Hazarganji-Chiltan National Park

Hazarganji Chiltan National Park

Hazarganji-Chiltan National Park is located in Mastung District, Balochistan, Pakistan. Located 20 km southwest of Quetta and about 2000 – 3200 meters above sea level. Established in 1980 to protect wildlife.

Hazar Ganji means “place with a thousand treasures”. This indicates that thousands of treasures are buried here in the foothills. Due to the fact that it is the gateway to various historical forces and the Baloch tribes.

There is a mountain range of Chiltan in the west and Hazar Ganji in the east. One of the best museums is also in the park. The park originally intend to save the Chilton Wild Goat and Markhor breeds. In 1970 which dwindled from 1200 to only 200. Now their number has again exceeded.

Solomon Markhor is a special animal present in the area of ​​Mount Solomon. In addition, there are Indian wolves, leopards, wild cats, foxes, desert rabbits, snakes, lizards, swords, chickpeas, owls, vultures, coyotes, deer, hawks, beetles, nymphs and a variety of other birds.