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Badab-e Surt, Mazandaran Province

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  • this place is very very unique in the world have some spiring with different of taste and all season is very beautiful 
  • It's realy nice place for the nature lover doesn't need a long walk. its 4 to 5 hours far from Tehran. 
  • To the remote place to visit you have private transport, no bus arrives there on the spot. We have a rental car and come here from Sari, we saw people who came by taxi from Sari. Iranians can appeal to local transport. The road from Sari to Badab-e Surt is beautiful and varied. Most of the road is paved. The last part (10 km) is paved, not 100% OK but in dry weather to ride with a normal car. The very last section is very steep and can be done on foot or with a 4 x 4. There was a local resident who with a tractor and trailer ready to bring visitors to the spot (for transport is 500,000 IRR requested, for the whole trailer. If multiple visitors is the cost per person. With this amount you support a local resident. The man goes into the area and shows the sources immensely beautiful of color is the water. At sunrise and sunset would be even nicer, however, the distance to Sari or Semnan is too large to at that time to visit the area. Important is to not to step on the formed travertine, it takes ages for the formed and a short time can be broken down by hikers. The area, the sources and the terraces are immensely beautiful of form and color, smaller than Pamukkale in Turkey, but much more beautiful
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