Visit Wet land of Bahukalat and its Mugger crocodiles
Visit Chabahar port by the ocean
Visiting amazing Makran Coast (southeast Iran)
Visiting a couple of fishing villages in Indian ocean
Boat trip through Mangrove forest
Bird watching in the Gwater bay
Spectacular view of Martian mountains
Explore west to east coast of Chabahar port
Walking in organic banana orchard
Visiting junction of ocean and sand dunes in west of Chabahar
Mud volcanoes (Gel Afshan)
Darak village and Bandar Tang beach
Tasting Balochi special food
Socialize with local Sistani and Balochi ethnic
Experience of different climates and scenery
Experience to introduce Baluchi traditional music
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Sistan and Baluchistan province is in the south east of Iran on border of Afghanistan and Pakistan. To the south of the province is the Indian ocean and the Gulf of Oman.
This province is about the size of Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Slovenia combined. So there’s a fair amount of driving from the north to the south of this province. This province has 1,100 km a land border with Pakistan and Afghanistan and it has a coastal stretch of 300 km along the Indian Ocean’s Gulf of Oman. The people who live here are the Baluchi tribes who are Suni Muslims and the Sistani tribes are Shi’a Muslims, they both speak Persian.
The Sistan and Baluchistan province is really amazing with huge contrasts between the deserts, snow capped mountains, and strange rock formations, an active 4,000 m volcano, Martian scenery and cliff enclosed fishing villages along the coast, tropical rivers with the rare Mugger crocodile. It’s Iran’s least known destination yet one of the most beautiful parts of our country. An example of one of the places you shall visit is the famous UNESCO listed (in 2015) Shahr-I Sokhta or “Burnt city” founded around 3200 BC situated at the junction of Bronze Age trade routes crossing the Iranian plateau. Another region we are going to visit on this trip is Dasht-e Lut desert. One of Iran’s main highlights, in terms of nature. Since Iranian deserts were on the Silk Road, there are many historical monuments and sites left from that period that are worth visiting. There are many different types of flora and fauna living in this hot region and many Caravanserais that still accommodate travellers like you. The Lut desert was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2016. Another main highlight of this journey is exploring the coast of the Gulf of Oman as well as visiting several small towns and fishing villages.
The main focus of this trip is visiting exotic nature of the Gulf of Oman on the Indian Ocean in the city of Chabahar. You will visit different type of terrain and amazing landscape of the nature and the meeting point of desert and ocean. You will fly from Tehran to Chabahar port which is the center of our journey and you will start your trip from there. You will visit crocodile, mangrove forest, fishing village, Mars mountains, pink lake, mud volcano, sand dunes diffident type of birds and friendly local tribes on our way. The taste of local food and seafood and local music of Baluchi has also been one the highlight of your trip in the south east of Iran. At the end you will fly back to Tehran.
For who would like to continue this trip to Bandar Abbas, Minab and Persian Gulf island (Qeshm, Hormuz and Hengam islands) we have an extensive tour and you can continue your trip through the cost of Oman to Bandar Abbas and from there fly back Tehran. For more information, please get in touch.
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