Garmeh village is probably the most beautiful and diverse tourist attraction in the desert villages of Iran. This village is one of the most famous desert villages for foreign tourists too and is introduced in the book Lonely Planet.
Maziar Al-Dawood eco-tourism residence is called Atashuni House in Garmeh village. In fact, the growth of tourism in this village and other villages of Khour and Biabank is due to the efforts of Maziar Al-Dawood for many years, who turned his father’s house into an eco lodge and welcomed tourists, especially foreign tourists in this area.
An ancient and historical Sassanid castle is located near the Atashuni House in Garmeh village.
A pond with beautiful reeds and groves around the village has created a beautiful and pleasant natural environment for this village. Most importantly is a spring that originates from the foot of a red-walled mountain near the village. Tourists sit around the spring and put their feet in the water so that the small fish in the spring can peck at their feet.