Sisakht Bound: A 2-Day Journey from Samiram
Embark on an odyssey that immerses you in the very essence of Zagros, Iran’s captivating mountain range, renowned for its untamed nature, vibrant tribal culture, and winding, picturesque roads. This extraordinary journey traces a path from the fruitful landscapes of Semirom to the awe-inspiring heights of Sisakht, promising an indelible experience across this remarkable region.
Have you ever heard the name of the Semirom apple? Do you know where Samir is? If you don’t know, come along because we have a fantastic and juicy summer travel offer.
Semirom is one of the highest cities in Iran; A city with a pleasant climate in the south of Isfahan province and the border of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad provinces, which not only has high-quality and famous fruits but also hosts one of the most watery waterfalls in Iran. Semiram waterfall falls to the ground from the top of the rock at about 40 meters near the city. The municipality of Semiram has built a relatively large promenade at the bottom of the waterfall and the area around it, which gets quite crowded during the hot days of the year.
After visiting the city of Semiram, go to the second waterfall of this summer travel offer. This waterfall is called Abmalekh, and to reach it, you have to continue towards Yasouj. Abmlech is located at a distance of about 50 km from Semiram. To get it, between Meimand and Bibi Sidan and before Qara bridge, take the exit of Abmalkh village and reach the village after 7 km. Park the car in the town and walk for about an hour to the waterfall. Your walking path passes by the overflowing river, one of the primary sources of the Marbare River. Regarding the reason for the name of this waterfall, it is said from the words of the older adults of the village that its water was used to eliminate the plague of locusts, which is probably due to the mineral and lime properties of the river water. Of course, the other name of this waterfall is Takht Suleiman, and there is also a spring with the same name.
Plan to stay in a tent in nature or use a rented village house for tonight’s stay.
Continue the route on the main road from Isfahan to Yasouj, passing through Pataweh, and before reaching Yasouj, take the Sisakht exit. Sisakht is one of Iran’s coldest cities, formed on the slopes of Dana Mountain. Dena Mountain consists of a high peak with a height of over 4000 meters, and the starting point for climbing is one of the most famous of these peaks, and not the highest one, Hoz Dal Peak.
Bijan Pass, Mishi Spring, Koh Gol Lake, and Koh Gol Waterfall are some must-sees. Fortunately, many tourist accommodations have been built in Sisakht recently, which will ease your mind.
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