Dashtak village is one of the county of Dorodzan of Abrooj district of Marvdasht city, geographical coordinates of 52 degrees and 28 minutes east longitude and 30 degrees and 17 minutes north latitude, is located in a mountain gorge, in the northern plains of DASHTAK. The village is 2040 meters height above sea level and climate is temperate in spring and summer and cold in autumn and winter.

Dashtak is one of the oldest villages in Fars province and is known as Dashtak in terms of settlement in a small plain. Remains of relics from the Achaemenid period are left in the village of Dashtak, and the date of formation of the village, according to the inscriptions of the old cemetery of Dashtak, is related to the seventh century AH.

The people of Dashtak village speak Dashtaki dialect in Persian, are Muslims and follow the Jafari Shiite religion. According to the results of the 1996 census, the population of this village was 2,806, which in 2006 was reduced to 2,367.

Most of the people in Dashtak village are engaged in gardening and animal husbandry. Some also engage in service and handicraft production activities, including embroidery, carpet weaving and kilim weaving. The village’s horticultural products include walnuts, grapes, pomegranates, almonds and meat, dairy products and sheep’s wool. Beekeeping and honey production in a new and traditional way is also common.

Dashtak village is located in a mountainous area and its physical texture is gradually formed according to the slope of the settlement. The village road network is formed as a communication artery of an irregular pattern based on the needs of the people and topographic limitations.

The old houses of the village are made of stone, clay, and mud and with a step-by-step arrangement, they have given a beautiful appearance to the village. Dashtak mountain village, with its temperate climate, forest cover, vast gardens, abundant springs, beautiful waterfalls, and beautiful landscapes and landscapes, especially in spring and summer, provides a very attractive atmosphere for the viewer. The stepped architecture of Dashtak village has given it a very impressive appearance, which makes the viewer admire it.

According to the public relations of the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts, and Tourism Organization of Fars, the old sycamore tree of the village is one of the oldest trees in Iran and the world. The tree, which stands at the site of the village’s original score, is said by some natural paleontologists to be 4,000 years old.

Imamzadeh Fakhreddin is one of the most respected shrines in the village. One of the most interesting monuments is the village of Dashtak, a staircase called Katl. Which has 1,200 stone steps and in the past they used to travel to other places through it. The old mills of the village consist of 6 old mills that have been used by the people in the past. The old mills are cultural symbols and historical monuments of Dashtak village.

The mineral springs of Khanar, Nehrom, Morshedi, Abgargari, Deh Gah, Darreh and Abgarmi have healing waters. The natural attractions of Dashtak village are the springs of Wil Cheng, Ab Choghor, Bagh Jamal (Baba Jamal), Si Chah, Pai Bidi, Dam Tang, Bidak, Abedo, Garduk, Tadak, Baghak, Sibaki and Cheshmeh Gol, which is located in Jashmeh Saran Ziba. They are in the mountains around Dashtak village.

The people of Dashtak village celebrate and rejoice in national holidays, especially Eid-e-Norooz, Eid Fitr and Eid Qorban, and hold mourning ceremonies during mourning days, especially during the month of Muharram.

kilim weaving and carpet weaving are the handicrafts of the people of Dashtak village. The local game Derna is popular among the people of Dashtak village. The local music of the people of Dashtak is often played with reeds, and local songs are sung and played as Shushtari. The local clothing of the people of Dashtak village has beautiful and happy designs. According to the public relations of the Cultural Heritage and Tourism Organization of Fars Province, on 2/3/2008, Dashtak village was selected as the target village in the development of tourism. Dashtak village is one of the mentioned cities through Marvdasht and Kamfirooz cities and the roads leading to this village.


  • All accommodations
  • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners
  • Economy class flight (if any)
  • Land travel in Iran by air-conditioned coach
  • Extensive tour notes
  • Services of an Iranian tour lecturer throughout the tour
  • All entrance fees to sites mentioned on itinerary


  • International air fares, taxes and surcharges
  • Travel insurance
  • Items of a personal nature such as laundry or phone calls
  • Visa costs
  • Tips to local guides and drivers

Saeid Zare organizes more than 30 tours in this village annually. You can contact me for coordination.


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