Since the first months of 2020 tourism industry was affected by the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak on people’s lives throughout the world. Although airlines have relaunched their flight schedules and some people are going to a business or emergency trips, most of the people have canceled the adventure they had planned for 2020 as this pandemic has required all of us to spend more time at home. But, this situation won’t last long, and hopefully, we will back at airports, hotels, resorts, and cultural sights soon.
Apart from the stagnation of the tourism industry and a big break in traveling, UNWTO has designated 2020 as the Year of Tourism and Rural Development and an opportunity to introduce tourism a big opportunity for rural communities. Tourism provides economic improvement and various jobs for the women and men, from running a small village house and serving local foods, to leading the travelers on a trekking route and marketing the original handicrafts made by them. Standard rural tourism also helps the locals to promote both natural and cultural attractions in their homeland.
With numerous villages with rich culture, picturesque landscapes, and architecture, Iran is a perfect destination for rural tourism. In recent years, visiting the top villages in Iran which lets travelers enjoy a unique experience is becoming one of the highlights of Iran.
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