Dehdasht is a city in and the capital of Kohgiluyeh County, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, Iran.
Things to Do in Dehdasht
- Nazal Cave
- Belad-e Shapoor
- Kahyar Historical Bath
- Borideh Bridge
- Sheykh Habil Village
Dehdasht (Kohgiluyeh) Attractions
Dokhtar Castles, Doshman Ziyari – Dehdasht (Kohgiluyeh)
The construction of these types of castles are related to the sun worshipping and angel fertility beliefs.The Dokhtar Castles were usually big and small fire-temples that have been presented to the angel of fertility and many of them are ...
Shapour Tomb – Dehdasht (Kohgiluyeh)
This tomb is located in a place that is presently the forest park of Dehdasht city. This square shaped grave has been made of stone and gypsum and amongst local people it is known as the grave of Shapour Sassanid.The same is in keeping with ...
Barm Alvan Wetland – Dehdasht (Kohgiluyeh)
This wetland is located in the extremity of the Kohkiluyeh township, and is about 8 hectares in area. Around this region waterfowls such as geese, ducks and gulls can be observed.
Pirezan, Meymeh and Nazl Cave – Dehdasht (Kohgiluyeh)
Other caves of the province are as follows: The Pirezan Cave and Fee Cave in Dehdasht, Kohkiluyeh, Mess Cave in Khongah Ab Siyah, Boyer Ahmad, Meymeh Cave on the borders of Kohkiluyeh Va Boyer Ahmad and Khuzestan provinces. Nazl Cave in Nour, ...
Plant Coverings – Dehdasht (Kohgiluyeh)
The vegetation coverage is diverse because there are two different types of climates, one in the warmer locations and the other one, in the colder climatic regions. In the cold areas, because of abundant water, the vegetation coverage is dense. But ...
Kheir Abad Fire Temple – Dehdasht (Kohgiluyeh)
This relic is located on the right side of the Dehdasht-Behbahan Road, and to the left of the Kheir Abad River and is related to the Sassanide era. This construction is known as the Kheir Abad Fire Temple.It is a square shaped structure and has ...
Bahmaei Village – Dehdasht (Kohgiluyeh)
The Bahmaei sector with its center as Kilak comprises of two small villages by the names of "frontier Bahmaei" and "tropical Bahmaei".The Lirab and Sidoon Rivers (that join together forming the Aiyla River), are flowing in this section and enter ...
Ganjehie Gorge – Dehdasht (Kohgiluyeh)
The Ganjehie Gorge is a recreational area with various kind of trees, such as plane tree, wild plum and oak trees. This area is verdant with several springs around it, all of which take their source from the Dena Mountain.