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Mesr Village

Mesr Village

Mesr is a village in Dasht-e Kavir (the Great Salt Desert), Isfahan Province, Iran. Mesr desert (AKA kavir mesr), lies right next to the village of the same name. Mesr desert tours along with those of Maranjab desert and Varzaneh desert are among the most popular packages in Iran nature tours. Mesr (literally meaning Egypt) is the true definition of a desert village. It is a very small rural area surrounded by an ocean of sand, a feature that has worked for its benefit in the recent years. The majority of tourists who come to Mesr want to experience the amazing peace and seclusion of the village. Mesr desert’s weather is predictably hot during the day and cool at night, the typical character of the desert climate. That is why you should carry both light and warm clothes and special hiking equipment if you plan to roam about the dunes. Although the whole population of the village is below 200 people, that doesn’t mean Mesr village doesn’t have anything to offer beside spectacular desert sights. You can find a couple of guesthouses and cafés on Mesr desert map. Mesr village accommodation options include Rohab and Birahe guesthouses. Mesr village guesthouses offer basic but quality facilities to their guests. Now that you know what to expect in Mesr village, let’s talk briefly about the desert. Some people consider deserts as dull flat lands where one is at constant risk of being dehydrated or buried alive in a sandstorm. But extreme weather isn’t all trouble since it has been crucial in the formation of marvelous desert sights. Travelers cherish Mesr for its vast golden dunes and starry night sky. Astrology buffs or people who simply enjoy stargazing will have a fabulous time in Mesr desert since here in the pitch dark of the desert night, every inch of the sky is illuminated with a dozen starlets. Others whose jovial sides draw them to try out their hands in more adventurous activities, can ride camels or do sand sliding and sandboarding. To get to Mesr the easiest route is to take Naein road from Isfahan (420 km). If you are traveling solo and don’t have a car the cheapest and most convenient option you have is to take the bus to Khur and then take a taxi to Mesr, a trip that takes half an hour. Either way the trip will well worth your time and money, for in Mesr you will find all kinds of ways to be one with the solitude of the dunes.

 

Mesr Village

Mesr Village

Mesr Village

Mesr Village

Mesr Village

Mesr Village


10/10/2018 9:26:40 AM

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