Chitgar is one of the greatest and most popular parks in Tehran. It is situated in Tehran's province, Iran. It is actually an artificial forest park that covers a dozen square kilometers of land. It lies within Tehran's district 22. It has wonderful things to enjoy, from a man-made lake to a great park for picnicking and a wonderful bike track for speed enthusiasts. It has a horseback, riding ranch, a long cycling ramp and much more, all within easy access because the subway station leading right to it.
A man-made lake is planned for construction between the two Chitgar hills. The lake has an area of about 160 hectares with capacity to hold 10 million Ch.M. of water which not only feeds groundwater, but also purifies Tehran air. Chitgar Lake, also known as the lake of Martyrs of the Persian Gulf is an artificial and recreational lake located in the north of Chitgar Park. The huge park is irrigated by the rivers Kan and Vardavard. About 80% of the lake water comes from the Kan Creek and the rest of it comes from central areas and surface runoffs of the district.
Had a great time in Tehran with Ahmad Janati-he took us all over Tehran. It was an amazing experience. The people were so nice-even for a big city such as Tehran. Ahmad accommodated all of our requests for the things we were interested in seeing-Shah's...More
Thank you for the best trip of my life, Ahmad and Iran!! Iran was at once everything I had hoped and not at all what I expected. It is an exceptionally beautiful country with an equally warm and inviting population. The delicious food doesn't hurt...More
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I had only a short time (2 days) to visit Tehran, but Ahmad made sure that I had the best time. He planned our days perfectly to be able to visit bazaars, palaces, museums and restaurants. I enjoyed my time so much, that I am...More
At the beginning we were scared to have a guide driving the two of us for two weeks. What if we don't like each other? It turned out that Ahmad is an excellent guide not because he possesses a lot of knowledge about his country...More
I visited Iran with a slovenian agency and Ahmad Janati was our tour guide. I would definitely recommend him, as he possesses a huge amount of knowledge in history, politics, culture,... His English is very good, which makes things a lot easier for you when...More
Kerman, Yazd, Shiraz, Isfahan, Kashan and Qom: for two weeks we were regaled with many insights into the fabulous centuries-old history of Iran. From the roots of the Zoroastrianism to the splendors of Persepolis, a journey through the country’s history is given more meaning when...More
Sadly Americans can no longer visit Iran but if we could we would return immediately and of course spend our trip with Ahmad. He has extensive and thorough understanding of both the history and modern circumstances of this fascinating country. Ahmad is passionate about his...More