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Explored: Pakistan Largest mud volcanoes KundMalir desert beach, Balochistan

KundMalir is a beach in Balochistan, Pakistan near Hingol, about 145 km from Zero-Point on Makran Coastal Highway. Travelling time from Karachi is around 4 to 5 hours and there are no food and fuel facilities available on the way. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in this world. However lacking the basic facilities like hotels, restaurants, fuel stations and no cell phone signals it still is worth visiting with a really calm peaceful and soothing environment.

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Al-Hasan Hotel at Hingol River Breakfast at a roadside teashop at Winder tehsil in Balochistan

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Teashop nearest Mountain people in climbing

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Al-Hasan Hotel at Hingol River Mountain

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NaniMandir Hinglaj Mandir (NaniMandir), in Baluchistan

The holy place of pilgrimage for Hindus in general and for the devotees of AADH SHAKTI “DEVI MAATA” sect in specific is situated in the mountain cave “HINGLAJ MANDIR ” on the river bank of “HINGHOL” at the tail of “KHEER THAR” mountains called “KANRAJ” in tehsil Lyari of Balochistan.It is considered one of the famous and largest TEERATHS of Indo-Pak Subcontinent.

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Hingol National Park, Princess of Hope (Photo)

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The KundMalir beach (Photo)

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Mud Volcano

World’s largest and highest known mud volcano is placed in Balochistan, Pakistan. The altitude of peak mud volcano here is 300 ft. A view of the Chandragup mud volcano in the JhalJhao tehsil of Balochistan

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Travel blog: KundMalir

Photography & Written By: Syed Ali Ashraf

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