iran travel – Private Iran Tours 2017 http://www.irtouring.com Fri, 28 Jul 2017 08:35:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.3 Iran for female travelers http://www.irtouring.com/iran-for-female-travelers/ Wed, 26 Jun 2013 07:34:43 +0000 http://themes.themegoods2.com/proxima/?p=1133 Traveling as a solo women in Iran, Safe and great Experience awaits you Tips for Women (single female) travelers in Iran, find what to wear, read about local customs, society and safety while travel in Iran . As a solo female to travel to Iran It is […]

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Traveling as a solo women in Iran, Safe and great Experience awaits you

Tips for Women (single female) travelers in Iran, find what to wear, read about local customs, society and safety while travel in Iran . As a solo female to travel to Iran It is a good idea to understand the culture of Iran before going there. Most women whom planning a trip to Iran will already be aware of some of the cultural and social conventions that affect women travelers.

What to wear when traveling in Iran?

This is a hot topic and already a big concern as most younger women wear a jean headscarf and a shorter and more fashionable ‘Manteau’ which covers their bottom. Inside the home most people wear ‘western’ clothing. the dress code is simple and unlike the general belief you dont have to wear whole black.

Iran for female travelers

I am a solo female, can i travel to Iran on my own?

As long as you confirm to local customs and attitudes just like any country you travel to and take normal and common sense precautions, however, violence against foreign solo female who travel inside Iran is almost unheard, of course you should take normal safety precautions.

In addition, violent crime, including assault is less common in Iran. No one can predict the future or what will happen to any individual traveler, but many single female traveler have reported they feel safer in Iran than other destinations they have been before. Take common-sense precautions and observe local norms.

How is the public transportation for a single female tourist in Iran?

Interestingly, many local women also approach western women on the public transportation in cities like Tehran, Shiraz and Esfahan. Many tourists rely on public transportation which is very safe, clean and reasonable way to travel inside Iran. when you take a bus to travel you will be seated beside women, while Train travel in Iran has a separate car for women and you will be seated with the women.

Another interesting fact that is not often addressed in standard travel tips and guides is the willingness of Iranian female to help female travelers in any way they can. Many women travelers in Iran report that Iranian women have helped when they are lost, or if they have just appeared fatigued or upset.

Look to hire an authorized tour guide

Most travelers to Iran will rely on the services of Local Iranian tour guides, this is due in part to language barriers, a desire to get detailed information about some of the historic sites in an ancient country like Iran, or to get a good experience of “real” Iranian life, and also to focus on the surroundings instead of trying to navigate unknown towns, cities and streets.

While this is a great idea, women travelers in Iran should look to travel with a licensed tourist guide in order to be sure that all possible social conventions are followed such as issues around photography, dress, dining and social or cultural behaviors.

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Traveling to Iran with children http://www.irtouring.com/traveling-to-iran-with-children/ Wed, 22 Jun 2011 15:16:30 +0000 http://www.gallyapp.com/tf_themes/atlas_wp/?p=53 Traveling to Iran with children got a very warm response and are welcome everywhere you travel in Iran. It’s not unusual to see Iranian children out with their parents in parks or shops by late night. All Pharmacies sell formula milk, baby food and disposable nappies […]

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Traveling to Iran with children got a very warm response and are welcome everywhere you travel in Iran. It’s not unusual to see Iranian children out with their parents in parks or shops by late night. All Pharmacies sell formula milk, baby food and disposable nappies for infants. Try to take a mosquito net for a buggy, and a parasol for sun protection.

Virtually all hotels, large and small, can accommodate children of any age in cribs, cots or roll-away beds. Many lodgings have several family-friendly rooms with one large double bed and one single bed. Family suites are also becoming popular: adjoining bedrooms with kitchenette and perhaps two bathrooms.

All hotels are happy to accommodate families with children, and finding a good location to stay should not present any difficulties. Everyone in Iran will do their best to help with any challenges to travel with a child or children.

Traveling to Iran with children

Why difficult? In fact there are many opportunities for special activates like taking your children to bird gardens in Esfahan, or let them enjoy the flower garden in Shiraz, or take them to beautiful parks in Tehran so then can play and enjoy their time.

Public toilets rarely have changing tables (as in the USA), so you may have to improvise, but Persians will go out of their way to help in any situation, however, toilets in the airports and big bus stations have changing room for babies.

Tips for traveling to Iran with children

One of the first items to consider is to treat minor ailments and when to seek for medical treatments, so, make sure the children are up to date with the routine vaccines well before travel to Iran as some vaccines are not suitable for children aged under one year old.

In hot summer times, dry climates cause wound or break in the skin that may lead to infection, Iranian cities are very clean and well organized but try to avoid contaminated foods and water if you takes any tours to smaller area, if you travel in Iran with your kids and children and they have vomiting or already experiencing diarrhea, lost fluid and salts must be replaces. It may be helpful to take re-hydration powders for reconstituting with boiled water.

You won’t see many dogs in Iran, but if you do, Children should avoid them, simply because of the risk of rabies. Any bite, scratch or lick from a warm-blooded, furry animal should immediately be thoroughly cleaned. If there is any possibility that the animal is infected with rabies, immediate medical assistance should be sought.

Passport and Visa requirements for children

All children, regardless of their age will require a valid passport and a visa to for traveling to Iran, read more about Iran visa requirement.

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