Iran's nature fascinates you
Iran; The Land of Four Seasons
Various climates and geography of Iran make this place an ideal for environment-lovers to study the unique characteristics this land has to offer. Iran is located in the heart of the Middle East, bordering the European countries from the west and north-west, the vast regions of Asia, including south and Southeast Asia, from the east, Central Asia from the north and African and the Arab states of the Persian Gulf from the south.

Have you ever visited Iran
If you are going to planning to travel to Iran and you have never been to this beautiful paradise, this information will help you a lot. The friendliest country on earth is welcoming you.  Iran is the jewel in the crown of Islam where you can see a combining of glorious Iranian-Islamic architecture with a warm welcome and taste of history.

On the roads in Iran

On the roads in Iran
A Quick Glance at Hidden Gems
What do you recall when you hear the name Iran or Persia? At first, the names may conjure up images of colorful Persian rugs, adorable Persian cats, or even seductive Persian eyes. If the readers are a bit familiar with the history and culture of the Near East, they might think of cities such as Shiraz or Isfahan, and historical attractions like Persepolis and Pasargad (tomb of Cyrus the Great, founder of the Achaemenid dynasty). While the above mentioned are commonly associated with Iran, the main goal of this article is to focus on some of the lesser-known attractions of Iran.

Seljuk Minarets of Esfahan, Decorated City Guides

Seljuk Minarets of Esfahan, Decorated City Guides
Minarets were used as observation posts or watchtowers and guided desert caravans towards the cities both in pre-Islamic as well as the post-Islamic periods. Nowadays they stand high and proud in the cities and their outskirts. They are of great significance both architecturally, and with their brick ornamentations, aesthetically.

Zanjan Province, The Land of wonders

Zanjan Province The Land of wonders
The Province of Zanjan is divided into mountains and fertile plains. This province has a mountainous climate characterized by cold snowy weather in the mountains and moderate climate on plains in the winter. In summer the weather is warm. The highest mountain summit is Takht-e-Soleyman Peak (about 3000 m) and Qezeloozoon Rood, Zanjan Rood, and AbharRood are the important rivers in the region along with several hot springs.

List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Iran

List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Iran
The World Heritage sites of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) are places of importance for cultural or natural heritage as described in the UNESCO World Heritage Convention, established in 1972 Iran accepted the convention on February 26, 1975, making its historic sites eligible for inclusion on the list. As of 2019, twenty-four sites in Iran are included.

The Semnan charms enchant you

The Semnan charms enchant you
Semnan Province lies at the southern foothills of Alborz Mountain Range but as we move towards south the elevated mountains dwindle into hills and flat plains. However, the lofty mountainous regions are covered by dense jungles and green plains and many springs and rivers which have made it a recreational spot in the country. The climate in mountain peaks is cold, moderate at the foothills and warm in the desert plains.

The Persian Qanat

The Persian Qanat
Throughout the arid regions of Iran, agricultural and permanent settlements are supported by the ancient qanat system of tapping alluvial aquifers at the heads of valleys and conducting the water along underground tunnels by gravity, often over many kilometers. The eleven qanats representing this system include rest areas for workers, water reservoirs, and watermills.

A historical Paradise in the north of Iran

A historical Paradise in the north of Iran
Golestan Province is located northeast of Iran, bordering Turkmenistan to the north. Part of the Alborz Mountain Range stretches to Golestan from south and east. Kahkeshan Peak (3318m) is the highest mountain in the region. Golestan National Park preserves rare collection of wildlife, 1350 herbal species and 302 animal species including Iranian mammals, are being protected there. The Mirza Bayloo Museum of Natural History was built east of Golestan National Park in 1983.

Mazandaran Province: An Earthly Paradise In North Of Iran

Mazandaran Province: An Earthly Paradise In North Of Iran
Mazandaran Province at the southern shores of the Caspian Sea, the biggest lake on earth, thanks ample jungles, green pastures and meadows and over a hundred species of rare plants enjoys diverse climates. The Alborz Mountain Range stands like a lofty wall between the south of the country and the Caspian Sea and Mazandaran. Mazandaran is divided into mountainous regions at south and jungle-covered flatlands at the north.

Adventure Tour

Iran is one of the largest countries in the Middle East. Its landscape is diverse, comprising desert, rivers, plateaus, valleys, jungles, and mountain including the Middle East’s highest peak, Mt Damavand (5167m). Iran with this variety of natural wonders is the paradise of Eco-traveler. You can climb mountains, rafting in the roaring rivers, stay at the villages, cook with locals and walk in different parts of Iran freely. Discover Iran's unique nature with our professional tours.

Cultural Tours

Thousands years of brilliant historical records, rare historical monuments, more than 1/000/000 historical sites and attractions to discover, deep ancient civilizations, sides and impressive cultural aspects, while embracing one of the most unique nations in the world; are some of the main elements that formed the cultural and historical concept of the ancient territory of the Persians, known as IRAN. Discover the land of histories and legends with our comprehensive tours.

MICE Tours

Iran has very different cultural characteristics as: social, historical, natural and... These different characteristics in a wide plateau create different models of trip plans. You can prepare your favorite tour by combining several of these features or use our offered tours.

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