Locals in Iran and Anthropology of Iran
Travel is all about meeting new people, learning about new cultures and trying new things. Of course, if you’re spending any time in a foreign country, you’re bound to have plenty of experiences with all three of these. But you may find that some places are better than others for meeting local people. There are a few countries in the world where locals are just a bit easier to make lasting connections with.
More and more people are learning about the incredible kindness and hospitality of the Iranian people. As more travellers enter this enchanting land, stories are coming back about their generosity and humble nature. Just try to visit Iran without having an Iranian invite you into their homes. Every bus ride becomes a place for meeting new friends and wherever you go, there is always a friendly Iranian there to ask you about your background, your home country and what you think of Iran.
But Iranians aren’t just chatting with you to create small-talk. They’re almost always genuinely interested in what you have to say and they’re looking to not only ensure that you have a good time in Iran, but they also want to make a new friend from a far away land. Iranians inquisitive and welcoming persona is immediately evident from the moment you enter the country, and their astonishing love for their homeland and those who visit it will likely remain in your mind and in your heart long after you leave.