4 Days Gwader Ormara & Astola Island Tour
Everyone is familiar with the beauty of Pakistan’s northern areas, but few have taken the time to discover the mesmerising charm of the country’s coast in the south.
Meet in Karachi drive to Pasni Enroute, view the landscape of Hingol National Park on the way, Short stay at Ormara Beach Overnight: Stay at Judi Beach in camp
Visit to Astola Island using local fishing boat Visit tne beaches of Astola, swimming, snorkeling and bird watching Travel back to Agore, Hingol National Park Overnight: Hingol National Park Camp site at Agore
Visit Hinglaj Mata (Nani Mandir) also opportunity for Wildlife watch, including ibex sighting, crocodile and bird watching on the Hingol River Travel to Gwadar
Day 04 Full day Tour and travel Back
Cost per person based on group size 15 or more people
Cost : Rs. 28000.00 or US$ 320.00 Per person minimum 15 people required.
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� Boat ride � Exploring the beauty � Crocodile watch � Bird watch � Camping � Fishing � Sports
� Activities at the beach � Scuba diving.
Astola is also known as Jezira Haft Talar (Island of the Seven Hills) because of the small, rocky mountains that stretch across the 15sq km island.
The reason why the island’s exquisite beauty has remained untarnished is because of its remote location.
Pakistan is blessed with all the natural beauty in the world. It has mesmerising and enthralling landmarks. Pakistan is the land of four seasons which is abundant with scenic sites.
The northern areas in Pakistan have always been the centre of attraction for tourists, but few have seen the riveting and spellbinding spots of southern area.
Astola Island is among the breathtaking and alluring spots in southern areas. It is Pakistan’s largest offshore that graces the Northern Arabian Sea holds its natural charm and mystical allure. It’s also known as the Jezira-e-Haft Talar (The Island of the Seven Hills). The Island is a part of Pasni, Gwadar in Makran. It’s 6.7 kilometres in length and has a width of 2.3 kilometres, surrounded by exquisite beauty with its crystal clear, turquoise water which is worth a view and is home to an astounding variety of marine life. It is seven to eight hours away from Karachi.