Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province where nature offers its nique beauties

Tehran, May 1, IRNA – Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari is a tiny province of Iran which offers matchless and unique beauties of its green nature to they eyes of every traveller who has chosen it as the destination for his nature tours.

Travelling in the province in sring, especially in May, you can touch the mathchless beauties of the nature.

From Choghakhor Lagoon to Gandoman and from there to the Valley of Love (Darreh ye Rshgh) and Atashgah waterfall in Lordegan Fire, and again from the beautiful sides of Zayandeh Rood river to the unique forests of Zagros, all you will receive is the unforgettable sceneries and unparalleled beauties.

Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province is one of the provinces of Iran which lies in the southwestern part of the country . Its capital is Shahr-e Kord.

The province has various unique traditions and rituals relevant to the 'tribal' lifestyles . Special forms of music , dance , and clothing are noteworthy.

The province with its unique landscapes in all the seasons of the year especially spring, is one of the destinations of nature tourism in Iran.

Since thousands of domestic and foreign tourists travel annually to this area, authorities have to boost and use the capacity of these areas to develop the tourism industry witht the purpose of promoting an economy without oil, by creating the appropriate infrastructure for tourism in this area.

*** Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari welcomes local and foreign investment

'Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari has a high capacity in tourism industry to accommodate the overflow of domestic and foreign travelers and tourists from Khuzestan and Isfahan provinces' stated Iqbal Abbasi the Governor of this privince in a meeting with the Investors of Tourism industry in Shahrekord on Tuesday.

According to the last decision of President Rouhani and the Cabinet visit to Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, this province will soon become one of the main tourist hubs in the country.


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