Qeshm Island, the largest island in the Persian Gulf is located a few kilometers off the southern coast of Iran.
Welcoming and warm locals with traditional dress who are working mostly in special boats called Lenge and playing local music.
Incredible wildlife of birds, reptiles, dolphins, and turtles.
An amazing nature that you haven’t seen a diversity like that, such as Salt Cave Of Qeshm, mysterious valley of the stars, Naz island, Khorbas caves, Chahkooh canyon and in case of being lucky, you will be able to see turtles laying eggs.
A local man from Qeshm has a homestay called Coludang (meaning “Bird’s Nest” in local language). This accommodation designed based on local knowledge and culture. This friendly and hospitable family who run the house, try their best to make you feel at ease.
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