Hara (mangrove) is a tree or shrub which grows in tidal, chiefly tropical, coastal swamps, having numerous tangled roots that grow above ground and form dense thickets
Hara Forests are wonderful and one of the most naturally virgin and beautiful regions in Chabahar and they are located in the distance of 100 kilometers from the city and after Brice Port. Thanks to their astonishing greenness, a unique spectacle is endowed upon Gwadar bay by it. Hara forest is a marine jungle with pure aboriginal and unified trees that can thrive without relying on fresh water and as mangroves are survivors, with their roots submerged in water, the trees thrive in hot, muddy and salty conditions that would quickly ̣kill most plants.
Not only do mangroves manage to survive in challenging conditions, the mangrove ecosystem also supports an incredible diversity of creatures—including some species unique to mangrove forests. In fall, while passing through its labyrinthine ways, you will surely be amazed and behold crawling fish, rare species of birds like the fisher eagle, pelicans, and flamingos.