Living in Karachi, currently the 8th most populous metropolitan city in the world, means round the clock fuss and rumpus in almost every area. One may find solitude in the comfort of home but that may not be as long lasting as one would expect it to be.
So, heading out of the city for a day or on weekends is now a common trend. Thank God for the Arabian Sea coastline where one can enjoy the waves, sand and warm sun to relax and recharge. But as I said, Karachi is residing on #8 position on the list of most populous metropolitan city in the world, so you can expect a large crowd on even the most distant beaches during the weekend.
Hence for those who are looking for something totally serene, there are couple of spots along side Makran Coastal Highway, a few hours of drive from Karachi, where you can find calmness and peace of mind. And beside those spots, there are still some uncharted locations along that coastline, only few have seen in person.
And I’m taking you today to one such spot!
The very end of Sapat Bandar Beach is untouched by human interference at all as only few individuals have endured the long, nerve-wrecking off-road route to reach it. With no cellular services and miles away from the nearest town, this spot is surely one of the most serene location in Pakistan.
Local photographer Sohaib Roomi is one such individual and he has shared snaps of his journey to this little piece of heaven. Click on the link below to read out more:
For The Daily Post’s Serene
Disclaimer: Image above and text on DAWN’s article are sole property of DAWN. I’m just sharing it.