Zingan Cave The natural cave of Zingan is located in the middle of an extensive plain near the town of Salehabad, in the province of Ilam. This cave has a very pleasant and quite cold climate, which is why it is also known as “Behesht” cave, which means paradise. Many professional ecotourists believe that this

Yakh Morad

Yakh Morad Cave One of the most famous caves in Iran is Yakh Morad, located in Alborz province, along the famous Karaj-Chalus highway. Numerous stalactites and stalagmites of ice and other sediments have created fascinating and unique shapes in the heart of the cave. Its history dates back to the second geological period. Some specialists


Shapur Cave Shapur Cave is located near Kazerun, in the surroundings of Bishapur, an ancient Sassanid city. Inside the cave there is an artistic carved statue from the time of the Sassanid Empire making the cave a beautiful natural and archaeological destination. In the lower part of the mountain, where the river flows, the side

Sang Tarashan

Sang Tarashan Cave Jahrom’s Sang Shekanan Cave, known to locals as Sang Eshkan, is the largest handcrafted cave in Iran and the Middle East. In fact, it is one of the largest and most beautiful man-made caves in the region. The Sang Eshkan cave consists of several openings and columns that can be seen in


Sahulan Cave Sahulan Cave, with its geological structure of water, earth and limestone, is one of the most wonderful and unique natural caves in Iran, situated at 1751 meters above sea level. Sahulán Cave is the second largest aquatic cave in Iran after Alisadr. This cave dates back to the late Cretaceous and is linked


Rudafshan Cave At the foot of the Alborz Mountains, in the province of Tehran, in a town called Rudafshan, there is a fascinating cave. Rudafshan Cave is one of the perfect options for hiking and trekking through the nature of the village and its unique route. To access the entrance of the cave you must

Quri Qale

Quri Qale Cave This cave is located in the western province of Kermanshah, near the city of Paveh, and was formed about 65 million years ago. Quri Qale is twelve kilometers long and is more than 2000 meters above sea level. The temperature inside the cave is about nine degrees Celsius in all seasons. Archaeological


Namakdan cave The longest salt cave in the world, called Namkadan, is located 90 km on the island of Qeshm, 237 meters above sea level. At the bottom of the cave you can see currents of salt water, creating a magnificent sight for visitors. The humidity of the island and the infiltration of water in

Katale Khor

Katale Khor Cave Katale Khor Cave is a combination of wet and dry caves located in Khodabandeh, in the province of Zanjan. The Katale Khor cave is one of the most fascinating limestone caves in the world, considered one of the only caves among all due to its age, size and number of floors. Katal


Karaftu Cave The Karaftu cave is a natural limestone cave that has been modified at different times for its use and habitability by man. It was excavated in the heart of the mountain with a four-story rocky architecture, probably formed during the Tertiary Geological Era. Karaftu Cave enjoys a special reputation among caves around the


Kalmakareh Cave Lorestan, considered the cradle of Iranian civilization, enjoys a mountainous climate in the heart of Zagros Mountains. The discovery of bronze objects, the existence of caves like Mirmelas, Pasangar, Gararjaneh and bridges like Kashkan and Pol Dokhtar affirm its importance. Kalmakareh Cave is located on Mahleh Hill, at a height of 650 meters

Hotú and Kamarband

Hotú and Kamarband Caves One of the prehistoric human settlements was found in two caves called Kamarband and Hotú, 8 kilometers from Behshahr. The two caves are only a few tens of meters apart. A group of archaeologists from the University of Pennsylvania, under the supervision of Carlton and Stanley, came to Mazandaran in the

Ghiri Kenar

Ghiri Kenar Cave or Behdeh This cave is located north of the Behdeh village, in the Hormozgan province. It was excavated to transfer the water to the plain. In addition to the cave, there are dams and other channels that lead the water into the cave. The water flows into the Behdeh plain supplying the


Garmsar Salt Cave Garmsar Salt Cave, known as Garmsar Naft Darreh Cave, was created as a result of flooding and washing of the rocky cliffs in the area. The cave atmosphere is healthy due to the excessive presence of layers of salt. Its temperature, in the heat of summer, is very mild and maintains a

Ayub Cave

Ayub Cave The Ayub cave is located 16 kilometers southwest of the city of Dehaj, in Shahr-e Babak, in the province of Kerman, on a mountain of the same name. Inside the cave there is a source of water flowing out through a network of pipes. In the past, people believed that the prophet Job,

Alisadr Cave

Alisadr Cave Alisadr is the only aquatic cave in Iran, linked to the Jurassic period (the second geological period). Forming one of the wonders of the country with its seemingly endless labyrinths, it is located in the town of Alisadr, in the province of Hamadan. It is worth mentioning that the Alisadr cave is the