Turbat is a serene and strategic city in southern Baluchistan situated on the left
bank of Kech stream, which is a tributary to the Dasht River flowing from Iran. It
is the second largest city in Balochistan and also one of the fastest growing cities
in the province.
Turbat holds immense strategic importance due to the western belt of the CPEC route passing from the city and the road network that links Turbat with Kalat and Quetta to the northeast, Gwadar and Pasni to the south, Chabahar and Iranshahr to the west, and Karachi to the East. Turbat’s international airport provides direct flights to domestic and international business hubs such as Karachi, Gwadar, Muscat and Sharjah. Its connectivity by road, flights and the CPEC route make Turbat a business hub for the province.
Moreover, Turbat is nestled in between scenic mountain and desert landscapes making it a sight to behold for locals and tourists alike. A visit to Balochistan would be incomplete without experiencing the splendor of Turbat.