20 km east of Chabahar, there is a wetland that is famous for its pink color. Lipar Wetland, also known as Pink Wetland, is an artificial wetland built to collect surface water. For this reason, its size and shape are proportional to the season and the amount of rainfall.
Similar to Lipar Wetland, there are other examples in Iran, the most important of which is Maharloo Lake in Fars Province. Both of these wetlands are seen in this way due to the growth of colored plankton, and therefore their pink color depends entirely on the environmental conditions and the growth rate of these animals. This color is more visible and clearer when the weather conditions are right. Lipar Wetland is no exception to this rule and its pink color can be seen only in some seasons of the year.