Baraabak Thermal Spring (Barabak Hot Spring) is located to the north of the Taftan Mountains and within a distance of 14 km. from the Sangan Village (near khaash in Sistan va Balouchestan Province). As with all the other springs in this vicinity, the ...
One of the most spectacular natural sites on Qeshm Island, features a series of majestic gorges and canyons that were formed over centuries by erosion. Wandering amid the valley is a magical experience – it's like stepping into a Salvador Dalí painting.
Dome of Soltaniyeh (Gonbad-e Soltanieh) lies south west of the Cohan Dej (Royal citadel). It was constructed during the reign of Soltan Mohammad Khoda Bandeh (Muhammad Khodabandeh, Öljaitü, Oljaito) in the years 704-712 AH.
This structure ...
Namak lake (Salt Lake) is in actual fact a part of the salt desert of Iran and is located to the east of Qom. It is a section of an ancient lake, currently dried up and rich in mineral sedimentation due to gradual evaporation. This salt desert lies amidst ...
The Lut Desert (Dasht-e Lut) is a large salt desert located in the provinces of Kerman and Sistan and Baluchestan. It is the world's 27th-largest desert, and was inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
Many people travel to Iran to visit ample spaces of prehistorical, ancient, and Islamic sites. Of course, it’s a great motivation to visit a country, another trump card is its pristine, natural landscapes.
In southwest Iran is situated Susa, a captivating UNESCO-listed archaeological site occupying the whole southern flank of modern Shush. Originally similar in scale to the UNESCO-designated Persepolis, the city saw countless invasions and sackings during its history which spans almost 6000 years.
A selection of craftspeople, travel insiders, and exhibitors from Sistan and Baluchestan are getting prepared to promote the southeastern Iranian province at the Expo 2020 Dubai, which is currently underway in the UAE.
let the kindness and spirit of the people draw you in! Iranian are some of the most genuinely hospitable people youve ever met. They never want anything in return, they just want to show you a good time and hope that you'll spread the word back home that Iran is a safe place to visit. Read More