Iran’s Colourful Mountains, locally known as Ala Daghlar, are located 25 km to the northeast of Tabriz in the country’s northwest.
A number of Iranian researchers are trying to reproduce the endangered species Asiatic cheetah using a substitute womb.
Anzali Lagoon in Iran’s northern port city of Bandar Anzali annually attracts thousands of tourists visiting its beautiful Indian lotus flowers in summer.
Sistan and Baluchestan Province is one of the 31 provinces of Iran and the second largest one. Located in the southeast of the country, it is home to beautiful natural attractions.
Playing with Iranian predatory birds is among the most popular entertainments among Arab sheikhs, costing them millions of dollars.
Iran’s southern waters are the habitat of rare species of giant aquatic mammals, some of which are on the verge of extinction mainly due to their mass suicides.
Kal Sardar Canyon in the eastern Iranian province of South Khorasan in the heart of desert is among the country’s astonishing natural tourist attractions and home to an exceptional phenomenon where one can experience a 10-degree difference in water temperature in the same river basin.
A male Persian leopard that had migrated to Portugal will be transferred back to Iran for mating, according to a zoo official in Tehran.
A gigantic Bryde's whale weighing nearly 10 tonnes has been found washed ashore on the coasts of Shibkooh in Bandar Lengeh, southern Iran, an environment official announced.
The Perseids meteor shower, an annual event that peaks around mid-August, is regarded as one of the brightest and most visible meteor showers.