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Travel to Iran

bakhtiari nomads of Iran
Kooch (Transhumance, Seasonal Migration) is the act of moving with livestock between summer and winter pastures (Yaylaq & Qishlaq) in search of grasslands for the livestock. Kooch (or Kuch or Koch) is the very epitome of a nomadic lifestyle. Because of ecological factors, each year one group of Iran nomads embark on their seasonal migration...
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land use and lifestyle of bakhtiari nomads
The main characteristic of Iranian nomadism is the share of the land between summer pastures (“Garmsir”, hot place) and winter pastures (“Yeylag” cold place) land. The principle movement (“Kuch” or “bâr” = Transhumance) between these places is done in spring and autumn. During this migration period, they will Cross the Zarde-Kuh massive, in Zagros Mountains,...
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Nomads Tent
The most important and emblematic element in the Bakhtiari life is the tent (“Bohon”) and the whole family lives in there. The campaments (“mâl”) gather the extended family and it is formed by several tents. If we look closely to these campaments we will be able to find out much information about the families living...
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iran nomad tours team
“Iran Nomad Tours” is a social business working in the Iranian Ecotourism industry and aims to help preserve cultural diversities by facilitating the development of community-based tourism in partnership with the local community groups. In our first step, we began with Bakhtiari nomads; a main nomadic tribe who are indigenous people of Iran.  We are...
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Kuch-new-destination-Iran
Want to be on the cutting edge of an exquisite destination of ecotourism in 2020? You probably should try to explore it in an odd country like Iran. Kuch tour is getting more and more popular these days and it is a mixture of an ancient nomadic culture, pristine nature, and warm welcoming people. Nothing...
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Kuch A Perfect Photography Spot
Seeking for untouched yet eye-catching photography spot is one of the concerns of photographers. Photographers are searching for locations at which they can bring creativity. Iran has so many ideal destinations for photographers which offer a unique subject, history, culture, characters, to sum it up great for photography destinations. Nomads of Iran are an indigenous...
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arbaeen- Iran Nomad Tours
“On the trail again. Except for the Hajj pilgrimage, no trip compares to the annual 80-kilometer walk from Najaf to Karbala in Iraq to commemorate Arbaeen, the 40th day after the martyrdom of Imam Hussain, which took place around 1400 years ago: *Millions* of people coming from Iran, Iraq, and many other countries, walking this...
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Sabzeh- Nowruz - Persian New Year
Nowruz /noʊˈruːz/ or also known as Eid (meaning New Year) is a rich Iranian Culture that begins with the advent of spring. In 2010, the United Nations has formally recognized it as an International Holiday. As described in Iranian Cultures and Traditions, there are plenty of rituals before and after the arrival of Persian New Year. People in Iran,...
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Spilling Water after a passenger
Every country is featured with its culture and traditions. Having a very rich history and culture, there are plenty of original Iranian Cultures and Traditions which can be quite attractive and new for tourists and culture lovers. Except for the religious ceremonies, most of the rest belong to the pre-Islamic Iran and Zoroastrianism. Chaharshanbe Soori...
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