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Odisea Nómada

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7 Días
Teherán
Isfahán
Min Age : 8 años

Camina las famosas montañas de Zagros por las salvajes tierras de los Bakhtiari, en esta aventura de 7 días. La travesía te conducirá por los ancestrales caminos, acompañando a una familia nómada en su migración estacional. Experimenta las increíbles vistas panorámicas que se divisan desde arriba de las montañas de Zagros, se testigo de esta migración épica y disfruta de la aventura de vivir en las mismas tiendas de campañas que los nómadas. ¡Explora de la mejor manera posible los senderos nómadas en este itinerario de 7 días!

Información General del Tour

Qué experimentarás con nosotros

Resumen de cada día

Día 1: Vuelo a Ahvaz / Llegada a Shushtar
Día 2: Visita a la cascada de Shimbar / Escaleras Dezpart
Día 3: Odisea nómada
Día 4: Odisea nómada
Día 5: Odisea nómada
Día 6: Visita a los pueblos de Sar Agha Seyyed / Chelgard / Koohrang
Día 7: Llegada a Shahr-e Kord/ Isfahán / Vuelta a Casa

Destacados

● Explorar las tierras nómadas y caminar por los ancestrales senderos de las montañas de Zagros.
● Coronar la cima de Zagros.
● Levantarse temprano para pastorear el ganado y disfrutar del amanecer sobre las montañas de Zagros.
● Visitar los sitios históricos del suroeste de Irán.
● Contemplar la exclusiva región de las llanuras Fritillaria y la reserva de tulipanes de Koohrang, en primavera.

Sitios visitados

Río Karoon / Haft-Tappeh / Chogha-Zanbil / Histórico sistema hidráulico de Shushtar / Masjed Solayman / Puente de Negin /Cascada de Shimbar/ Escaleras de Dezpart/ Ancestrales senderos nómadas/ Las tierras del interior de las Mt. Zagros / Pueblo de Sar Agha Seyed/ Reserva de tulipanes Koohrang (Primavera) / Pueblo de Shahr-e Kord / Isfahán

Actividades

Caminar / Acampar / pastorear / Sitios antropológicos

Nivel de la actividad

Nivel bajo / Nivel medio / Nivel alto ( A determinar con el grupo)

Words are incapable of describing such a fantastic experience;

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Itinerario

Plan del día a día

Día 1 Llegada a Ahvaz / Explorar Shushtar

Un vuelo en la mañana te llevará hasta Ahvaz. Nosotros te recogemos en el aeropuerto. Después del desayuno, visitaremos brevemente la ciudad de Ahvaz y el río Karoon. Después vamos en coche hasta Haft – Tappeh (lugar de excavaciones, que consiste en docenas de colinas) y Tchogha-Zanbil (Un zigurat de la época de dominación elamita, en la era de bronce). Al medio día puedes visitar los históricos molinos de agua de Shushtar. Después comemos en el museo y restaurante tradicional de Mostofi. Pasarás la noche en Shushtar.

Día 2 Shimbar / Unión a los nómadas

Por la mañana, después del desayuno, conducimos hasta el puente de Negin y la cascada de Shimbar. Comemos en una casa local la cual es el último lugar con electricidad. En caso de disponer de más tiempo libre, visitaremos las escaleras de Dezpart. Después de comer tendrá lugar unas ¾ horas de caminata hasta alcanzar a los nómadas en las montañas de Zagros. Esa noche, bajo un cielo estrellado, disfrutaremos de una cena caliente. ¡Después recargaremos fuerzas para la migración del día siguiente en una acogedora tienda de campaña!

Día 3,4,5 Expedición en las tierras nómadas

Esta mañana sucede entre las espectaculares vistas del rebaño deambulando por los pastos verdes circundantes. Hoy es el día que comienza nuestra migración. Un día importante para los nómadas. En los siguiente 3 días nosotros los acompañaremos durante su importante migración en las montañas de Zagros. En el transcurso de estos tres días, caminamos unos 42 km. ‘Flexibiliad’ es una palabra clave para nosotros, puesto que no existe un plan fijo debido a la improvisada rutina de los nómadas. Moviéndonos detrás del rebaño entre las montañas de Zagros, no olvides devorar la belleza de la escena. Una imagen que nunca se te borrará. Estarás rodeado de imponentes montañas o por robles, bajo un silencio sobre el cual solo ahonda el sonido de las campanas de las ovejas. Saca fotos y absorbe las vistas. Al medio día, cuando los nómadas dejan de moverse y montan su típica tienda negra, te encontrarás inmerso/sa en la tranquilidad y quietud puesta por la madre naturaleza, para que disfrutes de los espectaculares alrededores. Por la noche, dormir bajo las estrellas en las temperaturas más bajas de las montañas podrá ser muy agradable. Nunca olvidarás el auténtico estilo de vida nómada que experimentarás mientras haces la migración.
El quinto día, decimos adiós a los nómadas para continuar nuestra expedición hacía el precioso pueblo verde de Khouye. Después de 3 días de travesía con los nómadas, un pueblo acogedor será un hogar perfecto. Aquí estaremos resguardados con un montón de jardines frutales alrededor entre hermosas casas viejas. Desde el pueblo, también dispondremos de unas maravillosas vistas a las montañas. Esa noche la pasaremos en el pueblo.

