Though long-time has passed since people used to live in caves, the life of cave dwellers is still mysterious for humankind. Luckily, there are a few places that remained, which let us know more about human history. Meymand troglodyte village is one of the few remained hand-dug rocky villages, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Kerman province, Iran. Meymand is also known as a Cultural Landscape that is a combination of men’s work and nature.
History of Meymand
Settlements in Meymand
Significant settlements of Meymand
- The Fire Temple
- The Old Public Bath
Location of Meymand
Where to Eat in Meymand
Where to Stay in Meymand
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Entrances fee according to the itinerary
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How To Get To Meymand
You can get on the trains between Tehran and Bandar Abbas and get off the train on Khatoun-Abad station which is 50 km away from Shahr-e-Babak.
If you plan to go to Meymand by your personal car, you have to drive 36 km from Shahr-e-Babak toward the northeast. You can park your car at the parking which is available for the visitors.
To go to Meymand by Plane, you can book a flight to Sirjan which is the closest airport available. Kerman flights are another option.
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