Posted on May 23, 2008
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24 responses to “Toshangi Gorge – The Grand Canyon of Sindh”

  1. Abrar Alam Khan says:

    Dear Owais,
    Great initiative to introduce new places, much appreciated. However, with due respect I would like to mention one misleading information that many of our newspapers and even books have written about Gorakh Hill is that it snows there. It is not true absolutely not true. In the winter mornings due to very high altitude the morning dew turns into frost and nothing more than that.
    I was in Gorakh Hill in June 2008 and the temperature in Dadu was 52degrees and the day time temperature in Gorakh Hill was 27°C – a nice escape from the heat of Dadu but it is a barren hill with no facilities.
    I am planning a trip to Toshangi in December or January anybody wants to tag along drop me a mail.
    Cheers
    Abrar

  2. dr yahya tunio says:

    dear friend
    you have done good job by bringing beautiful place in sindh for their recognition and developlment of tourism

  3. Owais Mughal says:

    The title photo of this post has been restored today.

  4. Haider says:

    Excellent information. How sad that most Pakistanis, like me, have never even heard of this.