Special Interest Tours
Maybe a photo of the Qashqai or Bakhtiari nomads' wedding ceremony with those colorful and shiny clothes inspired you to visit Iran, or maybe a photo of the night sky of the central desert!
Let us give you an example; we had a traveler who had seen a documentary about Iranian cooking and the magic of Iranian housewives in combining different ingredients with Iranian spices to make Ghormeh Sabzi stew (a herb stew), and she went to Iran in search of the same experience. Together with an Iranian chef, we made homemade Qorme Sabzi and ate it!
If you are traveling purposefully and you are looking for your trip to the ancient land of Persia to have a theme, you will lack something in the normal and classic tours of Iran. We offer you to try Iran Special Interest tours instead.
Every year, many architecture students from all over the world stay in the desert village of Esfahak and at the same time participate in the architecture camp and learn about the magic of Iranian architecture.
Our tourists visit Khorasan saffron fields every fall to harvest saffron and at the same time live with the culture of Khorasan people for a few days.
Another interesting experience that has been added to our list of special tours is a launch (boat) ride on the shores of the Persian Gulf. In the ancient world, the great Iranian sailors were among the most skilled builders of launch boats and large ships. They not only built them, but also navigated and guided the ships. This is along with the customs and music specific to the south of Iran, which was influenced by the culture of the people of the coasts of the Indian Ocean to South Africa.
The experience of watching and participating in Muslim mourning ceremonies, especially in Muharram and Safar, along with large street ceremonies and offerings, and ritual shows such as Ta'ziyeh, which has also been registered by UNESCO, is one of the special interest tours that can be very interesting for those who are interested in Religious ceremonies.
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