In Pakistan a wildlife sanctuary is an area set aside for the protection of wildlife. Public access is prohibited or regulated and no exploitation of forest is allowed. A Game Reserve is an area where shooting and hunting of wild animals is regulated under permit. The number of shoots allowed in reserves varies, and is determined by provincial governments.

the  following are the major Wildlife Sanctuaries/Game Reserves of Pakistan:

  • Kilik/Mintaka game reserve
  • Tooshi game reserve
  • Kargah wildlife sanctuary
  • Naltar wildlife sanctuary
  • Astor wildlife sanctuary
  • Baltistan wildlife sanctuary
  • Chasma and Taunsa barrage dolphin reserve
  • Cholistan wildlife sanctuary
  • Sukkur and Guddu barrage dolphin reserve
  • Nara desert wildlife sanctuary
  • Hub dam wildlife sanctuary
  • Mahal kohistan wildlife sanctuary
  • Runn of Kutch wildlife sanctuary

Please click on the yellow buttons on the map to access each sanctuary/game reserve information.

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