Harnai is the capital of Harnai District in the Balochistan province of Pakistan. It is located in the north east of Balochistan province. The population of Harnai in 11,067 people. It is located on latitude of 30,0994 (305’57.840″N) and Longitude of 67,9344 (6756’3.840″E). It is located of Altitude of 913 m. The town is surrounded by the cities Ziarat, Loralai and the state capital, Quetta. The population is predominantly Baluch Pashtun Afghan and speak the Waneci dialect of Pashto & Balochi.
It is located about 91 km from Quetta. Harnai is a district in the Balochistan province. Harnai is the principal town of this district. It is located in the north east of Balochistan province. Until 2007 Harnai had been a tehsil of Sibi District, in August the Balochistan Government announced Harnai district would be created by splitting Sibi district and forming the new district from Harnai and Shahrag tehsils and the sub-tehsil of Khost.
This city is surrounded by mountainous ranges. The encircling hills have the resounding names of Khalifat and Zarghoon. The minimum and maximum winter temperature of the area is -2˚C to 20˚C. The summer is extreme in the area and the minimum and maximum temperature falls between 20˚C to 48˚C. This city has a fertile rainy season during monsoon time. In general it has a pleasant weather in winter season.