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Nayband National Park, Wildlife
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Nayband is a small bay near Assaluyeh, which has been introduced as a National Park today due to its rich flora and fauna and has been considered by the Environment Organization.



In the northern part of the bay; Special petrochemical zones and refinery facilities are located. But the eastern part of the bay, near the village of Haleh, remains untouched to visit and enjoy nature.


From Haleh village, through a road, you can cross a large part of the bay and see vegetation and animals along the way. Birds and camel herds are just some of the animals that can be seen in the area. Migratory seabirds living in this area are also among its attractions.


The coast of Nayband Bay is mostly rocky and with relatively high precipices. For this reason, on stormy days, the view of the waves hitting the shore is very beautiful and spectacular. Seawater is very clear in shallow areas and the sea floor can be easily seen.


The beautiful view of the bay, especially at sunset, has attracted many tourists. The wide and flat space has made many enthusiasts choose to spend a few days away from the crowds of this beach.


The presence of Mangrove Forests is another attraction of this marine national park. Trees that are immersed in water with each sea wave and are exposed to the air again hours later. This type of forest can be seen in different areas of southern Iran. Qeshm Mangrove Forest is one of the most important.


The suitable environment of these trees for the growth and development of the animals around them and the nature of the resident and migratory birds has made these forests of special importance in protected areas such as Nayband National Park.


Mehdi Gholami.

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