Chabahar is one of the southeast cities of Sistan and Baluchestan province of Iran and it is the only oceanic port located on the coast of the Gulf of Oman and the Indian Ocean. The harbor has the capability of Mooring ocean-going vessels and is a free-trade zone in Iran.
Chabahar port is very important due to its strategic location, which is the closest way to access the international waters for the Central Asian countries (Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan), and there is a lot of construction and investment; Including the construction of the docks and increasing the loading capacity of ocean vessels (in the Chabahar Gulf), the construction of railroads to Central Asia and also an international airport. This port is one of the most important crossroads of the North-South corridor of global commerce.
In addition to its commercial location, Chabahar has many historical and natural attractions. The climate of the city and its surroundings is always springy and temperate, and therefore it is called Chabahar (Four-Spring). Chabahar is the capital city of Chabahar, located at the end of southeastern of Iran, next to the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
The port of Chabahar has an area of 11 square kilometers at a height of 7 meters above sea level.
The Chabahar port is geographically located along the Miami port of the Florida Peninsula, with weather conditions quite similar to Miami. Chabahar is located 2286 km from Tehran. Its distance to Zahedan is 721 km and the port of Karachi is 900 km.
Chabahar has a moderate tropical climate with relative humidity. This is the warmest part of the country in the winter and the coolest southern port of Iran in the summer. The average of maximum temperature (in June) over a 7 year period is 31 ° C, the average of minimum temperature (in January) is 19 ° C, and the average temperature during the year is 26 ° C. The minimum relative humidity is 60% and the relative humidity is 70%. The average annual rainfall is less than 200 mm per year, which is 64% in the winter.
In general, the climate of Chabahar has the slightest changes in the four seasons of the year, and the humidity level rises only in two months of the year (May and June).