There is some one day tours to Masouleh on weekends ( Friday ). So if you want to go with a tour to masouleh you can arrenge such tours. Of course this tour is not available every weekend. If you want to go yourself by bus it takes a long time because there is not direct bus to Masouleh. You should go first to Rasht and then Masouleh. I think...more
For a day trip, a day sac to carry your camera, guide book, water etc. If staying overnight or longer, a rucksack, or something easy to carry up the steep, uneven steps Comfy shoes, layers - Masuleh can be hot, but there is the chance of rain I didn't see any pharmacies here, so carry all essential medication. Sun screen, mossie stuff. All you...more
The old wooden houses of Masuleh are quite attractive, in a weather worn, dilapidated way. Though I did see some that were being renovated, with one that looked as if it was going to be converted into a small hotel. Apparently, there has been funding for locals to be trained in carpentry and other skills necessary to repair and restore the...more
Just outside of Lahijan is a mausoleum built in 1419 for Sheikh Zahed , with a pyramid shape roof decorated with turquoise and yellow tiles. It is worth a stop to visit.
The lagoon is also known as Mordabe Anzali, it is thought to be the Worlds largest fresh water lagoon
The lagoon is home to many birds and wild fowl
to be continued.....