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TCKP's Abaseen Ferry - Kund to Attock (Official Documentary Urdu)

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Published on Jul 3, 2011

Enjoy a memorable and fun-filled ferry tour with your family on the waters of the Kabul River & Indus River!
Abaseen - Where History, Romance & Waters Meet...
Named after the two main characters of an old Pashto folklore romance, Esap Khan and Sherbano respectively, the ferries are owned by Tourism Corporation of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (TCKP) and are part of the "Abaseen Ferry Service" fleet which ply between TCKP's Kund Rest House and Attock through a river area steeped in the romance of history. Live narration, onboard refreshments and excellent photography opportunities make this journey an unforgettable experience for tourists.

TCKP is the first public sector tourism organisation in the country that has its own fleet.

Tickets: per head Rs. 100 (Short Ride) 200 (Adult) Between 12-5 years (50% discount)

20 % discount for school going students on production of institution's identity card

Tickets available at Kund Rest House & TCKP's Tourist Information Centre, Peshawar Museum

Note: Ferry can be privately chartered as well. Rate: Rs 15,000 per hour

For Queries & Bookings: Ajmal Khan (Ph: 0346-9008519)

Email: info@kptourism.com Website: www.kptourism.com


Route: Scenic Kund Rest House (Starting Point) to Baradariat Attock Fort (Rest Area) and Return.

Distance: 5 KMs

Journey time: Downstream - 20 Minutes Upstream -- 1 ½ Hour (Return)

About the route: The historic region of Attock lies at the confluence of two great rivers: the Kabul, which ends here after travelling some 435 km from its source, in the mountains west of the Afghan capital; and the Indus, one of the legendary rivers of Asia, which begins high in the Tibetan Himalayas. Where the two rivers meet, the Kabul appears a muddy burnt-sugar colour, the Indus a brilliant blue-green. Further downstream, the two colours remain clearly visible, one river with two distinct streams, for considerable distance until they slowly accommodate each other.

Historic Sites
"Everybody, who was ever anybody, passed this way!"

This geographic landscape has a history that is unparalleled. Great leaders, travellers and sages who left a mark on history have passed through here.

How to get here: From Peshawar: Kund Rest House is located on the left hand side on the main Grand Trunk Road (or GT Road) approx. 1 km short of the Khairabad Bridge. Distance is 1 hour 15 minutes journey by car from Peshawar.

From Islamabad: Take M1 motorway, exit at Burhan interchange, take GT Road, cross Attock Bridge into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Kund Rest House is located on the main GT Road on right hand side and approximately 1 km from Khairabad.

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