Chahkuh Ravine or Chahkuh Valley is one of the impressive natural attractions of the Qeshm island, the greats island in the Persian Gulf.
This valley has approximately 100 m (328 f) depth and is formed from sedimentary rocks and is a section of Qeshm GeoPark.
Fresh water is always a vital substance for the people of the arid island. The place is named as Chahkuh, literally meaning Wells, which four wells were dug in it.
The erosion has shaped splendid scenes of sedimentary rocks and amazing corridors, tunnels and holes catch the tourist all around the world.
This natural feature is formed on an integrated huge rock and is shaped a cross, at first it is wide but going alongside the ravine became narrow and strait.
Photo Credits: Abdolqader Daryanavard