Pakistan: There are too many Beautiful island in Pakistan, just like Paradise on Planet Earth. Pakistan is one of the most naturally beautiful countries in the world where more then 90% is a natural beauty. In Pakistan, There are four (4) rivers.
1.) River Neil
2.) River Sutlaj
3.) River Kunhar
ISLANDS IN PAKISTAN: 3 sides of Pakistan covered by countries and 1 side is cover by water (Arabian Sea) which presents the beauty of the country more beautiful, most of the islands in Province Balochistan and Sindh. In Balochistan, there are 4 islands on the other hand in Sindh there are more than 10 islands.
There are 4 main islands in Balochistan. (Astola , Zalzala , Charna , Malan ).
Astola is located in province Balochistan, it is also known as Hift e Talar in Balcohi (زروان ءِ هفت تلار). Pakistan first ever marine protected area on 15 June 2017 astola locally called هفت تلار are all the island of seven hills is the largest uninhabited offshore island located along the Balochistan coast the scenic spot has all the hallmarks of a tourist gateway sandy beaches clear water and a remarkable variety of marine life nearly 25 species of coral are found in its surrounding waters along with the Arabian Sea humpback whale dolphins and a number of rare marine mammals and fish species.
Astola, our sandy beaches provide nesting grounds for sea turtle particularly the endangered green turtle and the Hawksbill turtle the island is also the only place in the world where the Estella saw-scaled Vipers found apart from a stola Pakistan’s coastline boasts a number for the sites which are rich in biodiversity churna near the port city of Karachi is the most prominent and is visited by thousands of tourists every year nc lab efforts are now on the way to get journey and to other sites coatl Bay and me Annie Hall declared MPAs marine protected areas can conserve and sustain important landscapes and seascapes steps now need to be taken to ensure that the Estella MPA is collaboratively and sustainably managed.
Zalzala Koh: Zalzala is also known as زلزلہ جزیرہ in Urdu. Zalzala Jazeera (Earthquake Island) was a small island off the coast of the port city of Gwadar, Balochistan, Pakistan which appeared on 24 September 2013 following an earthquake. Pakistan is spewing flammable gas but will it last. This earthquakes an unusual island has formed off the coast of Pakistan that may offer some clues to geothermal activity in the region to recap Pakistan suffered two large quakes last week the first 27.7 in the second is six point eight according to the USGS which together have killed hundreds in the alwah Ronn district located in the southwestern region of the country following the event new island appeared about six hundred meters off the coast images from NASA and Pakistan’s National Institute of Oceanography show a rocky mass estimated about 250 to 300 feet across and 60 to 70 feet above water level according to the Institute the surface is a mixture of mud fine sand and rock and is littered with dead fish.
But as it turns out the island may not be an island at all soon after it appeared reports surfaced that the island was spewing a flammable gas a local journalist described a hissing sound emitting from the surface that lit on fire when he placed a match near it and that it was also difficult to snuff out in spite of the seeming danger though locals have flocked to the island for the rare chance to walk on a brand new landmass a rare phenomenon yes but is it unique no this particular coastline in Pakistan is prone to what are called mud volcanoes a geothermal phenomenon that can occur when sediments like silt and clay become pressurized by hot gas trapped underground demonstrates what a mud volcano can look like
and they popped up often after major earthquakes the most notorious example of a mud volcano is called Lucy in East Java Indonesia which began erupting in 2006 and demolished an entire town meanwhile scientists have identified at least one possible cause for the activity of this kind in the region back in 1945 the region was hit by an 8.1 quake which sometimes hissed now believed triggered the release of methane gas into the surrounding ocean according to researchers at the University of Bremen in Germany between that seismic event and heightened emissions in that part of the world so does this mean we’ll see more mystery islands springing up around us perhaps but experts say the island is likely to disappear quickly probably within a few months you lived through a quake or heard of any unusual events in the aftermath of one geologist
Malan Island is located in Balochistan, it is also know as Peer Ghaib. Emergency of Malan is caused by eruption of mud volcano inside the Arabian sea. It is almost 3 KM off to the coast of Makran, Balcohistan (Pakistan). It ran out of water overnight in March of 1999. It vanished and went down below sea level within a year, it reappeared in 2010.
Churna Island is one of beautiful and visit-able island in Pakistan and located near Mubarak Goth, kiamari Town Karachi, Sindh. This is also known as Charna and in Urdu its called جزیرہ چرنا. This uninhabited island located in Arabian sea. About 9 km (5.6 mile) west of the mouth of the Hub River called “Manjhar Beach”, at the boundary between the provinces of Balochistan and Sindh. Charna is approximately 1.2 km (0.75 mile) long and 0.5 km (0.31 mile) wide. Charna is also locally known “Cheerno“. It is 6 km away from Mubarak Village. Fishermen from Mubarak Goth go fishing near Charna Island. Mubarak Goth is the second largest fisherman locality in Karachi; nevertheless, it lacks basic amenities including education, health care, jetties, ownership rights and communication.
