West Azerbaijan Province in northwestern Iran has nearly all the makings of a major natural tourist destination.
The first round of an international fishing festival involving nine teams of foreign tourists was recently held in Lake Zrebar in Marivan in Iran’s western province of Kurdistan.
Zrebar Lake also known as Zeribar or Zrewar is a quiet and beautiful lake in western Iran. With its 3,000-acre area and special geographical location, the lake is home to various species of aquatics and birds.
Iran has the Caspian Sea on its northern boundaries and the Persian Gulf on its southern boundaries, and each of these coastlines has its own beauties.
Kalat is a beautiful city in the heart of mountains in the northeastern Iranian province of Khorasan Razavi.
Rageh Valley is one of the unique natural phenomena of the city of Rafsanjan in Kerman Province, southern Iran, and also one of the most famous tourist attractions of the province.
Shirz Canyon is an amazing valley at the heart of Kuhdasht County in Lorestan province, Western Iran.
The recent rainfall in the Iranian city of Isfahan has refreshed the dried-out river of Zayanderud, an iconic part of the historical city.
Lake Urmia in Iran’s West Azarbaijan province annually plays host to about 10,000 flamingos. However, in the migration seasons this number doubles and more of this species return to their habitat.
A number of Azerbaijan newts or Lake Urmia newts, a beautiful and rare type of salamander, have been observed and registered for the first time in Iran.