Pakistan is a prehistoric land, the cradle of one of the four ancient civilizations. Many historical processes have left their indelible marks on the land and its people. Little wonder then, Pakistani society can claim a remarkable ability to accept, accommodate and produce new social and cultural trends, art and crafts.
From the prehistoric habitations of Mehrgarh to ancient civilizations in the fertile plains of the Indus Valley and the verdant hills of Gandhara, the people of Pakistan have inherited a genius that informs their heritage.
The influence of ancient Pakistan transcended boundaries – geographical as well as political – to areas as far as the edges of South, Central and East Asia. Mehrgarh’s landmark cultivation of food, Indus Valley’s urban settlements and Gandhara’s syncretic art continue to remind the world of the immense share of ancient Pakistan to the development of human civilization. Roam Around arranges small group tours to these archeological sites with trained guides having in depth knowledge of the history of these places.