Ormara Beach Excursion Day Tour
The opportunity to explore the coastal belt of Makran Coastal Highway, .Kund Malir Beach, Hingol National Golden Beach . Park, Princes of Hope, Buzzi Pass and the arid landscape of Baluchistan
Top Tourist Palaces On The Way In Detail
Hangol National Park
The national park entails topographical features varying from barren forests in the north to cooler regions in the west that have regular rainfall and are home to different plants and animals.
The Ormara beach; Ormara is an old coastal city .When fleeting towards Gwadar all the way through Makran Coastal Highway. Ormara comes in central between Karachi and Gwadar. Its past routes are connected with Alexander the Great, who stayed there with his territorial army for a small number of days on his way back from the Indus region, after winning the lands of Sindh, Punjab and the North-West Frontier Province.
Golden Beach Kund Malir
Kund Malir Beach is a beautiful coast right off the highway, located 3 to 3.5 hours from Karachi on the Makran Coastal Highway in Balochistan. Kund Malir is a golden sand beachKund Malir Beach is located near Hingol. This beach is about 150 km from Makran coastal highway and it took almost 4 hours to reach this beach from Karachi, the capital city of Sindh. Kund Malir Beach is a calm and soothing place to visit.
Princess Of Hope
The number of tourists visiting Princess of Hope and Hingol National Park has been growing over time, but no steps have been taken to preserve this heritage. People who come here write their names and those of their loved ones on the walls near the picture with sharp objects or markers. That is why in many places you will see the names of people who have been impressed by the name.
Ormara is an old coastal city. Its historical lines are connected with Alexander the Great, who stayed here with his army for a few days returning from the Indus region after conquering the Sindh, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa districts in 400 BC. One of his generals, Ormoz, died there, and the modern city was named after him.Ormara has a port and fish harbour. The Jinnah Naval Base of the Pakistan Navy is located at Ormara.
The Pakistan navy controls this area, and their equipment are spread throughout, giving tourists a fascinating glimpse of the naval forces at work.
Hanglaj Mata Mandir
Hinglaj Mata or Hinglaj Devi or Hingula Devi or Nani Mandir, is a Hindu temple in Hinglaj and known as Devi Hinglaj Mata Mandir Balochistan.Hinglaj is a coastal town of Makran in Lasbela district of Balochistan, and is in the middle of Hingol National Park. It is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas in the Shaktism denomination of Hinduism.It is one of the three Shakti Peethas in Pakistan, the other two are Shivaharkaray and Sharada Peeth. It is a form of Durga or Devi in a mountain cave on the shores of the Hingol River.
Over the past three decades, the popularity of Devi Hinglaj Mata Mandir Balochistan has increased and has become a regular visiting area for Pakistan’s Hindu communities. Hinglaj Yatra is the largest Hindu pilgrimage in Pakistan. More than 250,000 hindu devotees participate in the Hinglaj Yathra during peak season.