Inhabitants of the big, crowded and developed cities would find it an interesting experience to spend some time with an Iranian nomad family. An Iranian nomad Yurt is very pure and plain: The sky is the tent’s ceiling, the yard is the mountain, water comes from the nearest spring, and the food is gained from the nature. Everything in such a life style is so simple yet there is no limit for its beauty.
When to visit Iranian nomads?
Iranian nomads usually change their place twice a year and do set up the tents for 3 to 6 months. Spring, Summer and early autumn are the ideal seasons to visit Iranian nomads and stay with them, even though winter visit is also possible depends on the climate conditions Hence YEYLAQ Tour is designed for spring & summer and QESHLAQ Tour is designed for autumn & winter visit.
Where to visit Nomads?
Qashqai nomads are settled in the north of Fars province in the summer, and in the winter they move towards south of Fars and the shores of the Persian Gulf. Bakhtiari nomads are settled in the western Isfahan (Chaharmahal Bakhtiari province) during spring and summer and in winter they move towards northern Khuzestan. Shahsvan nomads are settled in Azerbaijan province and Kurdish tribes are settled in Kurdistan.