Shazde Garden (Persian: Bāgh-e Shāzdeh) meaning Prince’s Garden is a historical Persian Garden and the greatest one in Iran, located near (6km away from) Mahan in Kerman province, Iran.    May 15th We bought Falude Kermani, an especially cool and sweet dessert made of semi-frozen syrup consisting of sugar and rose water, a bit different

The Rayen Citadel is the second largest brick building in the world and is located in the southwest of the city of Rayen on the Kerman-Bam road. It is a hilly area with a famous waterfall, which is about 20 minutes away from the citadel, and many people go to this area to see both

Ganjali Khan complex in Kerman has an area of 11,000 square meters and is located in the old city center. This historical complex includes Bazaar, square, bath, caravanserai, school and…   Ganjali Khan was one of the kings of Kerman in its colorful history, and the architect of this collection is Sultan Muhammad from the

In the western part of the Lut Desert, there is a mysterious desert with an area of ​​about 24,000 square kilometers is known as Shahdad. A beautiful desert, with an amazing view of the dawn and sunset you can only dream of. In 2005, NASA measured the air temperature in this area at around 70.7

Rageh Canyon, or as some of the locals used to call it “Valley of Death” is one of the natural attractions of Kerman province, 20 Km from the city of Rafsanjan. To get there, you need to go to Rafsanjan, either by a short flight or by train which has a stop 40 Km from

The Dareh Sakhti waterfalls are located 30 km from Kerman and in the northeast corner of Kafer Mountain, which is about 2,000 meters high and extends over eighty kilometers in the longest valleys of the province. The heart of the high mountains with huge natural walls has created a beautiful and interesting walkway. The last

Fire in Avesta*1 has a special role because it is the symbol of life and love. The ancient Iranians burned a fire at all their festivities, and they worshiped Ahuramazda*2 on this pretext. However, the most important ceremony in which they paid homage to their God used to be “Sadeh”. They believed that at this