The name of Baluchistan inherited from it inhabits “Baloch”. From the time when Baluchistan became a part of beloved country Pakistan, the Baluchistan province that makes 44% of total area of Pakistan still remains anonymity to the whole world. For the purpose of travel and tourism, mineral rich ingenious and gifted lands of Baluchistan have a side that trumps its originality; that region is amazing and mind-boggling beauty, cuisine travelers to the top magnetisms of Baluchistan.
Since many local and international travelers have traveled to Baluchistan or know much about the province, the tourist attractions typically go ignored and concealed. However, the locals of the province make sure they benefit from the charming landscapes and mountains of the gold-laden province.
This “Land Of Beauty” is enhanced with breathtaking waterfalls, stunning deep valleys and delicious fruit trees to beautify.
Here I am going to share some of the most attractive and most visited water places of Baluchistan:
The Bolan Valley
This is the beautiful valley of blue water running in between long stretch of a gorge mountain. Historically this place is very important as well. This was the first place where the British Raj established first railway system of Pakistan.
Due to the deliberate and central location, the place Chotok Khuzdar is there to inspire travelers from all over the world. Its pleasing beauty attracts the travelers in a more attractive way.
Kund Malir Beach
The Kund Malir Beach is one of the most interesting beaches and positively one of the top tourist attractions in Pakistan.
A haven Pir Chattal Noorani Gandhawa, Jhal Magsi is an astonishing habitat amid desert plains with a mythical story to follow. The awe-inspiring oasis caters to thousands of rare fish in the water. It has a mysterious story of poisonous fish. And this mystery is a big tourists’ attraction that if you jump in it either you may die because of poison or a fish will come out of your mouth alive in one piece.
Astola Island situated in Gwadar/Pasni, also known as “Jezira Haft Talar Satadip” (Island of the Seven Hills). It is a small unoccupied and largest island of Pakistani in the Arabian Sea and the essence of Balochistan’s destabilized beauty, a great tourist attraction indeed.
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