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KTOG’s greatest aim is planning your free time in to better way. Now, our trips will be designed half by our professional team and half by our travelers.
I believe that making new experience is every day borning on different aspects of our lives.Sometimes with our consciousness and sometimes we absorb them unconsciously.
The most touchable example for making conscious experience is traveling or trying different events where we are ready to see and digest new images, ideas, histories,cultures and people… We would love to help you to experience new horizons which are nearer to your curious mind as much as possible.
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One of my aims is trying to make an opportunity to gather good professors and teachers from different countries in Iran and if it is possible, outside of Iran, to share their latest achievements and new methods for different field of study to teach students or teachers or those who are working in that field of destination country.
Since culture has big meaning more than only food, music, handcrafts, language, clothing and … cultural tours can be defined in various ways. For our team, introducing and teaching a bout our culture is always our pleasure. We try to put you in to local places and make an opportunity to help you to experience the life style of that specific zone. For us,exchanging and learning different cultures is the main purpose of our cultural trips.
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MOST POPULAR AND FAMOUS CITIES OF IRAN
The earliest reference to the city, as Tiraziš, is on Elamite clay tablets dated to 2000 BC. In the 13th century, Shiraz became a leading center of the arts and letters, due to the encouragement of its ruler and the presence of many Persian scholars and artists. It was the capital of Persia during the Zand dynasty from 1750 until 1800. Two famous poets of Iran, Hafez and Saadi, are from Shiraz, whose tombs are on the north side of the current city boundaries. s the sixth-most-populous city of Iran and the capital of Fars Province . Shiraz is known as the city of poets, literature, wine (despite Iran being an Islamic republic), and flowers. Shiraz is most likely more than 4,000 years old. The name Shiraz is mentioned in cuneiform inscriptions from around 2000 BC found in southwestern corner of the city. It was one of the most important cities in the medieval Islamic world and was the Iranian capital during the Zand dynasty (AD 1747–79), when many of its most beautiful buildings were built or restored.
Esfahan is Iran’s top tourist destination for good reason. Its profusion of tree-lined boulevards, Persian gardens and important Islamic buildings gives it a visual appeal unmatched by any other Iranian city, and the many artisans working here underpin its reputation as a living museum of traditional culture. Isfahan is located on the main north–south and east–west routes crossing Iran, and was once one of the largest cities in the world. It flourished from 1050 to 1722, particularly in the 16th and 17th centuries under the Safavid dynasty, when it became the capital of Persia for the second time in its history. The Naghsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan is one of the largest city squares in the world. It has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The city also has a wide variety of historic monuments and is known for the paintings, history and architecture.
The name is derived from Yazdegerd I, a Sassanid ruler of Persia. The city was definitely a Zoroastrian center during Sassanid times. After the Arab conquest of Iran, many Zoroastrians migrated to Yazd from neighboring provinces. By paying a levy, Yazd was allowed to remain Zoroastrian even after its conquest, and Islam only gradually became the dominant religion in the city. Because of generations of adaptations to its desert surroundings, Yazd has a unique Persian architecture. It is nicknamed the “City of Windcatchers”. It is also very well known for its Zoroastrian fire temples, ab anbars, qanats, yakhchals, Persian handicrafts, handwoven cloth (Persian termeh), silk weaving, Persian Cotton Candy, and its time-honored confectioneries. With its winding lanes, forest of badgirs, mud-brick houses and delightful places to stay, Yazd is a ‘don’t miss’ destination.
Tehran is the capital of Iran and Tehran Province. Hugging the lower slopes of the magnificent, snowcapped Alborz Mountains, Tehran is Iran’s most secular and liberal city. Spend time here – as you should – and you’ll soon realize that the city is so much more than a chaotic jumble of concrete and crazy traffic blanketed by a miasma of air pollution. This is the nation’s dynamic beating heart and the place to get a handle on modern Iran and what its future will likely be.
