You don’t even need to look for it. If you name the tree in front of any Baluchi people, they will help you how you find the tree. It is located in Ramin village in the road to Gwadar bay.
Anjir-e Ma’abed is an ancient tree that is commonly planted near the temples in India. The tree is also called ‘Makr-e zan’ (trickery of women)’ and has a big expanded crown whereby many unwanted roots derivate from. The bark of this tree is smooth, gray, and leaves are large oval and simple. The fruit of this tree is similar to fig but smaller and red. Local people use the fruit there.
The branches of this tree when tough the land they become separate trees in such a way that the thickness of the origin tree goes beyond tens of meters. The Anjir-e Ma’abed tree of Chabahar is located in a village called Ramin and during the holidays especially new-year holiday it is a center of visit by tourist. Sacred fig tree can also be seen in other cities such as Konarak, or villages such as Tis, and Kahir. Visiting this tree give an amazing feeling to the observers.