expérience dans l’organisation de voyages pour des touristes venant de partout
dans le Monde nous conforte dans l’idée qu’ils considèrent l’hospitalité
iranienne comme l’une des plus uniques et distinctives qualités du peuple
iranien. C’est cette caractéristique des iraniens qui attire la plupart des
touristes, mais malheureusement , à cause du peu d’informations et à certaines
informations erronées au sujet de l’Iran,la réalité n’est pas toujours telle
qu’ils se l’imaginent.
nous avons l’intention de mener un sondage auprès des touristes visitant l’Iran
afin d’établir qu’elle est la situation actuelle de l’hospitalité dans notre
Nous avons basé
notre recherche sur l’opinion des touristes qui visitent notre agence au centre
–ville de Chiraz.
Afin de prouver la
réalité de l’hospitalité du peuple iranien à tous les voyageurs du monde entier,
nous prions tous ceux qui veulent nous aider dans notre entreprise de venir nous
voir lors de leur passage à Chiraz ou de remplir le questionnaire ci-dessous
accompagné de leur photo pour être ajouté à notre liste.
: Iran is famous for his glorious monuments, but also for the hospitality of his
people. Those were the reasons why I came
here, and was not disappointed at all. You will always find people ready to help, even taxi drivers... Here, you will understand what is to be a guest.
: Iran is a very friendly country. There is always somebodyavailable
to help you if you have a problem, and the lack of knowledge of Farsiis not a
barrier, because the people do their best in order to help you, without
anything in exchange. They can expend much of their time with the onlypurpose of
helping you. However, you have to be cautious about those people whichcan make a
profit lying you, specially taxi drivers and some hotel owners. Prepare toenjoy an
extremely safe country for the tourist, where every problem or doubt gets
help of the population.
: M.A. Mathematics & Applied Linguistic
Entrance : 30/06/04 Length :
Occupation : Students of Mathematics&Applied
Linguistics Cities : Tabriz, Tehran, Isfahan,
Kashan, Shiraz, Yazd, Mashhad Location
: Spain & Poland
Comments : The best souvenirs that you can bring home from
Iran are memories of people's hospitality and warmth. Several times per day any
tourist can hear "Welcome to Iran". Moreover, you will be invited to a
cup of tea at least by one hundred of Iranians. If you are lucky, you will be a
visitor to somebody's house and will be given an opportunity to spend pleasant
time withtheir family. For a European
it's surprising, for an Iranian it seems to be natural and enjoyable. Thanks to such warm gestures and words, we forgot
to miss our own countries! Motashakkeram!
: Master of business management Entrance :
6th July 2004 Length : 2 weeks
Occupation : Manager & Editor Cities
: Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz and rural areas Location :
IRAN - THE COUNTRY OF HOSPITALITY.
I could not think of a better place in the world for travel explorations and
unique adventures than in Iran. But first and foremost I will remember the
hospitality of the people.
Based on my experiences during almost 20 years of traveling, I have never got a
stronger feeling of being a guest in a country rather than a tourist. It made me
feel so well meeting all the nice Iranian people both smiling and saying hello
to me. All around in Iran I have been invited to private homes. The Iranians
are really opened minded and have a good heart. Visiting nomadic tribes in the
mountains will forever be an
I would like to thank everyone in Iran who made my tour so successful. Especially
I would like thankthe nomadic tribes as the Bakhtiaris, Qashqais and Lor for
showing their best hospitality. These people are really great. I hope they will
stay strong in the future and manage to retain their uniquelifestyle and
Go to Iran and you will feel how to be a real guest! The more effort you make to
know the Iranians,the richer your experience will be.
From the bottom of my heart I will just say:
MY MEMORIES ABOUT THE GREAT PEOPLE IN IRAN WILL BURN AS AN INTERNAL FLAME IN MY HEART FOREVER.
Warmest greetings from a Norwegian Viking
Mashhad location =
France Comments =How
many times was I invited to share a lunch, a dinner, even more?
How many times were the taxi drivers happy to offer the drives?
Definitively , Iranian people are warm, friendly, so curious and open minded.
Did I tell you all the laughs we had in
, in museums with them?
will come back to Iran with my wife ASAP .
I made so many friends that If I could settle down in Iran
Martin Sikovc, Leon Andrejka,
Entrance = 15.7.2004
Length = 20 days
Occupation = students
= Shiraz, Persepolis, Isfahan, Yazd, Teheran, Qazvin .... location =
comments = We must say that the first
thing that we were positively surprised about when we entered
was the Iranian hospitality. On every step you can meet a lot of people who are
prepared to help
Moreover there are also very curious about that where you come from and it isn't
a rare thing that
invite you to their home for a dinner just to talk about your country and your
culture. That is why we
to have very nice memory about Iran and their people.
Thank you for those 20 great days in Iran.
Martin, Leon and Matjaz
Jurgen and Sibylle
Entrance = 8 August 2004Length =16 days
=Shiraz, Yazd, Isfahan, Tehran
comments = Iran has proven to be a
real pearl of the Middle East. Western tourists are still relatively rare and
people are friendly and welcoming and treat the guest as a king wherever
It appears to be strange that this country is on the same world as the
overdeveloped tourist spots everywhere else.
Occupation = Network Administrator/ Network Engineer
=Tehran, Kerman, Yazd, Shiraz,
location = United States
= We had heard from other
travelers about Iranian hospitality, but it is something that you have to
experience for yourself. We are half way through our trip at this point and have
been overwhelmed by the friendliness and graciousness of Iranians we have met.
Of course, it is obvious we are foreigners, so many people have come up to us in
the streets to practice their English or just welcome us. When we tell people we
are from the United States, they are often surprised, but make sure that we
understand that problems between governments are not problems between people and
that we are quite welcome here. In fact, as there are so few Americans here
people have been especially interested in meeting us. It's been an incredible
experience so far.
Lisa and Ulrike Walzel
Education =university degreelocation =GermanyEntrance =18.09.2004Length =3 weeks Occupation
= teacher and studentCities
Shiraz, Kerman, Yazd Comments
When we arrived in Teheran we did not really know how people would react to
us - two women traveling on their own in Iran. At home we had heard some
But up to now we have just had good experiences.
Everybody helps us in the street, everyone is
extremely friendly. We were invited by a lot of
people for a cup of tea or we talked for a while and they did all their best
- arranging bus tickets, finding bakeries, haggling in the bazar...
Iran is definitely the land with the greatest hospitality. Thanks to
16 days Cities
Under den korta tid jag varit har har jag mott en enastaende gastfrihet. Det
borjade redan pa flyget ner dar de som satt bredvid mig pa flyget berattede
om landet och aven lamnade tel nr. Jag har aven traffat och
atit lunch och middag med flera.a jag kommer hem kan jag rekommendera vanner
att besoka landet.
Thank you in advance for your care and support!
2 Oct 2004
Occupation = communication manager
Tehran, Shiraz (Persepolis), Yazd,
Location = Austria
comments = I am very happy to be able to experience the Iranian hospitality.
I have traveled the world, but never received such a warm welcome as in
Iran. The Iranians go out of there way to help, to present you the Iranian
culture, which is very rich, and the Iranian lifestyle. Please come and
experience yourself this warmth and friendliness!