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 International Twin Popular Natural Sights in Iran

Iran is the Paradise of tourism and holds some natural famous wonders in the world. They are some identical twins and natural tourist attractions which are scattered in different countries but you can visit most of them in Iran. Some of these identical natural tourist attractions are:
- Grand Canyon Valley =  Khazineh Valley in Lorestan
- The King's Valley in Australia = Shiraz Strait in Koohdasht, Lorestan province
- The glowing Vaadhoo beaches in Maldives = Luminescent beaches in Chabahar

Please follow us to introduce the best identical twins and natural tourist attractions.

The Khazineh Valley & The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is a steep-sided canyon carved by the Colorado River in Arizona, United States. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles (446 km) long, up to 18 miles (29 km) wide, and attains a depth of over a mile (6,093 feet or 1,857 meters). The canyon and adjacent rim are contained within Grand Canyon National Park, the Kaibab National Forest, Grand Canyon–Parashant National Monument, the Hualapai Indian Reservation, the Havasupai Indian Reservation, and the Navajo Nation.

The Khazineh Valley
The Khazineh Valley is one of the most amazing and famous attractions in Iran and is located at the intersection of three provinces of Ilam, Lorestan, and Kermanshah. One of the largest Iran straits is 5 km long and belongs to the third geological era. The roaring river, tall stony rocks(150 - 200 M), a tall waterfall, natural massive columns shaped by wind, rain, and earthquake, and unique breathtaking natural views have made this beautiful valley one of the potential tourist attractions. Also, you can find the signs of cave dwellers who used to live there for thousands of years.

Kandovan Rocky Village, Tabriz & Capadocia, Turkey
Cappadocia - Turkey
Cappadocia is a historical region in Central Anatolia, Turkey. Cappadocia is a beautiful region in central Turkey famous for its fairytale landscapes, cave dwellings, remarkable rock formations, and, of course, the hundreds of hot air balloons that soar into the sky every morning at sunrise. The region of Cappadocia has been settled by humans since prehistoric times, and over the centuries it has been occupied by the Hittites, Persians, Romans, early Christians,
Kandovan Rocky Village, Tabriz
The most unique, magical volcanic village. A wonderful and enchanting stone village that will fascinate nature lovers with its natural beauty. If you are looking for unique attractions in the world, this place is worth visiting twice. The most unique, magical tourism volcanic village. If you are going to visit one of the three unique examples of rocky tourist villages in the world, the Kandovan village is the only active example of a rock village in the world after Cappadocia in Turkey, and Dakota in the United States.

Aladaghlar, The colorful mountains & Zhangye Danxia National Park

Zhangye Danxia National Park
Zhangye Danxia National Park is famous for its colorful mountain range in China, a mountain with sharp peaks and round hills that look like a colorful pencil box with thousands of colors. A collection of cold and warm colors brought together to multiply the pleasure of walking on them. It is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List and some of its photographs have been published in international forums, which has been the reason for its popularity.
Aladaghlar, The colorful mountains
If you are a nature lover or eco-tourist and love to visit Iran's colorful mountains we suggest Aladaghlar Mountain with a rainbow of colors. These phenomenal mountains are a picturesque, spectacular, and delightful place for walking and those who are nature photography enthusiasts.  There are a few places on earth where you can visit these dazzling painted mountains, such as the Zhangye National Geopark in China and the Ausangate Mountains in Peru.

Kaboudwal waterfall, Iran & Bigar Waterfall, Romani

Bigar Waterfall
Romania's Bigar Fall is the most beautiful waterfall in Romania, located between the towns of Oravita and Bozguichi. Located in the Cheile Nerei-Beusnita National Park, Bigar Falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Romania and even in Europe. The waterfall has also been ranked on the list of the eight most special waterfalls in the world. The waterfall is not famous for its height or huge amount of water but for its special bell-shaped formations.

Kaboudwal waterfall
Would you like to walk in the 4.000.000 years old Hircanian Forest and visit one of the 10 astonishing waterfalls in Iran? Kaboudwal waterfall is the highest mossy waterfall in Iran and is located in the heart of Iran's north forests and is a real copy of Bigar Moss Waterfall in Romania. You can walk in the 5km path of the waterfall and enjoy the beauties of Iran's Hyrcanian Forests. Kaboudwal  Waterfall is the largest full-moss waterfall in Iran and one of the most important destinations for nature lovers.

Tang e Kafari, Iran Phuket

Phi Phi Islands and Maya Bay
Phi Phi Islands in Maya Bay is one of 6 famous Islands in Phuket and the most famous spots in Thailand, and are part of Hat Nopparat Thara-Ko Phi Phi National Park. which was made more famous after the movie ‘The Beach’ starring Leonardo di Caprio, which was filmed there in 2000. This closed which was closed due to mass tourism from 2018 up to January 2022. Tall green rocks and nice clean beaches are the most important features of this area. Fun fact: Phi Phi is pronounced as Pee Pee, not Fee Fee.

Tang e Kafari, Iran Phuket
If you like to visit Iran's Phi Phi Island and a copy of Thailand's Maya Bay area, the Tang e Kafari, or Iran Phuket, this is it. pristine and untouched natural places of Iran, behind the Seymareh Dam and in the Zagros mountain range full of breathtaking views. You can walk among the Mythical oak forests, and visit local wild animals like Persian squirrels, or do boating in the clean water and enjoy it. The strait scenery is stunning marveling the visitors so that they undoubtedly like to sit for hours enjoying the scenery.

The Jinn Chimney, Zanjan, Iran

Bryce Sequence Chimney in Utah, USA
Smaller and more remote than either Arches or Zion Bryce Canyon National Park is technically not quite a canyon. More aptly, this national park is a hoodoo heaven, home to more hoodoos than anywhere else on Earth. These thin, almost impossible-looking red rock spires jutted out from the ground like a “fairy chimney,” one of the colloquial names for rocks that can reach up to 200 feet high. These pinnacles make up the majority of Bryce Canyon National Park.
The Jinn Chimney
Tall compressed clay columns are created over time with the help of nature(wind erosion, Rain). These natural effects of Hoodoos are visible more in the USA(Bryce Canyon region). If you like to walk among wonder natural effects and discover twin tourism sites all over the world, this is it. They are located 110 kilometers from Zanjan before Behestan Castle. The locals believed they are made by supernatural beings; thus, it is called the Chimney of Jinn.

Shears Strait Iran

Kings Canyon & Watarraka National Park
Watarrka National Park is only three hours’ drive from Uluru, and is home to the mighty Kings Canyon – a majestic destination featuring 300m high sandstone walls, palm-filled crevices, and views that stretch across the desert. Watarrka National Park includes the western end of the George Gill Range. This scenic landscape of rugged ranges, rock holes, and gorges acts as a refuge for many plants and animals.

Shears Strait
A 5 km long valley with the most breathtaking pure and natural scenes will enchant you. This gorge with many similarities to the Kings Canyon in Australia is a paradise for nature walkers and lovers. High untouched stone walls, springs, permanent rivers, different wild trees, and local animals will enchant all visitors. The high walls with a height of 100 to 200 meters with sharp slopes have created the most beautiful natural effects. This beautiful region is located in the west of Iran and among the 3 provinces of Lorestan, Ilam, and Kermanshah.

Durdle Door Beach, UK
It is part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and is an extremely popular beauty spot. The coastline is of such international geological importance that it was designated England’s first natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2001 and is now part of a family of natural wonders including America’s Grand Canyon and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. There are many similarities between this beach and Pozam Tiab in southern Iran.

Pozam Tiab Beach
An all-in-one beach, like the Durdle Door coast of England. A beautiful beach with an area of 74,845 square meters in south of Iran, in the vicinity of the Persian Gulf with rocky & sandy beaches, clean water (Known as Iran's California), natural caves, and Great arched cliffs like Durdle Door coast of England. This beautiful beach with natural and large geysers, the glow of phytoplankton at night, and a beautiful view of the sunset is considered one of the most spectacular beaches in Iran especially in winter.

Martian Atacama Mountains in Chile
One of the driest places in the world, the northern Atacama Desert in Chile is a high Andean plateau with lunar-like geology that can only be described as otherworldly with its rock and salt formations, color palette, visibility for miles, and clear night skies. An epic destination for travelers to Chile. The 22 million-year-old deep red rocks, massive sand dunes, and salt patches on the surface are unlike anything you have seen on Earth.
Chabahar Martian Mountains
"I've seen it in movies," most tourists say when they set foot on the Chabahar route to miniature mountains for the first time. The truth is that the Martian Mountains (or miniatures) of Chabahar belong to less visible glittering attractions of the real world, not the imaginary world of the movies. The mountains range from 5 to 100 meters above sea level and are not only visible in South Khorasan, Bandar Abbas, Khuzestan, and Qeshm but also in Atacama, Chile.

Bunda Cliffs, Australia
The Bunda Cliffs are located between two of Australia’s most impressive natural attractions: the Nullarbor Plain and the Great Australian Bight. The limestone cliffs are a naturally beautiful landmark in one of Australia’s most isolated places. This guide reveals just how you can visit the magnificent Bunda Cliffs yourself. They’re the world’s largest single exposure of limestone bedrock with more than 200,000 square kilometers (77,000 sq miles).

Beris Beach
If you are going to take a selfie Instagram photo over the high cliffs of Iran's south beach and watch the amazing view of the sunset, undoubtedly the Beris rocky beaches in Sistan and Baluchestan province are the best and most unforgettable places. The long border with the Oman Sea, and the azure waters, along with countless boats and fishing boats, can capture fascinating scenery in your mind. Just take a deep fresh breath and seat on the edge of a rock and take wonderful pictures  You’ve never seen something so beautiful!

The Maldives Glowing Beach
The Maldives Glowing Beach is a must-see spot when you come to the Maldives. This natural phenomenon has a bit of a magical effect that will absolutely take your breath away. While you can experience the Sea of Stars throughout the day, the most spectacular time to enjoy this glowing island the Maldives has hidden away is at sunset or into the night. That glowing beach will certainly seem like a magical island.

Luminous beaches of Chabahar
If you plan to have a night walking on a sparkling beach with blue small Diamonds and enjoy its beauty, the luminous beaches of Chabahar, like Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives, is your best choice. These Planktons and coastal snails give such beauty to the beautiful beach of Chabahar that they will enchant you with their beauty. Just, remember that phytoplankton are not a souvenir that you can put in a glass and container and take with you! Keep the ecosystem.

Lake Hillier—Australia
Lake Hillier is a saline lake on the edge of Middle Island, with pink color, and an example of that is in Iran. These two pink color lakes are very popular not only for their beauty but for their strange and unique features. One in the south of Australia and the other one in the south of Iran. Since its discovery in 1802, Lake Hillier has drawn in curious visitors from all over the world. There are 6 colorful lakes like this all over the world.

Lipar Lagoon
The pink wetland of Lipar is located just 200 meters from the northern edge of the Oman Sea and south of a namesake village in Chabahar, in Sistan and Baluchestan Province. What stands out about the wetland, which sits on the edge of Lipar's seasonal lagoon 20 kilometers to the east of Chabahar, is its water which looks pink. This body of water which is 10 hectares in area, accounts for 90 percent of herbal plankton in the region and is home to a large number of, flora and fauna species.