Beautiful Blue Water Spring (Garam Aaf): Koh-e-Sulaiman

Many of us plan visits to beautiful places, but we Forget to visit most of the secret areas since we don’t live in the area. Today, we’re going to discover one of the gorgeous places located near Dera Ghazi Khan when we travel towards Balochistan from Dgkhan roughly 70 kilometers ago A site called (Garam aaf).

Its a Balochi word that means “Hot water,” while its not hot it is actually a spring with clear, crystal blue water . When we arrive at Rakhi Gaj on the way to Balochistan, we have to descend towards the mountains to visit this area.

For foreigners, it is necessary to stay with a resident of that area in order to enjoy your journey comfortably.

Keep food with you because there’s no shops for that.

Video Credit: Dera Ghazi khan Tourism

Tips for Travelers

Plan Ahead: Before embarking on your journey, ensure that you have a thorough understanding of the route and plan your itinerary accordingly. Use a map or GPS gadget to traverse the rugged terrain.

Packing Essentials: Because amenities may be few in distant places, it is critical to take vital supplies such as food, water, a first-aid kit, and spare clothing. Prepare for unpredictable weather, especially if you’re traveling through the mountains.

Travel with Groups: When exploring distant locations, it is best to travel in groups for safety and support.

Respect local customs: Accept the local culture and customs of the location. Show respect for the environment and local communities by reducing waste and protecting the natural beauty of the surrounding area.

Stay Hydrated: While the Blue Water Spring is a wonderful sanctuary, you must stay hydrated during your trek. Carry enough water for the excursion, especially in hot weather.

Be Mindful of species: When visiting natural settings, be aware of local species and avoid harming their natural home. Admire them from a safe distance, and avoid feeding or approaching wild animals.

Safety precautions: Prioritize safety at all times. Be cautious when negotiating rocky terrain and steep slopes. Wear appropriate footwear and use caution when near water bodies, especially if swimming or wading.

Leave no trace: Practice responsible tourism by leaving no evidence of your presence. Dispose of rubbish correctly and remove any litter to keep the area clean for future visitors.

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