Día 6 Dejar a los nómadas/ De vuelta a la civilización

Después del desayuno, tenemos la opción de pasear por el pueblo. Al volver a recoger nuestras cosas, nos despediremos de la familia que nos ha hospedado e iremos al encantador pueblo de Sar Agha Seyyed. Allí tendremos la oportunidad de apreciar las vistas del conjunto de casas antiguas donde el suelo de una es el tejado de la otra. Zagros ha sido siempre la parte más alta y difícil de la migración. Desde hace miles de años, los nómadas han parado en este pueblo en sus migraciones de primavera y otoño. Caminaremos unos 15 minutos para visitar una mina de sal cercana al pueblo. Después continuaremos nuestro recorrido en coche hasta el pueblo de Chelgerd, donde nos hospedaremos en un hotel. Koohrang Spring es nuestra siguiente fascinante experiencia. Este es el lugar que más belleza adquiere en Irán durante la primavera, pero rara vez es visitado por los turistas, debido a los caminos accidentados que se deben transitar hasta llegar. Por la noche, regresaremos al hotel.

Día 7Vuelta a Isfahán

En el día de hoy hacemos un poco de turismo. Visitamos Dimeh Spring y la reserva de tulipanes de Koohrang, para acabarnos de ir con unas vistas preciosas grabadas en la mente. Después nos iremos a Shahr-e e Isfahán.

Can also observe the map Here

Incluido y Excluido

Incluido
  • 7 desayunos, 7 comidas, 7 cenas
  • Seguro de viajes
  • 7 noches de hospedaje
    • 3 noches de hotel / Casa de huéspedes
    • 1 noche en casa de una familia
    • 3 noches de camping
  • Entradas de los lugares turísticos
  • Vuelo interno a Ahvaz
Excluido
  • Los traslados internacionales de ida y vuelta.
  • Vuelos internacionales

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From Our Travelers

Stephanie:
"The whole thing is about “catching” a nomadic family on their yearly transhumance and sharing a few days with them..."


After 3 weeks in Iran, I felt I wanted to share something “else” of this amazing country. I had heard (a bit) about the Zagros mountains and only knew it as a large chain of mountains.
Besides, I am very interested in nomadic life, by the ways in which nomadic people manage to adapt to multiple changes, the skills they have which we have a lot to learn from. And the challenge they represent to sedentary lives. I was really keen on sharing a few days of their life.
The trip we made has been further any expectations : as I did not have so many, except “take what is happening” and “get in a journey mood” !

The whole thing is about “catching” a nomadic family on their yearly transhumance and sharing a few days with them, impacting as little as possible their usual organisation.
It requires flexibility and understanding that these people are not there to organise a trip for you, but are friendly enough to let you accompany them to share a piece of a long and demanding journey for some of them..
For the “temporary nomads” we have been the main goal is to share in the least intrusive way possible, the journey of a large herd and its owners (“the family”) through beautiful mountains, passes, narrow tracks, shortcuts trails .
It requires a bit of fitness and a great willingness to face the “unexpected” : no fixed schedule, stops, timetables, menus, etc.
The rythm of the family and herd decides it – and that is great !

I did a 7 days trip :
– one day to discover Shushtar and Chogha Zanbil
– one day to join the “family” – with beautiful Zagros sceneries, and for our tiny group (2) a first challenge as the planned family had left without us, so a new ride to join another one – and new great scenaries of this mountains covered with oak trees and wild pistachios trees.
– three days of hiking along the family, with no dirt roads on the way, just trails, passes, springs and rivers to follow.
– one day to visit a sedentary nomadic village and manage our way out of the mountains through dust roads
– one half day in Buin va Miandasht, to discover the reality of “georgian villages”

