Safety and Security:

Professional tourist declared that Iran is a safe country to go and Crime is not a problem for travelers in Iran. The world has faced too much crime but in Iran, hardly ever some one’s thing gets stolen. But as it is everywhere, there’s always a passivity of stealing in crowded places.

Foreigners occasionally have been victims of pretty street crime. Bag-snatching and pick-pocketing are the main threats, so it is wise to be more careful. Avoid isolated and unlit urban areas at night. In view of possible thefts, passports and other important valuables should be kept in hotel safes or other secure locations. In the event of any trouble, go to the nearest police station. The report process may take much time but you will need a full police statement for any insurance claim. If your passport is stolen, contact the police and your embassy. If traveling late at night, it is a good idea to stay within busy, well-lit areas.

 

Health:

In general, Iran is a healthy country to travel in, and you are unlikely to catch any exotic diseases here. No vaccinations are required before entering Iran. The main problems for tourists are stomach upset and heat exhaustion. Ask your doctor what medicine should be in your medical kit, and bring them with you. Make sure you are healthy before you start traveling. Iranian pharmacists are able to diagnose minor health problems and to suggest appropriate treatment. In case you need a doctor, do not hesitate to contact your tour leader. The quality of medical care is reasonably high by international standards. Many doctors have received training in the West, and speak European languages. Treatment is never free, so it is wise to have travel insurance with health coverage.

If u have any specialty medicine to use be sure that u have taken enough amount with urself because due to the sanction, some specialty medicines are difficult to find in here.

 

 

 

 

Safety and Security:

Professional tourist declared that Iran is a safe country to go and Crime is not a problem for travelers in Iran. The world has faced too much crime but in Iran, hardly ever some one’s thing gets stolen. But as it is everywhere, there’s always a passivity of stealing in crowded places.

Foreigners occasionally have been victims of pretty street crime. Bag-snatching and pick-pocketing are the main threats, so it is wise to be more careful. Avoid isolated and unlit urban areas at night. In view of possible thefts, passports and other important valuables should be kept in hotel safes or other secure locations. In the event of any trouble, go to the nearest police station. The report process may take much time but you will need a full police statement for any insurance claim. If your passport is stolen, contact the police and your embassy. If traveling late at night, it is a good idea to stay within busy, well-lit areas.

 

Health:

In general, Iran is a healthy country to travel in, and you are unlikely to catch any exotic diseases here. No vaccinations are required before entering Iran. The main problems for tourists are stomach upset and heat exhaustion. Ask your doctor what medicine should be in your medical kit, and bring them with you. Make sure you are healthy before you start traveling. Iranian pharmacists are able to diagnose minor health problems and to suggest appropriate treatment. In case you need a doctor, do not hesitate to contact your tour leader. The quality of medical care is reasonably high by international standards. Many doctors have received training in the West, and speak European languages. Treatment is never free, so it is wise to have travel insurance with health coverage.

If u have any specialty medicine to use be sure that u have taken enough amount with urself because due to the sanction, some specialty medicines are difficult to find in here.