04/13/2017

Mazandaran

Mazandaran

Mazandaran

Mazandaran is a province in the southern coast of the Caspian Sea. Geographically, Mazandaran is divided into two different parts, a mountainous part and the coastal plain. The distance of these two parts is shorten toward the west where you can take a cabin car from the nearest part to the sea to the highest point of the mountain in the Ramsar City. You might experience the summer time at the coast shoreline, while the in the mountains road toward Tehran you encounter an absolutely cold climate. Visit the following places in the Mazandaran Province:

Ramsar Cable Car:

As we mentioned, the cable car cross a line between the shortest distance between the sea and the mountain. Up on the mountain, the weather is incredibly nice. What cannot be believed is the breathtaking view of the other side of the mountain, a mountain full of green trees, which the wind blow among them and make them move. Here, hotels can provide you a good night.

Badab-e Surt:

Marvelous! Spectacular view of Badab comprised of a range of stepped travertine terrace formations, formed out of a carbonate mountains. Among the people the water that blows out of the springs of Badab has a cure characteristics for the minerals in the water. Interestingly, the spring’s waters have different color, smell, and taste. While one of them is saline, the other one has a red sour water.

Namak Abrud:

a touristic village near Chalus, a city in the Mazandaran Province. There is an old and a new cable cars from toward the dense beautiful forests on the mountain. The views of colored roofs, landscapes, and the Caspian Sea make it one of the most attractive tourism spots of the north of Iran.

Damavand Mountain:

The highest peak of Iran and the highest potentially active volcano in Asia, the elevation is 5610 m. The mountain houses attractive animals such as wild Goats, red sheep, Syrian brown bear, Persian leopard, Caspian snowcock, and Golden eagle

Ramsar Palace:

A palace established by Reza Shah, in 1937, and then used by his son as a summer residence. There is lot’s of luxury staff in the building which now is used as a museum, and the structure is surrounded by a beautiful garden.

Miankaleh Peninsula:

A narrow long peninsula in the south eastern part of the Caspian Sea, the most richest ecology haven in the country. Numerous species lives in here such as wolfs, foxes, seals, and thousands of birds. There is beautiful landscapes as well as an international marsh known as the Miankaleh Marsh