The Hottest Spot in the Planet: Lut Desert
Let’s see what’s going on the hottest, driest, and most scenic desert on Earth.
The Lut Desert, also known as Dasht-e Lut, (registered as World Heritage List) is an extreme landscape in more ways than one. The hyper-arid desert is one of the hottest and driest places on the planet. However, those who brave a visit will soon discover the beautifully strange scenery that make this place one of a kind.
if you are a fan of odd and less known places – such as deserts- accompany us.
To be precise, the Lut Desert holds the record for having the Earth’s hottest surface temperature, which can climb as high as 159 degrees Fahrenheit (70 degrees Celsius). In any case, this scorching superlative is not the only thing that makes this region unique. The desert is speckled with gigantic rock formations, some of the tallest sand dunes in the world, salt plains, sinkholes, forgotten castles, and friendly wolves that roam around at night.
Camp outside under the stars and you will feel tiny between the surreal rock formations. However, visitors are advised not to explore Lut Desert in the summer; anyway beware that in winter and spring the nighttime temperatures drop below zero.
Know Before You Go
Visiting the desert is easy. Iran Destination offers a variety of Desert Tour to help you to explore the site as easy as possible. By contact to our experienced and skilled tour operators, we’d help you to visit the remote desert given to your budget and time. Don’t hesitate to contact us!