Pakistan Railways is set to reintroduce the Safari Tourist Train, aiming to showcase the cultural heritage and breathtaking landscapes of the picturesque Potohar region. Departing from Islamabad’s historic Golra Station, the journey will take passengers on a scenic route through stations like Hasan Abdal and Attock, culminating at Attock Khurd. Notably, Attock Khurd boasts the oldest railway museum in the area, underscoring the historical significance of the region.

The revival of the Safari Train is part of Pakistan Railways’ efforts to boost tourism and acquaint travelers with its rich heritage. Passengers can look forward to mesmerizing views of the Potohar landscape, including the majestic Margallah Hills and iconic bridges like Chablal Bridge and Ghazi Borotha. Additionally, the train will cross the historic iron girder bridge over the Indus River, linking Punjab with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces.

With meticulously designed interiors and delectable onboard cuisine, the Safari Train promises a luxurious travel experience. Improved seating arrangements and modern washrooms ensure passenger comfort throughout the journey. Scheduled departures are set for every Sunday at 9 am, with return trips from Attock at 6:30 pm. Ticket prices vary based on accommodation type, with special discounts available for students.

Preparations for the Safari Train’s launch are nearing completion, with the official unveiling expected next week. The revival of this tourist train offers travelers an unforgettable blend of history, culture, and natural beauty, making it a must-visit destination for tourists seeking to explore the scenic wonders of the Potohar region.

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