Top things to do in Kerman as Tourist Attractions

1. Shahdad Desert of Kerman

Some viewpoints of Shahdad kaloot (kalut) are described as supernatural, and they are considered as a sprawling space and Gandom beryan in lut desert named the warmest place on earth.

Shahdad kaloot or kalut

Shahdad Desert

Shazdeh Mahan Garden

Shazdeh Garden

2. Shazdeh Garden of Kerman

Shazdeh Mahan Garden can be named as one of the most beautiful traditional gardens in the land of Iran. The presence of a lush garden in the heart of a desert desert where you rarely plant it as a miracle, a strange event that will surprise everyone.

3. Kerman Bazaar

The great Kerman bazaar starts from the Arg square and ends with the Moshtaqiye Square. Each part of Kerman's Bazaar has been made by one of the rulers of this city and due to its unique features in Iran, it is unique and of world renown. This Bazaar is considered to be the longest Iranian bazaar and was mainly built after the eighth century AH. The Bazaar of Kerman, also known as the Ganjalikhan bazaar, is one of the most important historical and commercial centers of Kerman, with more than 60% of its historical monuments.

Kerman Bazaar

Kerman Bazaar

Rageh Canyon Rafsanjan

Rageh Canyon

4. Rageh Canyon of Kerman

Rageh canyon is formed due to the phenomenon of erosion in the plain of Rafsanjan with a depth of 70 meters, and the presence of numerous springs in the depth of the earth is one of the most ancient and most beautiful desert areas in the country.Erosion pillars and columns, arches, and blades and striped walls with their height reaching 70 meters in some places are the special sections of the area.The 20-kilometer walk along the canyon, walking side by side, provides viewing of the effects of erosion of the soil.

5. Arg-e Bam of Kerman

The Arg-e Bam, the world's largest brick building, is one of the most important and most valuable historical landmarks of Iran. The predecessors of this massive historical complex built on a large rock near Bam city in Kerman province.

Arg-e Bam

Arg-e Bam

Rayen Citadel

Rayen Citadel

6. Rayen Citadel of Kerman

The Rayen Citadel is one of the world's largest masonry buildings. This large monument with a surface area of more than twenty-two thousand square meters is the second largest brick building in the world after the Bam citadel, which hosts thousands of domestic and foreign tourists each year.

7. Meymand Village of Kerman

Meymand Village of Shahre Babak in Kerman Province is one of the rocky settlements in the world, where people continue to live. The village has been registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Meymand village Ten thousand years old paintings and six thousand-year-old pottery are some of the glowing documents that narrate the history of Meymand.

Meymand Village

Meymand Village

Fath Ababd Garden

Fath Abad Garden

8. Fath Ababd Garden of Kerman

The Fath Abad garden is related to the Qajar period, located 25 km from the center of Kerman, the city of Ekhtiyar Abad. This garden is a model for the construction of the Shazdeh Mahan Garden. In addition to the main mansion, with two floors in the center of the complex and in the north of the main pond, there are four seasons in mansion in the west.