Iran Eco Adventure participated the 37th FITUR, the International Tourism Trade Fair, 2017, stated from Jan. 18-22, 2017, at Feria de Madrid, Spain
So you have finally booked your flight to Iran and excited about your trip? Here are a few tips to help you maximize your experience.
This article is a crash course in Iran's long history and rich culture. Iran is a four season country with a plethora of differnt ethnicities with differnt customs.
Iran is a country with a dress code and respecting Islamic rules including “Hijab” or the Islamic dress-code is a necessity in Iran. However such rules are not observed strictly, especially for tourists and foreigners.
Khuzestan is a province in the southwest of Iran, next to the border with Iraq. Its proximity with the ancient Mesopotamaian civilizations makes it an entry point for that culture into Iran.
Here are some of the places you can visit if you find your to this beautiful desert town in Iran.
Here is a list of some of the historical attractions of Tabriz.
Yazd is the oldest brick town in the world. It was and still remains a culture that adopted the ways of the deserts. Find out what you can do in Yazd.
In the 18th century, the founder of the Qajar Dynasty chose Tehran as his capital and the city has remained the capital of Iran since. Here are some of the places you should visit once you come to Iran.
To come to Iran and not visit Shiraz is a grave mistake. Find out a couple of compelling reasons in this post.
Kashan is one of the oldest desert towns in Iran. It is part of what is known as the "classic route" of Iran. This article gives you a list of the highlits of this beautiful town.
No words can express the beauty and magic of the town of Isfahan. The town squares filled with finely decorated fountains and mosques are just perfect to restore the traveler’s soul.Here you'll find a brief description of some of the historical sites of this beautifl city.
It takes 3-4 days to reach the summit of the Iran’s highest mountain, a 5619 meter dormant volcano. Base camp is two hours from Tehran, making Damavand one of the most accessible 5000 metre-plus mountains in the world. The new camp at North Face of Mt. Damavand will enable the climbers to ascend from North East route.