People think of spring as a time or rebirth and the promise of relief from cold. But to many countries in Central Asia, especially Iran Afghanistan and Tajikistan, there’s more to it than that. The arrival of spring is all about a long lasting tradition, a celebration rooted in history and the glorification of growth. For the Iranian people, years begin at Iranian New Year which is widely known as Nowruz on March 21. Nowruz is a time for families to be together. Wherever they are, people are expected to be home to celebrate the festival with their families. Want to know more about our traditions during Nowruz? Follow our stories and posts in the upcoming days.
Monday, March 18, 2019
Sunday, March 17, 2019
Sometimes you want to experience as much as you can and make the most out of a trip. As a result, you may end up cramming in as much sightseeing as possible during your stay in a country. Beom, our Chines passenger, in company with Hakha explored Iran in March and packed in a lot in his itinerary, as he wanted to explore South to North of Iran in a short period. After he had set his priorities, asked Uppersia team to manage day tours and book transport tickets for unique experiences in Iran. This is a great country from where you can take interesting both short and long trips. If you do not want to miss out the complete fun that this country has to offer in a short time, don’t hesitate to contact Uppersia local travel experts.
|Beom in company with Hakh in Alamut Castle|
Saturday, March 16, 2019
For many travelers, experiencing another culture, means something far different from visiting museums, archeological ruins, and national monuments. Droves of other travelers who travel to Iran want to experience other culture by trying on nomadic traditional clothing and feel most immersed in different world. The dress of Qashqai nomadic tribe is composed of multiple gathered skirts, tunics (keynak) with slit at the sides, covered with short jackets (arkhaloq) with pointed sleeves. Colorful glass beads, coins and attractive purling are extraordinary ornamentation used in special occasions. The professional tour guide of Uppersia team, Ali, lent our Australian and European guests a hand to dress one of the world's instantly recognizable traditional garments in Shiraz.
|Our guest in Kahkaran nomadic tribe|