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Waterfalls in Iran

 

 

SITE LOCATION
Bishe Waterfall Khoramabad
Kabudwall waterfall Golestan
Abpari Waterfall Mazandaran
Shalmash Waterfall West-Azarbaijan
Asiabkharabe Waterfall East-Azarbaijan

 

 

Bishe Waterfall

Bishe waterfall is like a jewel, shining in the heart of Zagross mountains in Khorramabad, southwest of Iran. Its height is about 48 kilometers with a wideness of about 10 meters. The waterfall is surrounded by myriad beautiful trees and plants and there are some springs around there that join together and make this amazing waterfall and finally, the waterfall flows into Sezar river, after passing Bishe rail station. Bishe Waterfall with its breathtaking green view has been recorded in the list of Iran's Natural Heritage and is the best choice for nature lovers. 

 

 

Kabudwall waterfall   

Kabudwall Waterfall, located in Golestan province, north of Iran is originated from Haron Mount and flows in Kabudwall river and its height is about 6 meters which is considered as one of the biggest of its own kind in that region. Its surrounded by the forest and it has super amazing views especially in fall when it's filled with colorful trees and plants. With its cool climate, mouth-watering dishes, and astounding sceneries, it attracts hundreds of travelers who are tired of urban noises.

 

 

Abpari Waterfall

 Abpari waterfall is located in Royan city, Mazandaran province. for reaching there, there is a 20-minute drive in the woods and jungle and you can see many villagers selling local and traditional food on the road. The weather in that area is cooler than other parts of Golestan province and it's better to bring a warm coat with yourself when traveling there. There are lots of different activities to do in Abpari waterfall, like swimming, climbing, grilling, and fishing which enhances the pleasure of your trip.

 

 

Shalmash Waterfall

 Shalmash Waterfall located in West-Azarbaijan is another beautiful cascade in the country. This waterfall is formed by 3 huge cascades near the Iraq border and is closed to Sardasht city. And also there is a lush valley along with beautiful forests near Sardasht city. The best time for visiting this waterfall is June or May which will provide you with a better view, especially for photography. This site with its jaw-dropping nature has become a major tourist attraction and every year thousands of travelers come and visit this spectacular site.

 

Asiabkharabe Waterfall

Asiabkharabe Waterfall located in East-Azarbaijan is another unique attraction of Iran. Asiab kharabe means broken water mill and is named like this because of the unusable mill located above the waterfall. although the mill is broken, it has enhanced the beauty of landscape. The weather in this region is cool and humid and sometimes windy. It's the best place to chill out and enjoy the natural corridor. 

 

 

 

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Shevi Waterfall

                                                                      Iran'smost beautiful waterfall in Zagros

 

Shevi or Tale Zang Waterfall is one of the greatest and most beautiful waterfalls in Iran which is located in Zagros Mountains and in Sardash Area of Dezful licated in Khuzestan Province with a little distance from Lorestan Province and between Sartang Shevi Mountains, 10 kilometers from Tale Zang Rail station and on Tehran-South Railroad which is the easiest way to Loeestan Rail Station. This waterfall which is the most beautiful waterfall in Iran in some people’s idea is a beautiful and pleasant waterfall which comes from a cave outside and flows in a high defile downwards. This waterfall was registered as one of the national monuments of Iran on 29th of Dey 1393. Shevi Waterfall that is located in a valley between the forty first mountain and mountain hall has green and beautiful natures in spring. The best time to visit this waterfall in spring, especially Farvardin when the weather is fresher and the nature is greener. Shevi in Bakhtiari Lori language means tenderness and most of the residents of this waterfall are Lor people and Bakhtiari.
It is also noteworthy that Lorestani salamander that used to live in this waterfall has recently been extinct due to contraband of these salamanders which were known as Iranian Salamander.

Semirom Waterfall

 

The waterfall of Semirom, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iran, "beautiful bride" of the Zagros mountain range, is situated in the depths of the narrow namesake with the stone walls with a height of 35 meters, at 4 km to the east of the city of Semirom and 160 km south of Esfahān,
This beautiful waterfall with a green nature and the surrounding mountain environment is located in a very cold climate even in hot weather and attracts many tourists, especially in spring and summer. The water of the waterfall is sweet and perennial and comes from the sources of the fields.
Its height in the past also reached the 75 meters but currently, due to the erosion that occurred for years prolonged against it, its height has decreased reaching 35 meters and only in the years of flood increases again.

Fadami Waterfall

                                                                           Fadami Waterfall

 

Fadami waterfall is one of the spectacular attractions of Fars province. A springs emerges from the heart of a mountain and provides water for Fadami waterfall. This beautiful waterfall considerably reduces the saltiness of the river and quenches the neighboring lands.
One of the features of Fadami waterfall is that this waterfall include both fresh and salty water. The fresh water of the waterfall is very cool and tasty in summer and is warm in winters, and the salty water is vice versa, which is one of the features of this waterfall. 

Sangan Watefall

                                                                                Sangan Waterfall in Tehran

 

Sangan Waterfall is Located in Tehran-Iran  With a height of 60 m, Sangan Waterfall is one of the more beautiful waterfalls in the Central Alborz Mountains of northern Iran. This waterfall sits at an elevation of 2700 m near Sangan Bala Village.
In winter, dripping water creates an ice stalagmite at the base of the waterfall. This stalagmite usually reaches a height of 40 m. Although the ice stalagmite is sometimes climbed, this is generally not recommended due to the danger of falling ice from above.
During the summer months, lack of rainfall can significantly reduce the water flow. The waterfall will obviously be most impressive after heavy rains in spring and Autumn.

 

   

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