Makran Coastal Highway

Makran Coastal Highway is one of the most scenic drives in the world

Running along Pakistan's Arabian Sea coastline, Makran Coastal Highway is one of the most scenic coastal drives in the world. 

The road, known as National Highway 10 (N10), is totally paved. It’s 683 km (424 miles) long, running from Karachi (in Sindh province) to Gwadar (in Balochistan province). It tops out at 323m (1,059ft) above the sea level, by Buzi Pass.

Construction of the road, also known as Balochistan Coastal Highway, started in 2002 and was completed by 14 December 2004. The road is truly a symbol of pride for all Pakistani's. Previously there was a muddy track linking Karachi with the town of Gwadar.



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