Cost Rs: 21,500 per head with Coaster from Islamabad (13 to 20 People)

Cost Rs: 23,500 per head with Hi-Roof from Islamabad (8 to 12 People)

Cost Rs: 27,000 per head with APV / BRV from Islamabad (5 to 7 People)

Cost Rs: 27,000 per head with Corolla Car from Islamabad (4 People)

Places to be visited:

  • Golra Shareef
  • Imam Bari
  • Data Darbar
  • Bibi Pak Daman
  • Baba Bulley Shah Shrine
  • Darbar Hazrat Bahauddin Zakariya
  • Hazrat Shah Rukhn-e-Alam
  • Hazrat Shah Shams Sabzwari
  • Laal Shahbaz Qalander

Day 1:

  • Arrival at Meet up point 7:30 am
  • Departure from Islamabad 8:00 am
  • Reach at Imam Bari 8:40 am
  • Leave for Golra Shareef 9:30 am
  • Leave for Lahore 10:20 am
  • Reach at Abdul Hassan Hajwiri Mazar 3:40pm
  • Leave for Bibi Pak Daman 5:00 Pm
  • Dinner & Night stay At Lahore Hotel

Day 2:

  • Breakfast at Hotel 8:00 am
  • Leave for Multan
  • Reach Multan 12 : 00 am
  • Visit Darbar Bahauddin Zakariya, Shah Rukhn-e-Alam (URS  17 October)
  • Dinner & Night stay At Multan 7:30 pm

Day 3:

  • Breakfast at Hotel 7:00 am
  • Leave for Sehwan 8:30 pm
  • Reach at Sehwan 7:00 pm
  • Dinner and Night stay at Sehwan Hotel

Day 4:

  • Breakfast at Hotel 9:00 am
  • Visit Darbar Lal Shahbaz Qalandar
  • Dinner & Night stay At Multan Hotel

Day 5:

  • Breakfast at Hotel 8:00 am
  • Visit Darbar Hazrat Shah Shams Sabzwari
  • Leave for Multan
  • Reach at Multan 9:00 pm


Standard: Mehran Hotel Multan, New Pride Hotel Multan, Lal Shahbaz Hotel STDC, Sehwan Devine Hotel,  Al Burhan Hotel Lahore, Rose Palace Hotel Lahore, Hotel Premiere Inn Davis Road, Green Land Hotel Lahore  or similar


  • Transportation
  • Hotel Accommodation (3- 4 person sharing)
  • Quality Food (Breakfast + Dinner)
  • All toll and Taxes
  • Services of a Guide


  • Lunch
  • Porters (for carrying personal equipment of participant)
  • Extra expenses due to landslides \ road blocks
  • Tea, Mineral water and Cold drinks expense
  • Extra expenses due to the acts of nature and political reasons etc.
  • Any item not mentioned above
  • Medication, evacuation and rescue etc. in emergencies
  • Personal insurances of clients

Laundry, beverages & phone calls or other expenses of personal nature


Standard: Mehran Hotel Multan, New Pride Hotel Multan, Lal Shahbaz Hotel STDC,Sehwan Devine Hotel,  Al Burhan Hotel Lahore, Rose Palace Hotel Lahore, Hotel Premiere Inn Davis Road, Green Land Hotel Lahore  or similar

Our Terms & Conditions are strictly followed and applied. We encourage you to read and agree with them carefully before booking a trip with us.

Registered members will be provided with an undertaking form at the start of the trip having the details of the trip along with the mentioned terms & conditions. All members will be required to physically sign that form along with thumb impression. (Mandatory)

1. The members shall not be indulged in any act reflecting moral or character failing during the activities.

  1. Using drugs or found party to drug sale or possession is strictly prohibited. If anyone finds or caught using any kind of drug will be expelled from the trip right away on the spot and the person will not be eligible for any kind of refund.
  2. Use of violent behavior including altercation, insinuations of indecent kind, verbal and physical abuse and assault, aggravated behavior, or any other act amounting to unbecoming of member are strictly prohibited.
  3. All members would give extra care for the local environmental care .Garbage (tins. Water bottles, wrappers etc) shall be suitably disposed without polluting water sources.
  4. The host reserves the right to cancel trip without prior notice for any reasons deemed appropriate by them. In such a case the registered participants will receive full refund.
  5. During the trip, the itineraries may be affected by reasons beyond control of the hosts. In such situation, organizers will not be held responsible in any case.
  6. on steep ascends in mountainous areas; air conditioned of the buses will be operational on on-off basis to keep the vehicles from overheating.
  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 duration of the trip, organizers will not be held responsible in any case.

For Booking:

–   Deposit 50% Advance Payment at the time of Booking

  • 50% a week before Departure

Account Details:

  1. Bank Transfer
  • Habib Metro Politan Bank LTD
  • Ac Title: Norwest Tourism and Pilgrimage
  • IBAN PK 26 MPBL 0289 0671 4011 2234
  1. Cash Payment
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Pir of Golra Shareef Islamabad (Pir Meher Ali Shah) (1859 – 1937) Poet and Sufi Scholar Urs (27 – 29 Safar)

Meher Ali Shah was a Sufi scholar from British India belonging to the Chishti order. His three-day Urs is held every year from 27th to 29th Safar.

