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Ecoutourism iran

In this category, you have a chance to read the articles about Iran ecotourism destinations and all tips a backpacker needs to know before traveling to Iran.

6 Main Reasons Why Nomads are Worth Visiting
Here are six main reasons why visiting the indigenous people of Iran is a must for the adventure seekers who come to Iran.  In recent years, the number of Nomads has decreased dramatically. National Geographic explains the reasons. Small in size, but big on attraction, their beauty is unmatched. Apart from Nomad people, the verdant...
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Nomadic Lifestyle - Permaculture
Want to be a practitioner of Permaculture? See how Nomads of Iran practice doing it in their semi-annual Kuchs. Seasonal Transhumance of Iran Nomads What is Permaculture? Permaculture is made of ‘perma’ which means permanent, and ‘agriculture’. So, it is a kind of agriculture in which permanency is appreciated especially when it comes to nature...
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Preserving Nomadic Lifestyle
Ancient migrations are now on the verge of extinction. Nomads’ ethereal Migration, apart from being an epic cultural movement, has been regarded as an essential measure in environmental preservation. Nomadic Lifestyle: A Way to Preserve the Environment Known as an outdated way of life, accordingly Nomadic Lifestyle is nowadays on the on edge of extinction....
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Nomad School - Nature School in heart of Zagros Mountains
For a while forget all about formal education at schools – Nomad school is a must-do experience for anyone who wants to learn living from experience. Nomad School – Experience Nature School in heart of Zagros Mountains among Bakhtiari Nomads Nature School Nature has always been a source of inspiration; some find ‘tongue in trees’,...
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Epic Migration with Nomads
“Do you remember the Kooch we got married right after?” Jamshid asked.“I should remember it because…” she replied.“I sang all the songs loud enough for you to hear it in the mountains…”“Right! I enjoyed that year so much…” To get the point of this conversation, you really should know what “Kooch” is! But before we...
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Maybe you’ve heard of Queen Soraya, the Iranian-German empress, or Prime Minister Shahpour Bakhtiar, the last prime minister of the Pahlavi era? What about the NFL Green Bay Packers player David Bakhtiari? All of them are members or descendants of the Bakhtiari tribe. Soraya Esfandiary-Bakhtiary was the queen consort of Iran as the second wife...
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Migration Nomads Bakhtiari
People ask us whether nomads practice slow travel themselves. We say yes they do. Plus we slow travel with them because they are the ones that decide our daily activities. Yet, in order to understand what is slow travel, one should know what is fast travel! What is Slow Travel? Nomadic Version Before the advent...
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The women of the village used a special kind of herb, called Mountain Tare, in their food, which was really great. They picked it themselves from the surrounding mountains, and it gave the food a pleasant taste. I wander around the village and the girls showed me their school. A small and simple class was...
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The second day, beginning of the migration The next day was the day of migration. Having no idea what awaits us during migration made us even more excited. Early in the morning, we had our hearty breakfast (since we were supposed to have a long day before us, everybody was served with Ghee), then we...
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