Find links to sites for online guides and directories specifically geared towards travel and tourism in the region.

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Best Iran Travel
Travel and cultural information about ancient and modern Iran.
CDC - Travelers' Health: Iran
Health information for travel to the country from the U.S. Government Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Guardian Travel - Iran
Ongoing collection of articles focusing on Iran's ancient civilization and current life as well as practical advice for tourists.
iExplore - Iran
Adventure and experiential travel group provides a guide on the country and its history, events, places to go and activities with tours, photos and other tourist information.
Iran Visitor
Provides tourist and resident information. Travel guides based on cities including Tehran, Shiraz and Esfahan.
IranTourOnline.com
Guide to tourist attractions categorized by provinces, historical, natural, villages and religious places. [multilingual]
Irpedia
Provides travel information about Iran.
Lonely Planet - Iran
Comprehensive facts and advice for traveling along with background material on the culture and history of the country.
Travenotes.org
Directory providing information, reviewed web sites and travel articles about Iran.
VirtualTourist: Iran
Find travel tips, reviews and photos, posted by real travelers. Research, plan and book a vacation.
Wikitravel: Iran
Open source guide features information on attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, and travel tips.
World Travel Guide - Iran
Tourist and business travel information with facts on climate, visa, health, passport, currency and customs requirements.
Travel.State.Gov - Iran
Offers travel information including Quick Facts, embassies and consulates, entry and exit requirements, safety and security, local laws, health, transportation and Fact Sheet. From the U.S. Department of State. (January 01, 2000)
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