Nature in Iran
Nature in Iran is a must. If mosques and ancient ruins aren’t enough to satisfy a sightseeing tour, Iran’s varied and dramatic landscapes offer the demanding traveler a wealth of awe inspiring, natural palaces to discover. From mountains to deserts, to forests and caves, the amazing nature in Iran is breathtaking. Here we review some of the most beautiful natural wonders in Iran to inform you more about nature in Iran.
Abarkuh Cypress or Sarv e-Abarkuh is the third oldest tree in the world. The Cypress’s location is in Abarkuh in Yazd province, the most famous attraction of Abarkuh. The point is that some scholars estimate that Sarv is about 4500 years old.
Hormoz Island is an Iranian islands with the location of strait of Hormoz. It is a part of Hormozgan province. It is 8 km off the Iran coast. The highest point of Hormoz Island is about 186 meters from sea level. The area land is about 42 km2.
Anzali Lagoon, or in other names such as Anzali Mordab, Anzali Bay, with the location of northwest of Iran is in Gilan Province. The Lagoon divides Anzali harbor in two parts. Lagoon is approximately about 20 thousand hectares, and it creates one of the best water landscapes in Iran.
Damavand Mountain is the highest peak not only in Iran, but also in the Middle East. It is 5671 meters high. Damavand Mountain is volcanic and specialists announce Damavand Mountain as the second highest volcanic mount in the Asia after Kunlun Volcanic Group in Tibet.
Badab-e Surt Watching the painting of God on earth…! Wherever in the world you are and whatever the nature interests you, travel to Badab-e surt, to visit glorious scenery of springs and mountains. For geology enthusiasts, a range of stepped travertine terrace formations, the curious rock formations are charming.
Lut desert or Dasht-e Lut is a large salt, emptiness plain, vast area covered with sandy hills with a complex and deceitful face that its location is in the southeast of Iran, between the provinces of kerman and Sistan and Baluchistan, Iran. It is the world’s 27th-largest desert, and inscribed