The province comprises two sections, Sistan in the north and Baluchestan in the south. The combined Sistan and Baluchestan province today accounts for one of the driest regions of Iran with a slight increase in rainfall from east to west, and an obvious rise in humidity in the coastal regions.
However, its enormous area has given the province a great diversity of climate and vegetation, which needs further investment to become a major tourist destination.
Despite all the deprivation and dryness, Sistan and Baluchestan province has kept its intact and beautiful nature. Here are Tasnim’s photos of the southeastern province: