Lost Paradise - Iran Tourist Attractions
Lost Paradise or Tang-e Bostanak in Fars Province, Iran, is a stunning natural attraction near Shiraz, popular among tourists and nature enthusiasts. Known for its unique natural beauty, it supports agriculture and gardening due to its favorable climate and ample water supply. The area is rich in almond, pistachio, barberry, oak trees, and medicinal plants. Its location in the Kar River and Doroodzan Dam catchment area is crucial for the water supply to nearby villages. The valley’s rocky terrain fosters the growth of plane and walnut trees among other shade-loving plants. The region’s diverse wildlife includes birds of prey, red deer, brown bears, and other species. Lost Paradise is a year-round destination, with each season offering distinct beauty, especially vibrant in late April to early May.