Iran Lut Desert Safari
Have you ever imagined taking a fascinating tour exploring the hottest area on the Earth in an ancient land with an age-old history?!
Let us take you on a trip through the astonishing great desert of Lut (Dasht-e Lut), inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites list on July 17, 2016, a salt desert in the east of Iran, located in the provinces of Kerman and Sistan and Baluchestan, the world’s 27th largest desert stretching about 320 km /200 miles from northwest to southeast and is about 160 km /100 miles wide. In the east, a great massif of dunes and sand rises, while in the west an extensive area of high ridges is separated by wind-swept corridors. In its lowest, salt-filled depression—less than 300 metres/1,000 feet above the sea level. Feel its summer heat with a land surface temperature as high as 70 °C/ 159 °F, and its low humidity can’t be experienced anywhere else on the Earth; measurements of MODIS (Moderate-Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer ) installed on NASA’s Aqua satellite from 2003 to 2010 testify this fact.
Pass through the ancient city of Yazd, a UNESCO World Heritage Site possessing an amazing architecture which has always attracted millions of tourists from all over the world, wishing to experience a unique stay in dreamy historical traditional houses.
Do not ever miss the chance to do sightseeing in the picturesque city of Isfahan, including some UNESCO World Heritage Sites besides lots of other wonderful monuments worth-seeing!