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Hey Americans, you can enjoy the powder in Dizin too!

While the USA continue to enforce new sanctions and use aggressive rhetoric, it is possible to visit Iran for American citizens. The process is a bit more cumbersome and you do need a guide for the entire stay, but you will still be able to see Persepolis, shop in old bazaars and off course the most important experience: crusing down some fresh powder in Dizin. Read more here.

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  • Dave Fulton

    I’m an American snowboarder living in London who really wants to board Iran in 2013-14. Please help!

  • http://twitter.com/Espen_Antonsen Espen Antonsen

    Help with what? Ask a question and you might get an answer. As an American you need to join a tour as you always need a guide (Americans can’t be trusted you know!)

  • Dave Fulton

    Where do I get a VISA? What tours go to the ski hills? How expensive is it? How far in advance do I need to plan? Would they be cool letting me in considering what I do for a living? http://www.davidfulton.com Thanks for getting back to me!

  • http://twitter.com/Espen_Antonsen Espen Antonsen

    You need to apply for a visa through a tour operator that caters for Americans. These tours are more expensive than going solo. I don’t know the costs (I’m not American). As long as you not a journalist or activist it should not be a problem.

  • Dave Fulton

    Cool, thanks. Journalist? Activist? Nope, just a professional comedian. Can you recommend any tour operators?

  • Amir

    Hey Dave,
    I’m an Iranian who’s currently in Iran. Dizin ski resort has just been open. You won’t have much problem coming to Iran alone. As far as the visa in concerned, you can get more info by dropping by at a consulate or embassy of Iran. Let me know If I can help.

  • ADRIAN

    I WASTHERE IS NOT PROBLEM VIZA AND NOTHING BEAUTIFUL PLACE AND NICE FOR SKIING .