Karachi, Pakistan » Entertainment » Activities

Karachi has plenty of things to do, see and experience. The city is full of exciting places, where one can easily spend many hours enjoying the fun and entertainment. As is the case with plenty of cities, walking is one of the best ways to explore. Walk along the streets or markets of Karachi to know more about the local traditions and daily life of the residents.

Karachi Sightseeing

Karachi is called the city of lights. Go sightseeing in and around Karachi. It is Pakistan's most cosmopolitan city. Visit some famous landmarks like Habib Bank Plaza, Seaview Park etc.

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Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites

There are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites at the outskirts of Karachi - The Chaukhandi Tombs, Makli Necropolis and Shah Jehan Mosque. You can plan to visit all three in a day. When in Karachi, one must visit these places.

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Visit the Thar Desert

The Thar Desert is about 4000 to 10,000 years old and has an area of approximately 200,000 square kilometres. The desert is also called the "Great Indian Desert". You can also visit Jain Temples, Hindu temples, ancient mosques in the desert and experience the culture of the desert.

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Enjoy the Local Food of Karachi

Taste of authentic street food of Karachi. Eat chicken Nalli Biryani (bone marrow), fish katakat and savoury Matka Kulfi.

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Visit Indus Valley

The Indus Valley was home to one of the world's first large civilisations. There were more than 1,400 towns and cities in the Indus Valley. The biggest were Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro.

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Enjoy Skiing at Beach

Enjoy skiing at Hawksbay and Turtle Beach Karachi.

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Turtle Spotting

Tourists can engage in turtle spotting activity if they arrive in Karachi between September and November. They will be amazed to see giant Olive Ridley and green turtles dotting the Karachi spot line, eager to blend with the sea waters. Hire a boat from Keamari Harbour to spot turtles at Hawkes Bay and Sandspit, where these endangered species breed. However, it's a crime to disturb them or go close to them when they come ashore for nesting.