Ezmighan village is located 35 km north of Tabas and at the foot of a mountain range that stretches from north to south in the eastern part of Tabas.
Ezmighan village has a permanent water stream and therefore there is no shortage of agricultural water, which is why rice cultivation has become common in this desert region, and rice paddies among the palm trees have created a beautiful view. Citrus and summer crops are also grown around this village. All this has caused us to see the trees and products of hot and cold together in the village of Ezmighan.
In the middle of the village, natural and artificial ponds of water and reeds and palm trees and paddy fields give us beautiful views.
Along the water stream above the village of Ezmighan, we reach a relatively large farmland, adjacent to a vertical wall of mountain hills in which cave-like cavities have long been dug. This area is called Khanik.
Continuing the route, we reach beautiful ponds at the foot of the rock cliffs that are the source of this small river. The water of the ponds is very clear and also there are many small fish in them. These so-called Doctor Fish gather around your feet and peck at your feet and provide you with a natural and pleasant massage.The beautiful bedrock basin of this area with clear and transparent water is very suitable for swimming. This place is also known as the bridal bed (Takht-e Aroos).
The access route to Ezmighan village is through Tabas road to Boshrouyeh.
Google map link of Ezmighan village