Visit Drigh Lake from Larkana

Drigh Lake is a favorable area for resident and winter migratory birds like night heron, grey heron, purple heron, great white egret, little egret, painted anipe, mallard, gadwal, pintail, shoveller, common teal, tufted duck, wigeon, osprey, marsh harrier, white breasted kingfisher, pied kingfisher, small blue kingfisher, purple galinule, white-breasted waterhen, moorhen, cormorant, common pochard, pied harrier, crow pheasant, darter, garganey, ferruginous duck, greater spotted eagle, moorhen, marbled teal and coot.

Drigh Lake was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1972 and was designated as a Ramsar site in 1976. A small rest house exists there for tourists. Presently, Drigh lake is owned and managed by the Landlord Chatani shaikh family.

Dignitaries who have visited the Drigh Dhand Apart from Yasir Arafat, Raza Shah Pehlwi of Iran, Hafiz al-Asad of Syria, Muammar Qaddafi of Libya, Queen Elizabeth of England, Shaikh Zahid of Abu Dhabi, King Hussein of Jordan and former Pakistani leaders Ayub Khan and General Ziaul Haq have also visited the Drigh Dhand. Their photographs are available at the rest house, which was built near the lake in 1973.

Located at: Drigh Lake, Larkana, Pakistan
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