Having a four-season climate with the diversity of ancient cultures makes Iran a fabulous and exciting destination to travel to. This trip is going to be heaven for those who love seafood, aromatic spices, and Mediterranean cuisine and climate.
The specific climate conditions of Hormozgan Province as being close to the adorable Persian Gulf has created a spotless environment for interesting food biodiversity. The culinary culture of the Persian Gulf Islands extensively differs from the people of the rest of the country. The -based on seafood- cuisine plus the variety of scented spices, especially peppers are the essential part of this unique food culture.
Moreover, the Indian community who lived in Hormozgan province for years has affected the local cuisine enormously. Several bread types and local foods such as Hawari and Pakora have been inspired by Indian ways of cooking; even now most of the spices are imported from India.
Apart from being a trade route, Hormozgan also witnessed the exchange of races and cultures which has given birth to unique cultural treasures! Hospitable Bandari people’s features resemble faces from the northern lands, Africa, Arabia, and India. This itinerary could be a magnificent choice for experiential travelers interested in full immersion in matchless cultures…