Access roads: There are two ways to reach the waterfall:
1- Shui waterfall is in the northeast of Dezful and south of Khorramabad. It takes 2 and a half hours from Dezful and 4 and a half hours from Khorramabad to this waterfall. We have to move from Dezful on Shahyoun road. In 5 km area known as Nan Pir or Gosheh, there is a machine path that goes near the waterfall. At the end of the route, park the car and walk or climb to the waterfall for 2 hours. 2 – Railway and telephoto station. This route is a bit shorter. The distance from the station to the waterfall is 10 km and it will be more difficult in terms of access, because it has a lot of mountaineering and hiking. This makes the second route a good route for people with disabilities ,not be. Some passengers also get to this station via Andimeshk-Dorod route. Three hours after Droud station, we reach the tele-ring station.
Shui Waterfall is the largest natural waterfall in the Middle East and one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iran. Shui waterfall, which is located near Kuh-e-Salon and 65 km from the center of Shahyoun district and 110 km from the center of Dezful city, is 2 and a half hours away from Dezful and 4 and a half hours away from Khorramabad.
The source of this waterfall is from a mountain called Chorvik and after coming out of the cave, it flows and flows down from high cliffs. The height of the waterfall is 85 meters and its width varies and in times of water shortage and high water and the change of seasons is between 45 to 70 meters. After crossing mountains and valleys, its water flows into the Dez River and finally into the Dez Dam Lake in Khuzestan Province. Since Shui is located near the border between Khuzestan and Lorestan, some people in Lorestan believe that this waterfall belongs to Lorestan province. The existence of a village called Shui around the waterfall has led to its naming. In the local language, Shui means tenderness. Of course, in some places, due to the proximity of Shui waterfall to the Tele Zang railway station, it is also called Tele Zang waterfall. Animals such as the whole Persian goat, leopard, bear and salamander form an important part of the habitat around the waterfall. If we want to name the most important plant species that have grown around this area, we must mention trees such as willow, fig, hair, ash, maple, kikum and oak.
You can also see on the rock walls from which the waterfall falls and below it a plant called Siah Veshan, which has extraordinary medicinal properties. It is not bad to know that this plant is very useful for treating diseases such as jaundice or jaundice and helping to easily excrete kidney stones. There is another waterfall near Shui waterfall, which is often referred to as the second Shui waterfall or Sang Mar waterfall. This waterfall is about half an hour walk from the main waterfall, but you can be sure that it is worth walking this way, you will face a completely different view from the main waterfall. The not-so-easy access to this waterfall has made it a pristine place to a desirable extent, and this doubles the pleasure of seeing it.
If you have chosen the second way to go to this beautiful waterfall, you should know that the train route in the heights of Oshtrankooh passes through a very beautiful road that may not have been reached by anyone. It is better to book our ticket by the window in advance so that we do not miss anything. After the heights, we cross the Caesar River. Fortunately, there is a train from Tehran to Ahvaz and vice versa on almost all days of the week, but it is better to have one of the first days of spring for
Choose to see this paradise. The train usually arrives at the tele-station at one o’clock in the morning. The village itself is spectacular and beautiful. The only way to reach this area is by train, so no cars can be seen on it. Many travelers rest in the village mosque until nightfall and walk to the waterfall before sunrise to avoid overheating. It takes 4 to 5 hours to walk. Along the way, you have to cross the heart of a river, but if the river is flooded, you should not take this risk. After river climbing, it is time to climb. About one You have a hard hour and a half of climbing ahead and finally, after these hardships, the waterfall will show you its beauty.
This waterfall was registered on December 20, 2014 as one of the national monuments of Iran and the first national natural monument of Khuzestan province. Shui waterfall is located in the right part of the beginning of Khostan province and this causes the climate of this region to be hot. To prevent heatstroke and have a nice weather when visiting, it is better to visit here in late winter and early spring, especially in April, when the spring weather is refreshing and It has given more greenery to this area. In other words, the best months to visit Shui Waterfall will be March and April. In these two months, the region is the best time both in terms of climate and the volume of waterfall waterfall. If you want, you can camp at night around the waterfall, but be sure to pay enough attention to travel equipment. Also prepare yourself for heavy spring rains.
