Hi folks, aoa!
I'm visiting Quetta/Ziarat next week with wife and kids and need tips about what to do there from experienced travelers and locals.
It will be a 3/4 days outing without a particular agenda.
Any tips on what to do and see in Ziarat in addition to the Quaia-e-Azam residency?
Any specialties? Fruits? Where to but honey?
What to do in Quetta? Where can we find the best Sajji? Is Lehri Sajji still the best?
Where to but dry fruits? Other specialties?
Are there fresh juice shops in Quetta/Ziarat on the lines of those Agha in Karachi?
Any other tips?
Me and some of my friends including some journalists photographers and writers would love a roadtrip across balochistan. I wanted to know is it safe to plan such a venture and if not what can we do to make it safe for us. Any other tips would be welcome as well.
Has anyone been to Gwadar recently? Are there flights to Gwadar? From Muscat? What is the best hotel in Gwadar? Are there any sights to see in Gwadar? Thank you very much for your info!
hey its great to see all the advice you have given.
I wanted to know that i might be traveling with my wife to gawadar. Is the bus trip safe esp to bring my wife along? and which hotel should we stay in. I am not sure . help me out thanks.
I am working on a spain to india by land trip, and if I can get the iranian visa, then I'd like to spend some time in Pakistan. coming from iran, it seems one would have to pass through Quetta. It seems that noone posts on this forum, so i wonder is it too crazy to pass through Quetta, especially as an American national? Would like to know more,
We plan to come to Quetta around midle november by car but we don't know where to stay? we will stay 2 nights and we look for a place where we can parc the car safety. if you know some guest houses friendly it will be nice. thanks in advence an see you soon on the forum.bye herve