About million of years ago, Persian Gulf was considered one of the largest water body incorporating a large area of the Arabian Peninsula in south and Iran in the west. With the ever increasing temperature of the world and the results of global warming led to the evaporation of water and the shores of the sea retreated, a vast quantity of salt was left behind. As the rainwater washed away the major quantity of sediments, mud and stones from the mountains and got accumulated heavily on the chunks of salt.
These salt formations can be found in south, south west, central areas of Iran. but if you are looking for the best of the glaciers view you can probably visit Zagros mountain that is found on the Persian gulf. Do you know how Zagros mountain was formed?
The Zagros mountain was formed when the Arabian plate collided with the Eurasian plate leaving loads of ridges and faults.