Annually in the middle of July a ceremony is held in Salakh rural district of Qeshm Island, called Nowruz-e Sayyad (Fisherman’s Nowruz). The people of Salakh celebrate from sunrise to sunset on this day, and traditional ceremonies and rituals such as “Razif” and “dance of Shushis” are part of the celebrations.
Hendurabi in southern Iran is a remote, peaceful island nearly void of habitation. Its sandy beaches and dreamy rock exposures make for a quiet rest, sunbathing, and swim in the clear waters of the Persian Gulf.
Sheikh Safi-e-Din Khānegāh and Shrine Ensemble is a historical complex which consists of the shrine of Sheikh Safi-e-Din Ardabili, and some of the elders, sheiks and kings of the Safavid period, such as Shah Isma'il I (the first king of Safavid), the wife of Shah Isma'il (mother of Shah Tahmasb), and it is considered a symbol of Iranian architecture.
Mamraz Lake in Mazandaran Province is one of the most beautiful and untouched places in the northern parts of the country. It is known as “The Ghosts Lake” for its dried-up trees on the water’s surface and its ghastly appearance.
The baptism ritual of the monotheistic religion of the Sabian Mandaeans was held on the anniversary of their New Year, at the same time as Dehwa Rabba, on Monday in Karun River near Ghadir Bridge in Ahvaz.