Charo Machi Waterfall in Khuzdar

Pakistan is a country with some of the most beautiful and amazing landscapes on earth. It is home to some very intriguing UNESCO World Heritage Sites and hidden tourist gems. With outstanding geological features, Balochistan—the country’s largest province—also enjoys a unique topography and is best known for its under-the-radar tourist attractions. Speaking of which, have you heard the name of the Charo Machi waterfall? It is a recently discovered natural oasis, well-hidden in one of the remotest regions in the Khuzdar District of Balochistan.

If you are interested in taking a trip to this hidden gem of Balochistan, then you have made it to the right post. In this blog, we have compiled a complete travel guide to visiting the Charo Machi waterfall, Khuzdar, detailing its location and natural features.

So, without further ado, let’s go exploring!


Located in the south-west of Pakistan with an area of 347,190 sq. km. (134,050 sq. mi.), this province of Balochistan is a land of dry mountains, which usually receives a very little amount of rainfall all year round. The presence of a natural oasis like the Charo Machi waterfall in such a hostile natural environment is no less than a wonder.

Cocooned in the wilderness of one of the most barren places on earth, the Charo Machi waterfall is located 45 kilometres south-east of the city of Khuzdar. To get to this famous tourist attraction in Balochistan, you may have to take an off-road track.

If you’re a fan of off-roading, you will love visiting the area of Charo Machi as there are no carpeted roads but only bumpy and rocky paths. The route is only suitable for 4X4 vehicles as well as heavy and trail bikes.

Traveller’s Tip: RCD (N-25) National Highway, which is also known as Karachi-Quetta Highway, is the best road link to use for your visit to Charo Machi in Khuzdar, Balochistan.


natural features of charo machi
The blue-shaded lagoon in Charo Machi has crystal-clear water

Surrounded by the beauty of dry mountains, the area of Charo Machi, Khuzdar, has become very famous for its recently discovered natural oasis among both local and international tourists. Natural attractions like Charo Machi and Moola Chotok waterfalls in the mountainous region of Khuzdar significantly promote tourism in Balochistan.

The main attraction of Charo Machi is its waterfall, which originates from a fast-flowing stream of water. You can dive, swim, climb onto the rocky mountains, or simply spend your time bathing in one of the earth’s most beautiful waterfalls. The blue-shaded lagoon that hosts this amazing waterfall has crystal-clear water.

It is surely one of the most breathtaking natural views you’ll ever see. The availability of so many exciting adventure activities makes it one of the most interesting places to visit in Balochistan for adventure seekers.


Keeping in view the growing popularity of this tourist destination in Balochistan, many private travel and tourism agencies have started offering travel packages for Charo Machi in Balochistan. These tour packages usually include transportation, meals, and other necessary arrangements for your trip to Charo Machi.

Note: The charges of these packages are normally around PKR 7000-8000 per head for a day trip but they may vary from agency to agency. 


Things to Remember When Travelling to Charo Machi, Balochistan
Some useful tips for visiting Charo Machi in Balochistan

Here are a few important things to remember when travelling to Charo Machi in Balochistan:

  • Since it is a desert-like region, it may experience extreme temperatures. So, pack your clothes according to the weather.
  • The place is almost barren with no necessary arrangements for tourists. So, pack all the essentials for your trip. You should also carry a car emergency kit to be on the safe side.
  • With no sign of infrastructure and carpeted roads, the route to Charo Machi is only suitable for off-road vehicles.
  • Like any other natural tourist attraction in Pakistan, the Charo Machi waterfall in Khuzdar, Balochistan, can also only be visited during the daytime as there are no lighting arrangements and it gets pretty dark after the sunset. So, try to plan your visit accordingly.
  • For more informative and useful safety tips for road trips in Pakistan, read this blog.

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