surprise tourists by having mountains, rivers, lakes, and deserts in the same
landscape. And Iran deserts attract millions of tourists every year.
A frequent question we are asked by
tourists are "which desert I should choose to visit in Iran?"
Choosing between Iran deserts
is really hard for locals. You know they are the same in many aspects but they
are also unique and Incomparable.
Here we have a list of the most
popular ones and brief details about each one;
Mesr desert in Khur and Biabanak
Desert is a village in Isfahan province and it is 45 K.m
from "Jandagh/ Jandaq"- a city in Isfahan Province. This village
has a population of 120 people and because of its spectacular desert
landscapes; it hosts many tourists every year.
Book tour to Mesr Desert here.
Maranjab Desert in Kashan.
Desert is located in the north of Aran and Bidgol city in Isfahan
Province. It leads from the north to Aran and Bidgol salt lake, from the east
to Band Rig desert and desert national park, from the west to Masileh desert
and the salt lakes of Houz Soltan and Houzeh Marah and finally to Aran and Bidgol
city from the south. Read more
Varzaneh Desert in
Desert is located 100 km east of Isfahan and 150 km west of
Yazd and many city tours between Yazd and Isfahan cover visiting this
beautiful desert. Varzaneh desert reaches Gavkhoni wetland from the
east, Varzaneh and Zayandeh rud cities from the north. Going to this desert, you will see a vast area that is
covered with sand, clean and smooth sands and sand dunes.
Book tour to Varzaneh Desert here.
Bafgh Desert in
Bafgh is a desert
city in Yazd province, which is located 110 km southeast of Yazd
city. Being just 1:30 hour far from Yazd and its easy access, this desert has
one of the most popular desert tours. Visiting Bagh desert covers
the time constraints of foreign tourists and provides a unique experience for them by
allocating just a half day. Read more
Book tour to Bafgh Desert here.
Kalouts in Kerman
In an area of 80 by 145 kilometers west
of the Lut Desert, the Kalouts stood like tall walls. Kalouts are
some rock bumps formed by wind and water during thousands of years.
It is about 100 km from Shahdad to Kerman
and 40 km from the legendary city of Kalouts. This area is known among
geologists as one of the Earth's thermal poles. Read more.
After introducing these deserts, in the
choosing process we ask you to determine your trip conditions:
want to sleep in the desert or not?
interested in sand dunes or cliffs?
cities you will stay more (Kashan, Yazd, Kerman, Isfahan, …)?
By putting this information all
together you can make a decision about which desert matches more with your
itinerary and interests and it would be easier to choose among them.
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