Want to spend the day and camp overnight with the Iran’s Nomadic community?
The professional team from Gasht Tours offer a 1.5-day experience where you rise early in the morning to the voice of shepherds taking their cattle for grazing. Enjoy a traditional nomadic breakfast and learn about their simple way of life. Nomads Ghashghai are the most generous people who protect their old traditions. At night, stay in a fully-facilitated camp beside the Nomad’s black tents.
Best time to visit? As the Nomads migrate, you can visit them in any season, but we recommend April, May, September, and October.
Who are the Nomadic people? Also known as nomads, these communities move from one place to another, rather than setting down in one location. Nomads move periodically usually returning to their previous location at various times of the year.
There are three kinds of nomads: hunter-gatherers, pastoral nomads, and peripatetic nomads.
Nomadic hunter-gatherers are probably the original lifestyle of most indigenous people globally; they subsist harvesting seasonally available wild plants and game.
Pastoralists raise livestock and move with them so as not to deplete pasture beyond recovery in any one area.
Peripatetic nomads are more common in industrialized nations traveling from place to place offering a trade wherever they go.
Spend a day with Iran’s nomadic community and enjoy a glimpse into how life probably used to be for your early ancestors!
Traditional food and drinking water
English speaking guide and transport
Camping equipment and fully-equipped camp
Transportation and experienced driver to the camp
Spend the day and camp overnight with a nomadic community
What's Not Included
Tips / Gratuity
2 Al Nessnass St - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
USD 105 for
This is a day and overnight camping experience where you get a glimpse into the life of Iran’s nomadic community.
• Enjoy a traditional-nomadic breakfast
• Watch them tend to their livestock and daily chores
• Camp overnight in a fully-facilitated camp close by to the Nomad’s black tents
• Return back to the city