High in the hills above Ramsar lies the picturesque mountain village of Javaherdeh, which makes for a pleasant day trip or a good base for further exploration.
Javaherdeh is a village in Sakht Sar Rural District, in the Central of Ramsar County, Mazandaran Province, Iran. According to the 2011 census, the population of the village was 9800 people.
The village of Javaherdeh attracts many tourists every year with its breathtaking nature and cool and pleasant climate. The path to the village of Javaherdeh due to its various attractions, such as the waterfall and Qu lake is spectacular.
This beautiful village is located on the path known as the Paradise Corridor, which is actually a fascinating route that can attract any visitor. It should be noted that the Paradise Corridor was built by German engineers in 1350 (SH), and its interesting turns make you not tired at all until the end of the route.
The village is located at an altitude of 2000 meters from sea level and between Sorkh, Rezhe, and Somamos summits.
Javaherdeh has a pleasant climate and a dreamy nature during the month of July as well as the three summer months. Nowruz is not a good season to travel to the city as it may surprise you with sudden and heavy rains due to climate fluctuation.
How to go there: To get to this beautiful village, you must first go to Mazandaran and then towards the beautiful city of Ramsar. You then reach a 3-way junction called Palestine, located south of Ramsar. After this, you are on the Javaherdeh road.