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How to get Quetta

Quetta is connected to the rest of the country by road, rail and air. The highway connects it to Karachi and then on (via Koh-e-Taftan) to Tehran, Iran, 1435kms away. The road to Sibi connects it with Punjab and upper sind. The road via Loralai-Fort Monr- D.G.Khan and Multan is a shorter route for Punjab. The Chaman Road is a link between the country and the Afghan border. Quetta is linked by PIA with Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.

Getting To Quetta By Road

Quetta Sukkur
400 KMs (9 Hours ) An excellent trip through the Bolan pass. On the way you can see many nomad camps and coal mines. The ruggedness of Sulemanki mountains is Just beyond description. after Bolan pass road is rather plain and there is not much to see until you reach Jacobabad where you can stop by some villages to see the local life.

Quetta - Zhob
250 KMs drive through the Pathan villages to the town of Zhob. At Zhob there is not as much to see but the drive can be interesting as there are some remote villages on the way. There is one small Hotel with 10 Rooms in Zhob.

Quetta - Taftan
800 KMs The trip has to be split in two days stopping at Dalbandain. There are great views of the Balochistan desert . A tea at a local restaurant can be very refreshing. At Dalbandain there is a small rest House and a newly built hotel with basic facilities. At Taftan there is PTDC Motel which has 6 Rooms and some dormitories.

Taftan to Zahidan
The Custom formalities are pretty simple at Taftan and take about half an hour. In the Iranian side roads are pretty good and it will take about 2 Hours to reach Zahidan.

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