Beaches
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Astola Island

pliantly Astola Island, also known as Gezira Haft Talar Satadip or ‘Island of the Seven Hills, is a small uninhabited Pakistani island in the Arabian Sea. Approximately 25 km south of the nearest part of the coast and 39 km southeast of the fishing port of Pasni.

Astola is Pakistan’s largest offshore island at approximately 6.7 km long with a maximum width of 2.3 km and an area of approximately 6.7 km2. The highest point is 246 ft above sea level.

Administratively, the island is part of the Pasni subdistrict of the Gwadar District in Balochistan province. The island can be accessed by motorized boats from Pasni, with a journey time of about 5 hours to reach the island. Astola Island beach is included is one of the most beautiful and exciting beaches in Pakistan.

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Cape Mount

Cape Monze beach is otherwise called Cape Mount. It is situated close to Mubarak Village. The place has been a separation marker for ships moving toward Karachi Harbor. In spite of the fact that there are very few cottages accessible, they are a considerable measure of exercises that one can do including camel riding, horseback riding, and a lot of other stuff.

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French Beach

Extending from French Beach the distance to Gwadar are some of Asia’s most wonderful extends of the beach. Where the betray meets the Arabian Sea, are a huge number of water sports including scuba jumping, swimming, sculling, windsurfing, kayaking, remote ocean diversion angling and this districts best surf.

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Clifton Beach

Clifton Beach was the most prominent silver-sand shoreline amid the twentieth century however now it is influenced by an oil slick that happened in 2003. The beach has attractions for families and voyagers, including beachside stallion and camel rides, entertainment meccas, eateries, and swimming in the Arabian Sea.

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Churna Island

Charna Island is located near Mubarak Goth, Kiamari Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Churna Island is a small, uninhabited island located in the Arabian Sea. Which is about 9 km west of the mouth of the Hub River called “Manjhar Beach”, at the boundary between the provinces of Balochistan and Sindh.

Charna is approximately 1.2 km long and 0.5 km wide. Charna is also locally known “Cheerno”. It is 6 km away from Mubarak Village. Fishermen from Mubarak Goth go fishing near Churna Island.

Mubarak Goth is the second-largest fisherman locality in Karachi; nevertheless, it lacks basic amenities including education, health care, jetties, ownership rights, and communication. Charna Island beach is included as one of the most beautiful and exciting beaches in Pakistan.

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Gadani Beach

Gadani Beach is located on the lines of the Arabian Sea, near the Hub River and Cape Monze in Gadani, Lasbela District, Balochistan. Gadani is a coastal village of Lasbela District located in the southern part of Balochistan along the Arabian Sea, Pakistan. It is also a Union Council of Hub Tehsil and is just a 1-hour drive away from Karachi, Sindh. The population of Gadani was estimated to be around 10,000 in 2005. More than 97% of the population is Muslim with a small Hindu minority. The majority of the population speaks Balochi and there is a small Sindhi-speaking minority. Gadani Island beach is included is one of the most beautiful beaches to visit in Pakistan.

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Gwadar

Gwadar pronounced is a port city on the southwestern coast of Balochistan, Pakistan. The city is located on the shores of the Arabian Sea, approximately 700 kilometers to the west of Pakistan’s largest city, Karachi. Gwadar is near the border with Iran and is located to the east of the Persian Gulf and opposite Oman. Gwadar and its surrounding region were overseas possessions of the Sultanate of Muscat and Oman from 1783 until Pakistan purchased the territory on September 8, 1958. Pakistan assumed control of the territory on December 8, 1958, and the territory was later integrated into Balochistan province on July 1, 1977, as Gwadar District. Gwader Island beach is included is one of the most beautiful beaches to visit in Pakistan.

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Hawke’s Bay Beach

Named after a Governor from the Victorian era, Hawke’s Bay or Hawkesbay has situated 20 km away southwest of Karachi. A very popular beach amongst beach lovers, Hawkes Bay is a sandy beach with crystal blue water. It is one of the few beaches of the world where green turtles, one of the rarest species of reptiles, come and lay their eggs.

