Hingol National Park – Wildlife of Pakistan – Sanctum and Tourist Spot

All You Need to Know About Hingol National Park - Hingol National Park

Hingol National Park

Hingol National Park is the largest park in Balochistan and Pakistan. It surrounds an area of 639043 hectares. 190 km from Karachi, this park included three districts of Balochistan named Gwadar, Lasbela, and Awaran.

It is named after the river Hingol flowing in this area. Situated on the Makran Coastal Highway, it was given the title of National Park in 1988.

This park is considered to be unique because of the four different ecosystems. The famous Hanglaj Temple of Hindus is also located here.

Hingol river at Hingol national park -Balochistan-province-Pakistan

This park is divided into mountains, sandy rocks, and a flood plain near the river.

The Hingol Canal passes through this park. It forms a tidal wave before falling into the sea. It is a habitat for many Immigrants birds and crocodiles. Numerous birds and animals are present in the park. Countless valuable and rare plants are also found in this area.

Nizam Ud Deen Usman

He is known as Travel Blogger. He Visit around the Pakistan to explore the beauty of Pakistan. He is continuously updating his content to feed his reader the best they are searching for.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button
error: Content is protected !!