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Never mind what the governments or foreign secretaries say about traveling to Iran. Here atincredibleiran.com, we think you should also consider what your fellow citizens say about traveling to Iran.

Iran is full of surprises; it has a population of over 70 million, most of whom were born after the 1979 revolution. Iranians are far removed from the dour and menacing stereotype often portrayed on the 10 o'clock news. The ordinary people are by far amongst some of the friendliest nations in the world.



Iran's most precious jewel is its people. Lonely Planet calls them warm and fascinating people, and Will Hide, a London-based travel journalist writing for the Times, has concluded after returning from his trip to Iran that this country has the friendliest people in the world. The hospitality of ever-smiling Iranians is sincere and simple - they are always eager to help travelers, offer a cup of tea, pay for your lunch or invite home for dinner.

 

Iran has surprised many, particularly amongst the traveling community. For a lot of people: Iran isn’t at top of their destination list but once they visit for the first time, they keep coming back but with their families.

Even though Iran’s tourism industry hasn’t reached its true potential but it has recently surpassed the global averages. From 2004 to 2010, the annual increase in tourists visiting foreign countries was 3.2 percent worldwide, according to the UN World Tourism Organization. Iran’s figures over the same period show tourism here grew at a much faster clip--12.7 percent.

Rick Steves is one of the most famous travel journalists in the world. He has written many books on travel and travel guides and he has a global audience on Discovery Channel and also on Public television in the United States, thanks to his amazing travel shows. He has visited Iran and like many, was quite surprised by what he saw. He made a documentary about his trip to Iran, you can watch it here:

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Graham Hughes, a Guinness Book World Record holder, is the only person on planet earth that has visited every UN-recognised country in the world - including some unrecognized territories - traveling only on land and by sea. This is what he had to say about Iran:

Iran was the country that least lived up to preconceptions, becoming the highlight of my trip. I was warmly welcomed into people's homes, invited for dinner, and helped along the way - it was incredible.

Read the full article here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-19818883

 

Flexible Iran Tour Options & Extenstions

  • Spicing up your itinerary with a visit to the pearl of Persian Gulf can be the perfect send off before you end your journey to Iran.

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  • The northern coasts of Iran, are the proof of its diversity in term of landscape and climate. The Caspian Sea coasts stretch out on over 372 miles. Orange and lemon trees, rice-fields and tea plantations line the coast, which is flanked by mangroves and marshes.

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  • Qeshm is the largest island in the Persian Gulf, with rocky coastlines that protects a mountainous and often beautiful interior. The coast is dotted with small villages and towns.
       

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  • This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend time with Iranian Nomads and learn about their culture and way of life which have not changed for centuries.

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  • Modern skiing, or skiing as we currently know it, came to Iran around the year 1930, roughly 85 years after the first modern ski competitions took place in the world.

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  • Iran’s religious sites don’t just appeal to the followers of Shiite Islam; the mixture of art, architecture and culture attracts visitors from all walks of life. Adding a visit to these holy shrines to your current itinerary familiarizes you with a more traditional and religious way of Iranian life and the post Islamic architecture will simply take your breath away. These tours can be arranged for the following cities

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  • Desert Tours in Iran is one of the popular Iran Tours which allows the tourists to browse the scenery of the sand dunes and salt marshes of the country.

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  • Apart from all its historical and cultural highlights, Iran is a country with a great diversity in natural attractions such as Spa resorts.

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Our Most Popular Tour Packages

  • The relationship between Iran and India is one of the oldest and strongest in the modern history. The existence of several empires spanning both Persia and India ensured the constant migration of people between the two regions and the spread and evolution of the Indo-Iranian language groups.

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  • Probably no country in the world is more mischaracterized in Western eyes than Iran, it's easy to forget that behind all of the politics, ordinary folks are living their ordinary lives not all that different from anywhere else.

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  • Although you are interested in visiting old Persia, you do not have that much time? This 5-day tour is designed for you. You can visit Tehran the capital of Iran and also two famous metropolises of this country -Isfahan, and Shiraz - in only 5 days plus 6 UNESCO World Heritages and many other attractions.

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  • With only spending 7 days in Iran, this tour offers you the essence of this country. Visiting famous cities of Tehran, Isfahan and Shiraz you can also have a tour of Kashan and Abyaneh. You can also visit 6 UNESCO World Heritages of Iran in this brief time.

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