Millions of Muslims in Iran and around the world have marked the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan. Fasting is aimed at reminding the faithful of the plight of the poor, and a major incentive for Muslims to engage in charitable activities.
In addition to taking special care to avoid certain sins mentioned in the Quran, Muslim must abstain from food or drink of any kind during the daylight hours of Ramadan.
Non-Muslim, too, will be expected to respect and adhere to the local culture in many Islamic countries, and should be aware to follow certain rules and regulations.
However, some travelers and non-Muslim tourist still wish to visit a Muslim majority country during this important religious festival.
During Ramadan, quotidian life is completely transformed and visitors to these regions are in for a serious and exciting culinary treat!
Depending on the country you are in, there will be a whole array of festivities and events centered on the time of breaking fast (known as Iftar).
Bektash tours proposed some cities in Iran for traveling during Ramadan. The report also includes some of the traditional cuisines served in the mentioned cities. Food can reveal some of its rich and varied regional identities.