Two Days & 1 Night at Gorakh Hills.

Gorakh is a rising Hill Station in Sindh . Because of its high altitude and beautiful surroundings, it turns into a distinctive adventure spot for nature lovers.The Hill Station gets winter snowfall and is the only place in Sindh to have snowfall in winters. The mountains were entirely roofed with a layer of snow in 2008 winters.The trip includes a thrilling 2 hour jeep safari on the Kirthar mountain range.Gorakh is an amazing getaway for the people of Karachi, it is a rising Hill Station of Sindh. It is located on one of the uppermost flat terrain of Sindh, on Kirthar Mountain Range spread over 2,500 acres, with about 120 mm of average annual rainfall and because of its surroundings it turns into a distinctive adventure spot for nature lovers.The Hill Station gets winter snowfall and is the only place in Sindh to have snowfall in winters.


The road trip to Gawadar is not about reaching the destination itself, its about the journey you take to the destination. The road trip features the magnificent Makran Coastal Highway which is no less in beauty than the mighty Karakoram Highway.The journey through this coastal belt of Pakistan along the mystical Makran mountain range will make you fall in love with the region.The road trip also features the beautiful Ormara beach, Kund Malir beach, Hingol National Park and the well-known Princess of Hope.


Hingol National Park is located along the Makran coastal region in southwestern Balochistan Province, in southwestern Pakistan. It is within sections of Lasbela District, Gwadar District, and Awaran District. The Gulf of Oman of the Arabian Sea is on the south. Karachi is approximately 190 kilometres (120 mi) to the southeast on the coast. Hingol National Park contains a variety of topographical features and habitats, varying from arid subtropical forest in the north to arid mountain in the west. Large areas of the park are covered with drift sand and can be classified as coastal semi desert. The park includes the estuary of the Hingol River which supports a significant diversity of bird and fish species. Some 250 plant species were recorded in the initial surveys including 7 yet undescribed species. Many more species are yet to be collected. Hingol National Park is known to support at least 35 species of mammals, 65 species of amphibians and reptiles and 185 species of birds. The park forms an excellent habitat to wild Sindh Ibex, Afghan Urial and Chinkara Gazelle. Ibex is found in all steep mountain ranges and numerous in the Hinglaj and Rodani Kacho Mountain areas. Total population is estimated over 3000.


This tour has been designed to the jewel of Pakistan, Hunza & Skardu. It covers Skardu, Shigar, Khaplu  and all the way to Deosai, the last sanctuary for Himalayan brown bear and one of the highest plateaus in the world. The tour also covers Hunza plus all the way to Khunjerab pass, Pakistan – China border.Our itineraries for the tours are designed in a way where our members get the best experience out of the tour. To us, your experience always comes first.This 11 days tour from Karachi and 8 days from Islamabad is designed with careful consideration to give ample time to each place we are visiting.





Explore the untouched and unexplored Astola Island with Karachi Travellers Group.Yes! A real adventure trip in wilderness of the Island of Seven Hills, A memorable journey through scenic Makran Coastal Highway and boat ride in the heart of Arabian Sea to the uninhabited place, where we will observe calmness of time, watching birds and feel the real feel of wilderness by pitching our camps in the shore of Astola! and that’s not the end, we will also cover the famous Mud Volcanoes and Buzi Pass Rock Formations on this trip.Detail of the area:Astola Island, also known as Jezira Haft Talar Satadip or ‘Island of the Seven Hills’, is a small uninhabited Pakistani island in the Arabian Sea. Also the largest island in Pakistan, it is the epitome of Balochistan’s undermined beauty.The region bordering the Arabian Sea is known as the Makran, a harsh desert landscape bound by the coast on one side and low mountains on the other The coast of Makran possesses only one island, Astola Island, near Pasni, and several insignificant islets.


The original purpose and architects of Ranikot Fort are unknown. However, it is believed that the fort was built during the regimes of the Sassanians, the Scythians, the Parthians or the Bactrian Greeks. Archaeologists point to the 17th century as the time of its first construction but Sindh archaeologists now agree that some of the present structures were reconstructed by Talpurs in 1812 at a cost of 1.2 million rupees (Sindh Gazetteer, 677). The battlements of Ranikot formed the last capital of the Amirs of Sindh when they were brought under the colonial rule of the British Empire. Radiocarbon tests were conducted at the Sann Gate on the charcoal embedded in the mortar of a collapsed pillar of the eastern gate of the fort. These tests have confirmed that this gate was probably renovated between the early part of the 18th century and the early part of the 19th century, prior to Britain invading the fort when the Kalhoras, or most likely the Talpur Mirs of Sindh ruled over the area.


More than 80 km away from Khuzdar there is a beautiful village called Moola, It is a Tehsil of District Khuzdar. It is famous due to historical place as well as its geographical location; it is the gate way between central Baluchistan and West Baluchistan, Sindh and Iran. People opt this way (Moola Pass) because it is the shortest distance between central Baluchistan and Sindh. Ruins of Thore khear, Hatachi, Hayrav, Kial Beig and Pasta Khan reveal the belonging of Moola to the 2,000-year-old civilization. Moola River is the biggest river of Jalawan, its origin exists in mountains of Dist Khuzdar. Fish is also found in this river that is why fishing is one of the best hobbies of people in this area. One can find many fields of Mangos on the way; these mangos are juicy and suitable for the manufacture of pickle. Besides mangoes there are many fields of orange, lemon, olive. Jahan is one of the most beautiful village of Sub Tehsil Moola. In this village many waterfalls are found, Chotok is one of the biggest waterfalls of Sub Tehsil Moola as well as Baluchistan. This waterfall exist between two hills, the peaks of the hills are interacted with each other that is why waterfall just looks like an umbrella. For this reason it attracts the tourist to itself. Its water is hot during winter season and cold during summer season, people feel pleasant and find themselves in the imaginative world.