Homestay Tours in Iran | Live like a local
Tourists recently are not being treated as before when visiting other countries. People have discovered that what really interests them is not just the beauty of cultural and historical places. What they really enjoy is to spend some days in a place that enables them to experience the real life of its people. They would love to see how people work, live, eat, communicate and etc. That is why it is internationally accepted that being a tourist is getting close to being a citizen of the destination. Tourism has changed and finished all limitations and has created a brand new definition. Now it is time to follow it.
Citizenship deals greatly with certain items among which People, Place and Plate are the most important ones, a good abbreviation for that would be 3P.
People are important as tourists would like to communicate with locals. They learn from each other and both sides are interested in sharing their culture. So without people, culture does not live.
Place is another item without which travel has no meaning. When travelling, you have a new place in your mind and you arrange everything according to that certain place.
The last but not the least is Plate which has a lot to say for tourists. Food has been always a motivation not only for foodie people, but also for those who are interested in other people's culture.
All these issues have caused us to make an itinerary that basically focuses on 3P, People, Place and Plate. By this itinerary you would be able to experience our people, our places and our food or Plate. You are going to be with our people and enjoy your time with them, in their own houses. This way you would be treated like a citizen of Iran and would be one of us. You would learn how to cook some Iranian food and enjoy cooking it. When you are back to your country, you are able to invite your friends and family and serve them with this traditional delicious food.
Tehran > Kashan > Isfahan > Shiraz > Firoozabad > Shiraz > Tehran
In this itinerary you would be able to experience real Iran first hand. Enjoying local activities, staying in local homes and attending local gatherings.