Iran Travel and Tourism News
Iran urges ECO states to promote Silk Road tourism
Iran says the revival of the ancient Silk Road could boost tourism in the region.
Persian music, Nowruz make it into UN heritage list
Persian music and New Year traditions have been registered on UNESCO's List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Rare sighting of a coalition of Asiatic cheetahs
Right on cue to coincide with the single day dedicated to them, a coalition of 4 adult Asiatic cheetahs are sighted in Iran's Semnan Province.
Iran's 'Lilliputian village' partially restored
The second phase of restorations to the historically unique village of Makhunik in eastern Iran has been completed.
Plane crashes hit Iran's tourism industry
Scene of the Aria Air plane crash in Mashhad last Friday in which 17 people lost their lives. Tourists cancel trips to Iran as the number of plane...
Ardebil Hub of Health Tourism
Therapeutic springs and hot and cold spas have transformed Ardebil into the hub of water therapy and health tourism of Iran.
Iran's Lake Parishan dries up
As the threat of rising temperatures looms over the planet, Iran's largest freshwater lake dries up despite being under a UN conservation program.
Siraf finds confirm 'Persian Gulf' title's antiquity
The second phase of archeological excavations in the Iranian port city of Siraf yields new evidence confirming the antiquity of the Persian Gulf title.
Iran's Shooshtar waterfalls recognized by UNESCO
The ancient Shooshtar waterfalls in Iran's southern Khuzestan Province have been registered on the UNESCO 2009 World Heritage List.
Kelardasht: Glorious Nature
Located to the northwest of Tehran close to Caspian Sea, Kelardasht is one of the most popular destinations of ecotourists in Iran.