Guests will be picked up in the morning and taken to Clifton beach connected to the Arabian Sea. Walk on the soft beach sand, pick some seashells, and take this time to align your chakras.
The sound of the waves crashing and the cool wind at the deep blue sea is nothing short of a meditative experience. Enjoy the unique experience of a camel ride on the seashore.
We will visit the Frere hall next. This 1865 building was designed in a Venetian-Goth style using local as well as British architecture elements. We will then walk to the nearby National Museum of Pakistan and cherish the rich past and historic achievements of the country.
Take a 15 mins walk to the popular Caf Bogie. Built in the skeleton of a defunct train bogie, this less known eatery serves some amazing pizza variants, chicken tikka, and bbq dough sandwiches. Stop for lunch and enjoy the lively ambiance.
We drive for approximately 25 minutes from the beach to arrive at an artist colony and explore the underground art scene in Karachi. The Commune Artist Colony is a local Pakistani designer s brainchild, who turned a regular tobacco warehouse into a hotbed of graffiti artists, painters, muralists, and more. Zoom into the creative mindset of Pakistani artists as every wall in this artist colony is a montage of graffiti and paintings from different artists depicting the cultural influences of Pakistan in their work.
From Commune we drive for approximately 20 minutes to reach another artistic space called TDF Ghar to have snacks with the founder of this space.
This creative hub is a restored 1930s house (Ghar in Urdu) that has been turned into informal learning where people from all walks of life can discuss all things culture, science, poetry, and arts. Our guests would love the heritage and history of the city reflecting in this house located in the heart of old Karachi. Original hand-crafted tiles, a cozy reading area, and an alfresco seating area with lush green vines wrapped around raw bamboo poles called the Sehan Caf TDF Ghar s vintage environment promises an enchanting experience.
You will visit the Tariq Road area for some value for money shopping for fabrics, dresses, jewelry, and shoes. You can also shop for traditional sherwanis (traditional wedding dress for men), lehengas (traditional embellished skirts for women), dupattas (stoles) for your attendance of the main event tomorrow. We will be taking you to attend a local wedding event as a guest. Dinner will be served at The Pakistani.
To end your journey at this fine dining restaurant you will be served the best cuisine from Baluchistan. This is the biggest province of Pakistan and has a mountainous and coastal terrain where for centuries meat and seafood have been the preferred diet. We would recommend the Goat Ribs, Northwestern Mutton Karahi, and the Tawa Fry Fish.