A walk around Khewra Salt mine
It is the famous for pink salt which is usually sold in market as a Himalayan pink salt. This salt mine is a huge and beautiful tourist attraction which is visited by around 250,000 tourists in a year. This mine was discovered by Alexander troops in 32 BC. The significant tunnel was made by a mining engineer named Dr. H. Warth in 1872 when the British were ruling. Later on, after the independence of Pakistan, Pakistan mineral development corporation took over the mine and it is the biggest source of providing salt for the country. Khewra salt mine provides almost 35,000 tonns of more or less 99% pure Halite.