An expedition to the Salt Range in Punjab will be an unforgettable experience. The range is around 300 kilometres long and contains the great salt mines of Khewra and Warcha on a territory of low hills and mountains between the valleys of the Indus and Jhelum rivers, with the Indus going through the range at Kalabagh point. The area is also famed for its rich paleontological findings and discoveries of fossils. There are also eritage and historical sites and ancient centres of religious pilgrimage such as Mari Indus; early Mughal sites such as Takht-e-Babri, the Throne of Emperor Babar, and his Bagh-e-Safa, which was referred to as the first Mughal Garden in Asia, are to be found in Kallar Kahar in the middle of the Salt Range.
The venue we have provided is a 250-acre private-property which consists of serene and magical settings with mountains as the backdrop as well as a natural stream running through the property.