It would have been an injustice not to have touched most of the tourist attractions in Balochistan.
One, because it’s the largest province of Pakistan. The size and geography requires us to shed more light on the tour opportunities in this region of Pakistan.
Second, because some of our trips to Balochistan have been thoroughly enjoyed by our co-travelers (clients, but let’s just say we love to call them travel partners of Eventica Travels and Tours). And we would like to share the most loved and the most popular destinations to visit in this province.
Here, I highlight the known places that have hidden gems that need to be explored
Everyone knows Gwadar, right?
It is a port city on the southwestern coast of Balochistan, Pakistan. The city is located on the shores of the Arabian Sea opposite Oman. Like Ormara further east, Gwadar is situated on a natural hammerhead-shaped tombolo peninsula forming two almost perfect, but naturally curved, semicircular bays on either side.
Tourist Attractions in Gwadar:
A beautiful road built along the sea, West of Gwadar City
The most famous hill in Quetta, the Glory of Baluchistan, Koh-e-Batil is at an altitude of 470 feet in the South of the city.
Naturally shaped like a hammer, this beach is iconic in its vastness and water noise.
Gwadar Cricket Stadium
A picturesque Cricket stadium in the whole world as stated by ICC
Historic Shahi Bazar
One of the most visited place, this is the market that lost its glory but not its fascination.
Sunset View Park
Recently built, a stunning place to enjoy the calmness and unwinding of sunset.
Detail: A town famous for its beach and three pillars called ‘Saah-e Daag’
Located 14km away from Quetta main city, Hanna Lake is surrounded by mountains and gives an impressive sight.
Situated 50km from Quetta, the Pishin Valley is a fertile land renowned for its greenery and agriculture.
Quaid e Azam residency or ziarat residency is located in the beautiful city of Balochistan. This residency is the most famous landmark of the city
Known as the archaeological museum of Balochistan, Quetta Museum is located in Mizan Chowk near Nawab Akbar khan Bugti cricket stadium.
With wild roses and fruit trees on both sides on the route to Urak Valley, it is a mesmerizing picnic spot with Peach, Apricots and Apple Orchards.
Established by the Pakistan army in the mid-1990s, this park consists of juniper trees, streams, and lakes.
A worth visiting place just 4 kilometers from Ziarat, It is a spectacular waterfall outpouring on the rocks and provides a calming entertainment to the visitors.
Meaning Mohrdar Mountain, a peak located in the range of Mohrdar mountains, located in the East of Quetta.
Other most famous places for Tourism in Balochistan, Pakistan :
Natural attractions like Charo Machi and Moola Chotok waterfalls in the mountainous region of Khuzdar significantly promote tourism in Balochistan.
The area of Charo Machi, Khuzdar, a desert-like region with extreme temperatures, is very famous for its recently discovered natural oasis among both local and international tourists.
Keeping in view the growing popularity of this tourist destination in Balochistan, Eventica Travels and many other Travel Agencies in Pakistan have started offering travel packages for Charo Machi in Balochistan.
Visiting Balochistan in its natural aesthetics will be a favor you would do to your senses and to your family if you opt for a trip with family to Balochistan.
Ask help from your nearest travel agent in Karachi or anywhere in Pakistan for a detailed summary on the travel itenary.