Top 5 Undiscovered Tourist Spots in Balochistan:
Nowadays, tourism is a large and growing business sector. In recent years, tourism has increased its significance locally and globally many times. It is not merely a question of travel, so it is considered a defined foundation for strategic economic development, social empowerment, job creation, and poverty eradication. It has various benefits for the people living there as we all know that Balochistan is the biggest province of Pakistan.
As a result, It consists of about 44% of Pakistan’s land. It has all potential to draw tourism around the globe. All these natural wonders in the Province await tourists with a warm welcome. This blog brings your notice to the top 5 undiscovered tourist spots in Balochistan.
The Government of Balochistan has arranged several conferences, so private companies are motivated to take an interest in tourism in Pakistan’s most significant and neglected province. The former Balochistan minister said that the provincial government must take essential steps to promote tourism in this unexplored region. He added that the government needs to strengthen roads connection. Following are the top 5 undiscovered tourist spots in Balochistan.
Balochistan has many beautiful natural spots to visit. So, the main attractions in Balochistan followed.
Hingol National Park:
It situated in the Lasbela district. It’s mostly known for the Makran Coastal Highway that curves through unusual lunar scenery and passes many strange rock layers. The rock formation called ”Princess of Hope” is very famous in this national park. The other top attraction of this park is a mud volcano. It is the only mud volcano in the whole South Asia region. Moreover, Kund Malir beach also a top attraction in this National park. And also, it provides a natural habitat for wild animals and birds.
It is a lake in the Urak Valley, which is a few kilometres from Quetta city. This lake built in 1894 during the British rule in the subcontinent. Moreover, it situated between the majestic hills. As a result, it has the most beautiful landscape. In the winter season, snow covers almost area of the lake
It located in Ziarat city of Balochistan province. It also called Quaid-e-Azam residency because the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, spent his last days in this house. As a result, it considered the essential tourist attraction in the Balochistan region. Moreover, this city also built during the British era in 1892. It situated at the height of 2400 ft. from sea level.
Gwadar is growing as the most important tourist attraction. It also considered the Game Changer for Pakistan’s economy. Nowadays, it is famous for the China Pakistan Economic Corridor(CPEC), and also it has become one of the best international tourist attractions. Gawadar has many beautiful beaches. The main tourist spots in Gawadar followed:
- Ormara Beach
- Astola Island
- Gawadar Bay
- Pasni Beach
Bolan pass is considered one of the essential tourist spots in Balochistan. It is a mountain pass through the Toba Kakar Range of Balochistan. There is a railway line operating from the British era till now. It also makes a connection between Quetta and Sibbi through the road. In winters, the temperature drops to -17 degrees Celcius.
Call yourself a traveller? When are you packing your bags and leaving for Balochistan?
Article by Muhammad Raza