Iran Seasons

Iran, located at the crossroads of four geo-climatic zones, is one of the unique four season countries in the world. From the hot deserts in winter to the mountains where the temperature drops to minus 2°C in summer. In some regions you can experience summer and winter in half a day.

In the north the lands are covered with green forests. Caspian Sea coast has sub-tropical weather with moderate climate. Alborz mountain range, separates the north from the dry center. Heavy rainfalls occur mostly during spring and winter, but it is a fantastic destination in May and September and perfect for: beaches, water sports, views, outdoor activities and adventure.

With hot and humid climate, Iran is led to the Persian Gulf in the south. beautiful Palm trees as a symbol of Southern Iran are lined along the beaches and swaying in the wind on city streets. Best Time to Visit the south of Iran for the beaches is from February to May.

in the east and the center of this vast land Hot deserts with running sand and nights full of stars, are located. Dasht-e Loot, one among many of the deserts, has the hottest ground temperatures on Earth. The best time to visit is in the spring or fall.

In the west of Iran, mostly the northwest, the high mountains with heavy snowfall, have always caused cold and subfreezing temperatures. some Mountains are covered vastly with oat and walnut trees. For mountaineers, the climbing window between April and May is one of the best times.

  • Spring

    from April to June

    Weather is typically fairly mild and most of the rainfall occurs during the spring and winter. Spring is a fairly short season in Iran and one of the advisable seasons to visit Iran.

  • Summer

    from July to September

    Daily temperatures can be very hot in most regions. high humidity specially on the southern coastal areas of the Persian Gulf. on some days, temperatures can reach easily 40°C or more.


  • Fall

    from October to December

    the majority of travelers visit Iran in fall season from late September to December. in most of the areas, the weather is neither too cold nor too warm.

  • Winter

    from January to March

    Iran’s mountainous regions are the most likely regions for snow. During winter, the weather in southern regions of Iran is often mild. Sometimes the cold air blowing from Siberia cause mild temperature drops.


”it is never guaranteed that what happened in the past will happen in the future. But It does gives us a valuable view point.”

Isfahan weather by month


Winter in Isfahan is typically cold. If you visit now, you will definitely need to bring winter clothing. On average, however, snowfall does not occur frequently.


low temperatures are still quite chilly. You will still need to be prepared for cold days by packing plenty of warm winter clothing.


March is one of the high seasons in Isfahan. Just before the beginning of springtime. It is likely to be cold but, there is a noticeable warming. You can feel that the weather is beginning to improve. Bring a mix of clothing, including items for both mild and cold weather.


With more sun and longer days, things are starting to warm up a little bit. temperatures are average on the cool side. It is unlikely to be warm but rather more fresh and breezy weather. Expect a mix of sunny and rainy days. April is another high season in Isfahan.


It is starting to feel more like spring now, things are noticeably warming now, however, during the first half of the spring it can still get cold.


sunny days with the average to high temperatures. You will need mostly lightweight clothing with summer just around the corner.


July is one of the warmest months of the year in Isfahan. July marks a big change, with summer officially here, and temperatures have increased significantly.


August continues those warm days and summer sunshine.


While it is still summer, temperatures begin to gradually cool. While September marks the end of summer and temperatures start to cool, the first half of the month is still quite warm. You are likely to need a few items for cooler days and nights.


With the arrival of fall with things cooling down, a chill is likely to be in the air by now. though you’re still likely to enjoy a number of warm and sunny days.


Most days are chilly so you will have to be prepared for the cold. Nights are particularly chilly. Days are shorter and there is less sunshine


Daytime temperatures typically range between 5°C to 8°C while nighttime lows hover around 3°C. Bring your winter clothing.

The four seasons of the year in the colors of tinted glass windows, as green for spring, red for summer, yellow for fall, and blue for winter

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