Sistan and Baluchestan Province, located in southeastern Iran, is the second largest province of the country.

Thanks to its unique flora and fauna, Sistan and Baluchestan has turned into a dream land for nature-lovers in southern Iran.

The province has a high diversity of topography – from plains to mountains – and is home to one of the four highest peaks of Iran “Taftan” which is 5,020 metres.

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.

Here you can see photos of the pristine areas of Sistan and Baluchestan in Darak, Lut Desert and the Martian Mountains.

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