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National parks in Pakistan

National parks in Pakistan

 

National park

Established

Area

District(s)

Province

Coordinates

Ayub

931 ha (2,301 acres)[5]

Rawalpindi

Punjab

33.566700°N 73.499998°E

Shandure-Phander National Park

2012[3]

3,312 ha (8,184 acres)[6]

Ghizer

Gilgit Baltistan

33.865231°N 73.138768°E

Broghil Valley

2010[7]

134,744 ha (332,960 acres)[7]

Chitral

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

36.841164°N 73.335697°E

Central Karakoram

1993[3]

1,390,100 ha (3,435,012 acres)[1]

Gilgit and Skardu

Gilgit Baltistan

36.897708°N 75.093545°E

Chinji

1987[3]

6,095 ha (15,061 acres)[1]

Chakwal

Punjab

33.010242°N 72.491940°E

Chitral Gol

1984[3]

7,750 ha (19,151 acres)[1]

Chitral

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

35.933082°N 71.670693°E

Deosai

1993[3]

358,400 ha (885,626 acres)[1]

Skardu

Gilgit Baltistan

34.972626°N 75.396423°E

Deva Vatala

2009[4]

2,993 ha (7,396 acres)[8]

Bhimber

Azad Kashmir

32.892583°N 74.303172°E

Ghamot

2004[9]

27,271 ha (67,388 acres)[8]

Neelum

Azad Kashmir

35.006943°N 74.200287°E

Gurez

2009[10]

52,815 ha (130,509 acres)[8]

Neelum

Azad Kashmir

34.731456°N 74.786682°E

Hazarganji-Chiltan

1980[3]

15,555 ha (38,437 acres)[1]

Quetta

Balochistan

30.285695°N 67.202298°E

Hingol

1988[3]

165,004 ha (407,734 acres)[1]

AwaranGwadar
and Lasbela

Balochistan

25.526246°N 65.085996°E

K2

233,468 ha (576,912 acres)[11]

Gilgit

Gilgit Baltistan

35.788171°N 76.182888°E

Kala Chitta

2009[4]

36,965 ha (91,343 acres)[7]

Attock

Punjab

33.642685°N 72.400824°E

Khunjerab

1975[3]

226,913 ha (560,714 acres)[1]

Gilgit

Gilgit Baltistan

36.500805°N 75.643616°E

Kirthar

1974[3]

308,733 ha (762,896 acres)[1]

Dadu

Sindh

25.658107°N 67.548975°E

Lal Suhanra

1972[4]

87,426 ha (216,034 acres)[1]

Bahawalpur

Punjab

29.397409°N 72.025811°E

Lulusar-Dudipatsar

2003[3]

30,375 ha (75,058 acres)[3]

Mansehra

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

35.090698°N 73.929749°E

Machiara

1996[3]

13,532 ha (33,438 acres)[8]

Muzaffarabad

Azad Kashmir

34.506557°N 73.565140°E

Margalla Hills

1980[3]

17,386 ha (42,962 acres)[1]

Rawalpindi

Punjab

33.754317°N 72.956429°E

Murree-Kotli Sattian-Kahuta

2009[7]

57,581 ha (142,286 acres)[12]

Rawalpindi

Punjab

 ?

Pir Lasura

2005[3]

5,625 ha (13,900 acres)[1]

Kotli

Azad Kashmir

33.639204°N 73.846664°E

Poonch River Mahaseer

2010[7]

4,500 ha (11,120 acres)[7]

KotliMirpur and
Poonch

Azad Kashmir

33.555272°N 73.91599°E

Qurumber

2011[7]

74,000 ha (182,858 acres)[7]

Ghizer

Gilgit-Baltistan

36.863141°N 73.781038°E

Saiful Muluk

2003[3]

4,867 ha (12,027 acres)[3]

Mansehra

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

34.880862°N 73.698349°E

Sheikh Buddin

1993[3]

15,540 ha (38,400 acres)[1]

Dera Ismail Khan

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

32.382281°N 70.949707°E

Toli Pir

2005[3]

5,045 ha (12,466 acres)[1]

Poonch

Azad Kashmir

34.12090°N 73.633118°E

Panjal Mastan

2005[3]

5,045 ha (12,466 acres)[1]

Bagh District

Azad Kashmir

34.0574°N 73.7381°E

 

 

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