Tishk is a mountainous village located in the Kurdistan province. Research suggests that people have been living here for more than 900 years.
Tishk home is the first ecolodge in the area.
- The spectacular architecture of the mountainous parts of Iran is popularly known as “The yard of the building above is the roof of the building below”.
- Central mosque (Islamic-Iranian)
- Kurd house ( “Asef building”)
There are many permanent springs and mountains that mountain climbers would definitely enjoy.
- Like other Kurdish people, the people of Tishk tend to use mountain aromatic vegetables. The Kurdish food pattern is very simple and based on the natural material available.
- Kurdish bread such as “Kaline” and “Kalane” are baked in the home.
- Kurdish drinks such as brewed quince, thyme, puneh and dough.
- local honey, butter, egg, omelette, berry juice and “Ardeh.
- organic fruits: berry, raisin, walnut, strawberry, apple, and cherry.
- The tradition of turning grapes into raisins is held every September.
- Kurdish people celebrate Nowruz differently here. it is much more traditional. Setting the fire, singing the special Nowruz songs and traditional Kurdish dance is a part of their big celebrations.