Bird Watching
Iran's vast topographic diversity provides the avid birder with a fantastic opportunity to observe an excellent cross section of shore and wading birds. It is because of this diversity, we are pleased to announce our special expedition to the Qeshm Island Hara Mangroves.

Iran's vast topographic diversity provides the avid birder with a fantastic opportunity to observe an excellent cross section of shore and wading birds. It is because of this diversity, we are pleased to announce our special expedition to the Qeshm Island Hara Mangroves. Located just two kilometers off the Iranian coast, the Qeshm Island mangroves are not only home to over 60 varieties of birds but are the largest mangroves encompassing 85,686 hectares.
 
Whether you are in search of Common Babbler, Finch Vulture, Dalmatian Pelican or Red-necked Phalarope the Qeshm Island mangroves provide both the novice and professional birder with one of the world's unique ecological biospheres.