This whole trip has proved a truly amazing “off the beaten track” experience, all tailored, managed, accompanied in a very nice manner by the great team of Nomad Tours.
Mohamad, Sarah, Davood, Soroosh have been great to be with in the mountains : cheerful, energetic, caring, reliable and open about the challenges encountered.
They have a strong commitment to find the “good match” between the needs of “temporary nomads” and the time necessary for them to adjust to new frame of mind (no fixed plans, quick “decision changes”) and the reality of this nomadic families who have a hard journey to take.
I always felt at ease and secure to ask all the questions I had, and they were great in their “go between” role with the family.
Our guide in Chogha Zanbil, Saddeq was really nice and easy going, adjusting to our mooods !
I really appreciated the deeply respectful approach to the whole thing, the way Nomad Tours intends to contribute in a positive and non damaging way to the sustainability of nomadic life, the way they explain things and allows each participant to understrand his/her responsability in taking part in a specific type of trip.
That encounter with this bakhtiari nomadic life, in these conditions, is really an amazing thing to be able to share. And I feel grateful and privilegied to have been able to share that.

Nick:
"The tour itself is simply amazing because you will have the chance to take part in the life of migrating (not settled!) nomads..."


Me and my friend Paul had the chance to participate in a nomad migration with the help from the amazing nomad tours team. We had a really spontaneous request but still they found a way to manage everything. They picked us up and from the beginning it was not a typical payed touristic tour it felt like going to an adventure with friends. The tour itself is simply amazing because you will have the chance to take part in the life of migrating (not settled!) Bakthiari nomads which is really special. You follow the animals, experience unbelievable beautiful nature in the Zagros Mountains and you can observe and take part in their daily lifestyle. Making bread, yogurt, milking the goats, getting water and firewood and sleep under the stars. I really appreciate also the way the tour is organized because the family don’t get intefluenced in their traditional lifestyle during the tour. We are vegetarian and also this was no problem ! Our guide Mohammed (who is an excellent off the beaten track driver :D) even showed us the unique village of Sar-Agha-Seyed and cared for our special wishes, we even could watch woman weaving amazing carpets and making handicrafts. Also he has excellent knowledge about the nomads and the mountains ,I hope we can go again on kooch and see the very valuable tradition of the Bakhtiari nomads! Thank you Nike and Paul from Germany

Parisa:
"Spending days with the most honest, original and hospitable people I have ever met in my life really changed my attitude toward them..."


As an Iranian girl with Bakhtiari roots, I had this idea that the trip would have little surprises for me, but I was totally wrong. This trip was completely a different, authentic and magical experience. Spending days with the most honest, original and hospitable people I have ever met in my life really changed my attitude toward them, their lifestyle and the way we are all connected to nature. It was also an opportunity for me to face my boundaries and limiting beliefs. In addition, a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and spending days between beautiful mountains of Zagros, where the pace of life is really slow, was an unforgettable memory for me. The night I spent with nomads under the clear sky is one of the most memorable nights of my life. I woke up with the beautiful sounds of bells and I felt as “clear as the air and as young as the morning”! I would totally recommend this tour to all people who are seeking new experiences and adventures.

Redzib:
"Although first time in Iran, thanks to some lovely Iranian friends, I was privileged to visit the “forgotten people” and have a rather unique experience...."


Last week me and few other friends traveled to hinterlands of Zagros mountain range where we joined a nomadic family of Bakhtiyari tribe on their epic migration (the ‘kuch’). They are one of the last-standing nomads that still exist in the world, and as much we were excited – they were eager to meet us as well!
Although first time in Iran, thanks to some lovely Iranian friends, I was privileged to visit the “forgotten people” and have a rather unique experience. For five days we shared the whole experience with a very hospital nomadic family. In the morning we were woken up by the song of hundreds of bells, we eat the fresh made bread, drank the purest doogh, hiked through some amazing slopes and valleys of Zagros mountains, crossed the cold Bozoft river, rest beside the camp fire and slept under the clear skies next to the nomads – until the last day, when the family went deeper into the wild.
At first there’s nothing but man, animal, and a vast untamed Nature – but at the other hand, there’s much more to the picture that meets the eye. By going way back, I found myself immersed in a very different world, yet a world with which I was able to relate on a very intimate level. After returning back from this, sort of, pilgrimage, I feel like I am on a much better place.
Traveling souls would found themselves very much at home with the nomads and their herds, so if you are for some “time-traveling” I think you should not miss this chance.
I was pretty lucky when I found out about his dedicated eco-tourism agency from Teheran, who offers amazing Persia Authentic Nomad Tours. They appreciate and try to preserve this intangible heritage and are quality oriented, with a strong vision of a long-term and socially responsible enterprise. They are very professional and were more than happy to facilitate our desire to try out something different, and to take us on this unique adventure.
My sincere recommendations!