Badin is located at the distance of 210 km from Karachi in Sindh province and was the center of ancient Indus Valley civilization. It is also accessible via Hyderabad. It lies on the east side of the Indus River. Badin is suitable for rice crop due to its swampy and fertile land. Badin is also known as Sugar State due to its production of sugar.Visit Badin
Muzaffargarh, located on the bank of the Chenab River, is located in the southwestern Punjab, at the exact geographical center of Pakistan. It is famous for its an agricultural and forest land. The main crops, grown in this area, are wheat, sugarcane and cotton, whereas some special categories of mangoes, dates, citrus and pomegranate are also considered as the best quality fruits of this area.
Rahim Yar Khan is located in south punjab next to Bahawalpur at the distance of 200 km, having a border with India, Rajasthan.Visit Rahimyar Khan
Lodhran is located on the northern side of the River Sutlej, at a distance of 416 km from Lahore on G. T. Road (N5) in Southern Punjab. It is known for best cotton-growing area. Most of the population in Lodhran are involved in agriculture profession.Visit Lodhran
Larkana is situated at the distance of 471 km from Karachi on the south bank of Ghar Canal. It is main home of the Indus Valley Civilization, Mohehjo-daro which is the largest archaelogical site and known as the largest settlements of the Indus Valley Civilization and also considered one of the oldest cities of the world. Mohenhojo-Daro is located 28 km away from Larkana in the south.Visit Larkana
Qambar Shahdadkot is situated at the distance of 456 km from Karachi in Sindh Province. It has mixture of multiple type lands such as plains, argiculature land, mountain range of Kirthar and number of lakes. The Kirthar range extends for almost 300 kilometers from the Mula River in Balochistan to Cape Muari in the Arabian Sea, Karachi.Visit Qambar Shahdadkot
Nasirabad is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 272 km from Quetta and is accessible via Sibi through Quetta-Jacobabad Highwary N65. Its old name was Temple Dera, named after Captain H.M. Temple, a Political agent for Sibi in the British Regime.Visit Nasirabad
Dera Bugti is situated at the distance of 365 km from Quetta city via Sibi through Quetta-Jacobabad Highway, then following Bhag-Dera Bugti Road. Dominant tribe in this district is Bugtis who has the main control of the district. The importance of this district is due to natural resources specially natural gas at Sui. Another main attraction in this district is the fort of Nawab Muhammad Akbar Khan Bugti.Visit Dera Bugti