Leader and Translator
While traveling to a foreign country, one of the biggest issues to handle is the language. You are not familiar with the language of the nation and that can create a lot of problems. Especially in countries in which English is not widely spoken, the situation may get even worse. The best solution to this problem is getting help from a translator/interpreter. A translator can be a very handy person to accompany any tourist, and it can make your time in Iran more enjoyable.
What is an Interpreter / Translator?
An interpreter interprets the meaning of the sayings in one language to another. The translation is done simultaneously as the speaker talks, and this is why tourists can benefit from an interpreter in the course of their travel. Interpreters are usually highly skilled in both the source and the target language, and are very quick in their job. The best interpreters are usually quick, exact with a high knowledge of different languages and promptitude.
Why using an Interpreter in Iran?
The official language of Iran is Farsi (sometimes referred to as Persian). Most of the population speak Farsi, while some speak Turkish, some Kurdish and a small percentage of the population speak in other languages. English or other European languages are not widely spoken in the country, however, English is widely taught and learned in schools and especially in language institutions across the nation. Even so, you probably will not be able to easily get around and obtain information without knowing Persian or being accompanied by a translator. An interpreter can make everything easier and help you a great deal with the communication. In Iran, people are extremely hospitable and very fond of tourists. Iranians love to accompany foreigners and help them have a wonderful time in the country. The language barrier however, often stops such a thing from happening. An interpreter can fill this gap easily, and create great memories for you during your time here.
Apart from the language barrier, another problem tourists often face is the cultural barrier. Traveling to a foreign country means facing a whole different set of rules and traditions that you are not familiar with. Iran Traveler Services Interpreters are familiar with different cultures from all around the globe and can help you get accustomed to the culture and traditions quickly and easily. You don’t need to worry about uncomfortable or awkward moments. We’ve got you.
Having an interpreter also means having a close friend and companion you can trust and rely on during your travel time in Iran. Your companion will help you every step of the way.