Pakistan is considered as the most looked-for destination for tourists to explore the beauty of the land and defined it as “Heaven on Earth” with the spellbinding beauty of Pakistan and the tales of history. The province of Balochistan is full of breathtaking locations which will make tourists fall in love.
It is the largest province in terms of area but has less population as compared to others. Its natural resources like coal, oil, and other metals are main sources of its economy. Here we shed light on magnificent and historical places of what Balochistan has:
Hingol National Park
Along Makran Coastal Highway, you will see the beautiful and majestic Hingol National Park. This place has become a tourist destination in Balochistan owing to its natural beauty. Tropical mountains, rare and exotic animals including the Markhor and several other deer families, surrounded by shallow blue waters.
Kund Malir Beach
This area is part of Hingol National Park, where the People of Karachi and Gwadar generally visit on weekends. If we talk about Kund Malir beach, it is one of the most beautiful beaches in Pakistan also in the world. You can see the top mountains beautiful blue water, sea, and desserts.
Pir Chattal Noorani Gandhawa
Pir Chattal Noorani Gandhawa is an inexperienced cover that runs a rill of crystal water fed by a sparkling spring under a huge lump of peroxided stone. Insufficient water in the stream allows the spring to pool and run off into the pool. The oasis stands as a natural habitat among desert plains and a mythical figure to follow. Pir Chattal had a reputation that whoever caught or ate a fish of his would either die of poisoning or the fish would come out of your mouth alive. In short, this myth is a huge tourist magnetism of Balochistan.
Generally, Jhal Magsi is a well-known for its desert safari and the annually desert rally caters to massive crowds and organizers every year. The desert-like plains of Jhal Magsi offer the best path in Pakistan for people who like off-road. Certainly, it is one of Pakistan’s top tourist attraction.
There is a widespread misconception that Balochistan is purely a dry and barren piece of land, but visiting Moola Chutok will change this perception forever.
Moola Chotok valley is sheltered with the mountain, salt mines, lakes, and waterfalls. If we talk about the most beautiful tourist spots in Balochistan, without mentioning the Moola Chutok oasis in Khuzdar district, the list will be incomplete. The scenic sight of plants drenching in fresh and clean water coming down in the form of gorgeous waterfalls from mountains is pretty relaxing.
Pir Ghaib Waterfalls
Located in the Bolan Valley, Pir Ghaib Waterfall is about 70 kilometers from Quetta. This is a beautiful lake with lush greenery cold and clean water. Pir Ghaib is the most attractive tourist attraction in Balochistan. Accordingly, Balochi people believe in the story of an Invisible pious man who was saved by GOD After a cruel king’s team attacked him.
A mountain pass traversing Balochistan, the Wadi Bolan traverses Toba Kakar Range. The view of Wadi Bolan is awesomely attractive with blue cold water, brown mid, and Mountains. Balochistan’s Wadi Bolan can be considered as the top historical place because of its ancient look. By the way, British established the First Railway system of Pakistan in this place.
A lake called Hanna Lake is located in the Urak Valley near Quetta city in Balochistan. In summer it is a beautiful place to visit with family and friends because this is a calm place. This part of the world creates a beautiful scene with the mountains on top. Hanna Lake is the main milestone of Quetta. This historical lake was formed due to the construction of the reservoir in the British colonial era. An amazing place to picnic at Hanna Lake is a lakeside restaurant with shade from pine trees.
Quaid-e-Azam Residency is situated in Ziarat, Balochistan. That is where Father of our Nation, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah spent his final days. There is lush foliage in and around this residence, palm trees, and beautiful flowers. In 1892 during British Raj, its construction started. Above all, now it has become a national heritage site where thousands of people come to see it.