Entries by Farima Fehrest

Uraman Takht, A village hidden within a mountain

Uraman Takht might be an old village, but its scenery never fails to surprise any generation. From extraordinary architecture design to beautiful creations of nature. Planning a trip over to Uraman Takht will not disappoint you in any way. Enjoy the locals’ traditional foods by the roaring rivers to wash away the exhaustion off of […]

Happy World Tourism Day 2021

2021 theme of the World Tourism Day has put forward a fundamental aim of the industry, which is “Tourism for Inclusive Growth”. Tourism industry offers an unlimited potential for every country, business, and individual to be engaged with the industry and benefit from the positive impacts. As COVID-19 pandemic has affected all countries, this year […]

Traveling to Iran during Muharram

Muharram, the first month of lunar year for Muslims, accompanies some rituals and religious practices all around Iran. The Day of Ashura is the most important religious holiday in Iran and if you happen to be in Iran on this special day, you will experience a different atmosphere in the country. Iranian people commemorate Karbala […]

Trans-Iranian Railway Inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage

The Trans-Iranian railway was inscribed as UNESCO world heritage in July, 2021. This is the longest railway on the list of UNESCO, and Iran’s first industrial heritage that has been recognized for its “outstanding universal value”. The number of Iran’s UNESCO-listed tangible cultural heritage has now reached 25. The construction of the railway dates back […]

Iran started vaccination against COVID-19

We are happy to announce that, just like many other countries, Iran started vaccination against COVID-19 last week. Medical staffs are the first groups to receive the Covid-19 vaccine, and the vaccination process will continue for senior citizens over 65 and then vulnerable patients in the next stages. According to the Iran Ministry of Health and […]

Saffron harvest season in Iran

By early November, many farmworkers including women and men are getting involved in the intricate process of saffron harvest, a product also known as the “Red Gold”. Planting this purple flower and harvesting its precious product has a long history in Iran and the country is considered the first producer of saffron with 350 tones […]

Classic Persian Recipes

It took Persian cuisine more than 3000 years to become what it is today. The long history, ancient culture, and diverse climatic conditions coming from the vastness of the country have all influenced Persian Cuisine.  If you are a foodie, we recommend you put Iran on your bucket list, there are thousands of Persian recipes […]