Tip no. 5
When is the best time to travel to Iran?
Many people from other countries considered Iran as a vast sunny desert. Good news for Heliophile type of people is, Iran has two main desert and several cities are built in the vicinity of those deserts. Therefore, they have sunny hot days with chilly nights. Those who love desert trekking and safaris can find their paradise in the central desert of Iran, the south and southeast. The best time to visit deserts is autumn and early spring due to boiling hot summers and freezing winters. Visiting south and southeast is possible in winter as well.
That’s not the whole story. Iran is a four-season country with a wide range of climate conditions. For those Chionophiles who love visiting cold snowy places or go skiing, we offer Tehran ski resorts, the west and the northwest of Iran. Skiing and other winter sports obviously are possible in winter but even in summer days, you would enjoy the cold breeze of those places.
In addition, the west part of Iran has a mountainous climate with freezing cold winters. The best time to visit west part (Kermanshah, Yasouj, Shahr-e Kord, Sanandaj, Hamedan, and Lorestan) and their tourist sites is spring and summer.
There is even more. In case you enjoy a humid climate, you can visit the north of Iran include Mazandaran, Gilan and Golestan provinces. Moreover, Persian Gulf islands like Kish and Qeshm has sultry weather with great beach recreations. The best time to travel there is autumn, winter, and early spring.
To sum up, high seasons for Iran include early spring and autumn in order to visit the most famous cities, but in terms of being more adventurous, you can visit Iran on other seasons and explore more untouched areas with great climate.