Bushehr Province is located south of Iran, on the coasts of the Persian Gulf and is famous for its anti-colonial resistance, fertile palm fields, and Bandari music.
The oldest signs of human inhibition in Bushehr Province dates back to Mesopotamian Civilization. There have archaeological finding from the Median, Achaemenid, and Sassanid eras which show the importance of this area in Iran.
Bushehr neighbours Khuzestan and Kohgiluyeh provinces to the north, Fars province to the east, and Hormozgan province to the south-east. The province is comprised of a plain on the west and a mountainous region on the east.
Bushehr climate is warm and dry in the mountain zone and warm and humid on the coasts. The temperature reaches above 50 degrees Celcius in the summer. The best time for visiting this province is winter, autumns and early spring.