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The inhabitants of Kish, in the past, used a kind of traditional storage system to gather rainwater. These storage’s were dug in the ground and built with a domed roof. With the emergence of water desalination facilities, these storage’s lost their significance. But their remains are still an interesting site for tourists to visit.

In a big beautiful garden of 70 hectares, where very nice bougainvilleas are wrapped around palm trees, and green plants and colorful flowers present a different nature to the visitors, for the first time in the Middle East, sea mammals and penguins entertain the children and adults alike. More than 20 dolphins, sea lions, sea cats, sea boars, and white whales jump, cruise forward and backward, clap, snore and throw balls in the largest pool on Kish Island as well as the Bird Zoo, Underwater Aquarium, Orchid Garden, Cactus Garden, Silkworm House, and Erupting Volcano are other amusing sectors of the palm grove of the southeastern tip of Kish Island, which attract thousands daily. The visitors enjoy watching many different kind of birds from all over the world, especial and rare cactus and orchid, the metamorphosis of silkworms and cruising of fish in their natural environments during the daytime, and the erupting of an artificial volcano at nights.


The Kish qanat is more than 2,500 years old, and currently it has been converted into an underground town at a depth of 16 meters below the surface, with an area of more than 10,000 sq. It is amazing to visit for the tourists. In the reconstruction of this qanat named Cariz, spaces have been allocated to handicraft stalls, restaurants and traditional tea houses, amphitheaters, conference centers, and art galleries.  Efforts have been made to protect the traditional and historic fabric of the site.


Many years ago, for some unknown reason, a Greek cargo ship got close to Kish’s coasts and was stuck in the mud. Watching the sunset beside this ship is fascinating and interesting. This situation created to rest near the ship is very popular with tourists.


Most probably the ancient town of Harireh is the same town mentioned by the renowned Persian poet Saadi in his book Golestan.
According to the writings of Iranian and Arab historians, the town of Harireh had been located in the center of the northern part of the island, where the ruins of the city can be seen today.
Visiting this ancient town is an opportunity to familiarize the island’s history while having a nice time at the Green Tree Recreational Complex, situated near the ancient city.

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