Jashak Salt Dome, the Sweet Salinity
Saturday, April 8, 2017
Jashak salt dome, also known as Dashti salt dome, is located near a village in Dashti region of Bushehr province in Southern Iran. As one of the largest and most beautiful salt domes in Iran and the Middle East, the Jashak salt dome was registered as Iran’s national natural phenomenon on 1388 (2010).
To visit this dome, if you are interested, the address is between Dashti and Deyr dounties, Bushehr province, Iran.
This dome has attractions for tourists for its unique features such as salty waterfalls, salty caves, salt holes, salty glaciers, salt springs, and the valley of cauliflowers.
The following pictures shows the wonders of this natural phenomenon: