Morteza Ali Canyon

Morteza Ali Canyon, Tabas: Address, Morteza Ali Canyon Reviews: 4.5/5

Morteza Ali Canyon
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Canyons • Deserts • Geologic Formations • Hot Springs & Geysers
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Hourieh Tousian
Iran15 contributions
Dec 2019
you must walk in the river, so bring suitable shoes and extra dress with yourself.
مسیر پیاده روی رودخانه طولانی هست و باید کفش مناسب برای راه رفتن داخل آب و لباس اضافی به همراه داشته باشید.
Written April 6, 2020
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arezoo95
Tehran, Iran48 contributions
Feb 2020
there are some areas in the river where the water in the left is hot and in the right it's freezing!! there are also some hot springs in small caves into which you can crawl
Written March 9, 2020
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Sudabeh
Tehran, Iran21 contributions
Oct 2019 • Friends
Very amazing place to see, you can walk through the water and sense both cold and hot water at the same time
Written December 2, 2019
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iranhikers
Tehran, Iran196 contributions
Dec 2018 • Family
The Morteza Ali Hot Fountain, with its hot and cold water, is located along the path of the village of Khrv, located 27 km from Tabas city, in the heart of the desert of Iran. After passing through the city of Tabas to reach this fountain, about 5 km of the route should be traversed by foot, which mostly passes through the water.
To reach the Morteza Ali Fountain and Shah Abbasi Dam, you must leave the Kharv village and then enter the entrance of the valley.

The Kharv village is a tourist village 20 kilometers east of Tabas and has a nice paved road. There are also one-day and several-day lodging accommodations in the outskirts of the village.
Written June 21, 2019
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Iran-farazh
Sanandaj, Iran76 contributions
Nov 2017 • Friends
27 km drive from Tabas city to the village of Khoro, there is a beautiful canyon that leads you to a hot spring. Remember to bring your sport sandals to walk through the water. An extra dresses is also needed after you came back from the canyon, you should change to avoid catching a cold.There is an old bridge and arc from Safavid dynasty after the hot sprig. Remember to bring your camera and remember to bring something to eat with yourself. Assign an enough time to visit. You have to drive to this place and you need an hour of walking to the canyon. I suggest a half a day but if you are a nature lover you may spend a lot more time in this place.
Written October 26, 2018
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liliarahmani2004
Tehran Province, Iran23 contributions
Jul 2017 • Family
You must visit here when you visit Tabas.The walk into this canyon is brilliant and your walk in the water is really fun.It is a great place for natural lovers.
Written June 10, 2018
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vanmerksteijn
Stuttgart, Germany28 contributions
Apr 2018 • Solo
The walk into the canyon is amazing, you just need to follow the water. There are several deeper spots where it's possible to swim. After 45 minutes you will reach the hot springs, you feel the water getting warmer. When you continue the walk you will get to an old bridge. Great photo spot ! On the entrance are a few picnic spots and fire places for bbq.
Written May 23, 2018
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Soko2
London, UK95 contributions
May 2017
Wading through ankle deep water along the river sunk in this canyon surrounded by spectacular rock formations is in itself a great experience. But then getting to the warm water which comes from the local spring of Morteza Ali, deep in the surrounding terrain, with the natural waterfalls spilling out of crevices makes it all the more special. There are pools along the way for swimming, fully clothed if female of course, in respect for Iranian culture, along with the tiny fishes that might nibble gently on your feet. All in all a MUST if in the area.
Written March 23, 2018
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rafitourguide
18 contributions
Dec 2017 • Friends
As rightly refered to the city as "pearl of Iranian cities, it used to be so before the destructive earthquake in 1978. Yet you can partly experience the flavour of its past not necessarily in the downtown. Lying at the foothill of the mountain it has long been safe haven for many people in midfle of desert terrains around. Geographicaly important as the crossroad connecting south,north,east and west altogether. It was visited by some foreign explorers like the Swedish S.Hedin who stayed for a fortnight and took quite number of photos.
Written December 2, 2017
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tasteofqazvin
Qazvin, Iran387 contributions
Dec 2016
i went there with 2 friend of mine after mesr desert ,unfortunately not popular among tourists because of its location that is far a way from big cities .
We enjoyed a lot for trekking within rivers, exploring valley, and the good atmosphere of the place.
highly recommend go there during spring and summer
Written May 11, 2017
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