Chabahar Port is a seaport in Chahbahar in southeastern Iran. Its location lies in the Gulf of Oman.
Chabahar Port is the one and only Iranian port with direct access to the ocean. It lies in the Gulf of Oman. It is a seaport in South-Eastern Iran. It is the only Iranian port with direct access to the ocean. In the 1990’s under the Ashgabhat agreement, India partially built the port with the intention of providing access to the Central Asian region and Afghanistan, bypassing Pakistan. A series of agreements were signed by the Indian Prime Minister and his counterpart, the President of Iran in May 2016 in Teheran for developing the Chabahar port. This move was initiated to promote exports to Iran and also possibility of connectivity to the Central Asian region and Afghanistan.