Published On: Wed, May 25th, 2016

10 Attractions in Balochistan


Hingol National Park

Hingol National Park

Hingol National Park is situated beside the Makran Coast in Balochistan. It is included in the very thrilling and audacious places, which is decorated with a range of topographical characteristics. Hingol Park is much recognized for supporting the uncommon species of Sindh Ibex, Balochistan Urial, and Chinkara Gazelle.

Gwadar City

The rising Gwadar metropolis is situated on the Arabian Sea Coastline in Balochistan. It is an underdevelopment free trade harbor that is well-known for its aqua blue beach places.


Ormara is a very small town which is situated in the Gwadar District of Balochistan. The region is overwhelmed with isolated hills and water springs that will offer you a superb summer treat.

Hanna Lake     

Hanna Lake is an undersized lake situated at an aloofness of 14 km from Quetta. The lake is well-known for its core reservoir, golden fish habitat, lakeside bistros and well-planned water sports.


Ziarat is included in the summer capital of Balochistan. The city is charming with its elevated mountain landscapes and rich forestry. Ziarat is well-known for Quaid-e-Azam dwelling which is confirmed as a national monument and heritage location.

 Zhob Valley

Zhob Valley is an undersized city which is situated on the bank of Zhob River. It is a prehistoric town enclosed by gray mountains and picturesque desert views.

Astola Beach

The Astola Beach is an ideal spot for your desired beach tour on the stunning Astola Island. The thriving islet situates in a sheltered sandy shore that is good for the fishing voyage.

Pir Ghaib Falls

Pir Ghaib Waterfalls are situated at an expanse of 70 km from Quetta. These are attractive flow waterfalls, runs in a big apparent aqua blue pool of water, and enclosed by small hills and forestry.

Chotok Khuzdar

Chotok is a concealed heaven of Balochistan, which is situated in a space of 80 km from Khuzdar. The region is gifted with the superb Rocky Mountains, dream water pools, dates forestry and wonderful sights of waterfalls.

Urak Valley

Urak Valley is an undersized striking valley in Quetta District Balochistan. It is a city of marvelous gorgeousness with an entire populace of 10,000 people. Urak is an agricultural milieu that lingers packed with apple and other fruit farming all through the year.

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Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.