Namakdan Salt Cave ,Qeshm, Iran

Truly Qeshm Geopark is an island of wonders. Today we are going to learn about one of the greatest attractions in Qeshm, Namakdan Salt Cave. Salt caves are natural phenomena that occur mainly due to salt deposits inside the salt domes. One of these attractive and spectacular caves has been formed on this marvelous island. […]

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Top 10 Attractions In Qeshm Island

Unlike what you may imagine Iran has surprisingly beautiful islands such as Qeshm. But remember the beaches are not about beers, bikinis, getting tanned naked under the sun, etc. As you know we need to go with Iran’s dress code. However optimistically, this might be a good chance to chill out and enjoy the beach […]

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Afro Iranian People

Diverse, that’s the best word to describe Iranian people. one of the most unique ethnic groups that you probably never heard of is Afro-Iranians.

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Kolumba

Kolumba, also known as fish Halim, is one the most famous and traditional foods of Qeshm and Hormozgan province. This delicious food is made of fish, wheat, and vegetables (coriander and dill). In order to cook it, you first need to add wheat to boiling water. At the same time, fish needs to be cooked […]

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Qaleh Restaurant

Located on the Eastern coast of Qeshm Island, Qaleh Restaurant is famous for its unique seafood menu. The restaurant which is close to the famous Portuguese Castle of Qeshm is among the oldest on the island. Therefore, it is a favorite place among locals as well as tourists. Situated in a narrow alley, they provide you with […]

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Qeshm Local Costumes

Qeshm is the largest island of Iran, located near the Persian Gulf. It is famous for its welcoming people and rich culture. Local costumes of this island express their historical culture that is associated with their typical geographic conditions and their religious beliefs. Clothing People on Qeshm Island like the other tribes of Iran have […]

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Khaleh Restaurant

Near one of the most famous sites of Qeshm Island, Portugees Castle, a local woman that everyone calls her ‘aunt’ runs her own small traditional restaurant. Khaleh restaurant is not fancy and big but the foods are incomparable to any other restaurant on the Island. This restaurant is only open at nights and you can […]

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Shabhaye Talai

Shabhaye Talai is a beach restaurant located in Zeyton Park, Qeshm. It is designed with modern black furniture, palm trees, flower-blocks and lots of different varieties of lamps. Turquoise sea and wonderful silver beach of Persian Gulf alongside these shiny lamps create a magnificent night beach atmosphere. That’s why the owners called it Shabhaye Talai […]

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Persian Gulf

Eye-catching cerulean water with sparkling sunshine over it. You witness a remarkable sight with plenty of fresh air and a gentle breeze on your face, I am sure you must be thinking of something very fictional, but let me tell you that this is exactly how you’ll feel when you realize how stunning and rich […]

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Qeshm City Center Complex

Qeshm City Center Complex is the most modern shopping center in the Qeshm Island. It is located in Vali Asr Boulevard, exactly in the heart of the town. This complex is made of two buildings known as City Center One and Two which are connected by a bridge. City Center One was built in 2011 […]

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Poodini Kooseh, The Shark Dish

When you travel to a place like Qeshm Island, instead of going to fancy restaurants or fast foods, you should try local foods. Foods that cannot be found anywhere else in Iran. One of the most famous local foods in Qeshm is Poodini Kooseh (shark). You will need shark meat or flounder fish to make […]

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Qeshm Portuguese Castle

Known as the largest island in the Persian Gulf, Qeshm Island lies close to the strait of Hormuz with amazing rocky coastlines and natural wonders. The island also has some fantastic historical attractions, including a wondrous Portuguese castle. The castle is located on the northern side of Qeshm Island. It was constructed by Portuguese occupying-forces […]

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