7 Day
food, Hotel&Camping
Islamabad, Punjab

Pilgrimage to Sikh Holy Sites in Pakistan



Pakistan is becoming one of the best destinations for world tourists. The tourism industry was at it’s peak in Pakistan earlier in 90s but due to some global and regional instability, tourist’s attention moved away. Since, Pakistan’s stabilization, prosperity and peace getting world’s tourist attention again. This country has rich and wide opportunities of religious, cultural, heritage, eco and mountain tourism. There are multiple and magnificent tourist destinations. Nevertheless, mountain tourism is generating huge revenue but Government of Pakistan has acknowledged the religious tourism and has been doing plenty of easing initiatives. In this regard Pilgrimage to Sikh Holy Sites in Pakistan has a vital place in Pakistan’s Religious Tourism. We have organized a complete tour package to offer pilgrimage for Sikh community in Pakistan.



Though, the Capital of Pakistan is beautiful and have multiple tourist attractions like Faisal Mosque, Daaman e Koh, Pakistan Museum, Pakistan Monument, Rawal Dam and Lok Versa heritage Museum. But also there is an ancient stylish human settlement along with food street town called Saidpur Village. This tourist spot has an old and Historic Temple. The Capital of Pakistan’s complete pictorial view of its transfer from Karachi (Old capital of Pakistan) to its transformation as New Capital of Pakistan, the green city.


Sikh Community Demographics


National Database and Registration Authority of Pakistan stated that there are 6146 Sikhs registered in Pakistan while Sikh Resource and Study Center reports claimed that there are 50000 Sikhs living in Pakistan. The most of Sikh population settled in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province and in Sindh and Punjab too.


Janam Sthan at Nankana Sahib


Gurduwara Janam Astan also known as Nankana Sahib, is a highly well-regarded gurdwara that was built at the site where the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, was believed to be born. Nankana Sahib is located in Punjab and this Gurdwara completed in 1819 A.D. This city was known as Talwandi which founded by Rai Bhoi, a wealthy Landlord.


Lahore Museum (Sikhism Gallery)

Lahore Museum’s royal red-brick building is the combination of the old ritual of Mughal architecture. It stands out among the constructions built in Lahore during the British period (1849-1947). This building is home to the country’s largest and first-born assortment of ancient, national and creative objects. Its collections of Gandhara sculpture, small paintings, rare manuscripts and old coins are known throughout the world. The Sikhism Gallery is well-known and has scattered at wider display inside of the museum. The ancient times of Sikhism and modernization of Sikh community also depicts in the Museum through artistic mastery. The Sikh community enjoys and learn through the rare manuscripts and old memories of their ancients. The pictures depict their religious leaders sacrifices before partition of sub-continent, during and after its settlement. The instruments, 3D and artistic displays depicts the religious revolutions in Pakistan.


Kartarpur Gurdwara (Guru Nanak Sahib)


Kartarpur is a beautiful town located in Shakargarh, Norowal District of Punjab, Pakistan. The Kartarpur Corridor is a Visa-Free border crossing and safe corridor. The first guru of Sikhism “Guru Nanak” founded Kartarpur Gurdwara in 1522 and established the ever first Sikh commune. It ais also claimed as the largest gurdwara in the world. This 16th century Gurdwara at Kartarpur is important for Sikhs as Guru Nanak Dev who spent eighteen years here. There are 20.8 million Sikhism followers in India. They are just 2.5 miles away to reach Pakistan at the historic Kartarpur. It has renovated and recently opened to all Sikh community and international tourists.

It is interesting to count 44951 pilgrims travelled through the Kartarpur corridor at Pakistan’s Sri Kartarpur Gurdwara since the opening of this rout in November 2019. This ancient construction has magnificent views and mastery of architectural artistry. It is significant because of its location as it lies near the border between Pakistan and India. One of the writers tried to draw attention by claiming that; after Guru Nanad death, Muslims want to offer funeral while Hindus wanted to cremate his body. But the Guru Nanak’s body TURNED into flowers, later divided these flowers between the communities. There are FOUR major occasions where every year Sikh community visit the gurdwara.; on Baisakhi (14 April), the death anniversary of Mahara Ranjit Singh (27 June), the martyrdom day of Guru Arjan Dev (16 June) and the birthday of Guru Nanak Dev (29 November).


