Travel Stories from Iraqi Kurdistan: Hitchhiking, Homestay and Hiking

Solo traveling is a unique experience in every country, especially in less visited countries such as Iraq.

In this story, from Diana, you can read about an exceptional solo hitchhiking adventure in North-eastern part of Iraqi Kurdistan.

She talks about how hitchhiking went, her encounter with the police at a security checkpoint while hitchhiking and what happened after they had interrogated her. Moreover, you’ll read about the locals she met through hitchhiking, a spontaneous hike to a beautiful waterfall she had never heard about before, and how she ended up staying with a Kurdish family she got to know through a random guy from Instagram.

If you would like to know what’s like to travel independently in those parts of Iraqi Kurdistan where there is not much infrastructure and learn about Kurdish people, read the full story of The Globetrotting Detective’s unique journey from Soran to Duhok: Hitchhiking, Homestay and Hiking in Iraqi Kurdistan.



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