Enchanting Unseen Places of Pakistan

List Of Unseen Places of Pakistan!

Pakistan has many fascinating resorts, but to the frustration of tourists, these places are still undeveloped.

No matter what path you explore, from crawling weekend bars to hiking through country roads. Hopefully, you will discover the magnificence of hidden gems at some point during your journey.

List Of Unseen Places of Pakistan!

Hidden gems are those unseen places that only you can discover or ignore. They are magical places that will make you a little excited. You will be excited when you find a restaurant, such as Astola Island in Baluchistan, or the Mysterious Ranikot Fort in Sindh. You will feel stunt when you will witness these amazing unseen places and will fall for sunset or sunrise there.

We shared a list of truly amazing and wonderful sites waiting to be discovered, which every Pakistani may not know.

Great Tango Tower

Do you like adventure sports? Baltistan has the most vertical mountain range in the world. The perfect jumping base. The beautiful scenery of Gilgit-Baltistan is unobstructed.

Not many people know this epic place. It was not until 1992 when two Australians set the world record for jumping from Tango.

List Of Unseen Places of Pakistan!, Great Tango Tower

Unseen places of Pakistan: Great Tango Tower

Great Tango is located in the Baltoro Glacier in northern Pakistan. It is the highest formation in the Tango Valley, with 4,396 feet of vertical granite, more than any other place in the world. The tower is located at an altitude of more than 20,000 feet and is combined with the Tango Tower (also known as the Nameless Tower) in the northwest. These strata occupy the horizon when approaching the larger mountains of K2, Broad Peak, Gasherbrum IV, and Nanga Parbat.

From Rohri to Quetta Railway Track 

Train travel is always great when you are with your loved ones, but the beautiful route from Rohri to Quetta will surely make you amazed! Ranked as one of the longest railroad tracks in the world, it is the most beautiful railroad track in all of Asia. It extends from Quetta to Turkey via Iran. The whole journey takes about 10 hours and 40 meters, which is full of fun.

List Of Unseen Places of Pakistan!

Unseen Places of Pakistan: Rohri to Quetta Railway Track


Riding the train is a unique, beautiful, and peaceful experience you can enjoy on the way because this is the way to the final destination. The Rohri to Quetta railway trail is the longest railway ramp in the world and the most fascinating railway journey in Asia. This route passes through 20 tunnels and 368 bridges.

Great Wall of Sindh

Towering and majestic, Ranikot Fort, also known as the Great Wall of Sindh, is one of the largest castles in the world, showing its magnificent charm. About three hours’ drive from Karachi, this is one of the unseen places and a must-visit destination in winter.

Ranikot is known as the “Great Wall of Sindh” and is the largest fortress in the world. This mysterious fortress is 35 km from the town of San in the Jamshoro region.

Unseen Places of Pakistan!

Unseen Places of Pakistan: Great Wall of Sindh

Although it is considered the largest fortress in the world, some archaeologists disagree. When asked about the archaeologist Sarang Joyo, he replied that Ranikot undoubtedly has historical significance and has a long history, but it is no longer the largest fortress in the world.

The famous scholar Noor Ahmad Janjhi said that this is a great wall in Sindh province. It was built centuries ago to check foreign penetration, repair, and reconstruction carried out during the Caliphate period. In addition, it also provides important geographic locations from Sun Gate to Mohan Gate. Shahgar is its main tower whereas Mirikot is a small house in the middle of Ranikot.

Darak Balochistan: where the sand meets the sea

These natural wonders of the world represent the perfect combination of desert and ocean. This charming beach is located in Balochistan province, next to Hingol National Park. In the local language, darkness literally means to settle by the sea. However, this sea is different from many other seas. The sea embraces sandy dunes, as well as rocky, sandy and coral beaches. It’s nice to see palm trees standing high between these sandy beaches.

There are some white hills that the locals use for healing purposes. They believe that lying on these dunes can help relieve musculoskeletal pain. Therefore, they would lie there and relax in the sun-drenched morning.

Unseen Places of Pakistan!

Unseen Places of Pakistan: Darak Beach

In addition to the sea, beaches, and sand dunes, you can also enjoy the beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and forests. Maybe you can make your own exploration through the primitive and primitive nature of the area. Of course, it is best to do it with the help of locals.

Saindak: Home of Gold and Copper

Sai Dak refers to Black Mountain or Kala Pahar. Saindak Dam is located in the center of the arid desert in Balochistan province and is one of the precious jewels of the province. The gentle breeze and water will surely refresh your spirits. Saindak Dam is located in the Saindak/Reko Diq Desert, about 50 kilometers from the Iranian border in Baluchistan, Pakistan. With its unique beauty, Almighty God provides the region with abundant natural resources, including gold, copper, iron, coal, natural gas, oil, and other precious metals that make it unique in the world.

