222 km east of Shiraz near Neiriz, Bahram-e Goor protected region lies with immensity 408 thousand hectares, amid the borders of Fars, Yazd and Kerman provinces. The diversity of landscapes in this region ranges from 2787 m to 1600 m and its warm climate suitably hosts Iranian Zebra (Goor-e Khar). Iranian Zebra is a beautiful mammal the race of which is exposed to extinction. Bahram-e Goor is named after Bahram, the Sassanid king who was the expert hunter of Zebra in the ancient eras.
1. Some beautiful lakes
2. Different animals such as Asian Zebra
3. A Sassanid palace
4. Take photos in Estahban's fig gardens
Day 1: In the morning depart Shiraz for Neiriz (222 km, 3 hrs). Visit Bakhtegan and Maharloo lakes and the great fig gardens in Estahban, an important fig exporter to the world. Have lunch beside a beautiful waterfall in Estahban and then head for Neiriz to visit Jam'e mosque and its unique Mehrab (adytum). Set up tent in the desert to stay overnight (optional).
Day 2: In the morning explore in Bahram-e Goor protected region (pre-coordinated) and en your route to Shiraz or Kerman visit the Sassanid Palace of Sarvestan.