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    Default TDCP 7th CHOLISTAN JEEP RALLY 2012

    Cholistan Desert Jeep Rally 2012

    TDCP 7th CHOLISTAN JEEP RALLY 2012 -362569

    TDCP 7th Cholistan Jeep Rally 2012, Pakistan's Biggest Motorsports Event

    Time : Thursday, February 16th at 12.00AM Until Sunday, February 19th at 10:30PM.
    Cost : 10500 Per Person


    Bahawalpur - Cholistan This adventure is an unique experience, where we visit the Cholistan Desert riding on camel-back and spending nights under the open sky and enjoy Everlasting Cholistan Desert Jeep Rally.

    Day 01:
    Early Morning Start from Lahore, and Faisalabad Via Bahawalpur, for Lal Sohanra National Park. First Visit Channan Pir Mela. After visit travel onward to Lal Sohanra Safari Park. Free time to visit Park. Night stay in Tents.

    Day 02:
    At Morning drive to Bahawalpur and Visit Old bazaar and Noor Mahal after lunch continue drive to Uch Sharif. A famous 13th century centre for Islamic learning and literature. It is an ancient town with a distinctive traditional architecture.After visit Panjand evening drive to Derawar village. Night stay in Tents.

    Day 03:
    Camel Riding - Derawar We will Start our strange adventure of camel riding at Derawar, a place known for its huge building of an impressive old fort, a marble mosque and tombs of royal family of Bahawalpur. The huge fort stands on top of a ruined city of the mature Harrappan civilization that spans a period between 2500 to 1500 BC Cholistan is also the site of the dried up Haqra River, which used to run parallel to the Indus Another colorful night to enjoy with our staff, when they perform dances, sings etc.

    Day 04:
    Most adventurous day of the tour to live watch Cholistan Desert Jeep Rally. Evening drive back to home.

    SERVICES INCLUDED:
    Air-conditioned deluxe private transport
    Camping Equipment (tents, Sleeping bags, mattress)
    Camels for riding
    Services of a Guide
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Kitchen & camping equipment
    Services of kitchen & camping staff
    Road tolls
    Basic first aid kit

    SERVICES NOT INCLUDED
    Tips for staff (Cook, Driver)
    Medication, evacuation and rescue etc. in emergencies
    Personal insurances of clients
    Laundry, beverages & phone calls or other expenses of personal nature
    Extra expenses due to landslides\road blocks
    Extra expenses due to the acts of nature and political reasons etc.
    Any item not mentioned above.



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    Please visit: http://www.tdcp.gop.pk/tdcp/ for all the relevant details.
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    Please visit: http://www.tdcp.gop.pk/tdcp/ for all the relevant details.
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    Who is ready to have Desert fun @ Pakistan's Biggest Motorsports Event???
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    Inshallah we will be there
    SO calam & quite in ROHEEEE

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    I plan on going for the race day. Rest of it doesn't interest me. So i'm planning on leaving on Saturday 18th, be there for race day 19th, see the closing ceremony & head back on 20th inshAllah.

    Anyone who wants to tag along is most welcome. Going in a convoy would be good.

    P.s. My car load is full with 4 ppl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarmadqureshi View Post
    I plan on going for the race day. Rest of it doesn't interest me. So i'm planning on leaving on Saturday 18th, be there for race day 19th, see the closing ceremony & head back on 20th inshAllah.

    Anyone who wants to tag along is most welcome. Going in a convoy would be good.

