A look at nomad's lifestyle, the constant travelers
Nomadic life is a life style has a history as long as human life on earth. Nomadism and nomadic life is a collection of tangible and intangible cultural and natural heritage that is preserved in the thousand years of historical memory of mankind. In today's world, the journey of nomads from countryside to the winter quarters, and vice versa, illustrates the most enduring connection between human society and nature. Nomadism is a daily struggle for survival, Not only human survival, rather an attempt to keep natural resources preserved during migration. In this regard, the cultural structure of the nomads is the collection of traditional and environmental knowledge and perceptions that has evolved and been applied throughout history.
Legacy of nomadism and nomadic lifestyle are remarkable because of their differences with the common lifestyle. This difference is enough to make many Eco-tourists interested in visiting and getting acquainted with the phenomenon of migration and migrants. What doubles the attraction of nomad lifestyle is that joining the nomads gives tourists an unrivaled opportunity to experience both cultural and natural activities, it means a complete itinerary for a large part of the modern migrants (tourists) that often seek the simultaneous experience of history, culture and nature in one journey.
Just the fact that the Iranian nomads offer a unique, invaluable, and unrepeatable lifestyle of societies found only in a few parts of the world, is adequate to make migration and everything associated with that, a unique tourist attraction. if you're interested in experiencing Nomadic lifestyle you can register your name for our tours the Persian lifestyle & Nomad Tour
Nomadic lifestyles in the world
The nomadic lifestyle is not just limited to Iranian tribes . Nomads in many forms from ancient times have been seen around the world from the Spanish steppes, the Tyrol highlands in Western Austria, the Carpathian Mountains of Romania, the rugged Wales coast of England, the Sahara Desert, Saudi Arabia and the forests of Gorontalo to Indonesia. Some of which have disappeared and some continue to live like their ancestors.

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