Quetta, also known as fruit garden of Pakistan, is the capital of Balochistan province, located at the distance of 691 km from Karachi. There are number of fruit orchards in and around the city, and there are large and different varieties of fruits and dry fruits produced there. Due to its geographical location and scenic beauty, it was also known as Little London in the past. It has a border with Afghanistan, so treated as hub of trade between Afghanistan and Pakistan.Visit Quetta
Chagai is the largest district of Pakistan and is situated on the north west part of Balochistan, at the distance of 560 km from Quetta city on the Quetta-Taftan Highway N40. The importance of this district is due to international border between Iran and Pakistan at Taftan, with Zahedan, city of Iran.Visit Chagai
Kalat is a district in Balochistan Province on the bank of the Shirin Ab River, also known as the Moro River. Kalat is located at the distance of 141 km from Quetta on Regional Cooperation for Development Highway N25. The climate of Kalat is arid and hot in summer whereas cold in winter. There is noticeable rain in this area so it has extreme desert like atmosphere.Visit Kalat
Khuzdar is located at the distance of 302 km from Quetta City on the Regional Coorporation for Development Highway. Khuzdar is a historical city and it was the capital of the Brahui Kingdom of Makran.
It is situated in a narrow valley at an elevation of 1,237 meters, but its climate is arid and hot. There is also low erratic rainfall.Visit Khuzdar
Killa Abdullah is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 105 km from Quetta. It is situated in the foothills of the Shela Bagh Range. It has importance due to the international border between Pakistan and Afghanistan at Chamman. It is accessible via Kuchlak through Chaman Road N25. Its name is derived after a historical fort, Abdullah Qulla, built by Sardar Abdullah Khan Achkzai, who was a khan of Kalat.Visit Killa Abdullah
Hingol National Park is situated along the Makran coastal line in Lasbela district, Balochistan. It is the second largest park in Pakistan, covering an area of 6,100 square kilometers. Some of the its area is also located in Gwadar and Awaran. It is located at the distance of 717 km from the main Quetta city on the Makran Coastal Highway.Visit Hingol National Park