But in the meantime, there are villages that have turned this threat into an opportunity to attract tourists, because from the point of view of a tourist, the presence of sand near a village means a unique natural attraction, and therefore many tourists want to travel to see these villages have. One of these villages is known as Farahzad, which is located a short distance from the well-known village of Mesr.
By passing through the village of Mesr to the north and walking about 3 km between the groves and farms of the village of Mesr, the last settlement of the desert in this area, Farahzad village, can be reached, which is a small village with a small population. Farahzad is the end of the road. It is possible to continue the journey by car only to visit natural attractions.
About 3 km after Farahzad village, we reach Chal Selkenoon, and shortly after that, the sands of the Takht-e Aroos (bride’s throne) and the Takht-e Abbasi (Abbasi throne) begin.
Residents of Farahzad village are engaged in agriculture. Of course, in recent years, with the arrival of many tourists, well-equipped accommodations with many facilities for domestic and foreign tourists have been created, and this factor has led to a great prosperity of business in this remote village.