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Administrative Structure
SOME BEAUTIFULL PLACES OF PAKISTAN
ABBOTABAD
ANSOO LAKE
A TRAVEL FROM CHILAS TO THANDIANI
AMBELA PASS
ASTOR VALLEY
ATTOCK FORT
AYUBIA
AZAD JAMMU & KASHMIR
BABUSAR PASS
Bahawalpur
BAHRIN
BALAKOT
Battakundi and Lalazar
Beautiful landscapes of Sri
BESHAM
BLOCHISTAN
CHILAS
CHITRAL VALLEY
CONCORDIA
Dams
DARRA ADAM KHEL
DEOSAIN JEEP SAFARIS
DIR & CHITRAL REGIONS
Distance of Abbottabad City from various Cities of Pakistan
DUNGAGALI
EVENTS OF PAKISTAN
FAIRY MEADOWS
GHIZAR VALLEY
GILGIT VALLEY
GIRI FORT
GULMIT
HARAPPA
HARIPUR
HASAN ABDAL
HAZARA REGION
Highest Mountains of Pakistan
HINDUKUSH JEEP SAFARIS
HISPAR PASS
HISTORY OF POLO
HUNZA VALLEY
HUSHE VALLEY
HYDERABAD
Ishkoman Valley
ISLAMABAD
JARED
K2 BASE CAMP
K2- Concordia Trek
KAFIR-KALASH TRIBE
Kaghan Village
KALAM
KALASH
Kallar Kahar Lake and Katas Temple
KARACHI
Karakoram Highway
Karakoram Jeep Safari
Kawai
Khaplu
Khewra Salt Mines
Khunjerab National Park
Khunjerab Pass
LAHORE
LAKE SAIFUL MULUK
LAKES & DAMS
LAKES OF PAKISTAN
Lal Suhanra National Park
Lalazar
LOCATION & GEOGRAPHY
Lulu Sar Lake
Lush green meadows and lovely lake of Paya
MADYAN
MAJOR INDICATORS IN PAKISTAN
MALAKAND
::Malam Jabba::
Malkandi Forest:
Mansehra
MARGHZAR
Masherbrum Base
MIANDAM
MINGORA
Moenjodaro
Mosque at Bhong
Mountaineering in Pakistan
MULTAN
Murree and the Galis
Nagar Valley
Naltar Plateau
Naltar Valley
Nanga Parbat Base Camp (Fairy Meadows)
NARAN
NathiaGali
NIMOGRAM BUDDHIST STUPAS
N W F P
PAKISTAN KNOW HOW
Pakistan A Tourist's Paradise
::Parks of Pakistan ::
Passu
Patundas
Peshawar
PUNJAB
Quetta
Rakaposhi
Rawalpindi
Rupal valley

BALOCHISTAN

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 arid geography.


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.