The township of Ramhormoz is situated to the east of the province and experiences a warm climate. Its center is Ramhormoz city, and lies at a distance of 1,008 km. from Tehran. It has common border with the province of Kohkiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad.
Ramhormoz is a historical city and the founder is said to be Hormoz Sassani. Previousely it was known as "Samangan". In spite of being a historical city, it remained under developed. The historical territory of Ramsheer is in this township, and the ruins of the ancient site of Ramsheer is at the vicinity of 3 km.
The importance of Ramshir is more due to existance of the large bridge of Ramshir, built on Jarahi (Maroon) River, which acts as a link connecting the southern sea ports with Ramshir city. In recent years, Ramhormoz has regained its importance and is considered to be one of the fast developing and important townships of Khuzestan province. The residents of the city are primarily Bakhtiari.