(Persia Digest) – The Deputy of Kermanshah Province Tourism Organization has announced plans to transform Kermanshah into a pilot program for Iran’s nomadic tourism.
AlirezaMoradi-Bistuni told ISNA News Agency: “Fourteen independent tribes live in various parts of Kermanshah Province which are a potential for tourism.”
He pointed to an MoU signed with the provincial Nomadic Administration Department, and reiterated: “The migration routes, camping locations, and other issues pertaining to nomadic life in the Province have been compiled as a program and sent to the Cultural Heritage Organization planning offices.”
He reiterated: “We are pursuing plans to designate Kermanshah as a pilot program for nomadic tourism in Iran.”
Moradi-Bistuni stated that the nomads of Jalalvand and Osmanvand areas in Kermanshah had been consulted, and added: “These nomadic tribes have welcomed the plan and agreed to participate in it.”
He continued: “We have already participated in separate exhibitions on the tourism sector by displaying nomadic tents and their customs; but we would like to have a consolidated program for this.”
He said: “We are also planning various toursto visit the nomadic tourism capacities of the Province.”