Welcome to Iran, “the heart of historical, cultural and civilization in Middle east”. We invite you to travel to Iran that see the best historical and natural attractions. In addition, you will experience living with indigenous people and communities and will apperceive Iranian hospitality. Indeed, it is the greatest and unforgettable experience travelling to Iran.
So, we suggest you that accompany with us to show you the best of Iran from North to South and from West to East. We have wide variety of tours for you with the best price and best services.
Iran has 1648000 square kilometers that is vast land. Iran is located in south west of Asia and its neighbors are Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, and Armenia in north, Afghanistan and Pakistan in east and Turkey and Iraq in west. The south of Iran boundary is surrounded by Persian Gulf and Oman Sea. Its capital is Tehran that is largest city. The Geography of Iran contains mountains, rivers as well as plain land that dominated by the Alborz Mountains to the north, and the Zagros Mountains to the west. The center of Iran consists of several closed basins that collectively are referred to as the Central Plateau. The eastern part of the plateau is covered by two salt deserts, the Dasht-e Kavir and the Dasht-e Lut. Except for some scattered oases, these deserts are uninhabited.
Iran has a variable climate. In the northwest, winters are cold with heavy snowfall and subfreezing temperatures during December and January. Spring and fall are relatively mild, while summers are dry and hot. In the south, winters are mild and the summers are very hot, having average daily temperatures in July exceeding 38° C. On the Khuzestan plain, summer heat is accompanied by high humidity.
The longest river and the only navigable waterway in Iran is called Karun. It flows out of the central Zagros range, traverses the Khuzestan plain, and joins the Shatt al-Arab before the latter discharges into the Persian Gulf.
There is a permanent salt lake, Lake Urmia (the traditional name, also cited as Lake Urmiyeh, to which it has reverted after being called Lake Rezaiyeh under Mohammad Reza Shah), in the northwest, whose brine content is too high to support fish or most other forms of aquatic life.The most important islands of the Persian Gulf on the Iranian side are: Minoo, Kharg, Sheikh Saas, Sheikh Sho’ayb, Hendurabi, Kish, Farur, Sirri, Abu Mussa, the Greater and Lesser Tunb Qeshm, Hengam, Larak, Farsi, Hormuz, Lavan, The notable ports on the Persian Gulf coast are: Abadan, Khorramshahr, Bandar Iman Khomeini, Mahshahr, Deilam, Gonaveh, Rig, Bushehr, Bandar Lengeh, Bandar Abbas.
The official religion of the Iranian is Islam. The other religion that recognized in Iran include: Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians.