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Iran Mountains – Peaks - SummitsAs the eighteenth largest country in the world has two main mountain chains of Zagrus and Alborz that Zagrus is the longest and greatest one.

In fact 1/2 of Iran is mountains. Iran Mountains are part of Alp and Himalaya Mountain chains.

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Iran Lakes and PondsIran is a country with combination of different natural attractions. You can visit magnificent desert and at the same time enjoy beautiful forests, Mountains or lakes. Iran is as the countries that has one of the largest lakes of world.i.e.Urmia.

 

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Iran Forest - Trees - WoodsMore than one-tenth of the country is forested. The most extensive growths are found on the mountain slopes rising from the Caspian Sea, with stands of oak, ash, elm, cypress, and other valuable trees. On the plateau proper, areas of scrub oak appear on the best-watered mountain slopes, and villagers cultivate orchards and grow the plane tree, poplar, willow, walnut, beech, maple, and mulberry.

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Iran Desert - Iran SaharaIran; the second largest country of Middle East, is the country of mountains and deserts.  In fact two-thirds of this country is mountains and deserts.

Having two important mountain ranges of Alborz and Zagrus cause to be introduced as one of the world's most mountainous countries that attracts many tourists and mountain climbers every year.

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Iran HydrologyIran's land surface covers 165 million hectares, more than half of which is uncultivable. A total of 11.5 million hectares is under cultivation at any time, of which 3.5 million hectares were irrigated in 1987, and the rest watered by rain. Only 10 percent of the country receives adequate rainfall for agriculture; most of this area is in western Iran. The water shortage is intensified by seasonal rainfalls. The rainy season occurs between October and March, leaving the land parched for the remainder of the year. Immense seasonal variations in flow characterize Iran's rivers. 

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Iran GeomorphologyIran consists of rugged, mountainous rims surrounding high interior basins. The main mountain chain is the Zagros Mountains, a series of parallel ridges interspersed with plains that bisect the country from northwest to southeast. Many peaks in the Zagros exceed 3,000 meters above sea level, and in the south-central region of the country there are at least five peaks that are over 4,000 meters. As the Zagros continue into southeastern Iran, the average elevation of the peaks declines dramatically to under 1,500 meters.

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Iran Flora – Plants and Flowers in IranMost of Iran is considered as the center of origin of many genetic resources of the world, including many of the original strains of commercially valuable plant species such as wheat, or medicinal and aromatic species. The southwest has some Afro-tropical features, while the southeast has some species from the Indo-Malayan sub-tropical realm.

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Iran Fauna - Wildlife of IranThe wetlands of Iran are globally significant. Large populations of migratory birds winter at these wetlands or use them on their way to and from wintering areas in Africa or the Indian Sub-continent. The marshes of the south Caspian lowlands in Iran's northwest are particularly important for over 20 species of ducks and geese while the mud flats of the Persian Gulf coast are of critical importance for shore birds, gulls and terns. A variety of marine mammals is observed in the southern waters of Iran.

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Iran Anthropology - People of IranIran has the population of about 70.5 people that is made up of numerous ethnic groups; in fact Iranians are of the people who are ethnically, religiously, and linguistically diverse. In the 7th century
Persians migrated from central Asia to Iran. They are the largest ethnic group of Iran who constitute of 51 % of Iran's population and speak varied Armenian, Turkic languages and Indo-Iranian.

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Iran CavesThe word “cave” refers to a natural underground hollow or passage that is formed when water runs through an area with enough force to dissolve or wear away rock.

A cave is a large hole that may be underground, in the side of a hill or mountain, or under a cliff.

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Our Popular Iran Tour Packages

  • Tours and Visa services for British Citizens
    Iran visa for British citizens, contrary to popular belief, is a rather painless and hassle free process. Tourism, trade and political relationship between Iran and Britain (despite all ups and downs) have existed for many centuries.
    Every year thousands of British citizens visit Iran. Iran tours for British citizens are high on demand and we cater a very good service to our British clientele.

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  • These villages have such a beautiful diversity that will make your trip to Iran a very memorable one. Most of these villages are registered by UNESCO and other UN organizations. The picturesque Abyaneh village has a new experience to offer its visitors. During this tour, you will also visit Bavanat, which has become an unofficial center of Iran’s eco-tourism.

    Tehran  Travel by Plane  Mashhad  Travel by Car  Shahrud  Travel by Car  Damghan  Travel by Car  Qazvin  Travel by Car  Zanjan  Travel by Car  Tabriz  Travel by Car  Kandovan

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  • Our desert tours offer the perfect blend of mystery, beauty, history, culture and star filled skies. From the narrow streets in the ancient Persian towns to the amazing sand dunes of the mosques and hidden oases. This desert tour will allow you to live a rewarding and a typical adventure; while enjoying amazing sceneries very different from each other... We invite you to join/book this desert tour in order to discover all the different facets of the Iranian desert.

    Tehran  Travel by Car  Damghan  Travel by Car  Jondaq  Travel by Car  Mesr Desert  Travel by Car  Yazd  Travel by Car  Shiraz  Travel by Plane  Tehran

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  • Arrival in Tehran, transfer to hotel, overnight Tehran. Half day city tour of Tehran to visit the Archaeological, Glass and Carpet museums, fly to Shiraz in the evening overnight Shiraz. Driving from hotel to Sepidan

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  • Iran’s religious sites don’t just appeal to the followers of Shiite Islam; the mixture of art, architecture and culture attracts visitors from all walks of life. Adding a visit to these holy shrines to your current itinerary familiarizes you with a more traditional and religious way of Iranian life and the post Islamic architecture will simply take your breath away. These tours can be arranged for the following cities

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  • Arrival at Shiraz International airport. Transfer and rest at hotel. We will start the city tour of Shiraz at 10:00 a.m. You will visit Zandiyeh & Vakil complex, Vakil Mosque, Bazar and public bath. We also visit the colorful Nasirolmolk mosque. Lunch at a traditional restaurant. In the afternoon we will visit another side of Shiraz, where you will see the tombs of great poets; Hafez and Sa’adi as well as Shah e Cheragh shrine. Overnight Shiraz.

    Shiraz  Travel by Car  Isfahan 

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  • Visiting the world’s first Christian country, along with one the most ancient civilizations appeals to many travelers, not to mention the historical & cultural ties between Iran and Armenia. Travelling in Iran and Armenia, you will get to know their cultures and traditions see historical monuments and learn how they have influenced each other throughout the millennia. In this tour, we have combined the better of the two worlds. From the poets of Shiraz and mosques of Isfahan to Cathedrals and museums of Armenia, they are all included in this itinerary.

    Tehran  Travel by Plane  Mashhad  Travel by Car  Shahrud  Travel by Car  Damghan  Travel by Car  Qazvin  Travel by Car  Zanjan  Travel by Car  Tabriz  Travel by Car  Kandovan

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  • Newest China Towns in the world: China towns of Iran.

    Sino-Iranian relations, refers to the historic diplomatic, cultural and economic relations between the cultures of China proper and Greater Iran, dating back to ancient times.These historical connections are still in place and business is blooming between Iran and China more than ever.

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