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One-day Tour to Taxila

Explore the stunning Buddhist civilization at Taxila's archaeological sites, including sculptures, stupas, and monasteries from 2000 years back. Take a guided one-day Islamabad tour To Taxila through the ruins and learn about the history as it transitioned from different empires. Also, visit Dharmarajika Stupa, an ancient Buddhist site that historians believe is one of the oldest in South Asia. Taxila is one of the oldest archeological sites in the world and a city of knowledge worldwide. Over the centuries, Taxila has undergone many ownership changes, with various rulers and kingdoms competing for control due to its strategic location. In 1980, Taxila was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In 2006, The Guardian named it the best tourist destination in Pakistan.

With its many attractions, Taxila is an unforgettable destination for travelers seeking to discover the region's history.

Taxila Museum

Located in Taxila, the famous archeological site to visit on Islamabad Tour, it is regarded as one of the most significant archaeological places in the world that display the remains of old civilization. The construction was started in 1918 and completed in 1928. if you visit the museum, you will see a northern gallery which was added much later, in 1998. From the 1st through the 7th century, the museum houses an extensive collection of Gandharan art. Closely 1,400 Gandharan antiques are among the museum's 4,000 artifacts, which fascinate archeologists and people interested in old civilization. Plus, a 4th-century statue of a meditating Buddha can be found at the museum. 

The Taxila Museum accommodates a display of ancient Buddhist stone sculptures. Take a journey through time and witness the artistry of the creative Gandharan people by visiting the Taxila Museum. You learn about Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism through their artifacts, and you learn the value of tolerance and acceptance of different religions. Tourist visit Taxila Museum to discover the historic Gandhara Civilization, one of the earliest civilizations in the world, and understand their beliefs and lifestyle.

Dharmarajika stupa

Dharmarajika Stupa, or Taxila Great Stupa, is a Buddhist stupa near Taxila, Pakistan. Ashoka built it in the third century BC on the Buddha relic. The complex for the stupa and the large monastery was developed later around it, which are also part of the ruins of Taxila. However, it was also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980.


Taxila's second fortified city, Sirkap, has long been the subject of historical, archaeological, and artistic studies. It is named after a figure in folklore, "Raja Rasalu and the Seven Demon Kings," who lived and ruled here. Sirkap comprises the western end of Hathial Spur, on the banks of the Tamra River, about 2 km from the Taxila Museum. Moreover, It has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1980, so it's amazing to visit such a unique site in one day tour. 

Mohra Muradu

The ruins of Taxila in Punjab, Pakistan, include Mohra Muradu, another ancient Buddhist stupa, and a monastery. This ancient monastery is located in a valley overlooking the surrounding mountains. The monks can meditate in complete silence at this place, but they are very close to the slums of Sirsukh, only 1.5 kilometers away. The ancient city is said to have been founded in the second century AD and renovated in the fifth century.

The place has three distinct parts: the main, the votive, and the monastery. It has been marked on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1980 under the leadership of Taxila.

Jaulian Monastery

The grand monastery of Julain is one of the historical sites which is dated back to the 2nd century BC. Jaulian is situated atop a hill, elevated 100 meters above the neighboring modern village of Jaulian in Taxila. The capital city Islamabad and Rawalpindi are approximately 45 km/ 35 km southeast, respectively, near Khanpur Taxila Road—a picnic spot near Khanpur Dam, another amazing place to visit on Islamabad Tour. Jaulian is located near the Mohra Muradu Monastery and the ancient city of Sirsukh Tahilan. Also, the ruins of Piplan, Badalpur Stupa, and Jinnah Wali Dheri Stupa are nearby. We are bringing an exciting tour to this historical place at the best price. 





Taxila is undoubtedly a paradise for archaeologists and heterophile. Our tour guide on Islamabad Day Tour will thoroughly explain each site to our tourists. They are English-speaking guides who will accompany you during the tour. We also ensure timely hotel pickup and drop-off in Islamabad. We shall pay a visit to these fantastic places in Taxila: ​​Taxila Museum Dharmarajika stupa Sirkap Mohra Muradu Jaulian Monastery
What You Have Paid For
  • A/C Transportation.
  • Meals (Lunch)
  • Tour Guide on Sites
  • Tolls and Taxes.
  • Entry Ticket for Museum
  • Entry Ticket for Dharma Rajika Stupa
  • Entry Ticket for Sirkap
  • Entry Ticket for Jaulian Monastery
  • Pick & Drop.
Participants need to bring
  • Day Bag
  • Joggers
  • Personal Medicines
Child Policy
  • Children under 3 years will be Free of Cost (maximum 2 Children).
  • Children of age 3 to 11 years will be charged half the price of the adult package.
  • Children of 11 and above will be charged the complete package cost as adult

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