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Karachi

Top 8 Attractions in Karachi

 

Karachi is the largest metropolitan city of Pakistan as well as the economic powerhouse of the country. The city is well known for its diverse culture with people from all around the country living here. It is also famous for its malls, rich cuisine and of course the beaches. There is an array of fun things to do in Karachi, offering you many activities to enjoy but also making it hard to choose between them. So, what are the top places to visit in Karachi? That’s what we’re here to tell you with our expert judgment.

Charna Island

This small uninhabited island floats in the azurite Arabian Sea. There have been sightings of Blue Whales with their cubs here as well as Baleen Whales, Angel Fishes, and the Great Barracuda. You can scuba dive into the Arabian Sea to enter into a world of colour and life with green turtles, sea urchins, and a multitude of lively fishes swimming around you. You can also enjoy speed boating, wake surfing, banana tubing, and underwater photography. The Charna Island is a good place to hike in too. It’s definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the adventurers who love to make the most out of experiences.

Clifton Beach

A trip to Karachi is not complete without visiting the beach. There are many recreational activities to enjoy such as horse riding, scuba diving, and cliff diving. Spend your day watching the golden blanket of sand being washed by seashells and the rippling waves of the Arabian Sea. At night, watch the place light up with lights after a deep ombre sunset. You’ll find some of the best eateries lined along the beach to truly experience the authentic taste of Pakistani cuisine and eat the night away.

Mohatta Palace

Resting in the heart of Karachi, Mohatta Palace is an unmatched illustration of art, culture, and involved architecture made out of Pink Jodhpur Stone and local Yellow Stone from Gizri. What was once a palace made for a Prince’s sick wife who needed to be near the sea to stay healthy, is now used as a museum and gallery. The manicured gardens are a pleasure to stroll in whilst observing the Mughal architecture and art. The tomb structures are a sight to marvel at, making this one of the best places to see in Karachi.

Port Grand

Port Grand is one of the best destinations in Karachi as it is known to be the leisure hub of the city. You’ll find excellent eating establishments here whether it be a posh seaside restaurant or an inexpensive diner, there are endless options of diverse cuisines and expert tastes from all over the world. The Port celebrates Karachi with its diverse art, fun, and entertainment. From cinemas to theme parks and gaming arcades, everything is within hands reach. Not to mention, you’ll be doing all this by the deep, blue sea.

Turtle Beach

As the name suggests, this beach is famous for the Green Sea Turtles and Olive Ridley Turtles that nestle in the golden sands of Karachi. Hundreds of eggs are laid each year and the sight of cute baby turtles hatching from their eggs is just adorable. There are also numerous recreational activities to enjoy such as jet skiing, fishing, and camel rides. The beach is perfect for a beachside picnic to relax and unwind next to the deep blue ocean.

Chaukhandi Tombs

Dripping with heritage, the Chaukandi Tombs will provide a historical experience bound to amaze. The tombs are famed for their exceptional sand structures that are a spectacle to the eyes. The sandstone tombs are made as single graves as well as groups that are raised on a mutual platform. The carvings of the ancient tribes can be seen all over the site depicting Sindhi designs. There are so many geometric patterns and symmetrical illustrations to awe at. It is estimated that the tombs were erected somewhere amid the 15th to 18th Centuries.

Quaid’s Mausoleum (Mazar-E-Quaid)

This is the resting place of the founder of Pakistan, called Quaid in Urdu, Muhammad Ali Jinnah along with his family. Many come to pay homage to the family at this beautiful top destination. The architecture of the tomb and museum is inspired by Uzbekistani design featuring a dome atop a cube made of stunning white marble. It is a wonderful place to enjoy the gorgeous architecture decked with flowers and trees and a great cultural experience. You’ll find this iconic place to be open 24 hours with people visiting around the clock.

Pakistan Air Force Museum

For history enthusiasts, this is one of the must-visit places in Karachi. You’ll find historical jets, radars, and weaponry used by the Pakistan Air Force. There are even planes from World War 1 and 2 on display to marvel at. The museum features an indoor and outdoor section. There is a large garden exhibiting models of tanks and aircraft where you can sit and have a pleasant picnic. Many eateries and food stalls are available within the main outdoor court where you can enjoy delicious meals. There is even a gift shop from where you can buy souvenirs as a keepsake and memory of your cultural experience.

 

Karachi offers some of the best cultural experiences for tourists. You’ll find so many things to do from visiting historical sites or diving into the deep blue sea to having a night full of entertainment along the dazzling seaport. Whether you’re wanting to spend time hiking, sightseeing, or eating renowned foods from around the world, you’ll find it all. There’s no doubt that it is an experience of a lifetime so book your trip to one of the most fun destinations in Pakistan today.