Kurdistan,Kurdish Tribes & Rural Lifestyle
Indulge yourself in Kurdistan to expand your knowledge by discovering hidden sides of Persian typical way of life in villages and far-distant locations, where rare tourists have ever visited. Unexpected settlements on hillsides Zagros mountain range give you an idea to have time-travel since four-digit years to contemporary era with unique architecture, costumes, traditions and lifestyle in quiet villages to explore outdoor galleries.
Uranamant village with a spectacular view of a fresh-air landscape built on a slope of Zagros mountain range hill in a deep integration with nature to show the distinguishing lifestyle in the western region of Persia. Exploring long-aged customs and traditions including culinary art, clothe and language is an identifying character of the villagers.
Khosro Abad mansion with unique design in heart of a historical complex shines as an architectural masterpiece in the centre of Sanandaj city.
How to Get There
There is no international airline flights available close to the city of Kurdistan, so you need to take a flight into one of the International Airports, then take a local flight to Kurdistan.
The best option is:
- Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA)
When to Visit
Kurdistan is alongside of Zagros mountain range with cold and rigid climate especially in winter, so it is highly recommended to travel there since the middle of March to the end of June and the beginning of September to the end of October.
How to Visit
Kurdistan is one of the mainland of Kurdish peopling Persia, so manage your trip to discover better Kurdish costumes, traditions, folklores and lifestyles, also take an excursion to touch distinctive village of Uranamant to experience an unbelievable lifestyle in the present era.
Kurdistan, Kurdish Tribes & Rural Lifestyle
Khosro Abad mansion,
09:00 A.M – 06:00 P.M 500.000 IRR
24 Hours Free of Charge
Note: Due to especial holidays the sites would be closed.
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