Kerman is where you can enjoy visiting the starry nights, the hottest point on earth and lush gardens simultaneously. Kerman, 240 skm, is several thousand years old. Being located in the desert area, Kerman not only has a spectacular and different nature, but also it is home to some of the most amazing historical places. Therefore, Kerman has always been considered a perfect and popular destination for all tourists. If you like to pay a visit to the hottest point on earth, your destination with no doubt is Kerman. To experience an unforgettable trip to Kerman, read this travel guide and proceed with the complete information.
Being a vast province, Kerman has a variety of climate conditions. In general, the weather in Kerman province can be divided into three categories: desert climate (Shahdad and the outskirts of Bam), subtropical climate (Kahnooj and Jiroft areas) and humid and cold (mountainous areas).
March to May and late September to early October are the best time to visit Kerman when the weather is favourable and the temperature will not exceed 30 degrees Celsius.
If you want to visit Kerman at the cheapest time of the year, then June, December to January are suggested when the hotels are available at discounted rates and you can travel on budget.
The abundance and variety of natural attractions and historical places in Kerman, turned this city into a great destination for many years.
Kerman is not rich in the number of accommodations so you will not have many options especially during the high season. So, it is suggested to book your room beforehand. Pars Hotel and Kerman Tourism Hotel are some hotels to mention.
Any city in Iran has its own delicious foods. Kolo-Joosh, Boz-Ghoormeh (Kermani broth) and Cumin rice are some to mention.
As well to delicious sweets and pistachio, Kerman is famous for the handicrafts such as carpet and copper blacksmithing.