The etymology of the city name comes from the Kasian, the original inhabitants of the city, whose remains are found at Tapeh Sialk dating back 9,000 years; later this was changed to “Kashian”, hence the town name. Between the 12th and the 14th centuries, Kashan was an important center for the production of high quality pottery and tiles. In modern Persian, the word for a tile (kashi) comes from the name of the town. Kashan is divided into two parts, mountainous and desert.Archeological discoveries in the Sialk Hillocks which lie 4 km west of Kashan reveal that this region was one of the primary centers of civilization in pre-historic ages. Hence, Kashan dates back to the Elamite period of Iran. The Sialk ziggurat still stands today in the suburbs of Kashan after 7,000 years.The artifacts uncovered at Sialk reside in the Louvre in Paris and the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Iran’s National Museum.
“I just had an amazing trip in Iran with a lovely tour guide. Najmeh has an incredible knowledge of her country and its history. She helped me already before the trip with all sorts of things and patiently answered my thousand questions. I was a little nervous and insecure before the trip, but this feeling were completely unfounded. The country is beautiful and the people are so kind and incredibly welcoming. I am already looking forward to another trip with Najmeh in Iran.”
Najmeh Kazemi was our Guide during 10 day Tour when a group of International medical doctors, dentists and psychologist travelled in Iran before we have been teaching at an international congress in Teheran in 2015 The quality of this Tour was superb. Najmeh Kazemi not only showed us the beauty of her country she also told us a lot about the history and culture of Iran. She was knowing a lot about classic and modern poetry as well as about ancient sufi teachings some in our group have been interested. Astonishing for us was that a young Iranian woman additionally was knowing a lot about contemporary Western music. Knowing all the songs of the Beatles and Leonard Cohen was less astonishing than realizing she was knowing in detail minimal music of Philip Glass but also other modern Western composers. Additionally she has a quite good knowledge about the cinema movies and the art of script writing and drama. Maybe this combination is explaining the special quality experience in her tours. In organizing two more international congresses 2016 and 2017 I was included in scientific and organization team taking place at Medical university of Mashhad we therefore chosen Najmeh Kazemi to organize the touristic part for the up to 50 international presenters. There have been tours before and after the congresses. All tour participants have been giving excellent feedback about the tours Najmeh Kazemi was designing as well as her art of guiding the group. And we really had some very experienced world travellers in our group.
Since fall 2015 Najmeh Kazemi is studying touristic business on Master Level at Milano University in Italy to realize her dream to run a own touristic agency. I am sure she will be fast in tranfering her excellence in tour planning and guiding in direction of a full service international agency.
Two times have I travelled to Iran in my life, and two times was Najmeh Kazemi my tour Guide.
The first time she led our group to fantastic locations, where we found the orient in such a beauty and splendor, that we nearly couldn’t believe it. Her sense for art, beauty, poetry and history
is unique. Najmeh does not only know a lot about geography, politics, history, religion and art, she also has deep emotions towards all these topics.
And this makes it to be a big pleasure to travel with her.
The second time I was organizing a travel group to Iran and chose her as a guide. We also had another one, and thus even more realized, how unique and brilliant she is.
Never thinking of her own advantage, always looking after her group, always having an open ear for changes or wishes in the group.
Najmeh is a wonderful tour guide and I am looking forward to meet her again for another spectacular trip into the 1001 secrets of Iran.
Her work was so ideal that I was relaxed and free minded about touristic part of congresses and could concentrate better on scientific plans.I will continue working with her at future because she is emphatic,responsible and kindness with participants and organizing team. “
I am proud of living in a country with a history of more than seven thousand years of civilization and lots of beautiful and historically significant places. Although a lot of people love to visit Iran and get familiar with its rich Persian culture, it’s not so easy to find an appropriate person to treat the interested visitors in a way that they enjoy their trip and be willing to come back. This is what Najmeh Kazemi knows and does very well.
Seven years of successful experiences of tourism along with studying of tourism in Milano University in Italy, have made her one of the best people to plan and implement outstanding tours all over Iran.
I have been included in the scientific committees and organizing teams of five successful international congresses in Iran and Najmeh has been an important and influencing colleague in most of them.
She is now planning for the touristic part of the First Asian Hypnosis Congress in October 2019 for almost 400 international visitors coming from all around the world. Having her in the organizing team of the congress is a real privilege. I love working with her and will surely continue doing that.