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Food FAQ1 Damavand
13-03-2012, 12:06 PM (This post was last modified: 10-04-2015 10:30 AM by Ardsol.)
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Food FAQ1 Damavand

Food FAQ1 Damavand


Food FAQ1 Mount Damavand Iran

Q- Do we need to bring meals equipment: plate, spoon, fork and cup or you going to provide it on Damavand?
A- These are included in a tour package and we will provide you these equipment, but if you wish you may bring you own cup and spoon.

Q- Are the meals all freshly prepared, even the lunch during the walk or do we get lunch boxes as well?
A- We will support you with fresh hot meal at huts and lunch boxes during the trekking.

Q- How about cooking and food: do we need to bring it all with us or are there restaurants on some base camps?
A- In a private tour, all scheduled meals are included while you are in the huts and during the expedition and while you are trekking, mountain food and lunch box is provided.

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13-03-2012, 12:10 PM (This post was last modified: 10-04-2015 10:30 AM by Ardsol.)
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Food FAQ2 Damavand

Food FAQ2 Damavand


Food FAQ2 Damavand Volcano Iran

Q- Could you arrange accommodation and food at Camp3?
A- No problem. For how many days do you intend to stay at camp3?
What is the number of your team?
Do you need any special food or an ordinarily mountain food is ok with you?

Q- I am a vegetarian, and do not eat meat or fish what do you recommend?
A- We will do our best to find some suitable food for you with your advice.

Q- Can we eat the hot meals in the area in a tour?
A- Yes, we will support you with hot meal at huts.

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13-03-2012, 12:13 PM
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Food FAQ3 Damavand

Food FAQ3 Damavand


Food FAQ3 Mt Damavand

Q- Do you supplying food at Mt. Damavand camp3 Bargah Sevom New Hut?
A- No problem for our tours, we will supply all the food and drinks during the tour.

Q- Is it possible to buy water and some food in Polour Village?
A- Yes you can buy water and some food there, but if you need some special food, Tehran is recommended.

Q- Can we bring camping food through Iranian customs?
A- No problem you may bring any food you like, but I am not sure about stoves with gas cartridges.

Q- Is it possible to get food in Polour or should we get that in Teheran in advance?
A- Yes you may buy at Polour, but Tehran is preferred for any shopping.

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13-03-2012, 12:17 PM (This post was last modified: 10-04-2015 10:31 AM by Ardsol.)
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Food FAQ4 Damavand

Food FAQ4 Damavand


Food FAQ4 Damavand Mountain Iran

Q- Can we buy breakfast/dinner at Camp1 Polour Hut or Lodge?
A- Yes, it depends what kind of food you need!

Q- What is situation with water in the camps 2 and Camp 3?
A- There is no running water in the area except in summer; you may melt ice and snow in other seasons.

Q- Is there possible to obtain food and drinking water in the new hut?
A- Yes, you can find some items.

Q- Is there going to be a chance to buy food on the way/near the camps or we will have to shop for 4 days in Tehran?
A- Yes you can on the road, but best place for the shopping is Tehran.

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