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Traveling to Iran with Children; How to Prepare your Kids
This is what happened to me when I traveled to Iran in October. A few from our group of six posing with the nomads at a Qashgai Camp. During my visit to Iran I wondered how best to describe this trip because there was so much to tell. First, I could provide our day itinerary and explain colorful details about each spectacular city we visited: Tabriz, Zanjan, Yazd, Tehran, Shiraz, Firuzabad, Yasuj, and Isfahan, but my written piece would be way too long.
If you have got a child or children curious to know about history and diversity of culture, and nature while you are always interested to keep their wisdom on, you most probably are feeling joy discovering the world by their side throughout the pure sense of exploration of them, then welcome to the land of "yet to be explored" of the great emperors of Persia, once was stretched from far orients to high Occident lands. This sounds like a great idea, a way to imprint invaluable memories on the mind of your children. Of course, when traveling with kids, you have to consider their own safety and comfort first. There are no needs to worry about safety, as Iran is among the safest destinations to travel to, even for solo women travelers. As a parent, your main concern will be to pay attention to the cars and motorcycles while walking on the sidewalks and crossing the streets.