Now it’s time to join the amazing red pomegranate tour; walk in pomegranate gardens, pick up pomegranates, learn how locals use it for different purposes like pomegranate sauce, and participate in cooking Ash-e Anar and some other local foods. You’ll also enjoy passing the night with local people.
Pomegranate plays a great role in Iranian lifestyle in a way that is the important item of Yalda Night. The pomegranate festival is a kind of thanksgiving festival taking place every year, from October to December. This festival is held in Arsanjan and Neiriz in Fars province; while you will join in different activities such as picking up pomegranates, preparing pomegranate juice and sauce, and cooking a delicious local food called “Ash-e Anar”.
If you intend to travel to Iran in autumn, make sure to join pomegranate festivals, visit the beautiful pomegranate gardens and get familiar with Iranian unique organic ingredients, spices and tastes.