In Sindh there are more than 10 islands in Sindh which are:
Shams Pir Island
Shams Pir is also known as شمس پیر near Karachi Pakistan on western end of Port Karachi. This island is near to Sandspit beach and kakapir valley.
It is directed as a major aspect of the Karachi West locale. Roughly 5,000 individuals presently live on the island. The town is circumscribed by thick Mangrove backwoods which develop in the harbor.
Hoaxes Pir is named for a Mazar (place of worship) of a holy person named Hazrat Sham Pir which situated on the island. Hoaxes Pir is an old town which, as Bhit Shah and Baba Island, originates before the proper foundation of Karachi. Occupants from Baba and Bhit islands helped settle Shams Pir. During the British time, a few inhabitants of Mithadar and Kharadar were settled in Shams Pir during development of the Port of Karachi.Some of those occupants moved further west and set up the angling town of Kakapir.
Baba and Bhatt Island
Baba and Bhit island is alson known as جزیرہ بابا بھٹ in urdu. It is also know as Baba and Bhatt island. it is located near by harbor Karachi or Port of Karachi. There are two very small populated densely. The approximate are of Baba bhit island is 4 kilo meter square and covered with around 25,000 people population.This Island is around 400 years old and always remember for fishing. Baba and Bhit island is connected with Karachi with ferry.
Buddo is also known as جزیرہ بدو in Urdu, and also in sindhi its known as ڏنگي ٻيٽ. This island is located in Arabian sea, near by Karachi harbor. Tourist visit Buddo for adventure they can use boat or helicopter for travel to Buddo Island from Agatti to Bangaram and Kadmat.
Bukkur island is also known as (in sindhi بکر) located in Rohri Sukkur District, Pakistan. Named Bukkur (Dawn) by Sayyid Muhammad Al-Makki in the seventh century of Hijri, this is a limestone rock, oval fit as a fiddle, 800 yards (730 m) long by 300 yards (270 m) wide, and around 25 feet (7.6 m) in stature. As per the Superintendent of Land Records and Registration, Sindh, in 1912, the zone of Bukkur was 255,292 sq. yards, or 49 sections of land (20 ha). These days Bukkur is involved by an Army government funded school, and the tomb of Sayyid Sadruddin, who was the child of Sayyid Muhammad Al-Makki.
Bundal Island is also known as Bhundaar Island and in Urdu its called بندل جزیرہ and in Sindhi its known as ڀنڍار ٻيٽ.. Bundal island is very small island in Pakistan and located in Arabian sea off the coast of Karachi, Sindh.There is a contest between the commonplace legislature of Sindh and Karachi Port Trust on the proprietorship privileges of 12,000 sections of land (49 km²) of land in these Islands. Bahria Town marked a joint endeavor with the organizations of Thomas Kramer to create Bodha Island City on Bundal and Buddo Islands with an expense of $20 Billion. Covering 12,000 sections of land of land, this undertaking will be created in a range of 5–10 years however the private networks will begin being given once again to individuals in 2016. The worldwide attractions of the undertaking include world’s tallest structure, world’s biggest shopping center, sports city, instructive and clinical city, universal city and a media city – all having the most present day offices and conveniences and the most developed framework.
Clifton Oyster Rocks
Clifton oyster rocks are also known as کستورا مچهلی. Clifton oyster rocks are small islets located off the coast of the Clifton neighborhood of Karachi, Sindh. This Island was under control of Pakistan navy until 2006 end.This island can be connected with Karachi by ferry/boat or helicopter.
Khiprianwala Island is located in Arabian sea off to the coast of Karachi, Sindh. The weather in Khiprianwala Island is very good, most of the time wind flow increase its beauty, people can visit by ferry or boat.
Marona Island is also known as Island Monoro. (Sindhi منهوڙو ٻيٽ) and also (Urdu: منوڑا). Marona Island is little promontory (2.5 km²) found only south of the Port of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Manora is associated with the terrain by a 12 kilometer long highway called the Sandspit. Manora and neighboring islands structure a defensive boundary between Karachi harbor toward the north and the Arabian Sea toward the south. The western narrows of the harbor contains imperiled mangrove woods which fringe the Sandspit and Manora island. Toward the east is Karachi Bay and the sea shore towns of Kiamari and Clifton. The landmass is situated at 24°48′00″N 66°58′00″E (24.800000, 66.970000). There are a few ethnic gatherings including Muhajirs, Punjabis, Sindhis, Christians, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochis and etc.