Khuzestan province in the southwest of Iran is a wonderland. Wild mountainous
regions of the north give their place to marshes and scorching plains as you
move southward. And what lies amidst this spectacular natural diversity, is a
unique collection of exotic locales and remnants from the earliest days of human
civilization that together make the balk of Khuzestan’s tourist attractions.
Among the numerous spots that Khuzestan tours choose on their itinerary some
enjoy a constant presence. These include Ahvaz, the capital city of the
province, Abadan and Khorramshahr, one of the most famous ports north of the
Persian Gulf. Given the considerable distance of this hidden paradise in Iran’s
south from other major tourist destinations, finding a suitable overnight
accommodation is a top priority. Khuzestan’s hotels
offer a wide array of
services, different according to their location and level of luxury. These
excellent hotels have stood the test of time in committing to sustainability,
world-famous Iranian hospitality and authenticity. Speaking of authenticity, we
should also mention Khuzestan’s traditional guesthouses. These cozy little
places beam with the local spirit and are often frequented by sailors and other
seamen who recount endless tales of their Melvillian adventures in free waters.
Most international budget traveler however prefer the basic comfort and
matchless international vibe of Khuzestan’s hostels. Regions near the coast of
the Persian Gulf abound with such budget hostelries. Thus, if you ever want to
gather around a nocturnal campfire on the beach of the most famous gulf in the
world, don’t hesitate to book a budget room online.