Located in Khoor town in Isfahan province, the three-star Bali Hotel is a traditional accommodation at the heart of the Khoor desert. This unique relaxing place with a quite traditional setting and design and mud walls offers fine facilities and services in a pleasant atmosphere. The hotel's off-road travel activities are of its highlights providing guests with an amazing and memorable adventure along with the traditional tasty foods which remind people of the past times. Also, due to being in the vicinity of the Mesr Desert, the salt lake, and several famous villages with high antiquity such as Biazeh village, guests have easy access to amazing sightseeing spots, making their travel more enjoyable.
Iran's desert a charming rough
Desert therapy It is quite a while that people of western cultures. tend toward eastern countries and cultures. Deserts are among places they mostly intend; to walk barefooted on the warm sands, and to be overwhelmed by the charming silence of the desert to relieve inner and mental distresses caused by the tensions, pressures, and anxieties of life. As there are no holes in the ozone layer above the Loot desert the sunshine here is filtered out of ultraviolet rays and so, it not only is not dangerous but also it has great therapeutic effects. Thus, sand therapy and sun therapy can be regarded as other important attractions of the desert. The construction of this desert hotel was initiated in 1384 of the Persian calendar by a man who is born in the desert himself, and the construction of the hotel and camping area was completed in 1388. Bali hotel has 32 rooms, each provides full equipment and services according to the hosting standards.
The rooms of the hotel are divided into two parts. Khoor & Biabanak Khoor, a city with rich and prolific cultural background, is the capital of the Khoor & Biabanak region in the vicinity of Isfahan province. Though its history and formation process is not clearly known, clues such as a few old parchments imply its existence back to the 4th and 5th century of the Islamic calendar.
Iran Deserts A Different beauty
An ancient castle with 700 rooms is one of the attractions named after the desert village Bayazeh in Khoor Biabanak, a city located 400 km from Isfahan. Khoor-Biabanak has numerous natural attractions, including palm trees, a salt lake, and sandy hills. Bayazeh Castle, with an antiquity of thousands of years, is designed in several stories. It has a double-story basement. Earlier, there was a trench surrounding the castle, the high walls of which protected the castle from the attacks of thieves and plunderers. Even villagers used to keep their assets inside the castle several decades ago. Bayazeh's historical castle dates back to the Sassanid Era. It was registered on National Heritage List at No. 4701 in January 2002. There is a hotel in Bayazeh Village to host domestic and foreign tourists.
Mesr is an oasis located in the central desert of Iran known as Dashte-Kavir in Persian. Mesr Desert, also known as Kavir-e Mesr, Kalat-e Yusef, Mesr Village. Mesr village or Mesr desert is located in Jandaq Rural District, in the Central District of Khur and Biabanak County, Isfahan Province, Iran. The central mountain ranges of Iran, which cross the desert, are close by. The town's only source of water and, therefore, lifeline flows from a spring near the foothills of the aforementioned mountains close to the heart of the village. This is the only source of life for the gardens and date palm orchards that make this oasis such a special place.
The documented history of human settlement in the region dates back to 4,000 years ago, though other relatively reliable evidence suggests that human habitation is 7,000 years old. The main activity of the local inhabitants had been agriculture and wresting sustenance out of the harsh conditions of this land. In more recent historical times (from about 2,000 years ago), the oasis appeared on the famous Silk Road. Consequently, many travelers have passed through the area. Nasser Khosro, the famous Persian poet, philosopher, and adventurer, traveled through the area about 950 years ago.
Khoor, Mesr, and Garme are located in the southern part of the desert, which deserve more attention. In fact, Mesr Village is one of the amazing natural attractions, especially for those who enjoy trekking through the rough but beautiful terrain of a desert. Mesr (which means Egypt in English) is located 30 km north of Khoor. Despite being far away from the other spotlights of tourism in Iran, it gets quite many visitors during the year. Mesr is best known for its unique sand hills and amazing bamboo field. The sandhills around the village are known as thrones since the strong winds have formed peculiar and attractive shapes.
Tourism attractions are deep water well, verdurous desert and planting Gaz trees to prevent flints from movement, a boulevard 50 meters in width, old and traditional houses renewed for tourists settlement, motor riding, camel riding in desert and green, width canebrakes sand dunes around them. Many tourists come to visit these wonders in the middle of the central Kavir of Iran. Numerous Iranian and foreign astronomers choose this place for their astronomical workshops and many photographers use these beautiful and wonderful images for photography. In Mesr village there are local houses you can enjoy during your excursion.
Takhte Aroos and Takhte Abbasi are among the most famous hills in the area. From the top of each sand throne, you get an amazing view of the village and the desert. Another widely known attraction of the area is called Selek non-salt lake, which is covered by hive-like shapes formed by salt. These are of great interest to those interested in adventure travel. Because of its location in the southcentral desert, the weather in Mesr Village is warm and dry. The village is believed to be 100 years old and was named after its founder Yousef (meaning Joseph). It was later changed to Chah-Deraz (Long Well) because it supplied water to the village.