Deserts of Iran
Iran is situated in a high-altitude plateau surrounded by connected ranges of mountains. The well-known deserts of Iran are at two major regions:
1) Dasht-e-Kavir, and
They are both some of the most arid and maybe hottest areas of their kinds in the world.
Mountains of Iran
The whole area of Iran can be divided in to four parts: 1/2 mountains as one part, and 1/4 deserts and 1/4 fertile plains as the other part. There are two major ranges of mountains called the Alborz and the Zagros.
The Alborz have been extended all the way from Azerbaijan to Afghanistan passing through the southern part of the Caspian Sea.
The Zagros have covered a region from Azerbaijan to the west and SE of the country.
Rivers of Iran
There is a vastly extended network of rivers in Iran most of which seasonally are filled with water. Some permanent rivers run from the Alborz or the Zagros to the Caspian Sea, Persian Gulf and Oman Sea.
Some temporary rivers either run into a body of water or get dried before reaching any watershed.
Villages of Iran
List of tourist villages in Iran. Iran Villages are highly recommended to discover for tourists and visitors.
Waterfalls of Iran
List of Iran Waterfalls in description.
Iran Religious Places
For those interested in tourism intertwined with culture and civilization, Iran presents itself as a collection of tourism surprises.
Iran’s enchanting natural beauty in addition to its historical and cultural riches has made it a magical land for tourists. A landscape of gardens, palaces, castles, ancient villages, mausoleums, mosques, and markets, surrounded by lush prairies, amazing deserts, high peaks, and foaming rivers, represents Iran’s culture, arts, spirituality, history, and natural beauty.
Since Iran has been a land of religious people, special attention has naturally been paid to religious buildings where the powerful hands of Iranian architects and artists have created the most beautiful works of art.