Loving anthropology and tourism human attractions, tourists can have a
friendly visit with kind, satisfied and diligent natives to get
familiar with their residence and lifestyle.
Various ethnic groups live in the island:
Dravidian, Sumerian, Nordic, Negroid, White-skinned, and other groups
have lived in the island. The Arabs living in the island have
emigrated from Iran's coastal areas to Kish Island.
Persian and Arabic languages are spoken in the island.
Natives are really religious, honest and hospitable.
Ladies generally wear scarves, chadors and sandals. They wrap chador
around their bodies in a special way, contrary to the routine style
common in some cities in Iran.
Men wear yarmulkes (skull-cap), head kerchief and shirts. They wear
special shirts, up to their ankles, called Dashdasheh.
Ghorban and Fetr are the most important celebrations in the island.
They dance with local music in their celebrations and wedding parties.
Fishing and animal husbandry are the traditional professions natives
engaged at the present. Pearl diving and farming were the professions
natives engaged in the past.