Kaveh Behbad is one of the Kerman Province of Kerman province, which is bounded north with Kavir Saghand, from the east by Kavir Lut and the Naibandan Wildlife Refuge and the western part of the city with Bafgh. East Beor Behbad along with its adjacent area, Najbandan is one of the most sought after deserts in Iran.
The general shape of the Behbad area is drawn in two parallel elevations along the northwest - southeast, and its highest elevation is in the asphyxes (5.5 km south of jafarabad and the common border of Kerman) with a height of 3069 metro, its lowest point with altitude 1045 meters in the outlet of the salt river.
In terms of erosion, the rocks of the south, southwest and west regions are more vulnerable to erosion and weathering, which has led to high altitudes, which is the main source of nutrition in the groundwater table of the region.
In contrast to the eastern and western heights, due to their low contrast to erosion, they have lower altitudes, more often in the form of hills and low mountains, whose precipitation is much lower and does not play a role in feeding groundwater.