Nature attractions in Rasht

Iran is a four seasons country, with many natural attractions that attracts many tourists every year. come along with us to review nature attractions in Rasht:

Nature attractions in Rasht

Saravan Forest Park:

Nature attractions in Rasht

Saravan Forest Park is one of the oldest forests in Guilan, and due to its diverse plant species, is unique in the country and even in the world. At the beginning of the entrance to Saravan Forest Park, there is a small lagoon that is super beautiful. One of the attractions of Saravan Forest Park is the existence of a rural heritage museum in the part of park.

Saqalaksar Lake:

Nature attractions in Rasht

Saqalaksar Lake isOne of the beautiful lakes in Guilan province. Good facilities are available around the lake. This lake has beautiful landscapes and spectacular pictures which is remain in your mind for ever. To visit this lake, you have to go to the village of Saghalkarsar at 15 kilometers south of Rasht.

Hajji Bekandeh beach:

Hajji Bekandeh beach:

Hajji Bekandeh is one of the beaches close to the Rasht, of course can be classified into clean, beautiful beaches in north of iran. This beach located,between rasht and Bandar Anzali road

Eynak Lagoon:

Eynak Lagoon is considered as the second largest pond of gilan. it is a natural lagoon in the heart of the Rasht. In eynak Lagoon , there are almost 2 tons of farmed Salmon and Carp fish.

Salansar village:

Salansar village

If we want to visit the closest village to Rasht, ofcourse salansar is a good option. The eye-catching beauty of this place is dreamy. Visit this area and enjoys a wonderful landscape and pleasant weather. This village is one of the beautiful attractions of gilan. This village is one of the beautiful attractions near Rasht.

Visadar Waterfall:

Visadar Waterfall:

Visadar waterfall is the third highest waterfall in the gilan province. This waterfall is located 62 km from Rasht. The particular shape of the rocky wall of this waterfall is its unique feature, which is seen in less cascading.

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