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Nowruz Khani or singing for the spring is a way of informing people that spring and Nowruz are on the way, this ritual has been common in Gilan and Mazandaran …
Today we are going to introduce another ritual of Nowruz which is called Kooseh Bar-Neshin. It is a traditional performance which is played by one or two people. In this …
Takam is another symbol of Nowruz rituals. Takam is a wooden goat whose height is about twenty-thirty CM which is made in a very simple way. It is like a …
One of the most important symbols of Nowruz is called Hajji Firuz. He is wearing red cloths, his face is covered in soot and playing a tambourine. He announces the …
We are going to talk about Haft-Sin of Nowruz (an arrangement of seven symbolic items whose names start with the letter "س" pronounced as "seen" the 15th letter in the Persian alphabet). …
Music is closely associated with Iranian ceremonies among which Nowruz is one of the most prominent ones. Many of Iranian traditional resources such as Ferdowsi's Shahnameh attribute the foundation of …
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Tourists’ perception and subjective concerns from one hand and the realities on the other hand about a destination are sometimes on opposing sides. Do you feel insecurity when making a decision to travel to Iran? Are your perceptions influenced more by the facts and actual risks or the effects of media propagandas? Apart from the effects of media, we understand that tourists tend to have less fear of traveling to destinations with which they have a cultural affinity in terms of religion, language, customs, and the like. The higher the level of true knowledge and experience of Iran and its people’s hospitality, the higher the likelihood of perceived security about the country. For more information about different aspects of security in Iran, please read the Lonelyplanet. It argues that in Iran, “violent crime against foreigners is extremely rare and, indeed, they are unlikely to be treated with anything but courtesy and friendliness”; this applies to all international tourists.
Whether you need a visa depends on where you are from and where you are travelling to. Citizens of around 60 countries do not need a visa to enter Iran for travelling purposes for various amounts of times. Most other countries citizens can gain a visa on arrival from most of the major airports in Iran, although for peace of mind they can also apply for visas beforehand. Visas on arrival for most countries only allow for a stay of 15 days.
It depends on what you want to do! In most places in Iran summer is hot and winter is cold, with snow in some places. During the month of Ramadan it can be difficult for travellers as many food stores are close during the day. At times around the Iranian New Year which occurs on March 21, more people inside Iran go on holiday, so it can be more difficult to secure accommodation.
Well it wouldn't be the case for Iran, here most hotels don't have websites and won't answer properly also transferring money to Iran is a real hassle because of all the sanctions. Also with our years of experience and connections we can assure you of the services and prices we can provide you with. You're in good hands with us :)