IP - Shadegan International Wetland, nestled in the heart of Khuzestan province in southwest Iran, is a true marvel of nature that captivates visitors with its stunning landscapes and diverse wildlife.

Iran PressIran news: Spanning over 400,000 hectares and nourished by the Karun and Jarrahi rivers as well as the tides of the Persian Gulf, this protected area is a sanctuary for various species of birds, plants, and aquatic animals.

Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Shadegan Wetland offers a unique opportunity to witness the wonders of nature up close. Visitors can embark on boat tours guided by the friendly residents of Sarakhieh village, who are eager to showcase the natural beauty and vibrant birdlife of this enchanting wetland.

For those seeking an unforgettable experience, the best time to visit Shadegan Wetland is during the March and spring seasons when migratory birds flock to the area. Plan your trip to Khuzestan province during the Nowruz holidays and immerse yourself in the tranquility and splendor of Shadegan Wetland.

Don't miss out on this hidden gem in Iran's tourism landscape - come explore Shadgan Wetland and create lasting memories amidst its breathtaking scenery.

Photo by: Tahere Rokhbakhsh


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