In Pakistan a National Park is an area of outstanding scenic merit and natural beauty where the landscape, flora and fauna are protected and preserved in a natural state. Public access for recreation, education and research is provided for. Access roads and other facilities should be planned so they do not conflict with the main objectives of national parks. Hunting wild animals is prohibited, as is firing gun or otherwise interfering with animals and plants. Clearing land for cultivation, mining or allowing polluted water to flow in National Parks is also prohibited. Under the regulations, these acts may be allowed for scientific purposes or to improve the park.

The  following are the major National Parks of Pakistan:

  • Kirthar National Park
  • Khunjerab National Park
  • Chitral Gol National Park
  • Lal Suhanra National Park
  • Hazarganji-Chiltan National Park
  • Margalla Hills National Park
  • Ayubia National Park
  • Deosai National Park

information on Hingol National Park is currently not available.

Please click on the orange buttons on the map to access each park's information