Islamabad Sightseeing Tours

Islamabad Sightseeing Tour 2020 

Never been to Islamabad? Plan your Islamabad Sightseeing Tour now to witness the second most beautiful capital of the world. Islamabad is the planned city of Pakistan because it serves as the capital of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Ranked in the beautiful capital of the World after London and Berlin. The 10th largest city in Pakistan with a population of almost 2 million. Islamabad was built in 1960 under the direction of President Ayub Khan to replace Karachi as Pakistan’s capital. The city’s master plan divides the city into eight areas, including administrative, diplomatic, residential, educational, industrial, commercial, rural and green areas

Islamabad City Tour is offered by Pakistan Tour and Travel on 7 days of the week. A tour to Islamabad that covers all the major and minor attraction of the capital along with top notch car that give you a comfy ride all the way. Islamabad Sightseeing Tour is available for Foreign and Local tourist, whether you are with family or with friend, or even couple we warmly welcome all of our clients.

We are offering full-day trip to the capital covers variety of popular places. Islamabad sightseeing tours are suitable for couples and foreign tourists from different cities

Islamabad View is one of the most amazing view you will ever witness, the dawn and dusk on Margalla Hills makes it more mesmerizing. One Day Trip to Islamabad from Lahore includes high quality transportation along with the Islamabad Tour Guide cum driver.

In 1 Day Trip from Islamabad we shall visit the following sites:

  • Faisal Mosque
  • Sakarparyian
  • Lok Virsa (Cultural Activity Museum)
  • Centaurus Mall Islamabad
  • Saidpur village
  • Monal Restaurant

Tour Plan

Tour and Travel Services in Islamabad by Pakistan Tour and Travel begin early morning, we shall pick from your desired location and start to explore the city. At first, we will visit the Faisal Mosque, the iconic and religious symbol of Islamabad. The Faisal Mosque depicts modern Muslim architecture, and then we have to move to Lok Virsa, the center of social and cultural activity in the big cities. Sakarparyian is very famous in Islamabad and offers panoramic views of Islamabad. After visiting these places, we will head to the Centaurus Shopping Centre, the latest attraction in Islamabad, with the largest collection of brands under the same roof. It has a large food court and a popular food chain. After an hour of rest, we should head to Saidpur Village, a small village in Islamabad with a variety of restaurants that offer visitors a great view. As soon as we leave the village of Saidpur, the last stop will be the Famous Monal restaurant in the high mountains of Islamabad. The view from Monal of the Whole Twin Cities make you spell bound.  That will be the last point of our tour plan then we drop you off to your desired location to end the tour with amazing great memories.


Some Words about Islamabad Tourist Places

Many tourists are worth a visit to the city, which may include several parks and forests as well as many other monuments and historical sites. This list is made up of some of the most visited places in town, have a look:

Faisal Mosque

The Shah Faisal Mosque is one of the largest mosques in Pakistan and ranks third in the world, behind the Mecca mosque and the Madinah Mosque. There are three believers in various halls and on the ground. The mosque was named Shah Faisal bin Abdul Aziz, the king of Saudi Arabia, because they contributed much to the construction. Built with Turkish architecture, the building features four tall Minars and a Bedouin-shaped hall far from the usual dome. It is located at the foot of the Margalla hills and offers the best views. The Faisal Mosque is a popular sight for tourists to visit and meet on the other side of Pakistan.

Pakistan Monument

Located in the Sakarparyian hill of Islamabad, the Pakistan Monument Museum offers the country’s history and an understanding of the Pakistani movement. The museum honors those who have sacrificed for the establishment of independent homes for Muslims in the subcontinent. The floral design of the monument is for the glomming country. Each leaflet illustrates the story of Pakistan, providing information on Pakistani culture, heritage and history in different ways. The monument symbolizes national unity.

Rawal Lake at Lake View Park

Located on the hills of Barniwala and Magra, Lake Rawal is an artificial reservoir that meets the water needs of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. The lake is 8.8 square feet and is surrounded by various flowering trees, with gardens, picnic areas and secluded trails. Terrace and lake gardens are used for picnics, fishing and boats. The highest point of the garden offers panoramic views of the lake.

