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2024- Two Days Lahore Sightseeing Tour

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2024- Two Days Lahore Sightseeing Tour

During this two-day Lahore sightseeing tour, you’ll visit historical sites, gardens, and the lively Old Lahore city. You’ll soak in the city’s culture and enjoy its tasty food. See the impressive forts and mosques from the Mughal era, as well as buildings from the British era. Explore the walled city, where you can shop in colourful markets and try delicious local food.


Day :1Historical Lahore

  • Start your day with a visit to the Lahore Fort (Shahi Qila), an iconic Mughal structure dating back to the 16th century. Explore the palaces, gardens, and iconic Sheesh Mahal (Palace of Mirrors).
  • Walk over to Badshahi Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. Marvel at its stunning architecture and take some time for quiet contemplation.
  • Visit the Lahore Museum to delve into the city’s rich history and culture. Admire its extensive collection of artifacts, including relics from the Mughal and Sikh periods.
  • Take a stroll through Shalimar Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its exquisite Mughal architecture and lush greenery

Day: 2Lahore- Second Day

  • Head to Lahore’s Old City area and visit the Wazir Khan Mosque, renowned for its intricate tile work and stunning architecture.
  • Explore the bustling streets of Lahore’s Old City, known for its vibrant bazaars and historic landmarks. Take a rickshaw ride through the narrow alleys of the Walled City.
  • Attend the Wagah Border Flag Ceremony between Pakistan and India.
  • Indulge in dinner at a a rooftop restaurant popular food street such as Gawalmandi or Fort Road Food Street, where you can sample a variety of local dishes and street food delights.
What's included
  • Accommodation: 3-Star Hotel – Breakfast Included
  • Transportation: Car and Guide
  • Guide: Licensed English-Speaking Guide
  • Entry Tickets: Forts and Museums Entry Tickets
  • Invitation Letter: Tourist Visa Invitation Letter 
What's not included
  • Food
  • Tip
  • Personal Equipments
Visa Guide
  • Apply for Pakistan tourist Visa Here: Visa Website 
  • Download Visa Guide
  • If you’re having trouble with your visa application, reach out to us for help and guidance

Which attractions will I visit with Lahore Full Day Sightseeing Tour?

With the Lahore 2 Days Full Day Sightseeing Tour, you’ll explore key attractions including

  • The Lahore Fort,
  • Badshahi Mosque
  • Lahore Museum,
  • Shalimar Gardens
  • Lahore Museum
  • Wazir Khan Mosque
  • Wagah Border
  • and the bustling streets of the Old City

Do I Need a Visa to Travel to Pakistan?

If you’re traveling to Pakistan, you’ll need a visa. Depending on your nationality, you can get it on arrival or apply online before your trip. You can also go to your local Pakistan embassy for a tourist visa. The length of stay varies: e-visas can be up to 3 months (extendable to 6 months), while visas on arrival are valid for 30 days. Make sure to check visa requirements with the authorities as they might change.

What to wear in Pakistan?

In Pakistan, what you wear depends on when and where you’re going. In hot areas, wear light, loose clothes like a shirt and trousers. For cold places, bring warm clothes like a jacket and layers. When visiting mosques, cover your head, arms, legs, and shoulders. Dress modestly and avoid shorts. If you’re unsure, it’s best to dress conservatively

What is the weather like in Pakistan?

  1. June–September: Monsoon season with unpredictable rains, reaching over 45°C (113°F) in June. Floods can occur.

  2. October/November: Post-monsoon season with decreasing temperatures and rainfall. Days are warm, nights cool.

  3. December–February: Winter months with pleasant daytime temperatures around 20°C (68°F) and colder nights, especially in the northern mountains where it snows.

  4. March–May: Hot and dry season with temperatures in the mid-30s°C (95°F) in low-lying areas, getting hotter towards the north.

Is it considered safe to travel to Pakistan?

Although Pakistan has faced challenges in recent years, it’s now generally safe to visit as long as you stay in busy areas. Some people might worry about coming here, but trust us, there’s a lot to discover beyond what you see in the news. You can be confident that Rock Valley Tours wouldn’t take you anywhere unsafe.

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Toni- USA

Couple Traveller

The Lahore tour was excellent. The guide was responsive to emails prior to travel and very helpful. He and the driver did everything possible to offer attractions, info and accommodations when issues arose. I would recommend Rock Valley Tours to anyone traveling in Pakistan.

April 2, 2024

Lisa Naughton

Solo Traveller

Everything about this company was great from the initial organising with Manzoor texts back and forth confirming things to visa assistance. The tour itself to the north was nothing short of fabulous. My guide Saeed was brilliant, patiently answering my myriad of questions to organising special extras – like a tour of the Rawalpindi cricket stadium. The driver Umar was careful and drove well. I cannot promise them enough. Their guidance was top notch, congratulations to them for organisation and professional work

August 24, 2023

Hicham Bouanani

Solo Traveller

Fabulous! Highly recommended. Very professional. These guys do everything in their power to make sure you have an amazing and stress-free trip. And the food is incredible!

February 6, 2020