Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran are home to various species surviving millions of years.
The pristine nature of Meshe-Sui Hot Spring in north-western Iran attracts many tourists every year.
The surface of water at Choghakhor wetland in south-western Iran is frozen during cold winter days.
The Hara Forests in Qeshm Island are an important ecological resource, as well as a main tourist attraction of southern Iran.
Naz Island is the only place tourists can wade on foot or by car one km into the Persian Gulf waters.
Chahardangeh region in northern Iran has unique beauties throughout all four seasons, especially winter.
There are 366 wells forming Tala Water wells, equal to the number of days in a leap year; each day people used the water of one well.
Namakdan Salt Cave is a main tourist attraction of Qeshm Island. Its high quality salt, rich in magnesium, that can be used for medical purposes.
Qeshm is an Iranian island in the Persian Gulf with many natural, cultural and tourist attractions. The island is considered a tourist hub which has the capacity to absorb more domestic and foreign travellers.
Persepolis and Pasargadae, two prominent monuments of ancient Persia, have been covered with snow during the cold winter days of Fars province, southern Iran.