With the arrival of Lakeview Park, you can also increase the excitement and excitement of the visitors. The park was built with the efforts of CDA (Capital Development Authority) Chairman Kamran Lashari. Located on the shores of Lake Laval, the park is a recreation area that meets international standards. A well organized park with all the basic amenities, including walks, beautiful gardens with various flowers, playing areas with lots of games and riding, fishing, boats, climbing of rock, F1 racing and more. The park also has a multi-cuisine restaurant serving grilled specialties. Guests can enjoy live music and sing there. Without a visit to the lakes and parks, a visit to Islamabad is not complete.

Lok Virsa Museum

Lok Virsa is the best cultural heritage of Pakistan in the Sakarparyian Hills. Shows a wide range of embroidery, jewelry, woodwork, metalwork, block printing, ivory and bone, as well as murals, glass and marble murals; tile, mosaic and stucco window coverings are also displayed. The museum established the Folk Museum in early 1982. In 2004, it was named the National Museum of Ethnology of Pakistan, commonly known as the Lok Virsa Heritage Museum. The purpose of perseverance is to establish a connection between the ancestral culture and the youth culture, thus receiving education and building a treasure trove for the next generation. It’s a great way to promote culture to foreigners.

Taxila Museum

One of the oldest museums in Pakistan is the Taxila Museum, located in the Taxila district, with important archaeological sites. The museum focuses on the art form of Gandharan and was opened to the public by Sir Habibullah in 1924. The museum consists of 4,000 items on display, including stone, plaster, clay, silver, gold, steel and semi-precious stones. The display consists mainly of objects from 600 BC to 500 AD. There are also a large number of Buddhist pagodas, most of which were discovered during the archaeological excavations of Taxila. A great way to connect with the heritage.

Pir Sohawa

Pir Sohawa, a growing tourist area on the top of Margalla, is often referred to as part of Islamabad but geographically located in the Haripur area. Located at 4,000 feet above sea level, it is known for its beautiful scenery and is the perfect choice for family gatherings and picnics. A popular Monal restaurant is popular every day, offering food and great views. When exploring the capital of Islamabad, this is a great place to visit. Perfume and cold wind will make you fall into the city again.

Damn e Kooh

The magnificent view of Islamabad is located between the hills of Margalla, as its name and Damn e Kooh are clearly visible. It is 2,400 feet above sea level and is one of the most visited places of the year. The cool breeze and panoramic views of the city allow you to linger for a while. This is the midpoint of Pir Sohawa’s visitors. There is a large parking area with telescopes for enthusiastic observers and a restaurant to make your stay even more special. A great picnic place with a good atmosphere.

Margalla Hills

The Margalla Mountains range from the mountains of the Himalayas to 12,605 hectares. The highest peak is Tilla Charouni. The hills provide a perfect gateway to the city, not even leaving. Quiet environment, full of adventure and excitement. Suitable for hikers and hikers from the city. Hiking can be steep and dry, and there are many wild snakes. The climate there is pleasant and there is heavy snow in winter. The private club also offers paragliding and hang gliding as well as competent staff. Rock climbing is also a common tourist activity. In addition, the discoverers also have a wide variety of flora and fauna. The Margalla Hills also have a small Margalla National Park.


Shakarparian is a historic spot with lush green gardens and another picnic spot in the capital, Islamabad. It is located near the zero point, near the star and crescent monument that Shakarparian began. The historical significance of the area is that its parade venue will host the Pakistan Day Parade on March 23. The area offers stunning views of the twin city, shares its advantages with the rose and jasmine gardens, and the trees maintain a pleasant atmosphere to provide a clean place for the public, picnic and children’s play area.

Islamabad Zoo

The Islamabad Zoo was built under the supervision of the CDA in 1978, when it occupied an area of ​​about 82 acres. At first it became the leopard of India at the end of 2008, the haven of spotted deer and gazelle, making the zoo the seat of entertainment and wildlife sanctuaries. There are also a variety of Aves, mammals and reptiles. Children are the best way to explore families and children, they are totally immersed in different kinds of birds and enjoy different free rides.


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