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Tip to the Trip

Important Points to Consider Before Booking a Hotel in Iran

One of the most important parts of planning any vacation is booking the perfect accommodation. You not only want a comfortable, peaceful place to rest your head at night, but also one that makes you feel right at home because let’s face it, it will be your home while you’re away. To that end, we’ve prepared some important points to consider before booking a hotel in Iran. And while these tips are practical enough to be applied any time you’re looking to book a hotel anywhere in the world, we think they are especially relevant in making your stay in Iran as pleasant as possible as well as making for a most memorable trip. So let’s dive right into them!

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Tip to the Trip

Cycling in Iran – are you crazy?

In the age of carbon-neutral travel and the ever continuing quest to traverse the path less traveled, cycle travel has become a worldwide trend. Therein begs the question, is it possible to cycle in Iran? Absolutely, yes! And it is more common than you think. But before you decide to bike across one of the world’s most misunderstood countries, there are some things you should know.

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Travel Guides

A Backpacker’s Guide to Iran – May 2019

Backpacking is defined as low cost, independent travel. Backpacking in Iran is defined as extremely low cost, intrepid adventure with everything from modern art galleries to 4,000 year old archaeological sites. In this post, I give you the scoop on a backpack’s guide to Iran (on a budget!).

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Travel Guides

Iran Stop Stamping Tourists’ Passport

During the Obama administration and in the wake of the Nuclear Deal, Iran was turning into a popular holiday destination. Even Britain removed their travel warning for Iran subject to what they announced as “decreasing hostility under President Rohani’s Government”. During this time, everything changed for travelers and Iranians alike. Improving international relations meant Iranians themselves could travel more freely and foreign tourists felt safe visiting Iran.

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