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Located northwest of Tehran close to the Caspian Sea, this fertile valley is one the most popular destinations for eco tourists. At an altitude of 1250 m above sea level the landscape is one of gentle hills covered with forest. Great hiking trails, streams suited for fishing and a peculiarly shaped Valasht lake, make it a paradise for nature enthusiasts.
Iran in south of Caspian Sea region
Kelardasht in north of Iran, southern Caspian Sea


This beautiful valley in the highlands of the Kelardasht, together with the Alamkuh and Tahkt-e Soleyman mountain peaks, is commonly called Iran's Switzerland. Being in the center of the famous peaks, the dense forests of Abbas-Abad on the shores of Caspian Sea and Kelardasht, often make Roodbarak the departure point for nature exploration.
Kelardasht in Iran's region of Caspian Seas
Jungles in northern Iran,  South of Caspian Sea


A city on the shores of the Caspian Sea, Chalus is 200 km from Tehran and the first seaside resort where the Karaj-Chalus highway ends. In addition to being a major city close to many popular sea and mountain resorts, it also links the two northern provinces of Mazandaran and Gilan to the Capital Tehran, making it an important commercial center.
Forests in Caspian Sea region of Iran
Roadside vendors in Chalus

Firuz-Kuh Highway

Another highway to the Caspian shores originates from east of Tehran passing through many mountainside towns and villages. The most well known of them is the Veresk in Savad-Kuh with a historical stone bridge of the same name, used by the scenic Tehran-Gorgan rail link, snaking through the Alborz (Elburz) massif circling atop mountains and crossing numerous tunnels and stone bridges.
Railroad bridges and tunnels in Mazandaran Province of Iran
photos of mountain region of Savad-kuh in Mazandaran
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Soutern Caspian Sea from Aras to Damavand video clip
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