Chamomile flowers grow every year from early May to late June in Fandoqloo forest of Namin, northwestern Iran.
The flower garden of Isfahan can be a new experience for the tourists who mainly come to see the historical attractions of the city.
Special ceremonies are annually held in central Iran where rosewater is extracted and babies are rolled through rose petals to stay immune to disease.
Persian fallow deer is an endangered species which has been reproducing in the wildlife sanctuary of Dasht-e-Naz in northern Iran for more than 50 years.
The salt mines of Garmsar are an important natural resource and tourist attraction in Semnan province, central Iran.
Mother Nature certainly appreciates the opportunity provided by the coronavirus pandemic in this beautiful spring season, as weeks of lockdown protected it from human damages.
North Khorasan province in northeastern Iran has turned into a tourist destination thanks to its numerous attractions and mainly temperate, mountainous climate.
Full of stunning natural landscapes, Mughan Plain is located in Ardabil province, north-western Iran.
Mehrabkooh is the name of a mountain with interconnected soaring cliffs in Lorestan province, western Iran.
A village named Kondor located on the foothills of the Alborz Mountain Chain along the road connecting Tehran to Chalus is home to one of the biggest tulip farms of the country.