According to Public Relations and International Affairs of Qeshm Free Zone Organization, HamidReza Momeni in the latest episode of Qeshm Nights TV Program said: Since the beginning of 1394, with the aim of developing sustainable economies of the inhabitants of the island, the expansion of rural guest houses was the priority of the Qeshm Free Zone Organization.
He added that the development of these houses with low investment, the most efficient returns, rapid return on capital, and high employment, led to the reversal of immigration to the villages of the island.
Chairman of the Board of Director of the Boards and CEO of Qeshm Free Zone Organization continued: One of the most important factors for turning a Passenger into a tourist on the island was to bring a guest house to 76 houses in the villages of the island, familiarity with traditional lifestyle, local customs, indigenous foods, and the provision of handicrafts of Qeshm women in these guest houses.
Referring to the massive publicity of the organization to introduce Qeshm Natural and Tourism Attractions, he acknowledged: Making 12 camp parks on the island, increasing the number of tourist docks, and recreational sites, with full facilities, helped to decentralize Nowruz guests from Qeshm city.
According to Momeni, Nowruz 98 was accompanied by the balanced distribution of Nowruz guests on the island, and more than one million tourists visited from Geosites and Qeshm's tourism destinations such as Naaz Islands, Hara forests, Chahkuh, dolphin bays, Kharbas caves, Stars Valley, Portuguese castle, and other places of interest.
Referring to analytical software for registration and observation of Nowruz guests provided by the Statistics and planning Committee of Executive Officer of Qeshm Travel Services, he said: Using this analytical data and getting information about the tourist attractions and gathering centers helps us to strengthen the construction and welfare infrastructure of these areas in order to prepare for future holidays.