Bostanak Canyon has special and very favorable weather conditions due to its location among two or more mountains. Imagine a cool river or spring next to this pleasant climate.
Bostanak Canyon, known as the “Missing Paradise”, is located in Marvdasht, Fars province of Iran. It is a protected area with an area of 15324 hectares.
The height of this canyon is between 1700 and 2700 meters, which makes it possible to experience a very pleasant coolness in the hottest seasons of the year in this place.
The Canyon also has valuable wildlife that includes animals such as brown bears, hyenas, weasel, bezoar ibex, Iranian hedgehogs, mouse-like hamsters, Eurasian badgers, wildcats, Persian squirrels, foxes, jackals, bears, rabbits, bird species, wild pigeons, Partridge and other different animal species. Its vegetation includes Persian turpentine tree, oak, hawthorn, juniper, wild almond, Acer monspessulanum, yarrow, and thyme.
The Bostanak Canyon was inscribed on the UNESCO List in 1999 as a protected area.
How to go there: The best way is the path leading to Beiza to access Bostanak. This route is located on the Shiraz-Yasuj road and after Gouyom. After crossing Beiza, you will enter the Camfirouz area.
We recommend that you spend at least half an afternoon in Beiza and Camfirouz and visit their attractions. After that, you can see the lost paradise between the two villages of “Mahjanabad” and “Mangan“. The best time to travel to the lost paradise is spring (late April and May) to mid-summer. Of course, winter and autumn also have their own beauties, but the cold weather in may be annoying.