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A step into Zoroastrianism

Chak Chak, which means drip drip, is a holy site for Zoroastrians. There is an annual gathering and... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2018
nathayn
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Netherlands
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Nice hidden place with water inside mountain

It is nice plce i recommend tourist they go to fire temple in yazd but they cannot go to chakchak... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
edehghan1130
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Esfahan, Iran
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| Kharanaq District, Ardakan County, Chak Chak, Iran
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

It is nice plce i recommend tourist they go to fire temple in yazd but they cannot go to chakchak because is far but i takr some tour for people they want to go from esfahan to yazd we start from esfan we go cisit...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

hi my friend I visit this place around 3 months before and it was amazing for me to see how tourist are interested to see this place on Chack Chack mountain I went with Tailand people and we have a good memory about this place...More

Thank Sabzpooshan
Reviewed 11 June 2018

I visited this place with my closest friend, Muhammad. We were amazed by the structure and the location. It is a long drive to there, almost 70 to 80 minutes, through the dry land. But, it totally worth it. We talked to the person in...More

Thank ebrahimbarzegarny
Reviewed 22 May 2018

The route is very long and you have to climb a lot of stairs. So take on sports shoes and avoid as much as you can...

Thank Fereidoon F
Reviewed 4 May 2018 via mobile

Zoroastrian temple, or maybe better said cave,... its very old, long hike up the mountain. Its wet on the floor and water dropping from the top.

Thank JD D
Reviewed 30 April 2018

Chak Chak (Persian: چك چك‎ – "Drip-Drip", also Romanized as Chek Chek; also known as Chāhak-e Ardakān and Pir-e Sabz (Persian: پیر سبز‎) "The Green Pir")[1] is a village in Rabatat Rural District, Kharanaq District, Ardakan County, Yazd Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its...More

Thank DidanihaTravelAgency
Reviewed 30 April 2018

Temple of chek chek or pir-e sabz lies 48 kilometers northeast of yazd on the hillside of a mount with a same name in Ardakan. It is esteemed by Zoroastrians of Iran and the world. They gather there in the end days of June for...More

Thank mesuttazi
Reviewed 18 April 2018 via mobile

Chak Chak, which means drip drip, is a holy site for Zoroastrians. There is an annual gathering and celebration when over 1500 followers from around the world visit the site. You can read about the legend of the site online or from the explanation boards...More

1  Thank nathayn
Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

Amazing views, amazing atmosphere . 1800 years the same fire. Huge respect for it. Zoroastrians are really unique people. It is possible to sit next that ancient fire and to meditate, trying to feel it.

Thank Ponuponas
Reviewed 5 April 2018

The village consists of a pir perched beneath a towering cliff face in the desert of central Iran. It is the most sacred of the mountain shrines of Zoroastrianism. Located near the city of Ardakan in Yazd Province, Chak Chak serves as a pilgrimage point...More

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