During your travel to Iran, you will find a completely different area in the north of Iran. Humid weather of this region has led to the creation of a stounding nature that surprises tourists.
Due to the presence of Alborz mountain range, which surrounds the northern cities in the form of a strip, many waterfalls, fountains and mountainous forests now exist in this area. The Caspian Sea shore is mutually divided between the provinces of Gilan, Mazandaran and Golestan; however, Mazandaran has the largest share of the sea. These three provinces are similar in terms of natural properties, and foggy forests and mountains are abundantly found in the outskirts of all of the cities of this region.
People of northern Iran have been farmers for many centuries. While Islam was recognized and expanded in north of Iran after two decades of being found in Iran, today the majority of inhabitants of these three provinces are Muslims. If you travel to Iran without a few days of travel to northern Iran, you will definitely miss remarkable landscapes and experiences. The weather of this region is almost similar to the weather of central Europe, which is appropriate for travel in most seasons.