The Naiband protected area is located 320 km from Bushehr on the Persian Gulf shores at an altitude of 146 meters above sea level.
The region is hot and humid in summer, with temperatures rising to 47 degrees Centigrade. The average temperature in winter varies between 12 to 16 degrees and the region becomes pleasant. This vast, 22,500-hectare protected region is unique in terms of its ecosystem and its variety of wild life. The configuration of the protected area of Naiband is mostly hillocks which are surrounded by sea and plain.
The length of the region has been stretched parallel with the coastal strip and its height increases from the west to the south.
This region is composed of three distinguished sectors. Its western part includes a sandy plain which is nearly equal in surface to some limited sandy plains.
The middle part of the region possesses greater width and looks like wide and flat plains along with valleys in various depths.
This part is a secure and safe area for the local wild life. The eastern part of this region is made up of heights parallel with the sea coast and is in fact the highest part of this region.
Naiband protected area includes a unique collection of invaluable plans and animals and its diverse cliffy, sandy and coral coasts has created a beautiful ecosystem.
The shallow coral coast of this region is one of the most diverse coral reserves of the Persian Gulf.
The sea bed and wave currents in these coasts have created a proper atmosphere for sea creatures which stick to the surface of stones.
Gulf of Naiband in the northern coast of Naiband region with a space of 4130 hectares is one of the most invaluable habitats of the Persian Gulf.
The existence of a relative calm atmosphere and the crystal-clear water in this part of coastal waters has led to the expansion of coral collections and sea weeds in the sea bed and its adjacent waters.
The existence of various banks, Hara forests and brilliant, cliffy sandy coasts, old fig trees, flat plain in the northern part, deep cliffy valleys in this area has cast a special image to this region.
The existence of these interesting sceneries has provided the most proper place for implementation of coastal ecosystem projects which are dependent on the natural features of the region.
On the whole, Naiband protected area in addition to the gulf of Naiband and its adjacent lands with a space of more than 49,000 hectares are considered among Persian Gulf's unique coasts in terms of coastal sceneries.
Naiband region enjoys diverse and rich vegetation. Hera forests in Naiband's coasts are considered major vegetations which is being registered as a protected area.
Hara forests play an important role in linking sea and land creatures.
Naiband protected area has placed a collection of invaluable indigenous and local species of birds in itself.
Partridges and Teyhoo desert birds are among the indigenous birds of this region which is abundantly seen at the heights of Naiband.
From among the important mammals of this region is Jobair deer. This beautiful deer is considered as Iran's scarce animal species.
Its exclusive habitat is in Bushehr province and high plains of Naiband protected area.
The Gulf of Naiband and Naiband protected area, are exclusive and unique in all of Persian Gulf region.
This region is a proper place for nature enthusiast.