Panjgur is a district in the west Balochistan province of Pakistan. Panjgur was one of three tehsils of Makran District until 1 July 1977, when the district became a part of Makran Division. The other two districts of Makran Division are Kech (Turbat) and Gwadar. Chitkan is the district headquarter. Panjgur has sixteen (16) Union Councils.

Panjgur (literally: Five Graves) is home to several archaeological sites, including centuries-old tombs, an old dam called Band-e-Gillar, remnants of a fort at Khudabadan (the historical fort of Nawab Kharan) and some remnants of the old port of Issai. The seasonal Rakshan River flows right in the middle of Panjgur, dividing it into two parts, the northern and southern Panjgur.

At the time of the 2017 census the district had 42,260 households and a population of 316,385. Panjgur had a sex ratio of 895 females per 1000 males and a literacy rate of 59.22% – 66.69% for males and 51.24% for females. 80,411 (25.50%) lived in urban areas. 38.78% of the population were under 10 years of age. 310 (0.10%) people in the district were from religious minorities. Balochi was the predominant language, spoken by 97.51% of the population.Panjgur Airport (IATA: PJG, ICAO: OPPG) is a domestic airport. Its short runway stretches only 1524 meters. PIA started flights to Sharjah in 2013 but these have been suspended by PIA.People in Panjgur normally travel by buses to bigger cities like Quetta and Karachi.