than 48 HRS – 50% cancellation charges of the advanced amount apply.
  12. 4 days or more – No cancellation charges.
  13. No amount will be refunded if any person leaves the trip at any stage due to any reason.
  14. Our trips are environment friendly and no damage to the environment will be tolerated.
  15. Our trips are not insured though we exercise the utmost care & safety of all members. We will not be responsible in case of any incident(s) of unforeseen natural calamities like rock/mud sliding, avalanches, slipping/tripping, crevasse falls or any other accidents.
  16. No conflict or violence, whether verbal or via action, is allowed during the trips. Respect different cultures, religions, code of practice, beliefs, and political & geographical affiliations. Non-compliance will be dealt strictly.
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BAHAWALPUR

Bahawalpur is a city in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is one of the ten largest cities of Pakistan and 6th most populous city of Punjab.[6] Bahawalpur is the capital of Bahawalpur Division. Founded in 1748, Bahawalpur was the capital of the former princely state of Bahawalpur, ruled by the Abbasi family of Nawabs until 1955. The Nawabs left a rich architectural legacy, and Bahawalpur is known for its monuments dating from that period.[7] The city lies at the edge of the Cholistan Desert, and serves as the gateway to the nearby Lal Suhanra National Park.

LAL SOHANARA PARK

Lal Sohanara National Park is situated some 35 kilometres east of Bahawalpur and presents a synthesis of forest and desert life. It occupies land on both sides of Desert Branch canal, and is spread over 127,480 acres (51,590 hectares) of which 20,974 acres (8,488 hectares) are green land (irrigated plantations), 101,726 acres (41,167 hectares) are dry land (desert), and 4,780 acres (1,930 hectares) are wet land (ponds and lakes). The park’s terrain is generally flat, interspersed with sand dunes measuring between 1 and 6 meters in height and occupying as many as thousands of acres apiece.

 NOOR MEHAL

The land of Bahawalpur was part of the Hakra Civilization which is one of the oldest in the world, sharing the era of the Egyptian and Mesopotamian Civilizations. These civilizations were well connected via sea and land routes. The Hakra Civilization was mother civilization of “Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa”; read one of the many informative paintings, maps, unique glimpses from the past and historical photographs that were neatly framed and put on display for the viewers and tourists visiting the majestic Noor Mahal. If you visit the Noor Mahal, you may come across a number of maps of Bahawalpur region from different eras, and this information is available under one such map that broadly shows the entire Indian sub-continent of that time.

ABBASI MASJID DERAWAR

Abbasi Mosque is a mosque located close to Derawar Fort in Yazman Tehsil, within the Cholistan Desert in Bahawalpur District, Punjab province of Pakistan.[2] It has a capacity to hold 10,000 worshippers. Abbasi Mosque was built by Nawab Bahawal Khan in 1849.[1] It was built like the Shah Jahani Masjid in Delhi, using the same construction materials

 CHOLISTAN DESERT

The Cholis tan Desert, also locally known as Rohi, is a desert in the southern part of Punjab, Pakistan that forms part of the Greater Thar Desert, which extends to Sindh province and the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is one of two large deserts in Punjab, the other being the Thal Desert. The soils of the tract are saline, alkaline and gypsiferous. The area consists of shifting sand dunes. The dunes reach height of about 100m in greater Cholis tan.

ABBASI MASJID DERAWAR

Abbasi Mosque is a mosque located close to Derawar Fort in Yazman Tehsil, within the Cholistan Desert in Bahawalpur District, Punjab province of Pakistan.[2] It has a capacity to hold 10,000 worshippers. Abbasi Mosque was built by Nawab Bahawal Khan in 1849.[1] It was built like the Shah Jahani Masjid in Delhi, using the same construction materials

 CHOLISTAN DESERT

The Cholis tan Desert, also locally known as Rohi, is a desert in the southern part of Punjab, Pakistan that forms part of the Greater Thar Desert, which extends to Sindh province and the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is one of two large deserts in Punjab, the other being the Thal Desert. The soils of the tract are saline, alkaline and gypsiferous. The area consists of shifting sand dunes. The dunes reach height of about 100m in greater Cholis tan.

 

 

Itinerary

Day 1 :
Day 1

Pickup from ISLAMABAD.
Departure for BAHAWALPUR
Short stay at Motorway
Breakfast at bhera restaurant.
Visit shrine shah LAL SOHANARA PARK.
Visit NOOR MEHAL.
DEPART FOR DEWAWAR.
Reached CAMP.
DINNER AT CAMP SITE.
Night stay.
CHOLISTAN DESERT
DERAWAR FORT
ABBASI MASJID DERAWAR

Day 2 :
Day 2

Breakfast at morning
Departure for Cholistan desert
Explore Derawar fort.
Visit ABBASI MASJID DEEAWAR.
Will see the qualifying round of the JEEP RALLY & BIKE RACE.
Enjoy camel safari (charges not included in package).
Visit Cholistan village.
Back to campsite.
Bonfire and music.
Enjoy fireworks & cultural night.
Dinner at camp.
Overnight stay at camp.

Day 3 :
Day 3

Departure for Khunjarab.
Visit Atta bad Lakes passing through Tunnels.
Visit Passu cones view point.
Adventure at Hussaini Bridge.
Visit Sost bazar.
Visit Khunjarab pass/China Boarder.
Back to Hunza.
Visit old bazar Kareem Abad.
Night stay at Hunza.

Services Include

  • Air-Conditioned vehicle
  • Airport Transfers
  • Breakfasts, Dinners, Tea/Coffee, Snacks
  • Accommodations (4 Nights)
  • English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Driver and Guide’s Food and Accommodation
  • Basic First Aid Kit
  • Toll Taxes and Challans

Services Exclude

  • × Entry tickets
  • × Tea, mineral water, and cold drinks expenses
  • × Extra expense due to the acts of nature and political reasons etc.
  • × Personal insurance of client
  • × Tickets of forts, boating, rafting and parks etc.
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