Local Foundation have restored a 1930’s home to reminisce of the glories past of Karachi
Traditional Rickshaw Ride (15 Minutes)
Abdullah Shah Ghazi Shrine
An eighth-century Muslim mystic and Sufi whose shrine is located in the Clifton neighborhood of Karachi, Pakistan.
Visit Karachi Beach commonly known as Sea view comes alive as different street vendor heads to beach for good business, Camel rides along with traditional sand buggies are a common side.
Visit Jehangir Kotri Parade with Bagh Jinnah
Build on land donated by a local businessman Seth Jehangir in 1919, is a colonial era promenade pavilion now features one of the largest urban gardens of Karachi with the name Bagh-e—Jinnah
Visit one of the oldest souvenir markets in Karachi surrounded by colonial era Victorian architecture is now also famous for local cotton clothing brands, the market is open late night.
We can end the tour by Visiting Karachi Food Street
Food Street of Karachi
Burns road is a street in the heart of old neighborhood of Karachi, after the partition from British India, people from different cities in India migrated and settled in Karachi, at burns road they started opening restaurants during1950’s and it has since been go-to place for food lovers, the food street is famous for its traditional sub-continent mouthwatering food item such as Nihari, Haleem, Biryani, Kababs, fried fish and desserts such as rabri and Gulab Jamun