Sarakhyeh village, known as Venice of Iran, is located in a pristine area among the Shadegan wetland. This wetland is one of the few wetlands known as one of the most important natural resources of the region and the world, which is listed on the UNESCO list.
Once you come to this village, you must ride a wooden boat to go and back. The boats are called Balam that take you through the forearms so that you can reach the village.
Other attractions in Sarakhiyeh are the herds of buffaloes that are abundant. Shadegan wetland also provides bird-watching opportunities and you can enjoy seeing a variety of bird species. The species are abundantly seen around the wetland, especially in winter when the climate of the village is temperate. The people of the village speak Arabic.
Sarakhyeh is suitable for adventure tourists, nature Tourists, culture tourists, historical tourists, and photographers as well as for tourists who are interested in botany and zoology.
How to go there: The village is located in the province of Khuzestan – Shadegan city and the district Khanafreh of Naserieh. Go to Ahwaz – Abadan Route after that go to Darkhuin. By leaving Darkhovin, there is a road to the east and the city of Shadegan. To reach the village, you must go to the Shadegan wetland. Sarakhiyeh village is in the middle of the wetland.