9 breathtaking hidden gems of Pakistan!
Pakistan has been blessed with a number of mesmerizing holiday destinations, but to dismay of tourists , these places remain unexplored.
We share a list of some truly amazing and spectacular locations awaiting discovery, which every Pakistani might not know about.
Great Trango Tower
Fan of adventure sports? Baltistan offers the most vertical mountain in the world. Perfect base for jumping. This beauty located in the Gilgit-Baltistan region is a sight to behold.
Not a lot of people are aware of this epic place and it only came to the light when two Australians in 1992 made the world record of base jumping from the Trango.
From Rohri to Quetta
Train travels are always amazing when you are with your loved ones but this beautiful track from Rohri to Quetta is surely going to take your breath away! Listed as one of the longest railway track in the world it’s the most scenic railway ride in all of Asia. It stretches from Quetta to Turkey through Iran.
The Great Wall of Sindh
Standing tall and majestic, Ranikot Fort also known as The Great Wall of Sindh, is one of the largest forts in the world and showcases its royal glamour. Approximately a three-hour drive from Karachi, this place is a must visit preferably in the winter season.
Where Sand meets Sea
This natural wonder of the world represents the perfect union of desert and sea. This mesmerizing shore is situated in Balochistan, adjacent to Hingol National Park.
Land of Gold and Copper
Located in the heart of a barren desert in Balochistan, Saindak Dam is one of the province’s treasured jewels. The breeze and glistening waters will surely raise your spirits.
The largest offshore island that graces the Northern Arabian Sea holds its natural charm and mystical allure. It’s a favorite site for campers and scuba diving expeditions.
Ancient Cave City
This ancient cave city of ‘Shehre-e-Roghan’ near Lasbela, is larger than any other in the world. There are thousands of cave houses in rocks, making it a truly spectacular phenomenon.
Home to more than 80 active Mud volcanoes, Balochistan holds the most surreal potential tourist attractions. Unfortunately, due to the difficult terrain, these are out of reach areas.
Arror Rock in Sindh
This gigantic spectacular shape caused by unknown natural forces combining with a shrine on top makes it one of the most alluring places to visit in Pakistan.