Sindh Tourism

Sindh is one of the four provinces of Pakistan, in the southeast of the country.

Sindh has numerous tourist sites with the most prominent being the ruins of Mohenjo-daro near the city of Larkana. Islamic architecture is quite prominent in the province with the Jama Masjid in Thatta built by the Mughal emperor Shahjahan and numerous mausoleums dot the province including the very old Shahbaz Qalander mausoleum dedicated to the Iranian-born Sufi and the beautiful mausoleum of Muhammad Ali Jinnah known as the Mazar-e-Quaid in Karachi.


Karachi is capital of province Sindh as well as the largest and most populous metropolitan city of Pakistan and the main seaport and financial centre of the country.


Hyderabad is the second largest city in Pakistan's Sindh province and the fifth largest in the country.


Sukkur , formerly Aror and Bakhar, is the third largest city of Sindh province, situated on the west bank of Indus River in Pakistan in Sukkur District.


Thatta is a historic town of 220,000 inhabitants in the Sindh province of Pakistan.


Larkana is world's most ancient archeological site of Indus Valley Civilization called Mohenjo-daro.

Sehwan Sharif

Sehwan is a city located in Jamshoro District in the Sindh province of Pakistan. Sehwan town is of great antiquity and stands on the west bank of the Indus.It is possible that the name Sehwan originates from "Siwistan" or "Seevistan".


Khairpur is a city and the capital of the Khairpur District, in Sindh Province, Pakistan. It is the twelfth largest city in the province and was founded in 1783 by Mir Sohrab Khan, who established the Khairpur branch of the Talpur clan.


Jamshoro District, is a district of Sindh province, Pakistan. Jamshoro city is the capital of Jamshoro District.