Gwadar is a port city on the southwestern coast of Pakistan’s Balochistan province where the Arabian Sea meets the Persian Gulf just outside the Strait of Hormuz near key shipping routes in and out of the Persian Gulf. Under development as a free trade port, it is the district headquarters of Gwadar District.
Balouchistan is covered with beautiful landscapes and includes coastal belt, Mountains, desert and beaches. On our trip we will cover the (Coastal Belt of Makran Coastal Highway, Kund Malir Beach, Hingol National Park, Princes of Hope, Buzzi Pass and experience the unexplored mysterious Raiders of the lost arc.
Astola Island, also known as Jezira Haft Talar, Satadip or ‘Island of the Seven Hills’, is a small uninhabited Pakistani island in the Arabian Sea approximately 25 km (16 mi) south of the nearest part of the coast and 39 km (24 mi) southeast of the fishing port of Pasni.
The caves of Gondrani, locally known as Puraney Ghar (Urdu: پرانے گھر), are carved into solid conglomerate rocks at several levels, and are connected by pathways. All the caves have small rooms with hearths and wall niches for lamps, along with verandahs or front porches.
MOOLA CHOTUK: More than 80 km away from Khuzdar there is a beautiful village called Moola, It is a Tehsil of District Khuzdar. It is famous due to historical place as well as its geographical location; it is the gate way between central Baluchistan and West Baluchistan, Sindh and Iran.
Quetta is the provincial capital of Balochistan, Pakistan and 9th largest city of Pakistan. The city is known as the fruit garden of Pakistan, due to the numerous fruit orchards in and around it, and the large variety of fruits and dry fruits produced there, the city was also known as Little Paris.
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