Karachi harbor Viewpoint
The harbour is divided into an Upper and Lower Harbour, which together have a length of 11.5 kilometers. The Upper Harbour has been developed into the Port of Karachi, and is located between the East and West Wharfs of the port, 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, and the delta of the Lyari River. The Lower Harbour, also known as Baba Channel, stretches from Manora and Keamari to the port, and serves as a shipping channel between the port and the Arabian Sea.