About 200 km west of Shahrekord, in the last residential point of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province, there is a village called Landi, which in addition to its attractions as a pristine village, due to its proximity to one of the prominent waterfalls of this province is of interest. The access road to Landi village is long and unsuitable due to its location in the impassable mountains of the Zagros. A large part of this route is mountainous and narrow and is blocked by seasonal rains.
From Landi village to the waterfall, there is no road and you must trek about 10 km through the pastures and oak forests. Due to its location in the middle of a wide valley overlooking the Bazoft River, this route has a beautiful and unique landscape.
Landi waterfall is in fact a large and full of water spring that go out at a point in the middle of the valley from the ground and falls a short distance from the exit in the form of a beautiful waterfall with several floors downstream. Landi is a roaring and majestic waterfall and due to its location in an impassable area, it is not easy to see the waterfall from below. After passing through many trees, the waterfall finally reaches the depths of the valley and joins the great river of Bazoft with a short distance.
Landi is a permanent waterfall and can be visited all year round. But the best time is early spring because this region is located in the tropical climate of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province and due to its proximity to Khuzestan province, it is ruled by early and hot summers.
Visiting the waterfall, and especially watching it from below, requires physical preparation and an experienced guide. Failure to do so can lead to serious risks.
There are no amenities and accommodation near the waterfall. It is not possible to stay and buy necessities inside Landi village. For this reason, it is better to prepare all the necessary items before entering the village.