Low seasons and high seasons refer to the boom and bust seasons of tourism in a particular place. Meaning that a destination is full of tourists because of some factors like the weather and atmosphere, or the opposite, fewer tourists go there at that time of year.
Traveling during the low season means that you will experience the approximately lowest prices and the most secluded attractions. low-season, for various reasons, is a time when tourists will not be very interested in a particular destination.
Iran is mostly in high season because it has a wide geographical area, and you can experience different climates in one month in various cities.
In winter, the southern islands of the Persian Gulf and southern cities are the best places to travel, while spring and summer are the best times to travel to northern cities such as Tabriz.
In general, the high season in Iran is two seasons, spring and autumn. In other words, the middle of March, April, May, September, October, and early November are the busiest travel months in Iran.
You can also come to Iran in winter and summer and enjoy your trip if you choose suitable cities or you don’t mind the cold or hot weather.
Note: Be sure to pay attention to the official holidays of Iran and religious months such as Ramadan and Muharram. Holidays like Nowruz leave Iranians free to travel, and the inhabitants of this land travel themselves, so your destination city may be very crowded. Although spending Nowruz in Iran will be a memorable experience.
During Ramadan, most cafes and restaurants are closed till the evening call for prayer due to fasting, and this may be difficult for you, but instead, people are up all night. In Muharram, apart from seeing special mourning rituals during this month, you can have votive food and be a guest of Iranians.
Make sure you read the official Iranian holiday calendar before planning a trip.