    P.s. My car load is full with 4 ppl.
    @sam

    Good move.....but I suggest you leave a day earlier and watch the 'qualifyings' as they are much more fun to witness! The race day itself isn't that exciting once the cars flag off.....trail of dust and no visible action!
    Anyway, have a ball!
    MEN DO IT AT DAKAR!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MITSU_MAN View Post
    @sam

    Good move.....but I suggest you leave a day earlier and watch the 'qualifyings' as they are much more fun to witness! The race day itself isn't that exciting once the cars flag off.....trail of dust and no visible action!
    Anyway, have a ball!
    People and their work routines boss ........
    But your suggestion is worth pondering upon. So you suggest we come back sunday or should we stick for race day too.
    I hear the closing ceremony is good & worth seeing. Apart from that there's nothing of interest to do there. I'd rather spend time at Derawar than go to BWP.
    BTW, can we pitch our tent there and hang out or do we need to make prior arrangements with someone ?
    Any clue or suggestion on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarmadqureshi View Post
    People and their work routines boss ........
    But your suggestion is worth pondering upon. So you suggest we come back sunday or should we stick for race day too.
    I hear the closing ceremony is good & worth seeing. Apart from that there's nothing of interest to do there. I'd rather spend time at Derawar than go to BWP.
    BTW, can we pitch our tent there and hang out or do we need to make prior arrangements with someone ?
    Any clue or suggestion on that.

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    @sam

    Closing ceremony is total crap, avoid it unless you are getting a trophy!
    No need to go to Bwp......pitch your tents 3-4 kms away from the main fort area (which will be immensely crowded) farther in the desert ....take your own food and cooking apparatus....no prior arrangements are required as the desert is wide and open! Head back Sun morning by 1000hrs after all the big guns have flagged off ....you would be comfortably back home before midnight!
    MEN DO IT AT DAKAR!!!

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    @ sarmadqureshi
    what time do you plan on leaving ? because i'm leaving on saturday as well. wouldn't mind going in a convey.

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    Members of Karachi are requested to please share your programme here as I am still alone to go there and do not want to lose this event again...
    So now thinking to grab a lift.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hsna View Post
    @ sarmadqureshi
    what time do you plan on leaving ? because i'm leaving on saturday as well. wouldn't mind going in a convey.
    Aiming for 6, but I know it'll be 7ish by we hit toll.

    What's you arrangement ? Are you considering what Mitsu_man is saying
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    i plan on leaving around the same time, though i was thinking if we leave around 5 then we should be there before sunset. just to be on the safe side for setting up camps and all.

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    Default Cholistan Trip...

    Hello there!

    I am interested in joining a group who are going to Cholistan.

    I am a first timer, no idea from where to start. Can anyone help me
    please.

    Thanks

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    @ unclejee

    We plan on leaving on saturday early morning. If you want to join us you're more than welcome

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    It is true
    Qualifying is more fun. It is ~ 2Km track & if u r positioned at right place u get it all.
    But for that one has to be there @0730 hrs i.e. Saturday.
    So Libra, Me & a couple of others are scheduled to leave Karachi on Friday 0300 hrs. Shall camp at night there & see the qualifying & other events next day.
    Inshallah shall hit the road back home at 1100 hrs on Sunday

    Regards

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    May be see you people there...
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    @Sarmad
    Mitsu_Man is right, no fun on Sunday, we will leave once all vehicles are on the run.. around 11am... wont wait for the results

    If you are travelling on a 4x4, take the Rahimyar Khan - Cholistan route, about 140kms is paved road and about 25kms is sand track.

    We will camp about 5 to 8 kms from the starting point, just few feet from the track.
    Leaving Friday 3am and back around midnight Sunday, InshAllah.

    We are 5 in Pajero and Lovebikes is on his bike
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    Quote Originally Posted by Libra View Post
    @Sarmad
    Mitsu_Man is right, no fun on Sunday, we will leave once all vehicles are on the run.. around 11am... wont wait for the results

    If you are travelling on a 4x4, take the Rahimyar Khan - Cholistan route, about 140kms is paved road and about 25kms is sand track.

    We will camp about 5 to 8 kms from the starting point, just few feet from the track.
    Leaving Friday 3am and back around midnight Sunday, InshAllah.

    We are 5 in Pajero and Lovebikes is on his bike
    Guda Guda!!!


    Do not want to miss the event again...
    Updates of the event makes me scary...
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    My ex ride pajero jr will be participating........im happy 4 that but have no time to visit.

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