The salt desert is located in the city of Babak, 16 km south of Shahrbabak, in the area of the village of Kebaran, Kerman province. Interestingly, it is interesting to note that in 2 km away, fresh water and gourava make a difference for tourists. It seems that the lake is a continuous bursa of Sirjan salt. The height of the desert is about 1754 m above sea level and has a northern southern plain. The length of the desert is about 4 km and its width is at most 1.5 km. Due to the presence of a natural wall on the east side of the desert, seasonal flood and inbound spas from the north and south of the desert are gathered in this place and due to the salinity of the upper soils, it has handed desert and salt to the area. From the high elevations of this area, the Klaqun Mountain is 8 km northeast and seven mountains 16 km east of it.