Students from Geography Department visited the only Olive Garden in Pakistan near Kalar Kahar and Katas Raj Temple on Saturday 01 April 2017. This study trip was arranged for the final project of the students of Geography in which they learnt about the sensitivity towards, and appreciation of, local cultures and biodiversity, sustainable benefits to local communities, and educational components for both the traveler and local communities. By visiting the Katas Raj Temples in Chakwal District, students were briefed by the local guides, about the trends and impact of tourists to the temple from Pakistan as well as from India. Students also adored seeing the prayer areas of other communities. The students were accompanied in the supervision of Assistant Professor of Geography, Ms Khadija Shakrullah; Lecturer, Ms Hafsah Batool and Lecturer, Mr Adeel Ahmad.