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Natural Attractions

Persian Gulf Coast, Bushehr

Sunday, 16 December 2007 13:00 administrator
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The coast of this province is of two types,i.e., sandy and rocky. The latter in itself is a wonderful sight worth seeing. Being of limestone and due to the active water erosion, leaving beautiful and natural impressions behind. The sandy shores, however, provide recreational areas for water sports. Bushehr being close to the cities of Abadan, Bandar-e-Abbas, Shiraz in Iran; including other countries of Persian Gulf such as Kuwait and Bahrain, attracts many tourists and visitors during the winter season.

Helleh Wetland, Bushehr

Sunday, 16 December 2007 13:00 administrator
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In the territory of Helleh the two rivers of Dalky and Shapour have brought about a large Wetland. Surrounding this wetland are marshes which have provided a habitat for immigrant birds.

Other Islands, Bushehr

Sunday, 16 December 2007 12:59 administrator
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Other Island in the Bushehr province are named as follows: Sheef, Abbasak, Goram, Notaf, Mooqi, Maad and Chenaqi Islands.

Omol Karam and Nakhiloo Island, Bushehr

Sunday, 16 December 2007 12:58 administrator
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These two islands located in the southern coast of the province are devoid of inhabitants. The Nakhiloo Island is the area where giant tortoises inhabit, the presence of which have made this area environmentally important.

Kharkoo Island, Bushehr

Sunday, 16 December 2007 12:57 administrator
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This island is situated north east of Khark Island and is considered to be an important island regarding cargos such as crude oil.
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