Kohkiluyeh Va Boyer Ahmad Tourism Attractions

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Natural Attractions


Other Waterfalls, Kohkiluyeh Va Boyer Ahmad

Friday, 04 January 2008 08:16 administrator
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 Other important waterfalls in this province are the Tang-e-Tamoradi and Tesooj Waterfalls.
 

Yasooj Waterfall, Yasooj

Friday, 04 January 2008 08:16 administrator
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 This waterfall is a few km. from Yasooj city and to the right hand side of the route ending in Sisakht. It is in a narrow pass. This area is a tourist region specially in the spring and summer. Morover, the gardens with beautiful trees around this vicinity grant very attractive views to this waterfall.
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Margoon Waterfall, Yasooj

Friday, 04 January 2008 08:15 administrator
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This famous and great waterfall is located at the borders of the two provinces of Kohkiluyeh Va Boyer Ahmad and Fars. This waterfall is at the east of Yasooj and alongside the Margoon Village. This long waterfall due to presence within the beautiful narrow Margoon Pass, and the numerous water branches which fall in the valley and flow into the river, and also due to its verdant surroundings and forested trees, is considered the most reputed waterfall of this province.
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Konj Benar Waterfall, Gachsaran

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This waterfall is at a distance of 7 km. north of Gachsaran and in the slopes of the Khalbiz Mountains. It has a height of 30 m. and its water is gained from several springs. Although the weather is warm in Gachsaran, this area experiences a cold climate. In Benar village at proximity to this waterfall, there is a place of pilgrimage (Imamzadeh) which is regularly visited by the native inhabitants.
 

Bahram Beigy Waterfall, Boyer Ahmad

Friday, 04 January 2008 08:14 administrator
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This waterfall is 30 meters in height and is located between Pataveh and Loadab Bahram Beigi in the southern sector of the Dena Mountains. Providing a glorious view, and located in heart of verdant plains with oak trees around the Loadab and Boyer Ahmad region, it offers good recreational opportunities.
 


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