Volcano in Pakistan
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Neza e Sultan
Neza e Sultan (Urdu: نیزہ سلطان) (Neza means spear; Sultan means King; literally Spear of Sultan) is located in Chagai District, Balochistan, Pakistan. Neza e Sultan is an extinct volcano and only the magma chamber remains and it looks like a spear.
Malan Island is actually an offshore mud volcano located in the Arabian Sea, 3 kilometres off the coast of Baluchistan, Pakistan. It rose out of the water overnight in March 1999 and subsided within a year.It reappeared in 2010.
Jebel e Ghurab
Jebel e Ghurab is located in Balochistan, Pakistan. It is a mud volcano.
Chandragup is a mud volcano located in Balochistan, Pakistan.
Hingol mud volcano
Hingol mud volcano (Urdu: ہنگول) are located in Makran District, Balochistan, Pakistan. It is a mud volcano located in Hingol National Park.
These are not located on the main road; the locals may provide guidance to the exact location. A landmark is a SSGC installation.
The mud is rather cool. There is no objective information available on what causes it.