- For adjacent Pakistani region, see Balochistan.
Baluchistan is the southeasternmost region of Iran, along the country's border with Pakistan.
The native language of the region, Baluchi, related to ancient Persian (Avestan), is spoken in western, southern, and eastern parts of the region. As in the rest of Iran, Persian is also useful.
- Shahr-I Sokhta — the ruins of a city abandoned around 1800BC, this archaeological site was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2014.
- Guel Afshan- a well that spews mud to the air
- Lut Desert, partially located in Sistan and Baluchestan, the rest in Kerman is a world heritage listed salt desert.