Margoon Waterfall in Sepidan
- ThemeNature & Adventure
- Duration24 hr(s)
Visiting one of the marvelous waterfalls in Fars province, which directly originates from a chain of water springs and plunges down a height of about 70-75 meters.
- Spring7:00-20:00 *
- Summer7:00-20:00 *
* Best Time
Photos of the Margoon Waterfall
Explore the Margoon Waterfall
The sight of uncompromising enormous stone rocks cracked by water falling off the cliffs is a wonderful delight to those who appreciate the peaceful company of the opposites.A frequently visited natural wonder in Iran is Margoon waterfall, in Fars Province. The waterfall is located near a village that goes with the same name. Plunging down from the height of 70-75 meters, this waterfall is fed directly from a chain of water springs inside the mountain, rather than rivers or streams. The journey of the river, originating from the waterfalls, continues into the surrounding groves.
The water here has a low temperature during all seasons and in the winter, the entire waterfall freezes, creating an array of astounding icicles, repeated along a width of about 100 meters. The waterfall is located near a village that goes with the same name.
The area is being taken care of as a tourist attraction and contains a parking lot as well as a campsite
Margun village and its nearby attractions are at their best during spring and summer. Early in the spring, wild flowers, especially red fritillaries, grow in the area
Although the winter promises a beautiful scenery, sometimes the path is blocked because of heavy snow. The area gets packed with visitors, especially on the weekends and national holidays. Degree of difficulty: 1 out of 5