Places to be Visited

  • Islamabad
  • Rawal Lake
  • Islamabad MonumentLok Virsa Museum
  • Faisal Mosque
  • Daaman e Koh
  • Historic templeat Said Pur Village
  • Hassanabdal
  • Gurdwara Panja Sahib
  • Taxila Museum
  • Gandhara civilization
  • Lahore
  • Lahore Museum(Sikh Gallery).
  • Gurdwara Baba Nanki.
  • Shrineof Guru Aryan Dev
  • Samadhiof Maharaja Ranjit Singh
  • Nankana Sahib
  • Guru Ka DarshanGurdwara Janam Asthan
  • Kartarpur
  • Gurdwara Darbar Sahib
  • Anarkali Bazar 
  • Wahga Border

Tour Itinerary for International Tourists

Day-1 (Islamabad)

  • Pick up from Islamabad Airport
  • Check in to Hotel

Day-2 (Islamabad) Places to be visited

  • Breakfast
  • Rawal Lake
  • Islamabad Monument & Lok Virsa Museum
  • Faisal Mosque
  • Lunch at Daaman e Koh (Tourist Spot)
  • Historic temple at Said Pur Village & local Bazar.
  • Back to hotel for Dinner

Day-3 (Islamabad – Hassan Abdal) Places to be visited

  • Breakfast
  • Travel to Hassanabdal. (64 Km – 55 mins)
  • Gurdwara Panja Sahib, where you can meditate, pray & Join the Langar
  • Taxila Museum & 3000years old site of Gandhara civilization
  • Back to hotel at Islamabad

Day-4 (Islamabad – Lahore)

  • Breakfast
  • Depart for Lahore. (375 Km – 4 h 30 mins)
  • Stop at Historical town of Bhera for lunch
  • Arrive in Lahore & check into Hotel.

Day-5 (Lahore) Places to be visited

  • Breakfast.
  • Lahore Museum (Sikh Gallery).
  • Gurdwara Baba Nanki.
  • Langar at Gurdwara.
  • Shrine of Guru Aryan Dev (Gurdwara Dehra Sahib).
  • Samadhi of Maharaja Ranjit Singh
  • Back to hotel for Dinner

Day-6 (Lahore – Nankana Sahib) Places to be visited

  • Breakfast
  • Depart for Nankana Sahib (Birth Place of Guru Nanak) (76 Km – 1.5 Hrs).
  • Guru Ka DarshanGurdwara Janam Asthan
  • Other holy Places.
  • Back to hotel at Lahore

Day-7 (Lahore – Kartarpur) Places to be visited

  • Breakfast
  • Depart to Kartarpur(125 Km – 3 Hrs).
  • Gurdwara Darbar Sahib where Guru Nanak is believed to have died.
  • Return back to Lahore late evening.

Day-8 (Lahore) Places to be visited

  • Breakfast
  • Anarkali Bazar & shopping
  • Wahga Border in the afternoon. (28 Km – 50 mins)
  • Back to hotel for Dinner

Day-9 (Lahore – Islamabad)

  • Breakfast
  • Depart for Islamabad. (4 h 30 mins 375 Km)
  • Arrive in Islamabad.
  • Check into Hotel.

Day-10 (Islamabad – Airport)

  • Breakfast
  • Leisure time and drop at Airport


From Islamabad: US Dollars $ 1380 /- (United State Dollars One Thousand Three Hundred and Eighty) per head on twin sharing basis (for Group of More than 15 People)


Note: This rate is subject to changes due to currency fluctuation. The price may change according to the size of group.

Suitable Time:     April to December

What’s Included

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Hotel accommodations on twin sharing basis
  • Luxury Transport
  • Travel Guide


50% at the time of confirmed booking

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Booking & Information:

  • NOTE: It is recommended to book your trip at least 1 month in Advance.
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