When you think about visiting Iran, chances are the things that come to mind are negative. Even so, once you open your mind to new experiences and go to Iran, you’ll realize it’s not what it seems.
That’s why we have gone through the best travel videos of Iran on youtube and made a collection so you can see for yourself.
One of the most viewed videos of travel in Iran belongs to Peter Santenello, who has also written several blog posts about other subjects e.g. Safety in Iran, How Sanctions in Iran Hurt the People after visiting the country.
US-born video blogger, Peter Santenello, 40, grew up about four hours from New York City in Panton, Vermont, but spent all of his adult life on the West Coast. “At 24 I left the US for the first time and ventured around the world for two years.” Santenello says ” Afterwards things were never the same.” He also states “Now I make videos that HUMANIZE places that have been DEHUMANIZED by mainstream media, politicians, Hollywood movies and our “leaders.” Places like: Iran, Turkey, Ukraine, Eritrea, Colombia, and many more.”
Today, Peter Santenello is an inspiration to many people around the world. He encourages people to get out of their comfort zone and stretch beyond their borders, recognize the greatness of themselves, create meaningful human connections, and to find freedom by removing the narrative of fear.
In the following video, Santenello talks about 11 reasons why he thinks you should visit Iran:
Drew Binsky is an American travel blogger and content creator with more than 4 million social media followers. He has been to 171 countries since 2012 and has plans to visit every country in the world by 2020.
After Drew spent two weeks in Iran in 2018, he came up with a blog post titled Iran is not what you think. He also created a video concerning 7 things he loved about Iran. ” I can tell you with certainty that this country has turned into one of my FAVORITE COUNTRIES in the world!! Words (or videos) cannot express how happy I am here in Iran. From the heart-warming people to the ancient nature and tasty kebabs — here are 7 things that I love most about Iran. (There are about 100 things I love about Iran, but these are just the top 7 😉 )” he describes.
In the following video, Binsky talks about 7 things he loves about Iran:
While looking for the top travel videos of Iran, we found a video from a not very famous YouTuber. David Bakker is one of many the non-celebrity YouTubers who have visited Iran. After traveling to the country, he created a video regarding 12 things you should know before visiting Iran, and this video turned into his most viewed one!
If you are planning to visit Iran, watch David Bakker’s “ 12 things you should know before visiting Iran” here:
Backpacker Steve is a German guy that started traveling in 2012. He shares his travel videos on YouTube and writes travel guides about different countries. After visiting Iran, he wrote a guide for independent travelers who are willing to know more about Backpacking In Iran. He also created a series of travel videos in Iran called “Inside Iran”.
The series contains 7 videos about different parts of the country.
Exploring Tehran – Top Things to do & Tips
Traditional Isfahan – Things to do & Tips
Diverse Shiraz – Top Things to do & Tips
Desert Vibes in Yazd – Things to do & Tips
The Green North of Iran – Things to do in Alamut, Masuleh & Ramsar
Iran Travel Tips for Backpacking Iran
Best of traveling Iran, Inside Iran (Trailer)
You can take a look at Inside Iran’s trailer down below:
After all, let’s take a look at Iran’s spectacular landscapes and rich history without any narrations.
This video has been created by Azeug and includes shots from Tehran, Kashan, Esfahan, Yazd, Dasht e Kavir desert, Shiraz, Hormuz, Qeshm.
“A 3 weeks journey in beautiful IRAN We’ve been truly amazed by one of the richest cultures in the world, the beauty of its landscapes and the amazing flavors. But most importantly, the hospitality of the Iranians. Merci *Some of the songs/music in the background are not Iranian. I’ve picked these cause they’re songs that I generally like and that I’ve been listening to while traveling. ” he describes the video.
You can watch 18 minutes of Iranian beauty down here:
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