The Lut Desert, Dashte-e Lut is a vast salt desert, located in the province of Kerman and Sistan and Baluchistan. It is the world’s 27th-largest desert, covering a large area approximately 51,800 square kilometers. Lut Desert was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list on July 17, 2016. It is also one of the hottest and driest places in the world which have reached a top of 70 degrees Celsius, the highest temperature recorded by the weather station.
Lut, is an amazing dessert, everything is untouched, and nature is brilliant. Having the opportunity to experience such hot weather would be strange for Europeans who have mild weather and cloudy days in their countries.
The hottest place on Earth as of 2005 is in the Lut Desert in Iran at 70.7 degrees Celsius. This inviting region is abiotic – meaning without life; not even bacteria have been found. The specific hot zone, covering 480 square kilometers is called Gandom Beriyan (the toasted wheat). With this boiling weather, an egg can be easily cooked in a pan!
Besides, you can enjoy another sort of entertainment like Riding a camel, running or walking on hot sands, riding an ATV motorcycle and etc… Another feature of deserts is the temperature variation between day and night, where the temperature is really low and freezing at night. Furthermore, Lut Desert can give you a spectacular view of stars and dry and clear sky, especially at night.