June is the start of the summer in Iran and all over the country the climate starts to mildly warm up. For travelers that enjoy the sun and its warmth, June might be the best month to travel to Iran as they can benefit from both the sunshine and tolerable temperatures. Another great benefit of traveling to Iran in July is the coinciding of this month with the general school and university exams so tourists that will find the easily find low cost Iran tours, hotels and overall enjoy less crowded tourist sites.
Top Tips on traveling to Iran in June:
Iran Weather in June:
Summer in general can get pretty hot in Iran but compared to other neighboring countries especially in the Arab countries, the summer weather in Iran is much lighter. As June is the entry month of summer the temperatures have not risen to their peak and it’s suitable for daily excursions and Iran desert tours. Central cities such as Tehran, Isfahan and Shiraz see the average temperatures of 32 – 35 C while desert destinations see averages of around 40 – 43 C. The Northern cities of Iran still enjoy cooler temperatures and destinations around the Caspian Sea and the city of Tabriz are good choices to visit in June. We recommend adding the historic Kandovan village to your itinerary in June. This old village is one of the most unique villages in the world that has been amazingly carved into mountains and resembles a beehive.
For tourists planning their trip to Iran in June we suggest carrying light clothes, sunglasses, sun cream and hats/caps and if their itinerary includes a visit to the northern regions of Iran we also suggest keeping a light pullover with them.
– Towards the end of May and early June, tourists in Iran will be able to visit the city of Kashan to view and partake in the world famous Rosewater Festival. In this season hundreds of distilleries and farms delicately extract the juices from the pinkish roses through historical heating methods creating a wonderful atmosphere throughout the town. Iranians mainly use rose water in their cuisine and it also has medical benefits.
– The Zoroastrian festival of Tirgan is also held in some cities of Iran such as Yazd. This ancient festival marks the harvesting season.
Tourists planning on traveling to Iran in June and especially guests who enjoy the touch of the sun, will find June one of the best months to travel to Iran. Taking into consideration less crowds and lower accommodation rates, overall June is a good time to visit Iran.