5 best Balochistan tourist spots that will leave you awestruck
Balochistan has an array of historical monuments, natural beaches, and green valleys. Yet, few people know about them. From the emerald green coast of Makran to the hilly sites of Ziarat and Suleman Range, the province offers a perfect mix, all waiting to be explored.
Here are the top 5 Balochistan tourist spots :
Residents of the area believe in the myth of the Invisible Saint (Pir Ghaib), who was saved by the Almighty, after a vicious King’s men attacked him. The Saint struck a stick in the mountain and the water started to flow, which still pours out to date.
There are many large and small waterfalls in Moola Chotok due to which the place is known as Moola Chotok, the Moola Waterfall.
Tourists who come here say that they have also seen Pakistan and other areas but have not seen a place like Moola Chotok and call it a hidden paradise.
Quaid-e-Azam Residency or Ziarat Residency is located in Ziarat, Balochistan, Pakistan. The founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, spent the last two months and ten days of his life.
It is one of the top tourist attractions of Balochistan. The place holds historic importance and is the perfect place to visit when you are in Ziarat.
Pir Chattal Noorani Gandhawa
Pir Chattal Noorani Gandhawa is an astonishing oasis, right in the center of Jhal Magsi, Balochistan.
The awe-inspiring sanctuary caters to thousands of rare fish in the water. Legend has it that if you catch or eat one of Pir Chattal’s fishes, you are bound to either die of poisoning or the fish comes out of your mouth alive in one piece. This myth is a huge tourist attraction of Balochistan.
Hannah Jheel is a lake in Urak Valley near Quetta and is surrounded by mountains. It is one of the most visited and accessible lakes in Balochistan. There is a lakeside restaurant with picnic tables shaded by pine trees at the end of the river, where families can enjoy the food and weather.
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