Qeshm Tourism Exhibition will be held this January
Seven special committee is set up for the Qeshm Tourism Exhibition to be held from
1 to 4 January in Qeshm International Exhibition Hall.
The holding of a tourism exhibition focusing on the unique climate of the island and diverse handicrafts can strengthen the tourism filed of the region, providing a place for the country’s capabilities to the whole world.
local music festivals and local food festival as other side events of the exhibition and continued: The exhibition is dedicated to the visitors in its specialized section with five dedicated panels and a workshop on tourism economics, hotel electronics, tourism guides, handicrafts and packaging.
When most people think about travel in Iran, they think of Shiraz and Isfahan, the big brothers of Iranian history and civilization. Few think of Iran as an island destination when, in fact, there are two major islands: Kish and Qeshm. Both islands are free-trade zones, and foreign tourists require no visa for up to 14 days. These islands are not your ‘typical’ islands in the sense that you should not expect palm tree-lined beaches, but they are rich in terms of ecotourism and ecotourism. Qeshm, the largest, dolphin-shaped Persian Gulf Island has a plethora of natural attractions, from pristine islands to forests, valleys to caves, and all the wildlife and cultural heritage in between.
The best season to visiting these islands is between November and December which is warm and pleasant day time temperatures, coupled with right amount of dampness in the air. The days are sunny, and the average temperature is 74℉ ~ 24 °C which is just perfect to put on those sneakers and go exploring Qeshm.
Rainbow Valley is a geologist’s dream and an inspiration for artists and nature enthusiasts. Imagine a narrow valley with multi-hued earth and sand and colorful mountains in shades of red, purple, yellow, ochre and blue – the result of the uneven cooling of molten rock. On all sides, patches of color form geometric patterns. This awesomely photogenic natural site is at its best in the late afternoon.
One of the most spectacular natural sites on Qeshm Island, the Valley of Stars features a series of majestic gorges and canyons that were formed over centuries by erosion. Wandering amid the valley is a magical experience – it’s like stepping into a Dalí painting.
This picturesque village enjoys a long beach where hawksbill and green turtles lay their eggs between April and July. Residents of Shibderaz work in shifts to protect the eggs from predators, and you’ll be able to watch the action at night (from a distance, of course). The village is also the obvious base for those who want to visit nearby Hengam Island or take a dolphin-watching excursion.