Pakistan, A South Asian Country, has a plenty of world’s recognized natural assets including world 2nd largest Salt Mine, 9th largest desert and 2nd highest peak K-2. This purist country is occupied with sublime blessings of Allah including lush green pastures, rivers, lakes, ocean, desert, mountains, glaciers, waterfalls, beaches, and much more diversity…
We are soliciting here some beautiful hidden destinations to explore and visit which are not mostly included in “Eminent Tourist Spots of Pakistan”. As Eleanor Roosevelt said,
“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience”
Astola Island is Pakistan’s Largest offshore and remote island in Northern Arabian Sea which is First Marine Protected Area in Pakistan. It is a mesmerizing and picturesque sight to enjoy the beauty of sea water, rocks, wildlife, and quiet gateway far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. This beautiful Island is usually known as Haftalar (Seven Rocks) where wildlife flourishes in fresh and clear water. Here, you can enjoy fishing, camping, scuba diving and mystical allure in devoid of human legacy.
Deosai Mountains are most adventurous and challenging attraction, only accessible in summer months, from Skardu in the north, the Astore Valley in the west, and Kharmang in the south-east. Deosai is among the highest plateaus of the world which extends 3,000 square kilometres from the Indus river to Karcha river. The Stunning landscape with colourful alpine flora, multiple lakes, rivers, sparkling mountains, and green meadows can binge all colour of nature at once for the unique experience of life. You can adore trekking, camping, sightseeing, mountaineering, fishing, and jeep safaris etc.
Hingol National Park is a wonder to explore rare wild species, naturally carved statues, Beach, Mud Volcanoes and much more for the spectator. It is situated along the Makran Coastal Area in the Baluchistan Province with covering a huge area of 1,650 Square Kilometres, about 190 Km from Karachi. The natural beauty of Hingol can provide you with lots of sights to admire and witness nature.
Oldest temple of Hinglaj, caves, rugged rock formation, mesmerizing scenic beauty, the natural carved status of “Princess of Hope”, Kund Malir Beach, Hingol river, Egyptian style Sphinx and semi-desert along the coast can captivate your dreams. Soon Valley, 90 km in length, is a gorgeous blend of natural assets including lakes, forest, mountains, waterfalls, springs, ponds with lush green meadows. Uchali Lake, Khabikki lake, and Jahlar Lake are the prime lakes of the valley. Kanhati Garden is an ancient garden to remind the Mughal Era, additionally holds a beautiful waterfall to increase its beauty.
Sakesar Peak gives you amazing natural view and fascinating exploration. Furthermore, Trekking to the plateau of Tulaja is another adventurous exploration in the soon valley. Uchali Lake and waterfalls at Kufri are calming ambiance for the travellers.
Ranikot Fort, known as “The Great Wall of Sindh”, is one of the world’s largest fort having a circumference of approximately 26km. It is situated in Jamshoro District, Sindh. The fort has four gates to reach the top which shows a scenic view of the terrain of the Kirthar Range around the fort. It showcases its royalty with standing lofty and majestic architectural view. You can explore this stunning edifice, in the winter season due to an elevated temperature in the summer, using National Highway within three hours drive from Karachi.
Shehre-e-Roghan also known as Gondrani Cave City, is a mysterious cave city near Lasbela city in Balochistan, Pakistan. It is a truly spectacular asset of an ancient civilization. This ancient city holds an enormous number of caves which are inter-connected with having craved doors and other basic possessions.
It is a wonder of Balochistan, which can be accessed from Karachi (Around 200Km) and 20Km from Bela City. It is a historic treasure for the explorer of history to trace the legends. Great Trango Tower is the tallest cliff and vertical formation massif having 6,286m elevation. It is situated in the Baltoro Glacier of Gilgit-Baltistan region, perfect for the adventurous sports. It is a hidden gem of Pakistan for the fans of Base Jumping and Alpine Climbing far away from the city’s hustle and bustle.
A voyager can enjoy hiking, rock climbing, scenery, panorama, water, alpine climbing, and base jumping with having skilled expeditions. Gorakh Hill Station is one of the highest plateaus in Sindh, at 5,688 ft elevation in the Kirthar Mountains. It is a beautiful destination in the Sindh to enjoy the wintry season in summer as it is known as the Murree of Sindh.
An adventurous soul can enjoy stunning scenery, hiking, bonfire, camping, and coldest season in Sindh with family and friends after having 8 hours drive from Karachi. Attabad Lake, known as Gojal Lake, is a beautiful upshot of the landslide disaster of 2010 which choked the drift of the Hunza River. The masterpiece of nature become a tourist destination due to its beautiful picturesque surrounding mountain and crystal-clear blue water. A Tourist can enjoy the most scenic lake in the world by having activities like; boating, calming in the fresh air, photography, and enjoying the breath-taking reflection of the mountains in the water. Skating is another adventure here when the temperature falls below zero.
We can witness thousands of miracles with travelling the world. Pakistan is full of mysterious and beautiful destination which requires our attention to explore it.