In Persian culture the end of winter has been celebrated since ancient times. In this ceremony, before the start of the festival, people gather brushwood in an open, free outdoor space. At sunset, after making one or more bonfires, they jump over the flames, singing sorkhi-ye to az man, zardi-ye man az to. This literally means "let your redness be mine, my paleness be yours". This is considered a purification practice. Let us celebrate the end of winter together in the tipi village.
Programs includes: Chaharshanbe Suri celebration with bonfire, fireworks, fire-heated sauna, and food; hearty Ash-Reshteh (Persian thick herb & been & noodle soup), mix nut snacks, and warm beverages.
Accommodation is available upon request.
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 7:00-10:30 pm
What to bring
Your personal stuff and swimming suits for Sauna.
For overnight stay contact in advance and reserve your spot. If you have any question please feel free to email.