Top things to do in Khuzestan as Tourist Attractions

1. Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System of Khuzestan

Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System, a system of interconnected tunnels, waterfalls, bays, mills and large water channels that work together with great harmony and continuity and have been built in the Achaemenid to Sassanian periods for more water use.Assigning this collection to Darius the Great.

Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System

Shushtar


kool khersan(khersoon)

kool khersan

2. kool khersan(khersoon) of Khuzestan

Ghost valley; More than 200 meters deep and its walls are covered with Siavoshan herbs and waterfalls. The canyon eventually leads to the Dez River. The massive gravestones and grapevine trees and wildlife figs have made kool khersan(khersoon) look like strange canyons of films.


3. Shevi Waterfall of Khuzestan

One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iran and is considered to be one of the most unique waterfalls in the Middle East. Mountain views, pristine scenery and spectacular views are on the way to this cascade, which will double the attractiveness of your trip. This waterfall emanates from the inside of the cave and, after it comes out, flows down from high cliffs.

Shevi Waterfall

Shevi Waterfall


Chogha Zanbil

Chogha Zanbil

4. Chogha Zanbil of Khuzestan

Ziggurat of Chogha Zanbil is an icon of Elamite art and architecture. Chogha Zanbil is one of the most prominent Religious worship in Iran, which was built in 1250 BC in the era of Elamites. The major religious buildings architecture of that era were pyramidal. Meanwhile, the oldest and most important historical structure of the water of Iran and the world called Choghazenbil refinery is located alongside the same ancient structure.


5. Lake of Dez Dam of Khuzestan

Lake of Dez dam is one of the most beautiful lakes in Iran, behind the two mountains Shadab and Tenguan, and has provided a beautiful view to the area. Lake Dez Dam, which is currently one of the fifty long world dams, has several small islands, on which a lot of trees and almonds have given a special effect to the lake, while at the same time the lake is a good place for doing water sports such as Sailing, skiing, swimming, and more.

Lake of Dez Dam- shahyoun

Lake of Dez Dam


Shush Castle

Shush Castle

6. Shush Castle of Khuzestan

The Shush castle, also known as the castle of Akrapel or the French fortress, was built by the French archaeological department in 1897 on the highest point of the city of Susa. The castle is very similar to the French Bastille Prison, which is built by the architects from Dezful using bricks from Dariush Palace and a number of Cuneiform bricks from chogha zanbil.


7. Dezful Old Bridge of Khuzestan

The old bridge of Dezful has been the oldest bridge in the world since its inception due to its old age, its sustainability and survival. The old bridge of Dezful, which connects the two eastern and western parts of Dezful, is in fact one of the ways of the interface between Jind Shapur and the Mesopotamian Territory, built on the orders of Shapur I after the victory over Valerian by using the Roman prisoners.

Dezful Old Bridge or Sasanian bridge

Dezful Old Bridge


Palace of Darius in Susa - Apadana

Susa Apadana

8. Palace of Darius in Susa of Khuzestan

Apadana Palace in Susa, which is undoubtedly one of the landmarks of Khuzestan Province, was built on the remains of Elamite by the order of Darius the Great Achaemenid king of about 515_521 BC. This palace was the palace of the Achaemenid kings. Apadana is not the name of a castle, but the ancient name of the buildings known as pillars. You can see the best examples of Apadana in Persepolis and Shosh Palace.


9. Izeh of Khuzestan

The lost paradise in the north of Khuzestan, which is about a thousand years old, has many tourist attractions and beautiful nature. Ancient monuments, and stones dating back to the Elamite era make Izeh an ideal destination for historic enthusiasts. Also, Many tourists also travel to Izeh because of the beautiful and pristine nature. Nature is undoubtedly one of the tourist attractions of Khuzestan.

Izeh

Izeh


Lashkarabad

Lashkarabad

10. Lashkarabad of Khuzestan

Sleep in Lashkarabad does not make sense! Sellers are happy to invite you to the dinner table. Marinated aromas and all kinds of sauces with samosa, falafel and pineapple and aroma of tea, Arabic coffee, baklava and vegetables of sandwiches will surprise you . In Ahwaz, most people prefer the night due to the warmth of the day and prefer themselves for dinner, to this street.


11. Mandaeans of Khuzestan

These people are on the religion of the Prophet Adam and they have a special interest in Yahya the Prophet. Baptism is one of the main principles of the Mandaeans religion. Each year, in certain days, the Mandaeans of Iran come together on the banks of the Karoon, and they are replaced by special baptismal rite. Watching this ceremony is one of the most exciting areas of symbolic and cultural tourism in Khuzestan.

Mandaeans

Mandaeans


Towbiroun Valley

Towbiroun Valley

12. Towbiroun Valley of Khuzestan

This valley is the result of thousands of years of erosion caused by seasonal rainfall. Its tall walls with high altitudes, sometimes up to 100 meters in diameter, and the bulk of grapevine trees, wild figs and waterfalls have provided a beautiful effect to these valleys.With a heat of up to 40 degrees Celsius in Dezful, guests can relax in this cool wind breeze, reaching temperatures of up to 25 degrees.


13. Shadegan Wetland of Khuzestan

One of the wonders of the Shadegan wetland is the simultaneous sweet and salty water, which has brought about a great variety of biodiversity. The Shadegan wetland is a large natural replicatory center that, in addition to lagoon fish, fishes from the rivers of the bahmanshir, karun and Jarahi are also used as a suitable spawning place.

Shadegan Wetland

Shadegan Wetland


Tashkooh

Tashkooh

14. Tashkooh of Khuzestan

Tashkooh is one of the natural wonders of Khuzestan province, its holes are like springs that come out of the Fire instead of cold water.This burning mount of Ramhormoz, known as the "Tashkooh", is burning from the distant past to this day and attracts many tourists especially at night. These hills, which hold hundreds of flames of fire, staring at the eye of every visitor.