Tourism in Balochistan might be a laughable idea to the uninformed, but the terrains of Balochistan hold a range of majestic scenery. Among these, Balochistan features a number of beautiful beaches as it shares the coast of the Arabian Sea with Sindh. The most attractive feature of these beaches in Balochistan is that they are mostly undeveloped and unexplored, so compared to the beaches in Karachi these beaches are much cleaner, with shinier white sand and a lot to look forward to in terms of sight-seeing. Tripkar brings you a list of beautiful beaches in Balochistan:
The Pakistan Super League first edition (2016) just recently ended in Dubai International Cricket Stadium. The tournament took place in the UAE, which has been the substitute home ground for Pakistan Cricket Team for more than half a decade. It has been a rollercoaster event with some breathtaking cricket due to exceptional performances, but it has also been a little more than that. Tripkar brings you a glimpse of everything that made Pakistan Super League everyone’s priority while it went on.
Inspired by Kangana Ranaut’s Queen and want to go on a girls’ (or just girl’s) week out of the city? Look no further, here’s a list of Pakistan’s most friendly places for female travelers looking to explore the country. So this Women’s Day, go for a dream vacation to any of these beautiful places!
The history of Peshawar dates back to around 539 B.C. making it one of the oldest living cities in South Asia. The city is host to a number of historical and cultural attractions and the list of places to visit in Peshawar is an interesting one.
For most of us, spring brings a kind of joy that no other weather could. It brings about an air of love, peace and harmony, an air of colors and best of all, a much-awaited respite from the biting cold. Springs in Pakistan are arguably the best in the region, and such weather obviously calls for adventures and sightseeing. Tripkar brings you a list of places for you to visit during spring season in Pakistan: