Related to Ramsar city (located in Mazandaran province)
This waterfall gains its flow permanently from the melting snows of the Cheshm Chal Mountains in the heights of Eshkavar-e-Oliya. After flowing for a distance, it cascades from a rock onto another, and then forms numerous other waterfalls, thus flowing into the depth of the Eshkavar-e-Oliya Valley. The focal point of this waterfall is its major output of water, and the cave-like cavities formed in the rocks behind this waterfall.
Springs are also present around this vicinity. Coupled with the enhancing weather conditions and beautiful landscape of the permanent glaciers of the Cheshm Chal Mountains and the flora and fauna which in itself is a sight to witness.
Possibly the most scenic spot on the Caspian coast, Ramsar is where the jungle-clad lower ridges of the snow-topped Alborz tumble into the sea. It's a verdant, photogenic area, lush with orange groves, and there are walking trails into the nearby hills.
Formed as a result of the Kamhar Watershed penetrating the rocky areas, the harmony of forest trees with unique topography of mountanous and river land regions, have enhanced ...MORE
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