The scenic settlement of Niasar is located 25 km west of Kashan. Due to its relative elevation and abundant sources of water, Niasar enjoys a refreshing climate and serves as a summer resort for the Kashan residents. The residents of Niasar earn their living by agriculture and the production of herb extracts, the latter enjoying wide renown in Iran. The village is especially beautiful in late spring when it is buried in the blossom of roses, from which the famous rose water is produced.
The town of roses and rosewater, Qamsar is located south of Kashan on the slopes of the Karkas Mountain. A road to Qamsar passes through a fine Safavid caravanserai that has recently been registered with the Iranian Cultural Heritage and Tourism Organization. A little before Qamsar, on the left, the road branches off to Qohrud. This small settlement on the old caravan route has a fine mosque with some valuable relics from the Il-Khanid period and a Safavid dam. With its refreshing climate and lush rose gardens, Qamsar is a popular summer resort for Kashan residents.
How to choose your Iran favorite trip
Travelers who wish to travel to Iran have many choices to visit. Iran has different types of tourism models due to special geographical, historical, and cultural features.
Iran is a vast country with numerous tourist attractions so tourists can choose one of the types of tourism models according to their interests. The most common of these models are, Historical & Cultural tours, Desert tours, Photographic tours, Nomad tours, Ski tours, Cycling tours, Nature tours, Mountain climbing tour, Trekking tour, and Silk Road tour.
A cool Paradise in the hot summer of Iran
During the hot summer season and the warm days, we have to travel to areas that have both beautiful and spectacular attractions, and a pleasant, cool climate to enjoy our trip. The lush green area of Ramsar is one of the destinations that tourists choose for its beautiful and enchanting forests and the silence, and tranquility that dominate the area. So, in this article, we travel to the village of Janet Roudbar one of the countryside of the town of Ramsar.
Iran Forests, Ancient but living
Less than 2 percent of Iran is covered by forests, while another 8 to 9 percent may be regarded as depleted former forest areas. Altogether, 150-160,000 km2 are, or have been densely forested areas. Plentiful rainfall, a mild climate, and a long growing season have combined to create a dense forest of high-quality timber in the Caspian region. There is extensive growth of temperate-zone hardwoods, including oak, beech, maple, Siberian elm, ash, walnut, ironwood, alder, basswood, and fig.