Unseen Places of Pakistan!

Unseen Places of Pakistan: SainDak

Additionally, the gold mine is located near Saindak town, Chagai District, Balochistan Province, Pakistan. In the 1970s, a copper deposit was discovered in Saindak in cooperation with the Chinese.

Astola Island

Decorating the largest coastal island in the North Arabian Sea, it has its natural charm and mysterious charm. This is a favorite place for campers and diving excursions. Somehow falls in unseen places of Pakistan.

Unseen Places of Pakistan!

Unseen Places of Pakistan: Astola-Island


On June 15, 2017, Astola Island, known locally as “Haft Talar” or Seven Hills Island, was declared the first MPA in Pakistan. It is the largest and most inhabited marine island in the country. The beaches of Astola Island provide a nesting site for many endangered birds, green sea turtles, and its waters are about 35 species of corals, dolphins, whales, and fish. Local fishermen use the island to moor boats.

Ancient Cave City

The ancient cave town of “Shehre-e-Roghan” near Lesbella is bigger than any other city in the world. There are thousands of cave houses in the rock, which is really an amazing phenomenon.

A man-made cave with a long history in the mountains. It is like a three-story cave house residential area. The largest room you can see is about 15 x 25 inches. It is said that the monk was built in the 7th century AD.

Unseen Places of Pakistan!

Unseen Places of Pakistan: Cave City

It is a few kilometers away from the city of Lesbella From the perspective of textiles, the history of the cave city is most cited as part of Hinduism, and Mahi Gondrani is a woman who used supernatural power to cleanse this evil place. Some people point out that these caves belong to Buddhism. By the seventh century, they sought refuge in this area.

Its height is six feet, if you can walk in the room, you can see its corners, and your head cannot hit the ceiling, the height of the room is the same, and there is an open space outside the room, and it is also 6 feet high. This is an open space, and you can see the open space in front of it. The beautiful view room is built on the top of the mountain, the interiors are interconnected, and the doors are on both sides

Mud Volcano

Balochistan Province has more than 80 lively volcanic mud, which is one of the tourist attractions with the most surreal potential. Unfortunately, given the difficult terrain, these are out of reach.

Mud volcanoes are landforms composed of mud, water, and natural gas eruption. It is called a volcano, but it is not necessarily related to unique volcanic activity. Only mud will explode with methane. The Arab plate descends to the Eurasian plate in the coastal area of ​​Baluchistan. In many cases, volcanic activity is active in these places, but in Balochistan province, huge “mud volcano areas” have appeared. That makes it on the list of unseen places in Pakistan.


Unseen Places of Pakistan!

Unseen Places of Pakistan: Mud Volcano

According to these documents, there are 3 mud volcanoes in Chandragup, and various descriptions of “Chandragup 1”, “Chandragup 2” and “Chandragup 3” are given. Seemingly safe, the highest of the sacred pilgrimages of Hindu is Chandragup (Chandragup 1). However, don’t know if there are 2 or 3 of the other volcanoes. we understand it in order of height.

Arror Rock, Sindh

Last on the list of unseen places of Pakistan, is Arror Rock. The surprisingly huge shape created by unknown natural forces and the sanctuary at the top makes it one of the most attractive sights in Pakistan. Most of the story of “Arror Rock” is shrouded in mystery, but its beauty is as beautiful as the sun. The stratum shape of the rock is formed by unknown natural forces.

Unseen Places of Pakistan!

Unseen Places of Pakistan: Arror Rock

On the French coast, the rocks produced by the waves have the same shape. However, the dry landscape of Pakistan makes Arror Rock‘s creation even more impressive.

The height of the shelter is equally disturbing. The nearby ruins of Muhammad bin Qasim Mosque date back to the seventh century AD, which may indicate that the tomb was built around this period.

The list ends here of Unseen Places of Pakistan, have you heard regarding any of this? If yes, do share your experience with us through the comment section below, we would love to hear from your side.



Saba Ghani
Saba Ghani

Since 2017, Saba Ghani has been serving as the talented and dedicated chief content writer for Pakistan Tour and Travel & EMHI Solutions. With her exceptional writing skills and in-depth knowledge of the travel industry, she has been instrumental in crafting engaging and informative content that captivates the audience. You can catch her at [email protected] or Twitter

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