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Jiwani Beach

Jiwani is located at the eastern end of Gwadar Bay. The area around the bay includes an important mangrove forest extending across the international border to Iran and is an important habitat for a wide variety of wildlife, especially the endangered Olive Ridley and Green Turtles. Plans to grant fishing concessions and offshore drilling rights are potentially a threat to the wildlife of the area. The population largely depends upon fishing. There are a number of export-oriented fish freezing plants located in Jiwani.

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Kund Malir Beach

Kund Malir is a desert beach in Balochistan, Pakistan near Hingol, about 145 km from Zero-Point on Makran Coastal Highway. The drive between Kund Malir and Ormara is considered to be scenic. The area is part of Hingol National Park which is the largest in Pakistan.

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Manora Beach

Manora or Manoro is a small peninsula located just south of the Port of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Manora is connected to the mainland by a 12-kilometer long causeway called the Sandspit. Manora and neighboring islands form a protective barrier between Karachi harbor to the north and the Arabian Sea to the south. The western bay of the harbor contains endangered mangrove forests that border the Sandspit and Manora island. To the east is Karachi Bay and the beach towns of Kamari and Clifton. The peninsula is located at 24°48′00″N 66°58′00″E. There are several ethnic groups including Muhajirs, Punjabis, Sindhis, Christians, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochis, Memons, Bohras, and Ismailis.

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Nathiagali Beach

Nathiagali Beach is a must-place to go place for beach outings in the vicinity of Karachi. It’s famous for its clear blue water. The hut on the cliff offers breathtaking views. The hut is equipped with a washroom and a kitchen with food, a heating facility, a stove, and adequate gas. Nathia Gali Beach is a beach situated 40 km southwest of Karachi. It is accessible through Mauripur Road or the Mubarak Goth Road from Karachi. It is located 10 KM from the Karachi Nuclear Power Complex.

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Ormara Beach

Ormara is a town in Gwadar District in the Balochistan province of Pakistan. It is a port city located in the Makran coastal region. It is located 360 kilometers west of Karachi and 230 kilometers east of Gwadar on the Arabian Sea. This port is also mentioned in Periplus of the Erythraean Sea as Area.

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Paradise Point

Paradise Point, on the Arabian Sea, is a beach in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Paradise Point is a sandstone rock promontory that once had a natural arch. The beach has attractions for families and tourists, including beachside horse and camel rides, amusement parks, restaurants, and swimming in the Arabian Sea. Paradise Point Beach is accessible through Mauripur Road or the Mubarak Goth Road from Karachi. Nathiagali Beach is located west of Paradise Point Beach.

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Pasni Beach

Pasni, is a medium-sized town and a fishing port in Gwadar District, Balochistan, Pakistan. Its population is around 33,000. It is located on the Makran coast of the Arabian Sea about 450 km from Karachi. Administratively, Pasni is the headquarters of the Pasni sub-division of Gwadar district that includes Pasni and Ormara Tehsils as well as Astola Island which lies 40 km ESE of Pasni, in the Arabian Sea. The city of Pasni is administratively subdivided into two Union Councils.

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Sandspit Beach

The name of the beach was gotten from the pits where turtles lay their eggs. These pits can be effortlessly found in the winter months. To advance mindfulness among individuals with respect to the uncommon types of Green turtles, World Wide Fund has set up a Wetland Center at Sandspit Beach. The shallow water here is perfect for swimming and sunbathing. It has an uncommon rough development.

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Sonmiani Beach

Sonmiani Beach is a beach located in the Lasbela District of the Balochistan state of Pakistan. It is located in Sonmiani Bay. The beach is a two-hour drive from Karachi and is very popular among tourists. The beach is home to the Portuguese Man of Wars and various species of fish. Near Sonmiani is the town of Hub, a small financial and industrial district. The Pakistan Economic Coordination Commission has announced a plan for the construction of a liquid natural gas terminal.

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Turtle Beach

Situated between Hawke’s Bay and Sandspit, this beach is another reproducing spot for uncommon green turtle species. You can detect these turtles sneaking all through the ocean more often than not after dusk in the winter months. The charming blue water is one of the main attractions of this shoreline. This delightful beach is host to extraordinary visitors in the winter.

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Tushan Beach

Tushan Beach is a good spot if you are looking for some alone time. As the beach ends into huge rocks at the foot of the hills giving an effect of privacy to its visitors. Tushan Island beach is included as one of the best beaches to visit in Pakistan.