Ways of access: Continue the Tehran-Rasht highway towards Talesh. It takes less than an hour from Talesh to Landville. From Lundville follow the side road south and reach the village of Kote Kome. Lundville is about 14 km from Lawton Falls. Almost half of this route is asphalted and the rest is up to about 1 km of dirt waterfall. After that, there is a short route between the pedestrian forest of “Kote Komeh”, that is, to the village to reach the bottom of the waterfall. The route is a little uphill and its distance is about 6 km. It is more than 6 and a half hours from Tehran to Lundville. The second route is from Soha village in Ardabil province. From Ardabil or Namin, you have to go to the blue city of Bigloo, and after passing three villages that are among the fields, you will finally reach Suha. After Soha, there is a 3 km long dirt road to the lake of the same name, which you can go with the help of the villagers’ car. There is no village or hamlet from Lake Soha to Lawton Falls, and there is only a cottage resort.
“Spine” originates and flows into the Lundville River, which is 17 km long from Mount Spinas “Spine”. It enters the Caspian Sea. The way to climb the waterfall is very beautiful forested hills that can be seen along the way with many springs with cool water and drinks. The waterfall is visible from a distance of 600 meters. At the edge of the waterfall, there is one of the most beautiful dense pristine and untouched forests of Gilan with a lot of plum, pear, walnut, hazelnut and wild apple trees that maintain their greenness and beauty in 9 months of the year. Walking in the heart of Gilan forests, while hazelnut, azalea, walnut and pear trees surround you, will reduce your fatigue. After hiking, you will reach mountains and hills. You cross the green mountains and enter the pasture. In some parts of the route, if the rivers are low in water, you will cross the river. Otherwise, you will continue the forest path. It is best to get help from a local guide or map help. A few hours of hiking and mountaineering will take you to a point where the sound of the waterfall can be heard little by little. Fortunately, near Lawton Falls, there is a bathroom, buffet and room for rent. Along the way and on the way to Laton Falls, we reach the old village of Asio Schwan, which is almost deserted, but has several cafes, such as Uncle Yadollah’s cottage, which can be counted on to relieve fatigue and drink tea. In Talysh, Asia means mill and Schwan means river. At the foot of the waterfall there is a deep valley into which the water of Lawton Falls flows. Therefore, you need to be careful when you reach the waterfall. The approximate height of Lawton Falls is 105 meters, which is considered by many to be the tallest waterfall in Iran, but it is not. In addition to the main waterfall, there is another waterfall at 10 meters, which is 65 meters high, and its water overflow is larger and wider than the main waterfall. Upstream of the large Lawton Falls, there are three large natural ponds with three 10-meter waterfalls. Among the animal diversity around the waterfall are wolves, boars, bears (rare), hedgehogs, horses, cows, and.. From the sights near and around here, we can mention the following points: Kote Komeh village has a hot spring and a pool where you can take a shower. If you are a professional mountaineer, you can climb the foothills of Mount Spinas, where Laton Falls originates. On the way you will also cross Lake Soha. Lake Soha is located 15 km from the waterfall and is one of the most beautiful. You will pass through pastures, grasses and hedges. Since the waterfall is 15 km from Astara, before going to it, you can visit the coastal markets of Astara. This waterfall was built in 1399 in
The list of national monuments of Iran has been registered. In all seasons you can watch Lawton Falls, it can not be said that the orange leaves of autumn are more beautiful or the green of the trees in summer. Of course, we do not recommend mid-winter for this trip. Our suggestion is early spring (April and May). When the weather is mild and the heat and sultry weather still do not exhaust you.
Access roads: The distance of Nojian waterfall from the police is 52 km of Khorramabad-Borujerd-Doroud three-way road. If you drive from the traffic police on the Khorramabad ring road, after 14 km, you will see the sign of Nojian waterfall on the right side of the road. Turn left at this intersection. Now you enter a beautiful mountain road that is located among the oak forests. From the beginning of the three-way road to the waterfall, there is exactly 38 kilometers, of which 32 kilometers are asphalt and the last six kilometers are dirt, although this 6-kilometer road can be traveled by car. But you have to be very careful, because there are no warning and driving signs and there are sharp turns waiting for you. But if you are not in a hurry, be sure to drive calmly and try to walk as much as possible to enjoy the beauty of the road.
There are about 50 waterfalls in Lorestan province, which is the third most water-rich province in the country, and Nojian waterfall is one of the most beautiful among them; A high waterfall that many people visit to collect medicinal plants. The path to reach the waterfall may be long, but you do not get tired of walking in the mountains and forests. Nojian, which is the tallest waterfall in the province, is located in the Bakri area. To see Nojian waterfall, you have to go to the heart of Nojian forest; Therefore, you will have fun both in this forest promenade and one of the tallest waterfalls in Iran.
