Nayband National Park
Nayband National Marine Park is one of the national parks in the south of Iran with an area of more than 42 thousand hectares in Bushehr Province was recorded in 1382 by the Supreme Council of Environment Protection as the first national marine park in the country. Nayband National Marine Park, located in the south of Bushehr, is comprised of invaluable and rare plant and animal species and the most important feature of it is the existence of various hollow, sandy, coral, and forest beaches.
This park is one of the most invaluable marine habitats in the Persian Gulf that includes coral complexes, seaweeds, numerous coves, mangrove forests, beautiful sandy beaches, rocky shores, and old fig trees of temples and is the most appropriate place as an ecosystem.
There are 7 areas (Nayband National Marine Park, Deyr-Nakhilou National Park, Mond Protected Area, Heleh Protected Area, Khark Wildlife Refuge, Jashak National Natural Salt Mountain, and Kharko National Natural Monument) under management in Bushehr Province at the moment with an area of 152477 hectares as well as two prohibited hunting areas (Mond Mountain and Tang-e Bahush Mountain- Shahzadeh Ibrahim) with an area of 106266 hectares.