One verse from his famous poem

Glory to Allah, who created thee (O Holy Prophet!) in the most beautiful, the best, and the most perfect mould.
Who is (the humble) Meher Ali to chant thy praises;
How (presumptuous and) impudent his eyes are to aspire to the heights of thy love!

Bari Imam Sarkar Islamabad (Hazrat Shah Abd al Latif Kazmi Qadri) (1617 – 1705) Sufi Ascetic Urs (25 – 29 May)

Hazrat Sayyid Shah ʿAbd al-Laṭīf Kazmi Qadri, often referred to as Barī Imām or Barī Sarkār, or reverentially as Imam Bari was a 17th-century Sufi ascetic from Punjab who was the most prominent Sufi of the Qadiriyya order and venerated as the patron saint of Islamabad.

Daata Ganj Bakhsh Lahore (Ali Hajver) (1009 – 1072) Sufi Scholar Urs (18 -19 -20 Nov)

Daata Ganj Bakhsh real name is Ali Usman. He is also known as Ali Usman Hajveri, Daata Sahib. He was born in 400 A.H. He belonged to a Syed family (direct descendant of the Holy Prophet P.B.U.H). He was a great Persian Sufi scholar, writer and poet who lived during the 5th Century AH (11th Century AD)

Quote of Ali Hajveri

His most excellent form of Ibadah is to oppose your desires.

Bibian Pak Daman Lahore (Urs 25-27 Feb)

Bibian Pak Daman, which means the “chaste lady”, is the collective name of the six ladies believed to interred at this mausoleum, though it is also popularly used to refer to the personage of Hazrat Ruqayyah bint Ali alone.

Baba Bulleh Shah Kasur (Syed Abdullah Shah Qadri) (1680 – 1757) (Urs 26-27 Aug)

The greatest Sufi poet of the Punjab was Mir Bulleh Shah Qadiri Shatari. “Because of his pure life and high spiritual attainments, he is equally popular among all communities. Scholars and dervishes have called him “The Sheikh of Both the Worlds,” “The man of God,” “The Knower of Spiritual Grace” and by other equally edifying titles. Considered as the greatest mystic poet of the Punjab, his compositions have been regarded as “the pinnacle of Sufi literature.” His admirers compare his writings and philosophy to those of Rumi and Shams-i-Tabriz. At present, he is held in equally great esteem in Northern India and Pakistan.

“ In your devilish acts, you may think of demolishing a mosque or temple, or anything you can demolish but refrain from breaking the heart of human; because Allah Almighty is in every heart “

Baba Farid Pakpattan (Farīd al-Dīn Masʿūd Ganj-i-Shakar) (1173 – 1266) (Urs 7 May)

Farīd al-Dīn Masʿūd Ganj-i-Shakar was a 12th-century Punjabi Muslim preacher and mystic. Who went on to become “one of the most revered and distinguished … Muslim mystics” of the medieval period

Bahauddin Zakariya Multan (Abu Muhammad Bahauddin Zakariya) (1107- 1262) (Urs 17 -19 Oct)

Abu Muhammad Bahauddin Zakariya, later known simply as Bahauddin Zakariya, was born around 1170 CE in Kot Kehror (now known as Karor Lal Esan), a town near the ancient city of Multan, in the southern part of the Punjab province of modern Pakistan.

Shah Rukn-e-Alam Multan (Sheikh Rukn-ud-Din Abul Fateh) (1251 – 1335) (Urs 22 – 24 Jan)

Shah Rukne Alam was the son of Pir Sadar-Al-Din Arif. He was born in Multan on Friday, the 9th of Ramadan 649 Hijri (26 November 1251). He was the grandson and successor of Sheikh Baha-ud-din Zakariya. Shah RukneAlam died on Friday, the 7th of Jumada al-awwal 735 Hijri (3 January 1335).

Hazrat Pir Shah (Shamsuddin Sabzwari) Multani (1165 – 1276) (Urs 1 – 3 June)

 Hazrat Pir Shah Shamsuddin Sabzwari Multani was a Muslim Sufi missionary and Pir (Sufism) from Sabzawar in present-day Iran. Shamsuddin Sabzwari arrived in Multan in early 1200C.E. in modern Pakistan, established a dargah and preached Islam to the local population. Shamsuddin Sabzwari is considered to be a saint due to his poetry and the local traditions

Laal Shahbaz Qalander Sehwan Sharif (Hazrat Usman Marwandi) (1177 – 1274) (Urs 18 – 21 Shaban 6 Aug)

Hazrat Usman marwandi popularly known as Lal Shahbaz Qalandar (Sindhi: لعل شھباز قلندر‎), was a scholar, Sufi saint and religious-poet of Indian subcontinent.[3][4] He is revered and respected by both Muslims and Hindus in the region since he preached religious tolerance between the faiths.[1][2] He was called Lal (“ruby-colored”) after his usual red attire and “Shahbaz” to denote a noble and divine spirit and “Qalandar” as he was a wandering holy man.[1] The spiritual song “Dama Dam Mast Qalandar“, based on an original version from the 13th century, glorifies the saint and his teachings and in recent decades has been widely popular within the Indian subcontinent.

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