Situated west of the Indus Plains, the largest province in Pakistan with an area about 343,000
square km. Though it's bigger than the British Isles, it only has a population of about 6.5 million, due mainly to its daunting
Baluchistan is outside the monsoon zone and has, with the exception of the hilly and arid
mountainous regions, a pleasant climate. In winter the temperature falls to as low as - 30° C while in summer it ranges from
18° to 30° C. The province has been influenced by the civilizations in the Indus, Dir and Swat Valleys.