Karak may refer to:
- Al-Karak (alternative spelling Karrak), a city in Jordan that contains a famous Crusader castle
- al-Karak, Syria, a city in Syria's Daraa Governorate
- Karak Nuh, a village in the Beqaa Valley, Lebanon
- Karak, Iran (disambiguation)
- Simun, Iran, a village in Tehran Province, Iran
- Karak-e Inkacheh, a village in Tehran Province, Iran
- Karak Governorate, Jordan
- Karak, Pahang, a town in Malaysia
- Karak Expressway, a highway in Malaysia
- Karak, Pakistan, a city in Pakistan
- Karak District, a district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
- Khirbet al-Karak, a ruin situated in Israel, along the shores of the Sea of Galilee
- Karak (mascot), a mascot in form of Red-tailed Black Cockatoo at the 18th Commonwealth Games at Melbourne in 2006
- Karak (surname), Karak is an Indian surname basically attributed to people residing in the state of Karnataka.
- Siege of Kerak, famous Crusader-era siege of the castle conducted by Saladin
- Gaya confederacy, a confederacy in southern Korea (42 - 562 CE)
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