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Alam-Kuh: second highest mountain

Alam-Kuh is the second highest mountain of Iran. there are two main routes of reaching it, through Hesarchal and Alamchal. it has the possiblity of ro...

Damavand: history, routes, and shelters

Damavand Mountain is in Mazandaran Province in Iran. It has four main routes, with the south route being the most common and easiest one. The IFMSC lo...

2nd year of eco-camp on Damavand & Alam-Kuh

Atour Adventure Group set up its eco-camp for the second year in Damavand and Alam-Kuh, following the latest International trends of eco-camp and with...

Get a cheap SIM Card in Iran

Iranian SIM is cheap and you might find yourself in sudden need of Google Maps, so I highly recommend it. You can ask at your hotel/hostel where is th...

Funny Facts – Crossing the Road

Crossing the Road is Probably the Most Dangerous in Iran Crossing the road in Iran is terrifying. Seriously, I’d never want to drive in Iran as traf...

How to get Iran visa at the Airport

If you’re worried about the hassle of getting a visa to Iran, fear not! Citizens of many countries are eligible for a visa on arrival for up to 30 d...

Iran a great place for backpacking

Many people don’t consider a country like Iran to be good for backpacking. But they’re wrong. Iran is the ultimate backpacking destination. Iran i...

Bisotun Rock Climbing festivals

to all the climbers participating in this magnificent festival, and particularly, to the foreign rock climbers and members of the international organi...

What’s the best time to travel to Iran?

Iran is a big country, so temperatures differ. For instance, when I was visiting Iran in late March it was freezing cold in Tabriz and Tehran, but ver...