Tuesday, May 7, 2024

A mystical odyssey through Iran, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan intertwined in a single voyage.


If you have previously traveled to Iran with Uppersia Travel tours and explored the classic route of Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz, and Yazd, or if this is your first time venturing to Iran and Central Asia with ample time to explore both, we have an exciting tour for you. This 16 day-tour commences in Tehran, then takes you on an overland journey from Mashhad to Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. The driving distances between cities range from 1 to 4 hours, with a train ride between Khiva and Bukhara. Enjoy comfortable hotel stays along with delightful Yurt camping experiences in Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

Saturday, March 9, 2024

Planning a trip to Iran in March 2024 may be a head-scratcher


Iran trip March 2024 Ramadan Nouruz In 2024, the Nowruz Persian holidays will coincide with the Ramadan holy month in Iran. Nowruz presents an excellent opportunity to explore Iran, despite crowded monuments and fully booked hotels, due to the pleasant weather, exposure to significant Persian traditions, and interactions with locals. However, the restrictions on eating in public during Ramadan may pose challenges for travelers in Iran, offering a unique chance to witness the observance of Ramadan in the country.

Exploring Iran during the 2024 Nowruz Persian holidays when it coincides with the Ramadan holy month will provide a rich tapestry of experiences for travelers. While monuments may be bustling with visitors and hotels fully booked, the pleasant weather and the chance to immerse oneself in significant Persian traditions make it a truly special time to visit.

Interacting with locals during Nowruz allows travelers to witness the vibrant celebrations and cultural practices that have been passed down through generations. The warmth and hospitality of the Iranian people during this festive period create lasting memories for visitors.

However, the restrictions on eating in public during Ramadan add an extra layer of cultural immersion for travelers. While it may pose challenges, it also offers a unique opportunity to witness the observance of Ramadan in Iran firsthand. The peaceful atmosphere during the day and the lively gatherings at night provide a deeper understanding of the spiritual significance of this holy month for the Muslim community.

Overall, the convergence of Nowruz and Ramadan in 2024 in Iran promises a one-of-a-kind travel experience that combines rich cultural heritage, warm hospitality, and the opportunity to witness the intersection of two important traditions in the country.