Located 20 kilometers southwest of Karachi, Hawke's Bay (sometimes spelled Hawkesbay) is a beach in the Sindh province of Pakistan. Bladen Wilmer Hawke, who lived on the beach in the 1930s, inspired the beach's name. On the weekends, he would go there and build houses with other people his age. Hawks Bay is a beautiful beach with white sand and a clear blue sea. Many people visit the beach daily to sunbathe, swim, ride camels and horses, and just relax. What to do at Hawks Bay?
- During the winter, the beach is frequented by olive ridley sea turtles and green sea turtles that use it as a nesting ground. Because of this, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) established a turtle information center in a marsh on the shore. - One of the most endangered reptile species can be found there. You can see them if you walk along the shore. - Hawksbay is a great place to go for a beach vacation, complete with beachside picnics, swims, fishing, rides on camels and horses, and even monkey shows. - You may have fun with jet skis and speed boats at the beach. The boats are frequently surrounded and followed by playful dolphins. - Do some scuba diving in the Arabian Sea and see what lies beneath the surface. - Luxury, fully-furnished, and up-to-date rental beach huts include everythind you need for a relaxing vacation, including a secure location, a fully-equipped kitchen with a gas stove and refrigerator, running water, and electricity. - Many opulent hotels and resorts with beachfront locations have been built. - Romantic twilight strolls offer a wonderful experience at the beach. - Do not forget to pack your football, frisbee, or cricket gear for a day of fun in the sun. - Enjoy the beach and water, or stay dry and warm in the hut as you eat to your heart's content.