Nayband is a village in the Deyhuk district of Tabas, South Khorasan Province, Iran.
You probably know Masouleh, the village where the roofs of houses on lower tiers are used as courtyards for houses on the tiers above them. Nayband village has such architecture and is known as the Masouleh of the desert.
Thanks to the springs and qanats that flow in this village, its inhabitants cultivate citrus, palms, berries, and various products such as wheat, barley, vegetables, and legumes, and some are engaged in animal husbandry. An interesting point that you can see in Nayband village in Tabas is that there is a significant separation between the farms and gardens of this village and residential houses. In the lower part of this village, there are gardens and residential houses located at the top of the mountain.
Activities you can do in this village: Village sightseeing, mountaineering, watching the stars at night, and visiting caves and springs.
The place is suitable for: adventure tourists, religious tourists, nature Tourists, cultural tourists, historical tourists, and mountaineering, desert, and photography lovers.
Autumn and winter are the best times to visit Nayband and you can also travel to this village in early spring. But keep in mind that if you go there in the spring, be sure to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, and a sun hat with you.
How to go there: On the Tabas-Kerman road, after crossing Korit, Deyhuk, and Zenowghan, your distance to Nayband village is about 105 km.