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Karachi, Pakistan217 contributions105 helpful votes
. It is located about 220 km from Karachi at Lasbela district, Balochistan, Pakistan. The beach is home to a curious rock formation called Bujih Koh — a steep cliff rising from the sand entirely on its own. It’s separated from the cliff wall that stretches along the coast straddling the beach between its rocky embrace and the sea. The entire beach is home to a healthy colony of crabs. Another interesting feature about this beach is that there are some caves on the cliffs. The beach is an entirely different entity at night. On full-moon nights, when the rays strike the surf of the incoming waves, they almost seem to glow. Luckily Pakistan also has bioluminescence at Sapat beach in Balochistan, Pakistan.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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