Chahkuh Canyon is one of the main Geopark sites in Qeshm, In order for the UNESCO Organization, the welfare, health, and tourism.
Stars Valley one of the most fascinating natural attractions in the Qeshm Island According to legends, many years ago a star fell from the sky.
The ebbing of the sea water in the Naaz islands makes it possible for watching the natural attractions of Qeshm to walk or drive on the shore.
One of the tourist attractions of Hengam Island is the British port facility. Watching the groups of dolphins, Swimming, and diving in the surrounding coastal waters.
The Avicennia forest in Qeshm is one of the most wonderful parts of the world. The beautiful Qeshm Island has the largest and densest Avicennia forests on earth.
The caves in the Qeshm’s Namakdan dome are named caves number one, two, and three, which cave one is for exhibition and it is open to tourists.
One of the wonders of creation is that after 30 years when they are mature, the baby turtles hatched in this place return to their birthplace to lay eggs.
One of the tourist attractions of Qeshm Island is the Castle of the Portuguese, built in 1507 on the northern side of Qeshm Island by a Portuguese sailor.
These caves, which are considered old geological phenomena, along with other phenomena and mountains, and the Qeshm Island itself.
The people of Laft constructed them for making the inner space of the building cool in summer. The buildings of Laft are constructed close to each other.
This Valley is located south of the Harra Forest. It is known for its beautiful geological structures that represent a highland that has been heavily eroded.
There are 360 Tala Wells, which is the number of days of the year. Each day, people used to open the cover of one well to provide their daily water.
Guran is the main launch production center on the Qeshm island. The Guran village is one of the largest centers for the production of traditional launches in Iran.
It is worth noting that the Grave of the British, located in the foreign graveyard of Qeshm, is remaining from a place where some Englishmen lived in Qeshm.