Mubarak Village is an only a remote town in Karachi which has a beautiful beach. An immaculate den that is a long way from consistently expanding contamination. An hour’s drive from the downtown areas.
Mubarak Village spot has reemerged on the radar for excursion adoring Karachites who are pulled to its shorelines, beautiful scene, and its vicinity to churna island, a famous spot for scuba jumping and swimming experiences.
Mubarak Village resembles a desert spring in the wild. The street prompting it goes through the dusty landscape, with whirlwinds conveying sand to welcome every visitor. The place is a characteristic harbour with rough slopes at one side, with quieting the water close to the shore and enabling angling pontoons to grapple.
The water here is jewelled shades of blue and the sand has not yet lost its shading like whatever is left of industrialized Karachi. Be that as it may, regardless of its characteristic excellence and developing prevalence, essential offices are yet to discover their way to the coastline town, which falls under the specialist of the Karachi West region. Maybe most dooming of all, in spite of being an angling town, Mubarak Village has no wharf or dock for vessels to dock.
Mubarak town is home to approx. 2,500 anglers and their families. Water is an uncommon product which is dispatched to the town in tankers. There is a school for kids and little time showcase for the catch from the angling pontoons. Very few individuals come here for recreation as the street prompting the town is famously known for seizing and thievery.
There isn’t any security check post and the question remains if its a real or only an awful notoriety whichever way it keeps aficionados from the town. It’s absolutely impossible you can book a fishing campaign while sitting in your office. You need to go there and book ahead of time or go early and book from accessible choices without further ado.