Damavand Mountain | The highest peak in Iran

Damavand Mountain is located in the central part of Alborz Mountain range, on the south of the Caspian Sea and is visible from Tehran, Qom and Varamin if the weather is not foggy or polluted. Damavand Mountain, with an altitude of 5671 meters, is a potentially active volcano, the highest peak in Iran and the highest volcano in Asia.

Ramsar | The bride of Iran’s cities

Located in the west of Mazandaran province, Ramsar, the bride of Iran’s cities, is one of the most beautiful attractions in the north of Iran.

Khaje Mountain | A marvelous mountain in the heart of a lake

Khaje Mountain is located 30 kilometers south of Zabol, in Sistan and Baluchistan Province and is flat-topped, with basalt stones.

Port of Siraf | An ancient and prosperous port

The Historic Port of Siraf (formerly known as Taheri Port) is located in central district of Kangan city in Bushehr province, and is one of the most astonishing sites in south of Iran.

Alisadr Cave | The world’s biggest water cave

Alisadr Cave is located in northwest of Hamedan, in Kaboudarahang province in a village by this name. This splendid natural phenomenon was listed in the UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2008, as the longest and the biggest water cave in the world.

Ganjnameh | A mixture of history and nature

Ganjnameh ancient inscriptions are located in 12 kilometers southwest of Hamedan. Dating back to Achaemenid Empire, this place contains both a historical and a natural tourist attraction site.

Darband | A popular neighborhood in Tehran

Darband is a former village close to Tajrish, Shemiran in north of Tehran and inside its metropolitan limits.

Bafgh Desert | A worth visit desert for sand lovers

Bafgh Desert is one of the most beautiful deserts in Iran. It is located in Yazd province, 10 kilometers away from Bafgh city. Having a surface area of about 750 square kilometers, it is considered to be one of Iran’s biggest deserts. In fact, it is not just one desert.

Shahdad Kaluts | Massive structures of sand

Located in Kerman province and 40 kilometers away from the historical city of Shahdad, Shahdad Kaluts are one of the most extraordinary natural phenomena.