With the recent cancellation of visa requirements, it is much easier to travel to Iran. If you are a frequent traveler, if you have an obsession with ancient history or if you look for unique landscapes, if you are passionate about foods and spices; then Iran should be in your bucket list.
Visit Iran – The Ancient Civilization
Iran is a peaceful country located in the middle-east. Many travelers in their blogs illustrate safety in Iran. Some often believe that ancient history can only be witnessed in Athens, Rome or Cairo. You should know that Iran (the Persian Empire) is one of the oldest civilizations in the world. More than 2500 years of history, there are in total of 21 UNESCO heritage sites in Iran. The marvels of Achaemenid Empire and the Tomb of Cyrus the Great are just a few heritage sites of Iran.
Iranians are hospitable, and when you blend in their society, not only you feel relaxed, you can also have a unique and authentic experience. For a day, you can become part of a Nomads’ tribe (Qashqai tribe). You will experience migration, lifestyle, and you will take part in cooking and animal herding.
Visit Iran – The Four Season Nature
With a rich and intact nature, you can experience all four seasons in many parts of Iran with a visa-free tour. Lotus lake, vast forests and beautiful green villages in the North, rocky shores, and glow-in-dark beaches in the South, mountain villages in the West, and the salty desert of the East, are just some of the few attractions that encourage you to book a tour with “Wonderiran”. The diversity of natural beauty in Iran brings pleasure to cave explorers, mountain hikers, forest campers and island divers. Travelers can experience customized ski-tours in Damavand Mount, the highest volcano of Asia.
Visit Iran – The Land of Architecture
Unique architecture blends with colors that evoke the dynasty of the past. Traditional bathhouses, cozy caravanserais, historical palaces, grand bazaars, and windcatchers are the legacy of the Achaemenid, Qajar, Sassanid, and Pahlavi Era. Gardens of beautiful flowers are houses to big still pools, where nightingales sing for the lovers. These amazing gardens are not only an Eden on Earth, they’re also examples of unique architecture. Many travelers write about the glory of these gardens. Mosques stood tall for the high almighty, bringing the community together for the time of prayers.
Visit Iran – The Land of Souvenirs and Carpet
Masters of handicrafts gift the world with beautiful handmade mysteries. The convergence of long colorful strings of silk carefully textures the Persian carpet. Precious fabrics in the hands of talent turn into loose and long cloaks of Aba. Natural Turquoise, beautiful paintings of traditional stories, and handcrafted Khatamkaris are common gifts for your loved ones. Genuine leather at incredible prices. It is our promise that you will encounter a very distinctive selection only in Iran.
Visit Iran – The Land of Food and Spices
India may be the land of spices, but Iran is the land of food and spices. The famous caviar of wild sturgeon roe is cheaper in Iran. The plain rice and raw meat become the world’s famous mouthwatering Kebabs. The red rose refreshes your day as a delightful herbal distillate of rose water. Saffron colors your ordinary meal into a golden treasure. Sweet delights from different towns are on the dessert menu. Finally, your day gets cheerful with a sip of the black tea.
Demand for Iranian Pistachio can reach millions of tons annually. You can taste and purchase a variety of Pistachio and nuts from its origin. A diverse selection of nuts rich in nutrition, will encourage you to visit the Bazaar to explore for more.
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Travel with “Wonderiran” to feel authentic.