Pakistan has 1,046km of coastline — a major part of which is in Balochistan. Most of our beaches remain isolated and unexplored. Perhaps that is a good thing, as it has given the local wildlife freedom to live naturally. A desolate part of beach — at the end of Sapat Bandar Beach on the Makran coast for some time now.
Desolate and wild, the beach is home to a curious rock formation called Bujih Koh — a steep cliff rising from the sand entirely on its own. It’s separate from the cliff wall that stretches along the coast straddling the beach between its rocky embrace and the sea.
Far away from concrete human settlement and light pollution, the beach is an entirely different entity at night. On full-moon nights, when the rays strike the surf of the incoming waves, they almost seem to glow. The phenomena of bioluminescence, often seen in National Geographic photos of beaches far, far away is here, closer to home.
Next level adventure scene is on!!
We are only taking likeminded travelers, who work as a team to make this trip happen. You won’t be clients, you won’t be members. You will be the team who is responsible for everything. You will be taking Hi-ace out of the sand if it’s got stuck, setting up camp, makes food and enjoy the trip.
11:00 am: Gather at Mc Donalds, Askari 4, Near Johr Mor Karachi
01:30 pm: Lunch at Winder
05:00 pm: Buji-Koh Sapat
Night camping, Music , BBQ , Enjoy the serenity
Sunrise & Breakfast
08:00 am: Left Beach
01:00 pm: Back to Karachi
Services: AC Grand Cabin Hiace, 3 Meals, BBQ, Camping, Fun, Music
Price: 3999 Rs per head
Contact: Faizan Langwala 0332-35334014 / Takrim 0334-3903909