Taf Mountain is located. Nojian Waterfall is the sixth tallest waterfall in Iran in Lorestan province. This waterfall is located 38 km southeast of Khorramabad (Papi section), 90 meters high and 5 meters wide. It grows all kinds of medicinal plants in Taf mountain and has a beautiful and spectacular nature. Collecting medicinal plants come to this area, its communication route is through Khorramabad to Nojian Pass, asphalt road or by railway to the country station, and on the other side, it is about a 2-hour walk to the waterfall. It is a piece, its top piece
It has a pond where you will be amazed by the water in it. You lie on the water and the waterfall falls on you. Of course, if you can stand the cold of the water.
You have to be very careful to go to the top. Nojan Forest Promenade, in the heart of which the waterfall is located, is very spectacular and you can count on it for a day picnic. Of course, in this pristine area you will not see anything like a restaurant, shop or gas station. So take the necessary equipment with you and fill the gas tank. As you descend the waterfall, you will see fish ponds. The area has several rivers that are supplied by springs and flow into the Caesar River. The water here has made the trout grow fat and plump. After seeing Nojian Falls, the most exciting thing you can do is explore the heart of Mount Taf. Many medicinal plants grow on the slopes of this mountain.
Wark Falls is nearby. On the Khorramabad ring road, you will reach a three-lane road that goes to Nojian Falls on the left and Wark Falls from the west. You hear from us that it is a pity to go to Nojian. Do not touch it. This waterfall is twin and in the highest part, its height reaches 57 meters. The area around this waterfall is full of pear and hawthorn trees. The closest city to Khorramabad Nojian Waterfall is about an hour away. If you have enough time, you can be in Khorramabad for a few hours and see the sights of this city. Nojian Waterfall is the forty-sixth national monument that was included in the list of natural heritage of Iran by the Cultural Heritage Organization on March 18, 2009. This waterfall has its own beauties in the season. Access to this waterfall is possible through Aligudarz to Shoolabad. The best way to reach Chakan waterfall is through Morzarin-Shoolabad and Baharkar roads. The other way is through Khorramabad, Sepiddasht, Shoolabad. We suggest the first of spring to the first of summer when the waterfall is in its most watery condition. If you postpone your trip until the end of summer, you are likely to encounter a low waterfall. It is a lot.
Access roads: South of Kerman province, Jiroft is located 40 km east of Anbarabad city in Rudfarq village. After reaching Jiroft, cross the Jiroft-Kahnooj road and go about two kilometers from Jihadabad crossroads to Mordhak and Rud Farq village.
And the big dam that “Halil River” in the south of Kerman province is full of spectacular and amazing natural attractions. The existence of dozens of large, water-filled and permanent rivers, such as those closed on it, has made this region known as the largest natural greenhouse in the world. The amazing scenic nature of the south of Kerman province attracts many tourists. Varvar waterfall is one of the amazing and spectacular sights of this region of Iran. This waterfall is the tallest waterfall in Iran and the Middle East. Which is located in the Bare Jabal mountain range. The height of this waterfall is 176 meters and its water originates from Alam Shah mountain (with a height of 3740 meters, the highest peak of Jabal Barez). Jabal Barez mountain range with a length of 250 km is the longest mountain range in southeastern Iran. Most people consider Latun to be the tallest waterfall in Iran due to lack of knowledge and familiarity with this waterfall, while the height of Laton waterfall is only 105 meters.
Also, Piran or Rijab waterfall of Sarpol-e Zahab consists of three steps in total and the total height of the stairs is about 150 meters and the highest step, which is the second step, is about 100 meters high. Reaching the waterfall is not easy. River Farq is located at the mouth of a river that originates from the southern Jabalbarz region and especially the peak of Alam Shah and flows from the waterfall. They prevent crossing and the only way to cross the river is due to the very steep and uneven slope and the presence of very large granite rocks that are stacked in some ways so that if you miss an object, find it It is impossible to slow down and therefore it takes about three to four hours to cover this distance of 10 km. According to the website of the Management and Planning Organization of Kerman province, if the height of the waterfall from the angle of refraction At the highest point up to the level of the waterfall pond, its height will be about 150 meters. It is true that the obvious mountains are covered with forests, but the forests of the Shah Alam range are more dense and fertile. All the beauty and splendor of the waterfall aside; From the forests covered with tall trees, gardens of that area, narcissus flower plains and numerous species can be seen. At the top of Varvar waterfall, the “bed” and “twin” of its birds should also be mentioned. When you walk to reach Varvar waterfall, it is called waterfalls. Varvar waterfall and its surrounding area is a spectacular place and contains historical monuments. The stone castle of “Wood” is an area to which the castle of Farq and the castle of Salar Reza are historical structures. Although only the foundations and walls of them are left now, but in the glory period of “Samoran” itself, strongholds and well-known fortresses. Their construction dates back to ancient Iran.