Mazandaran is a province located in the north of Iran, at the southern coast of the Caspian sea. Damavand, which has the highest peak in Iran and the highest volcanic mountain in Asia, is located at Mazandaran, in Amol County. Being located at southern coast of the world’s largest lake known as the Caspian sea and also neighboring the four countries of Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Russia and the Republic of Azerbaijan through the lake and being at the north of the Tehran metropolis (capital of Iran), has given this province a superb strategic position. It’s the most literate province in the country. Mazandaran is also one the most important archeological bases in the Middle East and the world with six thousand years of history. In terms of tourism, west of Mazandaran, because of its sea and cities and the center of Mazandaran because of its dense forests are very important and have placed this province in one of the top ranking touristic provinces of Iran.