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Duration: 20 April to June
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Description :
Sepidan region is mountainous, the average altitude is more than 2200m.
Qashqaee nomads live in this area from Spring to middle of Summer. There are many 4000m mountains which are covered with snow up to May.
You can see the plants and trees especial of Zagross range. In this program, you will climb up to Barmfirooz lake which it is very nice in May, and walking through valley where nomads live, and you also will see one of the nicest waterfall in Iran.

Itinerary :

Day 1: Driving from Shiraz to Sepidan region(120 km) and climbing up to Barmfirooz lake(3500 m), go down and camp in Gambil valley near Qashqaee nomads.(7 hours trekking)
Day 2: Walking through Gambil valley and crossing the river and passing through Zagross trees and camp in Gerdoo Tak(6 hours trekking)
Day 3: Trekking about 6 hours and camp near Margoon waterfall. In the way, you visit nomads who live in black tents.
Day4: Continue to trek and camp in Espion village. Espion is very old village with hospitable people.
Day 5: Passing through Tolezari area and camp by Boragh river.(6 hours trekking)
Day6: Visiting the Boragh valley, trekking from Boragh village to Gavgodar river(5 hours trekking) and camp there.
Day 7: Passing through Sarhad plain where nomads live (5 hours trekking)and drive to Shiraz in afternoon. (3 hours driving)
Services :
1- All transfers according to program(by car)
2- Full boarding(3 meals a day)on the way and while trekking
3- Mineral water while in road transfer
4- Guide
5- Cook and cooking equipment
Necessary Equipment:
1- Tent
2- Rug/sleeping pad
3- Sleeping bag(capable of withstanding frost down -10˚c)
4- Knapsack(60-100 litre)
5- A pair of tracking boots/shoes
6- Sun glasses
7- Skin protection cream(factor 25 and higher)
8- A lipstick
9- First aid kit
10- Ski telescopic sticks
11- Head lighter
12- Gloves
13- Warm sweater or jacket
14- Warm woolen socks
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