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Alex SohAll the guides are good.

 
I did not spend a lot of time (only half a day) with Hakim (Tehran) but he is nice and gave me a lot of personal details about Iran. I wish I had more time with him.  We connected quite well.
 
Vacani at Kerman is knowledgeable although he is always busy with his personal things. But he's still ok as a guide.

Alex SohAll the guides are good.

 
I did not spend a lot of time (only half a day) with Hakim (Tehran) but he is nice and gave me a lot of personal details about Iran. I wish I had more time with him.  We connected quite well.
 
Vacani at Kerman is knowledgeable although he is always busy with his personal things. But he's still ok as a guide.

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Mehdi at Yadz is a wonderful and helpful guide, and took great care of me when I had the ankle accident, even asking his friend to visit me when he was tied up, although he rushed to the hospital quickly.

Darius is very knowledgeable since he's a professor in history, and I learned a lot from him, and he is very helpful.

My favorite guide for the trip is Hojat from Esfahan, mostly because I spent the longest time with him, and he really brought me to a lot of places in Esfahan and even to meet his talented son, and I learnt a lot about Iranian culture from him.

All in all it was a great trip because of the guides and the people. I have posted some of my Iran photos on my Facebook page "Alex Bluefishcake", in case you need to convince future tourists what a beautiful country you have!

Oh, and thanks for the present. Take care,

Alex

 

after being home for almost one week I would like to take the time to thank you again very much for your help and support you gave us in Iran.
As you probably realized, we had to change and shorten our travel plan in Iran for personal reasons.
But despite the short time we spent there, we had a wonderful and unforgettable holiday.
We really loved the sights your country has to offer and were absolutely amazed at the openness of the people.
But I write this e-mail especially to thank you again for all the help you gave us, the way everything worked out perfect with our hotels,
and the time you invested even on your holiday, as it happened in Shiraz.
If I ever plan to visit Iran again ( no plans at the moment), of course I would like to contact you again.
Once again, thank you very much for your help.

Best Regards

Joerg Waizmann

 

 
 

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