Fort Munro is the hill station, situated at an altitude of 6,470 feet (1,800 meters) from sea level in Dera Ghazi Khan, Punjab, Pakistan. The hill resort was built during British rule and named after an English bureaucrat, Munro. The site is famous for being the only spot of snow falling in the southern Punjab, Damis Lake and an attractive place for a short stay during hot summers.
Do & See
People while their tours enjoy boating in the Damis lakes, there is also a magical waterfall in mountains called Trimon Fall, where water drops in a bowl, cut out from stone.
TDCP resort is considered suitable for restaurant and snack bar services.
Fort Munro is about 185 kilometers from Multan and 85 km from Dera Gazi Khan, National Highway 70 (N-70) runs nearby from Multan to Qilla Saifullah (Balochistan) via Dera Gazi Khan and Sakhi Sarwar. The site can also approach from Loralai (Balochistan) via the same highway by traveling about 202 km.
- Sakhi Sarwar
- Jinnah Park