Quetta is the capital city of Baluchistan. It is considered as the list of very important cities of Pakistan. It is famously called fruit production city in Pakistan. This name must be given to this city due to the massive production of the fruits. Dry fruits were also produced from this city and all of this mega-production was exported to the other countries. The city looks extremely beautiful and gorgeous natural-looking. It is famously known as “Mini Paris”.

This city is situated at an altitude of 1680 m. This city is located on the northwestern side of the Pak-Afghan border. There have been different grazing lands, hills, diversified kind of plants and gorgeous kind of creatures. Quetta is one of the most populous cities in the Baluchistan and has a population of nearly two million. You can book Cheap Flight Tickets to Quetta. Contact and visit the website of Faremakers, Pakistan First Online Travel Company.

Top Attractive Places of Quetta:

Quaid-e-Azam Residency

It is located 8 km away from Ziarat. It is the place where Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah spent the last two months and ten days of his life however this building was actually built during the British Raj in 1892. The British used to spend the holidays there. It is an exceptionally great building and has different historical importance as chinar trees, greenish lawns and blossom gardens presenting a bird’s eye view of the overall valley.


Ziarat is also located in 8,850 m and is 125 km away from Quetta. The mountains which cover Ziarat are extremely beautiful and there is only one highest peak which has an elevation of 11.400 feet. Most of the national and international tourists go to Ziarat in the summer vacations. Several of them come with families, therefore, they choose the holidays of summer vacations. It is also famous for Ziarat that Quaid-e-Azam spent his last months and 10 days in Ziarat. There are a number of trees which surround famous Ziarat. There are a number of juniper trees. Second most notable juniper trees are believed to be surrounding Ziarat. Several of the trees are 7000 years old in the vale.

Pishin Valley

Pishin Valley has located 50 km Quetta, Pakistan. There are numerous fruit plantations in this region. There are different kind of fruits and crops which are grown from here. This valley is famous for crop production. In addition to the fruits and other crops, veggies are grown in this valley.  Gardening and farming are done on a large scale in this Pishin Valley. This valley is the heart and soul of colorful harvesting broadcasts, festivity and also the center of cultural organizations. It is one of the most attractive and colorful sights of Pakistan.

Hanna Lake

Hanna Lake has located 14 km from Quetta, Baluchistan. It is one of the most beautiful lakes in the province of Baluchistan. It was constructed at the reign of British in 1894. It is the basic place of Urak Valley. When we look at the reservoir then it looks of extreme beautiful color. Sauceboats and wheel boats are easily hired by the travelers and tourists who do a tour of Hanna Lake, It is one of the best places in Quetta and if you do not go to Hanna Lake then there is no need of coming to Quetta for the purpose of traveling and tourism.

Hazarganji Chitan National Park

Hazarganji Chitan National Park is the most important place for tourists while they come to Quetta. Hazarganji means “one thousand gems”. It is located 10 miles away from Quetta and it was constructed to especially to protect goats which are found in abundance in this park. There are lots of plants also which can be found out while doing traveling and tourism. There is one specialty of the park that many trees can be found out in the park are of foreign nature. There are also fruits also available in this park. Pistachio and almond trees are found in a very large number in this national park.

Quetta Bazaars

The city has a lot of bazaars for doing the process of buying and selling. There are three bazaars which are famous for everything which is sold in them.  Their names are the following:

  • Suraj Ganj Bazaar
  • Liaquat Bazaar
  • Kandahari Bazaar

All of the above-mentioned bazaars are located on the famous roads of Quetta. Many of the small scale industry and handicrafts are often sold in the bazaars like carpets and dressing is made locally. You can also buy other kinds of items like coats, undergarments, shoes, jewelry, jackets and other kinds of items.

The Urak Valley

The Urak Valley is well known as a land of orchards.  It is located at the twenty-two kilometers away from Quetta. Many of the famous fruits are being grown over here such as apple trees, peaches, orchards, and pomegranate trees look extremely beautiful. There are also fall located in this valley which adds extra-beauty to its natural scenery.

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