Pir Ghayab WaterFalls – Bolan:

Pir Ghayab is a place where the awesome natural waterfalls shower the drops of pure water.  It is located in the Bolan Dara of Balochistan. The name of these waterfalls is after a myth by the locals. The name Pir Ghayab means The Invisible Saint. This saint once saved the humanity by fighting against the King’s men who attacked him. During the fighting, the saint stuck a stick in the rock of the mountains. From this stick hole, the water started to flow and thus these waterfalls came to existance.

Moola Chotok – Khuzdar:

Next place in our list of best places to visit in Balochistan is Moola Chotok. It is situated in the Khuzdar disrict of the Balochistan. In the past, it was considered to put you in danger, if you are visiting here. There were constant events held by the Bombers, Attackers and Hijackers. But now thanks to Pakistan army, that this area is now clear to roam all around.

This place is now open for all of the locals and tourist. If you are a beauty lover, you should visit this place during your visit to Pakistan.

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Quaid-e-Azam Residency – Ziarat:

Ziarat is another beauty place blessed with the beautiful landscapes. This place is famous for the residency of the founder of Pakistan – Muhammad Ali Jinnah. He lived the final days of his life in this place. The residency in intial was made up of a wooden cottage only. In the top of mountains, this is now an attraction for the tourists visiting Pakistan.

In terms of beauty and calmness, this is the best place to visit.

Hannah Jheel:

Frozen, frosted and astounding lake in winter, the Hanna Jheel is located in the Quetta – Balochistan. This is the place, where everyone visit once, when he is in the Quetta city. It is also considered as the picnic point for the locals. Just at the distance of 18km, this is the perfect place for the locals to escape from their busy life.


Waadi-e-Bolan is a longest dara of Pakistan. Sorrounded with the long stretch mountains, this is the place where blue waters are roaming around. This place is quite important due to its history and natural scenery. This is the place, where the first railway system of Pakistan was made, during the british rule over the sub-continent. During this period, that builders also cradles the Pir Ghaib and Bibi Nanni’s Shrine.

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Hingol National Park:

Hingol is one of the popular natural but vast parks of Pakistan. This park is full of the exotic mountains, with full of rare wildlife. In special, here you can find the Markhor and some of the other species and families of deer. The whole of the park is surrounded with the blue water and you can also visit Kund Malir Beach near to it.

Kund Malir Beach:

Among one of the amazing and exotic beaches of Pakistan, Kund Malir has its own destinction. It is the most common attraction for the visitors of Pakistan. This place is now equipped with the modern facilities but still, it is the place where nature is very close and you can find the peace.

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Pir Chattal Noorani Gandhawa:

Pir Chattal Noorani Gandhawa is an oasis in the middle of the desert at the place name Jhal Magsi. This place is popular due to several of its myths. But in true, this is a vast habitat for the natural species. You can find multiple kinds of the rare fishes in the waters. Some of the food lovers say, that if you once eat a fish here, you will never die of food poisining in your life.

Astola Island:

Astola Island is the local name of the Island of the Seven Hills. Another name of this place is Jezira Haft Talar Satadip. It is a unihabited island in Pakistan in the famous Arabian Sea. A lot of the tourists visit this place all along the year.