With over 32, 000 acres of gorgeous scenery, much of it mountainous, Hazarganji Chiltan National Park is a must-see place to visit when you travel to Quetta. If you like, you can even stay overnight in the park, so that you can make the most of the opportunities it offers for walking, hiking, and nature watching. The waterfall known as Pir Ghaib is another place of great natural beauty, and a lovely picnic site. If museums are your thing, then be sure to pay a visit to the Archaeology Museum in the city centre, where you will find plenty of fascinating exhibits to occupy your attention.
Many of the roads in the city, especially the major highways connecting Quetta to other cities, are metalled to make them easier to drive on. There is a good network of buses within the city, and buses and coaches are a popular way of getting from Quetta to other cities further afield, as well. There is a railway station in the city that is one of the highest (in terms of height above sea level) in the whole country: you can use the rail services to explore further if you wish. If you are visiting the national park or other attractions, there are specialty tour bus services that you can take advantage of to get you to your destination. Both on the bus itself and in the park, it is general practice for guides to be on hand so that you can benefit from their local knowledge about the sights seen around you.
Quetta International Airport (UET) is situated just a mile (1.6 km) from the town centre. A short taxi ride, or a drive in a hire car will usually get you to your hotel in Quetta in under half an hour. It can be helpful to agree your taxi fare with the driver before you leave the airport, if you choose to take a taxi. Check with your hotel before departure to see if it operates a special airport shuttle service: many of the larger hotels do this.
Si reservas un vuelo a Quetta, volarás a Quetta, que es el único aeropuerto de la ciudad. Quetta (UET) se encuentra a 9,0 km del centro de Quetta.