The Hingol National Park covers an area of 619043 ha It was established in 1988. The largest National Park in Pakistan, lies on the Makran coast approximately 270 km from Karachi and there is another access to the park Via District Awaran Tehsil Jahoo. The area was for the first time declared reserved in 1988. The
park area covers parts of the three districts, namely; Lasbela, Gawader and Owaran of Baluchistan province containing a variety of topographical features and vegetation, varying from arid sub tropical forest in the north to arid mountain in the west. Large tracts of the NP are covered with drift sand and can be classified as coastal semi desert.
The National Park includes the estuary of the Hingol river which supports a significant diversity of bird and fish species.
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Mountain in Hingol
Tomb of soldiers of Muhammad Bin Qasim
Princes of hope
Princess of Hope is a natural rock formation that manifests a princess looking beyond horizons.
Kund Malir Beach
Mud Volacno has distance of around 100km from Uthal
Although no detailed inventories of wildlife have been undertaken, Hingol is known to support threatened invertebrates in addition to a variety of bird species
Mammals in the park include Sindh leopard , Indian Fox, Jungle cat, Blandford’s Urial, Chinkara Gazelle etc.
Birds in the park are Houbara Bustard, Dalmatian and Spot-billed Pelican, Bonnelli’s eagle, Imperial eagle, Tawny eagle, Golden eagle, Eurasian griffon vulture, Egyptian vulture, Cinereous vulture etc.
The Marsh Crocodile, Olive Ridley and Green Marine Turtles, Desert Monitor lizard, Yellow Monitor lizard, and different species of lizard and chameleon.
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Hingol National Park is along the Makran coast in southwestern Balochistan Province, southwestern Pakistan.