(Persia Digest) – Tang Port in Chabahar, southeastern Iran, is an amazing place where the desert meets the sea.
The coast of Tang is 80kms from Kenarak. Not only is this a spot where the desert meets the sea, but it is also an important ecosystem for its coral reefs, mangrove swamps, seaweeds, and a place where sea turtles lay their eggs. Tang’s sandy and cliff beaches, its fig trees, and hills of flowers are its other attractions.
Kenarak village is in southeastern Iran, on the Oman sea coastline. It is known for its big, active fishing pier.
Photos: Erfan Samanfar/Tasnim
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