Situated northeast of Iran, Golestan Province is undoubtedly one of the greenest regions in the country.
It offers a wide spectrum of flora and fauna, wide ethnic diversity and numerous historical sites.
The province is also home to international wetlands, dense forests, bubbling springs, and tens of waterfalls.
A case in point is Golestan National Park, Iran’s first natural zone registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
World’s tallest brick tower named ‘Gonbad-e Qabus’ tower is also located in Golestan.