Where the lush green plains of Punjab give way to the stark wilderness of Balochistan in the south, the rugged hills conceal a remarkable secret in their midst. Nestled in the crook of the Sulaiman Range is Fort Munro, a hillside retreat marked not just for its breathtaking landscape but also its unique climate that keeps temperatures to a cool 32 degrees Celsius even when the rest of Southern Punjab swelters at 49 degrees Celsius at the height of summer. A former outpost of the British Raj, Fort Munro is a town steeped in mystic charm and wondrous natural scenery just waiting to be discovered.