Top 10 Places to Visit in Quetta Balochistan - Tanveer Rajput TV


Quetta is the 10th largest city by population. The old name of Quetta is Shalkot. Because of the abundant fruit plantations in and around the city, Quetta is nicknamed the "Fruit Garden of Pakistan". Quetta is famous for its snowy mountains. 

Quetta is the capital city of the province of Balochistan in Pakistan. It is also the largest city in the province, serving as its political and economic hub. The city is located in the north-eastern part of the province, close to the border with Afghanistan.

The city has a population of around 1.5 million people, making it the tenth-largest city in Pakistan. The majority of the population is made up of Baloch people, with smaller numbers of Pashtuns, Hazaras and other ethnic groups. The city is also home to a large number of refugees from Afghanistan.

The economy of Quetta is largely based on Tourism. Quetta is fully safe to visit for the whole year. Quetta is a rich city in Balochistan. This blog will tell you about 10 tourist places in Quetta.

1. Hanna Lake

Hanna Lake is located 14km away from Quetta's main city. Hanna Lake is surrounded by mountains and gives an impressive sight. Hanna lake’s water provided a picture of the water mirror in an exposed brown environment. Visitors can easily rent Hanna Lake by speedboat around the unique islands in the middle of Hannah Lake. There is a restaurant on the lakefront where families may enjoy the food and weather, with picnic tables sheltered by pine trees.

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2. Pishin Valley

Pishin Valley has situated 50km from Quetta. Pishin Valley is fertile land renowned for its greenery and is also the primary place for crop production. It is also known for growing vegetables in addition to crops. In Pakistan, this valley is now known for horticulture and agriculture. In Pishin Valley tourists may take part in sports such as horse riding and jumping. There's also an important event for the dog and hare race, particularly around their harvest festival.

3. Quaid e Azam Residency Ziarat

It is located in the beautiful city of Balochistan. This residence is the city's most well-known landmark. This was the place where Muhammad Ali Jinnah (Quaid-e-Azam) spent the last 70 days of his life. He was nursed by A. S. Nathaniel. It has been built in 1892, under the British Raj. It is a national monument and historic site and it is extremely important for its architecture.

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4. National Park of Hazarganji Chiltan 

Hazarganji means "a thousand treasures." in the native language. This park lies between Hazarganji on the east and Chiltan on its west. This is located near the mountains of Quetta, was founded in 1980 and encompasses 325,000 acres of land. The Chiltan wild goat has an estimated population of 800 individuals. In the Chiltan Range's northern reaches, the Suleiman markhor may be found.

5. Quetta Bazars

Tourists' best attraction in Quetta is the bazaars. Suraj Ganj Bazar, Liaqat Bazar, and Kandari Bazaar are the three largest bazaars in the city of Quetta. Tourists may get inexpensive dried fruits and Balochi traditional rugs. 

6. Askari Park Quetta

Askari park is located near FC hospital in Quetta. This park consists of juniper trees, streams and lakes. This park was established by the Pakistan army in the mid-1990s. This park is the centre of all ages and families. Where they have come to sit and enjoy quality time. There are entertaining activities at this park for kids including dragon rides and trains. 

7. Urak Valley Quetta

This Valley is 21 km away from Quetta main city. On both sides of the road leading to the valley are fruit trees and wild roses. Apricots, apples, and peaches of many varieties abound in this region. An attractive picnic location is a waterfall at the end of the valley of Urak, which is rich with apples and Apricot orchards.

8. Quetta Museum (Quetta Archaeological Museum)

Quetta museum is located near Akbar Bugti cricket stadium. The Quetta Museum includes a variety of galleries on show, including pieces of pottery, Leftovers of Mohenjo-Daro, and Stone Age artefacts from the Zhob and Kalat Valleys. Nonetheless, the Quetta Museum has shown a copy of the Quran inscribed in the hand of Aurangzeb (Mughal Emperor). In general, it is an educational historical museum, with most visitors, tourists and students coming to find knowledge about the preserved object, which is displayed in the gallery.  

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9. Kan Mehtarzai Railway Station

This railway station is located in Zhob Valley Balochistan. Kan Mehtarzai is 16 miles west of the Muslim Bagh. It was Pakistan's highest railway station, at 2224 metres above sea level, until 1986, when service was stopped.

10. Koh-i-Murdar

Koh e Murdaar means Mountain of Mohrdar, which is a peak situated in the range of Mohrdar mountains, located in the East of Quetta. The peak of Koh-i-Murdar is the sixth highest in Balochistan and the fourth highest in Quetta. 

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