Chamli Wetland

Floating meadow

About: Chamli Wetland

Moving grass or “Chamli-gul” is one of the most outstanding phenomena in Iran and even all over the world that is located in the heart of nature in Takab and is still a sealed secret. In local language, this area means “an island of grass on the lake”. Chamli Moving Grass is a vast area of reeds whose connected roots to each other on the water and non-attached to the ground has made this phenomenon. This grass is like a moving island with an area of more than 100 square meters on a small lake that changes direction and moves by the wind blowing and airflow or a specific hit. This has made the natural sights exquisite. The grass is floating in the middle of the lake and has totally perfect and well vegetation that does not lose its greenness in summer or winter or in cold weather.
About five thousand foreign tourists annually visit this area, although it has not yet been registered as a national phenomenon.

General Specifications
Chamli Wetland
"Chamli Gol" in local tongue means "a floating grass island on a pond"
basedon initial assessment, the depth has been estimated between 8 to 15 meters.
Animal features
Fish and wild ducks
Plant features
Reed, trees and flowers of the region
Duration of visit
One day
Nearest tourist attractions
Jame mosque of Takab, the tomb of Abu Ayyub al-Ansari, Berenjeh prison, Takht-e Soleyman.
Access route
3 kilometers east of Badrlou village, Afshar Rural District, 15 kilometers northeast of Takab, West Azerbaijan, Iran
Access to vehicles
Network coverage
Chamli Wetland

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