Gorakh Hill Station offers a chance to camp out with your loved ones under a starry sky where you can enjoy the night with a bonfire, BBQ, and storytelling.
As you trek up from the campsite to the highest point of Gorakh, you can rest on one side of the mountain to watch the colors change in the sky as the sun goes down, and be mesmerized on the other side of the mountain as it comes up a few hours later.
Our guide will facilitate the entire tour, including meals arrangement, transportation, accommodation, treks, and even a brief session on astronomy.
Day 1: Karachi to Gorakh
Stop At: Gorakh Hill Station, Wahi pandi-Gorakh road, Dadu Pakistan
Gorakh Hill Station is one of the most famous camping spots accessible from Karachi. At an elevation of about 5,689 ft, it offers breathtaking views of the Kirthar National Park. It is known for beautiful sunsets and sunrises (any time of the year), strong winds, several short treks, and a sky of full of stars under which you camp the night out. Travelers also have the option of taking up a room in the Gorakh Resort.
In order to reach Gorakh Hill Station, travelers are taken on a 4WD jeep safari from Wahi Pandi through the rugged hills of Kirthar Range.
Duration: 1 day
Accommodation included: Camping/Room
Day 2: Gorakh to Karachi
Stop At: Lal Shahbaz Qalandar Shrine, Bodla Bahar St, Sehwan Pakistan
On the way back from Gorakh, travelers have the option of visiting the famous shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar - a famous scholar, Sufi saint, and a religious poet.
The shrine is visited by hundreds of his followers and other tourists each day. Here, you might catch a Sufi poet singing one of Shahbaz Qalandar's works as a form of reverence and tribute.
There is a local handicrafts market right outside the shrine where travelers can buy small locally made items - trinkets, shawls, and such.
Duration: 45 minutes
No accommodation included on this day.
Commences in:Karachi, Pakistan
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