One of the 4 provinces of Pakistan, Balochistan is a southwestern part of the country. Most of the Pakistanis are not aware of numerous wonders existing within the territory of Balochistan. Here we’ve brought some exclusive places of this region which are going to add much to your knowledge by first wondering you.
One of the unique pass in western Pakistan, it’s Bolan pass which is actually a mountain which is serving as a passing way through Toba Kakar Range in Balochistan. It’s 120 kilometres from Afghanistan border. Bolan is distinctive regarding its construction and location. It’s also the main point to connects Sibi with Quetta by road and railway too.
Hanna Lake is a lake near Quetta city in Balochistan. Its flow and unique view narrates its worth. Fastly flowing water has vast and unique species in it. The mesmerizing scene of Hanna Lake makes it a center of tourist attraction of Balochistan which is been desired to be visited.
The 10th national highway of the country, Makran Coastal highway in Balochistan has longitude of 653 km. It’s an amazing fact about it that Makran coastal highway leads from the Arabia sea in Karachi, Sindh to the path of Gawadar in province of Balochistan. It’s way goes through the towns of Pasni and Oman.
Hingol National Park also known as Hungol National Park is situated along Makran Coastal Highway in southwest of Balochistan. It covers an area of 1,650 square kilometers and established in 1988. It’s unique in its nature as most of the area of park has drift sand and rocks. It seems like a coastal semi desert. Park is renowned for having approximately 185 species of birds, 35 species of mammals, 65 species of reptiles and amphibians.
Another pride of this park is the Princess of Hope which is a statue lying in the Hingol National Park at the Makran Coastal Highway. This distinct statue got its unique name by the Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie when she visited this area as the UN Ambassador of Goodwill in 2002. This specific point has been a center of visitor’s interest.
Kund Malir is a beach in Balochistan, Pakistan located in Hingol National Park, about 145 km from Zero-Point on Makran Coastal Highway. The drive between Kund Malir and Ormara is considered to be scenic.
A home of thousands of acres of fruits orchards, Pishin Valley is about 50 kilometers from Quetta city. It is located in Pishin District of Balochistan. Pishin valley is abundant with greenery and looks stunning, while having a green contrast with colorful fruits. It’s well known for agriculture and horticulture all over Pakistan.
An island of Balochistan, Astola Island also called Astole. It has a prominent specialty that it’s known as Haft Talar or Island of the Seven Hills. In Gwadar District, Astola island is a part of Pasni sub-district. The island is in the Arabian Sea and is completely uninhabited.
A trove of beauty and resource of country’s most of economy, Gwadar city is the hub of wonders. The seaport of Gwadar is situated on the bank of Arabian sea from the southwestern side. Gwadar is all about to complete your list of wonders exploration in Balochistan.
The capital of Ziarat district, Ziarat is a mesmerizing resort to spend holidays. It has been considered a point to cater local and foreign tourism. It’s 130 km from Quetta city and is been visited by local tourists across the country. Even the foreigners also admire its unique portray type structure surrounded by lush forests. Ziarat was a temporary residency of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan.