The Climate of Iran and Its Weather Conditions are diverse.
Iran is a vast country, and when traveling to Iran, you will experience various types of climates with extreme variations in temperatures. If you travel to Iran and book an Iran tour package through Gashttour Travel Agency, you could visit the hottest place in the world that is located in Iran (Lut Desert) and also, explore mountains where the temperature drops to minus 30 degrees Celsius.
Depending on the district, region, and the time of the year, it can be Cold, Hot, dry, wet, or even a mix of them altogether. That makes the country ideal for producing grains and fruit. If you book your Iran Tour near winter, you can ski in the north of Tehran, Shiraz, Tabriz, and Ardabil. And a day later, you can head south to Kashan, Yazad, or Kerman to experience the hot, beautiful desserts like the Maranjab Desert with its magnificently bright starry nights.
Weather in Different Cities in Iran
Before traveling to Iran or booking any of our Iran tour packages, it is best to know Iran has four seasons, all the time.
The capital of Iran, Tehran, has a dry climate, and in spring (March to May), the temperature is pleasant. But as summer (June to September) comes, it gets hot, and many people in Iran travel to the northern mountains, where the weather is much more satisfying. Winters of Tehran (December to February) are cold and sometimes snowy. The winter in Isfahan and Shiraz is not as chilly as in Tehran or Tabriz but drier. On the other hand, in those cities, it gets hot in the summers, so much so that the sun can burn you alive! Yazd, located in the desert, reaches up to an unbearable 45 degrees Celsius in the summertime. In Autumn and winter, this city is perfect for having ice cream and not freezing.
The ideal time to travel to Iran and enjoy the best weather
come in the peak season between March and May, or between September and November when temperatures are ideal for traveling all across Iran, as it is not too hot or too cold.
The low season goes from June to August. At this time of year, the temperature increases and goes up all across the country. It becomes almost too hot to travel to cities like Yazd.
Not many tourists book Iran Tours or travel to Iran between November and February when the temperature starts to drop unless they have plans to stay at our Dizin hostel and ski at Dizin Ski Resort.
The south is still warm and pleasant, but Tehran and northern Iran become severely cold. Make sure to bring warm clothes when you come in winter!
Here’s a hot tip: Winters are cold, yes, but if you are rather sightseeing more privately and away from the maddening crowd, winter is the best option.
Air Pollution Is the Main Problem in Tehran. Tourists who book the Iran Tours Packages and want to travel to Iran must know that air pollution in the capital of Iran (Tehran) has turned into a hard-to-solve problem. Inversion (meteorology) risks the hygiene factors for those who breathe the air frequently. It will not harm you if you are only visiting Tehran for a couple of days. But for those who have heart conditions or breathing problems, it might be rough. Not to mention you probably will not enjoy walking around the city with a mass of smoke over your head.