Best plains and hills and forests and islands in Iran

Khalidnabi plain and hill of Golestan

The Khalid Nabi hills and Cemetery as Natural-Historical Tourist Attraction, have transformed it into something that is not like the erath. The cemetery near the shrine of Khalid Nabi is believed to be the most mysterious cemetery in Iran and is known for its strange grave.

Hara forest forest and island of Qeshm-hormuz

Hara Forest: The magical bond between water and salt and life. Hara Forest is one of the forests that transforms your perception of conventional forest and water concepts. Hara Forest is a unique ecosystem located directly in the tidal zone.

golestan national park Forest

Golestan National Park as Natural Tourist Attraction is the oldest national park in Iran and one of the oldest national parks in the world. Golestan Forest, another name of the Golestan National Park, has been listed as one of the best and also fifty ecosystems in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1354, which is geographically located in the east of the Golestan province as well as west of the North Khorasan province. Which is one of the oldest and best national parks that has been registered, so it is one of the most valuable regions in Iran.

Martian mountains plain and hill of Sistan baluchestan

Did you know you can see the face of Mars on Iran? Just tilt your way to the Chabahar Martian Mountains as Natural Tourist Attraction; a strange and wonderful place that invites you to a space trip. These mountains, which are also known as miniature mountains, are considered to be Chabahar sights The wonders of these mountains will increase when on the other side of the road you will have a view of the sea of Oman with a blue heaven above it and in the Martian Mountains at night, you can simultaneously observe fourteen constellations.

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Forests, Plains and Hills of Iran

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National parks of Iran

National parks of Iran; National parks are a safe habitat for the life of many animal and plant species to preserve ecological processes and life systems, preserve watersheds, protect genetic diversity, preserve wildlife habitats, plant habitats, especially Rare plant and animal species, conservation of biodiversity in aquatic and terrestrial environments, conservation of natural heritage are protected and human intervention is not permitted.

According to the definition given by the Environmental Protection Agency: "The national park is a range of natural resources of the country, including forests, grasslands, natural gardens, forest lands, plains, water and mountains, which represent prominent examples of manifestations It is natural to be protected in order to preserve its natural condition, as well as to create a suitable environment for the propagation and cultivation of wild animals and the growth of herbs in completely natural conditions. "

 Forests of Iran

Iran's forests are mainly located in the northern regions of the country and south of the Caspian Sea. The climate of Iran's forests is usually moderate and somewhat sultry. Iran's forests, which have a great diversity of plant species and animals, start from the eastern province of Ardebil and continue to the northern Khorasan province, along with the Gilan and Mazandaran provinces.

Iran's forests have a total of 3 million and 400 thousand hectares from the country, most of them in the northern slopes of the Alborz Mountains and Caspian Sea Provinces, with Golestan province having about 91 895 hectares The breadth is one of the most important and valuable industrial forests in the country. In general, Iranian forests are divided into two groups of forest; The northern forests and the forests outside the north.

North forests:

The northern forests or hircanic forests belonging to the third era of geological geology, with an area of about 1 million and 84 hectares, comprise the northern part of the Alborz Mountains of Arasbaran and Astara in the province of Gilan and up to a Golidaq. One of the most important forests in the north is Golestan National Park.

Dry forest area

Dryland forests are divided into two Iranian-Turanian and Gulf-Omani regions. The Iranian-Turan forest zone is Iran's largest forested area, which includes southern slopes of the Alborz, northeastern, eastern, part of the southeast and central regions.

Semi-dry forest area

The semi-dry forests, mostly located in the adjacent to the rivers and streams of water, start from the Zagros Mountains in Sardasht, West Azerbaijan, and continue to the Kazeroon of Fars. This forest actually covers parts of West Azerbaijan, Kurdistan, Kermanshah, Ilam, Lorestan, Chaharmahal Bakhtiari, Kohgiluyeh and Boyerahmad, Fars, Khuzestan and also southern Alborz highlands, Sometimes it is densely forested and sometimes shrubs with dry pastures can be seen.