Kish Iland

   

Kish Iland

Eilam

KISH


Dream island

Introduction

whether you are an adventurous scuba diver loking to explore the coral reefs of Persian Gulf or looking for a warm sunny beach to lie down on the silver sand , enjoy the smell of salt and read your book;Kish Island has it all for you.kish is one smaller ilslad in Persian Gulf and one of the most beautiful coral islands in the world. the main attraction of this island is its gorgeous beaches.eventhough kish is not a big island , most of its area is covered by beautiful beaches where you can go swimming in the blue - gem waters of the gulf. even on the most luxurious island of IRAN you can enjoy a visit to a cultural heritage dating back more than two millennia.kish island has been inhabited by iranians since Achaemenid Empire and it is rich in history as it is in beauty.


Weather

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Kish has a very dry semi-equatorial climate. Kish Island has the most sunny hours in the region, roughly 3,100 hours per year.

Famous Places





Ocean Water Park:
Is a 5.6 hectare outdoor water park located in Kish Island, Iran. It is the first Iranian themed water park and outdoor water park, themed based on story of the Mystery of the Sun Castle. It opened in January 2017 and has 13 rides, four swimming pools and one spa in addition to two restaurants, four beverage stops and coffee shops and two shopping areas.The Water Park's theming has been implemented under the supervision of Ahmad Jafari, veteran architect and Disney NFFC legend.The water park has several localized features, as well as unique rides in the region. Located in a predominantly Muslim Region, the park offers separate, exclusive days for women only, a feature specially suitable for Arab countries in the region. Ocean Water Park also has one of the tallest rides in the region, Pichaloop, with a 24 meters drop.











Greek Ship:
Greek Ship is one of the most marvelous attractions in Kish Island.On July 26, 1966 Kish natives saw a huge ship run aground on the western coastline of the island. No one knew why the ship was trapped there. It is still one of the ship's mysteries.














Kariz underground city:

The aqueducts of Kish date back to 2500 years ago and provided the islanders' drinking water. Today, it has been transformed into an amazing underground city, with an area of 10 000 square meters. It is now called Kariz-e Kish. now, Kariz has opened up a new exceptional chapter for all nature lovers who are able to visit the largest coral collection directly. Various other facilities, such as residential, shopping, and leisure centers in a land about 60 000 square meters will be built on Kariz grounds. I think if You want to go to Kish Island it worth to visit it once . I really enjoy it and I recommend it to other travelers.











Kish Dolphin Park:
The Dolphin Park is a 70-hectare park which is located at the southern-east of Kish. Surrounded by over 22,000 palm trees, it includes a dolphinarium, butterfly garden, silkworm compound, bird garden, artificial rain forest, volcanic mountain, orchid garden, and cactus garden. The dolphinarium includes the largest man made pool on the island, and exhibits dolphins, sea lions, and white whales. More than 57 species of birds and other animals from around the world including pelicans, ostriches, blue-and-yellow macaws, storks, toco toucans, turacos, swans, African penguins, and marsh crocodiles are kept and live in the Bird garden as well.










City of Harireh:
You have proabbly heard about the story of Sinbad the Sailor and other stories in One Thousand and One Nights, Harireh was one of the major cities from the period of these stores in the 8th century. Harireh several travellers and historians, like Venetian traveller Marco Polo, Moroccan traveller Ibn Battuta, Persian traveller and poet Sa'di, ... have talked about this important trade city in the Middle Ages.














kish beaches:

you can relax and enjoy the Persian golf in a calm,peaceful and very very clean beach. you can play beach volleyball,ping pong and badminton and ........there some teria have cold non alcohol drinks. you can be even top less if you want in a very kindly atmosphere. you can swim in calm and dark blue ocean with out any risk of shark or other animals. you can tanning and enjoy the Warmth of the Sun on the white sand beach.















Water Sports:     
From parasailing to scuba diving, wake-boarding to jet skiing, Kish has it all. These activities are led by young, perfectly bronzed Iranian men and women who remind you that no matter what corner of the world you are in, surf culture is the same. While the mandatory hijab is still required on these islands, it is a bit more lax. For participation in these water activities, a swim cap suffices as hijab for women. If you do not want to actually get in the water, you can try the glass-bottom boats to catch a glimpse of the colorful sea life of the Persian Gulf’s aquarium.











Biking:
The 47-mile-long bike path snakes all around the island and is independent of car roads, making for a scenic and especially easy way to find secluded beaches and stop at your leisure to take pictures against the picturesque backdrop of the Persian Gulf’s azure water. Rental stations are located throughout the island, and bicycles, tricycles, tandem bikes, and scooters are all available to rent on an hourly or daily basis













Marjan Beach:
Located on the east side of the island, this beach is named for the beautiful coral that can be found there. The coast is lined with pergolas, which, along with the palm trees and landscaping, provide an especially panoramic view. This beach is a particularly popular site to watch an unforgettable sunrise. Many of the sea sports clubs are also located here, making it easy to make reservations for any of the activities.











The Twin Water Reservoir:
The Twin Water Reservoir was built in 1993 upon remnants of an existing water reservoir, and the architecture is highly reminiscent of the water reservoirs of Yazd. In places with a scarcity of water, such structures were build to store water. The badgir (windcatchers), an ancient Persian architectural structure used to create natural ventilation, help to keep the water at near freezing temperatures.











 


Kish Sea Turtles:
On the southern and western coasts of this coral island between the months of March and August, hawksbill turtles come out onto preserved lands to lay their eggs. These beaches give tourists the opportunity to view these giant turtles swimming against the waves back into the sea. Grab your camera and set out to these tucked-away beaches to spot heads popping out of the water and photograph the turtles digging out holes to nest their eggs (from a safe distance, of course).












Green Tree Complex:
The north of the island, a particularly green area known as the Portuguese Valley, is the location of the Green Tree Complex, which was build around one of the oldest lur (banyan) trees. Said to be around 600 years old, many believe this tree is auspicious and come here to make a wish and tie a thread around the thick twisted branches to make it come true, a necessary act for finding your soulmate! The rest of the complex provides a wonderful green space in which to relax with a glass of hot Persian tea or perhaps a cold ice cream.