Taking Tours to the Land of Wonders

Iran is among the most fascinating countries many travelers have intended to visit nowadays due to its people’s hospitality and kindness besides of deep culture and ancient civilization. These lead many travelers to make the country a visit mentioning the fact that there are 26 UNESCO World Heritage Sites waiting to be explored by them. Iran is a large country situated between the Sea of Oman, the Persian Gulf, and the Caspian Sea. Its neighboring countries are Iraq, Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Its capital city is Tehran, and the dominant language is Persian with a variety of dialects and accents. The used currency is Rial, and there is also the monetary unit of Toman. Each Toman is equivalent to 10 Rials. Iran is a country of multiple ethnic groups and cultures. The country is populated by Iranian Azeries, Kurds, Lurs, Armenians, Turkmens, Arabs, Assyrians, Georgians, and Jews. All of these groups have been living peacefully for years in the country. Shia Islam is undoubtedly the dominant religion in Iran, but there are also exist several religions such as Sunni, Zoroastrianism, Christianity, and Judaism.
The major cities of Iran are Tehran, which is the capital; Isfahan, Yazd, Shiraz, Tabriz, Mashhad, Kerman, Kermanshah, Hamedan, and some more. The beautiful Islands of Kish and Qeshm lie in the southern part of the country.
Iran has a variable climate. Winters are cold. Springs and falls are relatively mild, while summers are dry and hot. Having a suitable climate for traveling all across the country, Iran is a great place to travel all year round.
The most important feature we can highlight about Iran is the hospitality of its people. They are warm-hearted and always willing to welcome travelers. Although their official language is Farsi, a large majority of them, especially those working in travel agencies and hotels, speak English and some other languages like French and German. All the traffic signs are written both in Farsi and English. So travelers can get easily around in the cities. Tourists visiting Iran; hardly need a guidebook as long as local Iranians will help them around.