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Beautiful place

The waterfall is amazing, specially if you go in the right season, you can witness an awesome and... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2016
Ako e
Greeaaaaat

Well I live in Sardasht and if you're gonna visit sardasht you have to see these three waterfalls... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2015
samiyeh E
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10 Jun 2016
“Beautiful place”
30 Jun 2015
“Greeaaaaat”
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Sardasht, Iran
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Reviewed 10 June 2016

The waterfall is amazing, specially if you go in the right season, you can witness an awesome and mesmerizing view that you will remember for a while. I have been there many times and loved it every single time. It can get quite busy at...More

1  Thank Ako e
Reviewed 30 June 2015 via mobile

Well I live in Sardasht and if you're gonna visit sardasht you have to see these three waterfalls but there are more attractions in Sardasht I will share them here soon

2  Thank samiyeh E
Reviewed 27 July 2014

I was there for a one day trip and was amazed by the natural scinery. It was steps all the way around the waterfalls so you could access all the falls. Many people was swimming and it was an interesting experience.

2  Thank Sara J
Reviewed 29 November 2013 via mobile

The address is wrong !!! Shalmash waterfall is located in the West Azarbaijan province city warfare Did you enter the wrong address and causes the value of the software is low, do not bother to thank

2  Thank Saman S
Reviewed 1 February 2008

Shalmash Waterfalls consist of three huge consecutive waterfalls near Iraqi border on the outskirts of Sardasht, a small town in West Azerbaijan Province in Iran. The people in Sardasht are predominantly Kurd and speak Kurdish. The waterfalls are a 15-minute drive from Sardasht and are...More

21  Thank mabdoo
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