Gear up for an adventurous trip to Moola Chotok, the hidden ravine in the vast landscapes of Balochistan. The place is located at about 80km away from Khuzdar. This beautiful small village denies the common misperception about Balochistan and an obvious proof that this province encloses marvelous wonders of natures which are waiting to be unleashed, discovered, and cherished. The regions hold an important geographical and historical value given that it is the gateway between the Central Balochistan and West Balochistan, Sindh and Iran.
The travelers opt for Moola Pass because it is the shortest distance between central Balochistan and Sindh. The ruins of Thore Khear, Hatachi, Hayrav, Kial Beig, and Pasta Khan connects this place to the 2,000-year-old civilization. An epitome of wilderness, the Moola river meanders through this place from its origin in the mountains of District Khuzdar. It is the biggest river of Jalawan and a great place for fishing lovers. Moola Chotok also holds prominence when it comes to the best quality mangoes, oranges, olives and lemons. Not only that, but the village is also blessed with many waterfalls, Chotok being the largest waterfall of Sub Tehsil Moola. This marvel of nature exists between two hills, the peaks of the hills interact with each other, giving an umbrella like appearance to the waterfall. Enchantingly, its water is hot during the winter season and cold during the summer season, a must-visit spot for travelers looking for a mystique experience.