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Karachi Beaches
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There are several beaches in Karachi or outside Karachi main city. The famous beaches names are Hawks bay, Sands Pit, Cape Mound, Sumyani, French Beach, Gadani, Turtle beaches, Paradise Point.

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Karachi Beaches

These beaches are best for swimming or spending night in rented villa which is avilable there but advance booking is better before arrived. The Seaview is also a beach but in the main city where mostly young boys and girls meet in daytime especially. In evening, you will mostly find.

Clifton Beach 
Clifton Beach was the most popular silver-sand beach during 20th century but now it is affected by an oil spill that occurred in 2003.
Clifton Beach, on the Arabian Sea, is a beach in Clifton, Karachi, Pakistan, one of the neighborhoods of Saddar Town. The beach has attractions for families and tourists, including beachside horse and camel rides, amusement parks, restaurants, and swimming in the Arabian Sea. The whole beach area of Clifton and Seaview is considered safe and peacful even in times of political tensions.

Sandspit Beach
Sandspit Beach is situated south west of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It is a very famous tourist spot. The sea at Sandspit is very calm and quiet from October to March and very rough during the monsoon. Remarkable variety of marine life-algae, and crabs are found here. The shallow water here is ideal for swimming and sunbathing. It has an unusual rocky formation. Sandspit beach is quite a popular hangout and relaxation spot in Karachi. Facilities at the Sandspit Beach includes horseback and camel riding.

Hawke's Bay Beach
Hawke's Bay or Hawkesbay is a beach in Pakistan situated a couple of kilometers away from Sandspit Beach in Karachi. It is a sandy beach with natural beauty. Visitors enjoy weekend picnics, swimming, fishing, and camel and horse riding.

Hawksbay is one of the few beaches in the world, where green marine turtles comes to lay eggs.It hosts one of the rarest reptiles species

Paradise Point  
Paradise Point, on the Arabian Sea, is a beach in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Paradise Point is a sandstone rock promontory with a natural arch. The beach has attractions for families and tourists, including beachside horse and camel rides, amusement parks, restaurants, and swimming in the Arabian Sea.

French Beach
French Beach of Karachi is located half way between Hawkes Bay and Paradise Point, is a small fishing village known to the locals as Haji Abdullah Goth. Surrounded by a boundary wall, it offers 20 huts, constructed by the villagers, for rent. The village has neither running water nor electric power. Its rocky beach and clear waters are ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving. Visitors have to bring their own equipment as well as food and drink supplies.

Russian Beach
Russian Beach is behind the Steel Mill.

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