Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Termeh Textile


There is no denying that travelers are always on the lookout for gifts and souvenirs to bring home—a memorable thing that will help to remind them of their exciting trip. Our suggestion as locals is Termeh, one of the most valuable, most exquisite and most well-known crafts in Iran, which express something immediate and palpable about our country. Termeh is the name given to a specialty nice cloth which is woven since Safavi era in Iran and originated in Yazd. This kind of cloth is hand-woven and primarily produced with high quality raw materials and fibers. Being sensitive, careful and time-consuming work, are behind the reasons that make this kind of handicraft expensive.



Termeh, one of the most valuable, most exquisite and most well-known crafts in Iran, which express something immediate and palpable about our country. Termeh is the name given to a specialty nice cloth which is woven since Safavi era in Iran and originated in Yazd.
A British happy couple are drinking Iranian tea in a Terme store in yazd

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Iran Eliminates Entry and Exit Stamps on Travelers’ Passports



It’s a good news that Iran eliminates entry and exit stamps on travelers’ passports and easing entry rules. Iranian government has decided to stop stamping travelers’ passports while receiving Iran visa. This includes all the nationalities who were allowed to receive Visa On Arrival. They can now receive their visa on arrival at the selected airports without Iran visa stamp on their passports.  Are you still uncertain to explore Iran? Together with her spouse, Cynthia an American citizen, is embarking on a journey to focus on her dreams and her passion for travel to Iran.  Ali, our well-informed tour guide, accompanied this adventurous family to chase their own dreams!



Cynthia an American citizen, is embarking on a journey to focus on her dreams and her passion for travel to Iran
Cynthia, an American citizen, is embarking on a journey to Iran