10 most famous visiting sites in balochistan Pakistan

Gwadar

Gwadar is a deep water port city in Balochistan on its southwestern coast on the Arabia Sea at the distance of 1377 km from Lahore. The climate of Gwadar is hot desert-like, but due to the sea, its temperature remains moderate as compared to other hot areas of Pakistan. Gwadar will be the next important sea port in the Arabian Sea due to construction of CPEC route from China to Gwadar.

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Bolan pass

Bolan Pass connects Central Asia and South Asia. It has a historical background, it was the main gateway to cross the region for invaders, traders, and nomadic tribes. It is located in Toba Kakar Range in Balochistan between Quetta and Sibi, mountains are dry and barren. Traveling through the pass is the real adventure of crossing dry and dusty mountains through a number of narrow gorges of 89 km in length. Traveling through rail is more interesting while crossing Bolan Pass.

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Quetta

Quetta, also known as the fruit garden of Pakistan, is the capital of Balochistan province, located at a distance of 691 km from Karachi. There is a 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 scenic beauty, it was also known as Little London in the past.

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Hazarganji Chiltan Park

Hazarganji Chiltan National Park is located in Mastung district near Quetta in the Hazar Ganji and Chiltan range of Sulaiman Mountains at an altitude of 3200 meters at the distance of 20km from Quetta main city. Natural lovers or researchers can visit the part to enjoy nature and wildlife. One can see Chilton and Markhor, wild goat, and other different animals there, as this park provides shelter to these animals. Large number of different type of species of birds and reptiles can also be seen there.

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Pishin Valley

Pishin is located at a distance of 50 km from Quetta in the northwest of Balochistan near the Afghanistan border, a real beautiful valley as consist of thousands of gardens full of fruits and flowers. It is the good source of crops, fruits and vegetables.

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Chamman

Chamman is situated in Balochistan with Kandahar, a city of Afghanistan, at the distance of 128 km from Quetta on National Highway N-25. It is the most important border crossing between Pakistan and Afghanistan, and most of the trade is conducted through it. It also becomes an attractive place in winter season due to snow fall.

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Pir Ghaib Waterfall

It is a beautiful waterfall and a picnic point located at the distance of 90km from Quetta Railway Sation on Quetta Jacobabad Road in the barren terrain of the region. The water is coming down from the rocky mountain side-splitting into many streams and ponds, surrounded by the shady palm trees. It is a very beautiful spot for a one-day picnic within the sprinkling water of it. Pir Ghaib road is not constructed well, so four-wheeled transport is required from there, otherwise one can enjoy the trekking. The best time to visit the area is in winter, as there is too much high temperature in summer.

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Hanna Lake

Hanna Lake is one of the beautiful lakes in Quetta at the distance of 20km from Quetta Railway Station via Quetta Road, and turns left on Hanna Lake Road, near Urak Valley. Surrounding hills provide a bird\'s eye view of the Quetta city. Lake has a very pictureous view of greenish-blue color with the sandy brown color of the hills and plantation of a pine tree on lake end add the more in the beauty of the lake. A number of colorful and different kinds of birds can also be seen there.

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Shaban Valley

Shaban is an attractive tourist point at the distance of 35 km from Quetta. It is full of green orchards of apples and other fruits. Travelling toward Shaban valley is not easy on non-metallic and damaged road, but one loves its natural beauty.

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Washuk

Washuk is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 500 km from Quetta and is accessible via Basima through Surab-Basima Highway N85 and then trun right after Basima on Basima-Kharan Road, then following Shamsi Road.

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