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Hawke’s Bay Beach Karachi

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Hawke’s Bay Beach Karachi

Hawke’s Bay Beach Karachi is one of the main beaches of Karachi. From the downtown area, it is around 10 plus kilometres. The road condition is not tops but it is doable. The way the beaches work in Karachi is that the coast is lined by private bea…

Hawke’s Bay Beach Karachi is one of the main beaches of Karachi. From the downtown area, it is around 10 plus kilometres. The road condition is not tops but it is doable. The way the beaches work in Karachi is that the coast is lined by private beach huts. So you can own one, borrow from a friend or rent one. The beaches are public so you have to be careful that you are dressed accordingly. Bikinis for females are an absolute no-no. You can play on the sand, enjoy the water or relax in the hut and eat heartily. Remember to take a football, frisbee or cricket apparatus and enjoy it.

A good beach to spend the day. Hawks Bay was a favourite beach since pre-partition days. Being a gentle beach close to Karachi, it was a popular haunt in the sixties and seventies when the elite set up small huts with basic utilities for short sojourns. Huts still exist and one can rent good huts with decent facilities like a lounge, kitchen stocked with utensils and crockery, bedroom, bathroom, verandah opening to the beach, car park etc supported by electricity-producing generator, gas stove, underground sweet water storage tank, etc. Cars and vehicles are not allowed on the beach.

The water and the beach are lovely Hawke’s Bay Beach Karachi. The sand is golden and good for making sandcastles. The beachfront is not too steep and allows for good swimming and windsurfing. The breeze is strong and sometimes undercurrents are also strong in the deeper areas. Novice swimmers to stay close to the beach and void deep pockets. Lifeguards are present and patrol the beach. The best season is after September to March. Months to avoid are the monsoon season as the water is infested with Blue Bottle jellyfish whose long tentacles stings when they come in contact with the skin. Usually not as harmful as the pain subsides in a couple of hours. A local remedy is to apply salt and oil to mitigate burning and pain.

One needs to carry food for consumption as there are no provision stores. Do take the ice in an icebox to cool drinks. Carry fruit and beverages too. Camel and horse rides are popular and experience and popular too.
Normally you take food and just eat it there but nowadays some basic restaurants have also opened. Soft drinks can be bought on the way. In case you have the availability of power, you can think of staying there overnight. Ample opportunities for a horse or camel ride, monkey, or a snake show also. Relax and enjoy. Hawke’s Bay Beach Karachi Named after a Governor from the Victorian era, Hawke’s Bay Beach Karachi or Hawkesbay has situated 20 km away south-west of Karachi. A very popular beach amongst beach lovers, Hawkesbury is a sandy beach with crystal blue water.

It is one of the few beaches of the world where green turtles, one of the rarest species of reptiles, come and lay their eggs.

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