Hingol national park stretches out to approximately 1,650 km and is one of the most astronomically immense national parks of Pakistan.
It lies on the Makran coast in Balochistan and is situated about 190 km from Karachi.
The national park entails topographical features varying from barren forests in the north to cooler regions in the west that have customary rainfall and are home to different plants and animals.
Immensely colossal areas of the park are covered with drift sand and can be relegated as coastal semi desert. The park includes the estuary of the Hingol River which fortifies a consequential diversity of bird and fish species
2. On the way to the park, you encounter the Princess Of Hope, Makran
3. The exotic Kund Malir Beach, is also a stop before the Park
4. The gorgeous blue-stoned mountains of the Hingol National Park
5. View of a breathtaking natural oasis resting in the park
6. A jaw-dropping view of the oasis and mountains in Hingol National Park
7. You’re about to be amazed, this is an actual Mud Volcano in the park.
8. The rare and beautiful Ibex goats, drinking from the Hingol river.
9. The Hingol National Park serves as an off-roadster’s paradise
10. A real still taken in the Hingol National Park, as a deer taps out to a leopard.
11. A melanic buck feeds on the rocky mountains in the park, astonishing.
12. A view of the Hinglaj pass, inside the park – admirable beauty
13. A huge crocodile is spotted rolling in the dirt inside the Hingol park.
14. One of Pakistan’s oldest temples – Nani Mandir, Hingol.
15. You can travel and surf the park, but hunting any animal bird is prohibited
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