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At dawn, Pack your bags. rub the sleep out of your eyes and get ready to picked up for the snorkeling and scuba diving trip to Charna Island Located in the Arabian Sea, this small, uninhabited island can be accessed from Mubarak Village, a fishing settlement near the Hub Power Plant on the outskirts of Karachi. Get into our vehicle along with other divers and make your way first to Mubarak Village. On the way to the village, you will drove by past rocky hills and sparse wild greenery, punctuated by brown and dusty land that seems to stretch on for miles before giving way to Sonera Beach. It will take roughly an hour to reach Mubarak Village. The Shinning sun and the winter breeze and the white sand will fascinate you. As you clambered on board, your boat swayed towards the open sea. A dozen shades of blue will surround you, the calm waves glistening under the sky as though the water had been scattered with jewels. As you will be closer to Charna, you will be given snorkeling gear and will be taught how to use it. Those who are nervous about scuba diving can chose to snorkel instead of being weighed down by an oxygen tank. you will dive in one after the other once the boats are anchored. The diverse marine life is surrounded by: dolphins, sting rays, cuttle fish, parrot fish, angel fish, banner fish, puffer fish, turtles, moray eel, moon angel fish, red snapper and barracudas. “Whale sharks have also been spotted at Charna during the migratory season at the end of the summer, Leap of Faith:it is time to go cliff jumping: a 25 to 30 foot leap into the water. The idea is frightening, but at the same time exhilarating.One, two, three. JUMP! Off the cliff, sailing into the open arms of the sea below. while it may last just a few precious seconds, the feeling of the water coming up to meet you can never be forgotten. As the sea started to swell, it is time to say a reluctant goodbye to the island. We will be back to the village, a cup of tea in your hands to prevent the cold from taking hold, get ready for a change of clothes and some food. Dropping you back to your hotel or Residence in Karachi along with a lot of memories to cherish.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Food Centre Burns RoadIt is said that if you have a stomach of steel and taste buds with a passion for adventure, then Karachi has some of the best Pakistani street food to serve your palates. Karachi, the most metropolitan and the city of migrants, has plenty of vegetarian and meaty street food choices to make. Here only a single item on the menu, such as Cholay (chick peas), will be available in 100+ tastes with different vendors. We will visit our favorite local vendors in old Karachi and try the traditionals (25-40 years old) such as Chana chaat, Pani Puri, Kachori, Samosa, Pakora, Jalebi, Kabab Rolls and many to list. To complement the soar throat, we will have choice of beverages and dessert Lassi, Faluda, Kulfi, Rabri, Chai, etc.We will be traveling in a 3-wheeler Rikshaw, which is one of the best commutes for the old town. As we hustle and bustle in the vibrant narrow streets, you will also learn about the history while viewing the heritage which is inclosed within the brisk of development around. Duration: 3 hours
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DetailsHyderabad is a potpourri of different religions, languages & cultures coming together and influencing each other. This is reflected in the array of unique local delicacies that are found especially in its street stalls. We’ll meet up at Charminar and stroll through the streets and alleys of the old city. Authentic local delicacies like the Haleem, Phirni, Boti Kebab, Qubani ka Meetha & more are what we’ll taste and relish in this food tour. What’s more? We’ll get to see how Vark – edible silver leaf, is made and also visit a café for special Irani tea and bite into some famous Karachi biscuits. This food tour ends as we make our way back to Charminar.
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