Explore Ranikot at Night – Wall of Sindh
Join us on Independence Day Celebrations as we Travel to the Great Wall of Sindh, The 2nd Largest Wall after the Great Wall of China and the Largest Fort in the World, to Sift through the Pages of History and Explore the Might of a Great Lost Civilization .. Hiking through the Mountains, Climbing the Walls, Exploring the Fresh Water Springs & Much More!
Ranikot Fort (Sindhi: ) is a historical fort near Sann, Jamshoro District, Sindh, Pakistan. Ranikot Fort is also known as The Great Wall of Sindh and is believed to be the world’s largest fort with a circumference of approximately 26 kilometers (16 mi). Since 1993, it has been on the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The original purpose and architects of Ranikot Fort are unknown. Some archaeologists attribute it to Arabs, or possibly built by a Persian noble under the Abbasids by Imran Bin Musa Barmaki who was the Governor of Sindh in 836. Others have suggested a much earlier period of construction attributing to at times the Sassanians Persians and at times to the Greeks. Even though a prehistoric site of Amri is nearby, there is no trace of any old city inside the fort and the present structure has little evidence of prehistoric origins.
- 05:00 PM: Meet Up in Karachi
- 05:30 PM: Departure from Karachi
08:00 PM: Dinner at Highway (Chicken Karahi & Daal or Mix Vegetables)
- 11:00 PM: Reached Ranikot Fort
- 11:30 PM: Camps Setup
Overnight stay in Camps
- 05:30 AM: Sunrise from Mirikot Fort
- 06:00 AM: Breakfast & Tea
- 07:00 AM: Visit of Ruins of Ranikot fort and trek to Fairy Pond (Enjoy fish foot message)
- 10:00 AM: Back to Mirikot Fort
- 11:00 PM: Visit Sungate of Ranikot Fort
- 02:00 PM: Lunch at Highway
- 06:00 PM: Back to Karachi