Best Natural Tourist Destinations in Iran
To visit or not to visit, that’s the question!
Traveling to an unknown country, as wide as Iran, and choosing the breathtaking places to see during your visit can be slightly hard. Indeed the county is full of wonders, but if you are visiting Iran for the first time, you should absolutely see the bests of the bests.
Just scroll the mouse to find the best tourist destinations in Iran from the North to the South and West to the East.
Go beyond the clouds to touch the light of the heaven and hear the sound of the Gods. This dreamy village is located on the highs of Alboz rage, in North of Tehran. With an altitude more than 2,300 meters above sea level, filband is the roof of Mazandaran. The flow of the clouds in all around its land make you walk among the sky. The silence of the village in combination with its landscape is magical and makes unforgettable moments for everyone. The name in local language means frustration and tiredness, suggesting that it is so hard to get to the village due to its location. But we promise you after seeing such a sight, not only will you not be frustrated, but will feel the life.
Shushtar, historical hydraulic system, inscribed as a masterpiece of creative genius, can be traced back to Darius the Great in the 5th century B.C. this place is located in shushtar city, in the north of Khuzestan province, southwest of Iran. This system has been registered in UNESCO’s list as a tangible cultural heritage site in 2009. In the Sassanian dynasty era, this place was an island city on Karun river and selected to become the summer capital. The river was channeled to form a moat around the city, while bridges and main gates into Shushtar were built to the east, west, and south. What amaze you is that after centuries, parts of this hydraulic system are still working. This historical place alongside its old houses in really worthy to visit.
Home of dolphins, this beautiful island is located in south of Qeshm Island, Iran, in the Persian Gulf. After a journey in Persian Gulf and racing with the dolphins, you will find your-self in a little pristine island that is made of shiny silver beaches. Its crystal water is a real temptation to swim with fishes. Along with enjoying the pristine scenery of this amazing island, you can experience indigenous life in tropical Iran.
An adventure through rolling hills in a lost paradise, Olasbelangah is located in Gilan province in the north of Iran. The mountain topped with green valleys and packed forests as far as the eyes could see. The area has many pastures and houses are mostly made of wood. Memorable experiences are olasbelangah’s souvenir. the area is amazing in all the seasons, but summer and spring is the best time to visit.
kandovan is an ancient village in in the central district of Osku Country, East Azerbaijan province, northwest Iran. A rocky ancient village in the heart of foothills of Alborz range. This historical village dates back about 8 centuries and is the only inhabited cliff village in the word. Kandovan is formed hundreds years ago by volcano eruption affect in Mount Sahand in Azerbaijan. Cliffs have shaped hive cells that are the home of natives. This beautiful architectural village in one of the most turist attractions in Iran and has a lot of visitors every year.
A lovely village in the heart of tabas desert. It is located south Khorasan provins, Iran. Due to an earthquake in 1978, the old village destroyed but another village was founded near it. Unfortunately, the village is now empty and has few inhabitants, but it is still one of the tourist attractions of Iran.
Chabahar Gulf is one of the biggest gulfs in Iran, near Oman Sea. It is located in Sistan and Baluchetan Province, Iran. This free zone city is full on wonders that are unknown, even for Iranian people. It has so many exceptional historical sights, wonderful post and amazing nature. Chabahar charmmig beaches, its colorful mountains and friendly people will catch every viewer’s heat.
An spectacular mountainous district, another historical village in the Kurdistan Province, Iran. This village has a thousand year old history too. The houses are constructed with dry-stone method. They are arranged such that the roof of one house is the courtyard of the other. As the village is built in the heart of the mountain, it has a dreamlike view of a lush valley. The village architecture, weather and its pristine nature is ideal for a relaxing holiday.