Welcome to Kalat
Admiring its near-vertical backdrop of mountain cliffs, you don’t need to be a military commander to see why Kalat has historically made the ideal last holdout for rebels on the run. It was one of the only places to have resisted the armies of Tamerlane, and it’s still widely called 'Kalat Naderi' for Nader Shah, who is said to have hidden the priceless plunders from his Indian campaign somewhere hereabouts. Kalat's main attraction beyond its setting is Nader's unusual tomb-palace, now the centrepiece of a park.
Amazing hotels and hostels
We've pre-picked the best hotels, hostels and bed and breakfasts to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.