For the first time in Khuzestan province a tour for visitors who are blind to the Haft-Tappeh Museum and Chogha Zanbil Ziggurat was operated free of charge on Friday, 20th May 2016, by the Khuzestan Tourist Guides Association ( KHTGA), Susan Jahromi as a supervisor and Ali Kharrazi as a designer and operator. Read more
With the aim of supporting WFTGA 2017 Convention and overcoming any existing obstacles, the meeting was held on 16th May. Read more
Happiness is a boundless world in which smile is for all humanity.
Nowruz as the most splendid, popular, and ancient Iranian festival is deeply rooted in Zoroastrianism. Iranians celebrate New Year with revival of nature from wintertime. Ancientness, colorfulness, and affluent symbolism of Nowruz are comparable to other countries and nations’ beliefs and customs.
On the occasion of International Day of Persons with Disabilities on Tuesday, 8th December 2015, Pars Disabled Association, cooperating with Elham Khadem Hosseini, as one of the members of Tehran Tourist Guides Association, exhibited photos, paintings, and posters with the theme of Para tour in Ghasr Museum -Garden.
Having had a 10-day inspection, the inspectors of the World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations (WFTGA) endorsed Iran as a reliable and secure host for the 17th international convention in January 2017.
Inspectors from the World Federation of Tourist Guides Association (WFTGA) accepted and endorsed Iran as a reliable and secure host of the federation’s 17th international convention in January 2017 following a 10-day inspection.
- Pasargad, Aghamir Human Rights Cottage – A Knot in Peace Carpet
Arriving in Fars province, Kamin, the old central district in Pasargad, a universal heritage, welcomed the cross-country cycling team members whose aim is to support Iran WFTGA 2017 convention and its messages:
“Iran; Friendly Faces, Open Arms, Ancient Cultures, Timeless Charms”
To Support the Iran WFTGA 2017 Convention, IFTGA cyclist tourist guides team had visited Noshahar, Qom, Kashan, Isfahan and Shiraz. Read more
TEHRAN – Tour guides have a major role to play in building the future of Iran’s tourism industry and should be the core of it, the Vice President of the World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations (WFTGA) Ruby Roy said.
She described Iran as a country with “incredible historical and cultural treasures which were unforgettable”.