Located near the Dena Mountain range, 120 km northwest of Shiraz, the capital city of Iran's Fars Province, Tang-e Bostanak encompasses many waterfalls and rivers, stunning mountainous landscapes, and green plains.
Tang-e Bostanak looks like a heavenly promised land belonging to God. That is the reason it has been given the nickname ‘Lost Paradise’.
The combination of pristine nature and a small impressive waterfall at the heart of it is a real detachment from urban life.
As one of the tourist attractions of Fars Province, the region is always considered by tourists as a hub for traveling.
Trees and shrubs such as almonds, pistachios, barberries, and oak grow in abundant there.