Dera Ghazi Khan (Punjab)
Dera Ghazi Khan, known as D. G. Khan, is situated on the western bank of the Indus River on the foot of Sulaiman Mountains Range having the range height of 10,000 ft. in South Punjab at the junction of four provinces.
The overall climate of the city is normally dry and hot in summer, having little rainfall, but winter is relatively cold. Due to the dry and barren mountains of Koh-Suleman and desert like soil of the area, heavy windstorms are very much common in the summer.
Fort Munro, located on the border of Punjab Province at the distance of 80 km from D. G. Khan city in the Sulaiman Mountains Range, at the altitute of 1800 meters above sea level, has relatively cool weather. Sometimes in winter, scattered snowfall is also observed there.
Tomb of Hazarat Sakhi Sarwar
The shrine of Hazarat Sakhi Sarwar, is located in Sulaiman Mountains at the disance of 35 km from D. G. Khan city.
Tomb of Ghazi Khan
It is the oldest building in the city, and there is graveyard of 11 member of Nawab Ghazi Khan Mirrani family.
Hazrat Shah Suleman's Shrine
Dargah of Hazrat Khawaja Shah Muhammad Suleman, is located in Taunsa Sharif in D. G. Khan city.
Taunsa Barrage It is located in north of D. G. Khan city on the Indus River. Location is good for one day picnic and fishing with families.