About Kerman Province
Kerman province is in the southeast of Iran with its administrative center in the city of Kerman. The altitudes and heights of the province are the continuation of the central mountain ranges of Iran. They extend from the volcanic folds beginning in Azarbaijan and, by branching out in the central plateau of Iran, terminate in Baluchestan. Most of the province is largely steppe or sandy desert, although there are some oases where dates, oranges, and pistachios are cultivated. The climate in the 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.