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The climate in Kerman province varies across regions. The north, northwest, and central areas experience a dry and moderate climate, whereas in the south and southeast, the weather is warm and relatively humid. The city of Kerman and the surrounding regions have a semi-moderate and dry climate, with a maximum and minimum temperature of 39.6°C, and -7°C respectively. The average temperature during the months of March-June has been recorded as 20°-25°C. These months are the most suitable for traveling and tourism.

Natural attractions include thermal and mineral springs, recreational areas, verdant spaces, altitudes and peaks, lakes, pools, protected areas and the special desert features for adventure seekers. Kerman is more than 300 days sunny during a year. It is a paradise

Kerman heights are the continuation of central mountain ranges, extended from the volcanic folds in Azerbaijan to Baluchistan, and deserts in several points. Due to the special geographical conditions Kerman province enjoys considerable changeable climate, because of its climatic conditions northern, north western and central areas are usually dry, however; the southern and south-eastern areas are warm and damp. The rainfall of about 30-60 mm in Narmashir and Shahdad plains and 230-400 mm in Dehbakry and Jebal-e-barez mountains indicates the existence of different ecological regions in this province.

Precipitation is usually in the form of rain beginning from the end of October to May (Mehr to Ordibehesht) and being caused by western and north-western winds, which are mostly dry and seasonal, and containing dust and sand lead to decrease of relative humidity,

The most astonishing natural attractions of Kerman province are located in the Lut desert. The hottest temperature on the earth is recorded in the Lut desert at 70.7° Celsius. Another natural phenomenon of Kerman is the Kaluts of Shahdad. The wonderful landscape of Kaluts is formed due to the water and wind erosions over thousands of years.

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