Karachi harbor Viewpoint

Posted on January 4, 2023
CategoryFish harbor

The harbour is divided into an Upper and Lower Harbour, which together have a length of 11.5 kilometers.[1] The Upper Harbour has been developed into the Port of Karachi, and is located between the East and West Wharfs of the port,[3] where it then goes on eastward to form a series of backwaters with thick mangrove forests known as Chinna Creek. Along the western edge of the West Wharf is a small local fishing harbour known as the Karachi Fish Harbour, built in 1958,[1] and the delta of the Lyari River. The Lower Harbour, also known as Baba Channel, stretches from Manora and Keamari to the port,[3] and serves as a shipping channel between the port and the Arabian Sea.