Gazou Waterfall, a hard-to-access yet worthy tourist spot in northern Iran 

In the heart of the millennia-old Hyrcanian forests in Iran’s northern Mazandaran Province, a rocky waterfall surrounded by trees has turned the area into a pristine tourist attraction for those who can endure the arduous trek.

The 48-meter Gazou Waterfall in the Lefour region of Savadkuh is one of the tallest waterfalls in the province.

Not many tourists are willing to take the hard path through the forest, but if they do, the best time to go to the waterfall is from mid-spring to mid-fall.

Below are some of the pictures that show, only partially, the splendor of the waterfall.


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