The village of Darak in Iran’s southeastern Sistan and Baluchestan province has one of the most beautiful coasts of the country and even the world.
The 700-hectare lake of Lapoo in the west of Miankaleh Wetland, northern Iran, which had become an abandoned place due to lack of migratory birds, once again is revived with the arrival of the first group of singing swans.
Meighan wetland is located 15 km north-east of Arak in central Iran. It is about 1,700 metres above the sea level and is considered the most important home of migrant birds in Iran.
Iran is one of the few countries in the world where one can simultaneously observe all the four seasons of the year. The land, every inch of which needs to be watched carefully, is quite attractive in autumn.
Qom Salt Rock, located 15 kilometres from the city of Qom in the southwest of the Iranian capital, Tehran, is one of the most beautiful natural attractions of Qom province.
Autumn snow has blanketed the city of Tabriz in East Azarbaijan Province, northwest of Iran.
Badab Soort Springs in Orost village in Mazandaran Province, northern Iran, are two terraced mystery springs whose waters are completely different in terms of colour, smell and taste.
Each year during the cold season, migratory birds choose one of the equatorial rivers or lagoons to spend the season. Iran annually hosts thousands of these birds.
Iranian researcher Amir Aghakouchak, a winner of American Geophysical Union’s prestigious Hydrology award, says he has discovered underground water resources in Lut Desert, the earth’s hottest place.
Ganjnameh waterfall, located in Iran’s western city of Hamadan, is one of the most famous and attractive waterfalls of the country which becomes more beautiful when frozen in the winter.