A small village of Jahan Nama by the Caspian Sea gave the name to the vast Jahan Nama Protected Area and National Park in the Golestan Province. With rich wildlife, including wild sheep and goats, wolfs, panthers, bears, weasels, owls, eagles and porcupines, Jahan Nama is also famous for its variety of plans and trees,

The remains of the Great Wall of Gorgan, also known as “The Red Snake Wall” are located in northern Iran in the Golestan Province. Dating back to the Sasanid dynasty, the wall was originally built in approx. 420-530AD, which makes it 1,000 years older than the Great Wall of China. It has the remains of

The Caspian Sea is the largest lake in the world, situated in south-eastern Europe and south-western Asia. It is surrounded by 5 different countries, Kazakhstan, Russia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, and Iran.  The Sea is home to a wide range of species.  More than 850 different animals and at least 500 different types of plants live in