8 – 14 Day Tours

Treasure of Persia (8 D)

This is an 8-day tour combining the ancient and post-Islamic eras. Starting from Tehran, the tour goes through visiting the magnificent monuments near Shiraz which reflect delightfully the glory of Persia in the past. It also includes visiting Yazd, and Isfahan— the incredible city of Islamic architecture and design. The tour is among the ideal options for those who like to visit the best of Iran in depth, in a short period of time.

Visited Cities: Tehran, Shiraz, Yazd, Isfahan, Abyaneh, Kashan

Day 1

Overnight Shiraz

Our today visit incorporates the Golestan Palace (a perfect work of art of the Qajar period and a wellspring of motivation for Iranian craftsmen and designers to the present time); National Museum of Iran (which displays relics from the sixth thousand years B.C. till the Islamic time); Glass and Ceramics Museum (the interior and exterior of which involve such decorations as plaster works, brick works, mirror works and inlaid works); and possibly Treasury of National Jewelry Museum (which is home to one of the world’s most precious jewelry collection). We fly to Shiraz in the evening.
Day 2

Overnight Shiraz

Today sightseeing of Shiraz will start with a tour of the old town which contains Nasir Almolk Mosque with its unique stained-glass windows; Arg-e Karim Khan; Vakil Mosque; and Narenjestan with a house-museum. After a walk through the old town, we are going to visit the Tomb of Hafez, a famous poet who has lived all his life in Shiraz and glorified the love of life. Next, we are going to have a look at the Shah Cheragh Shrine (a peaceful spot with a serene atmosphere to get a look at Iranian Shia holy shrines).
Day 3

Overnight Yazd

We are going to drive to Yazd visiting three major spots on the way. We have an opportunity to take a glance at the UNESCO World Heritage site Persepolis which was at one time the capital of the Persian Empire. After exploring Persepolis we move to Naqsh-e Rustam, on whose territory there are four tombs belonging to Achaemenid kings. 70 km from Persepolis is another ancient capital, Pasargadae, which is home to the Tomb of Cyrus the Great (the founder of Achaemenid Empire). We’ll arrive in Yazd in the evening.
Day 4

Overnight Yazd

In the morning, after breakfast, we stroll through the old town with its narrow streets where time seems to have stopped. We aim at visiting the Jameh Mosque with the highest minarets in Iran; Water Museum, where you can see models of underground water channels through which water enters the city’s reservoirs; Dolat Abad Garden with the largest urban windcatcher; Zoroastrian Fire Temple that holds a 1500-year-old fire (Eternal Flame); and Towers of Silence – (used for Zoroastrian death ceremonies and funeral customs in the past).
Day 5

Overnight Isfahan

In the morning, after breakfast, we are going to visit the 600-year-old Amir Chakhmaq square which contains the three-storied Amir Chakhmaq Mosque with symmetrical arches across the facade. Driving to Isfahan we make a few stops, on the way, in Meybod for exploring the picturesque Narin Castle, Pigeon Tower (with its utilization for agricultural purposes); old Caravanserai Complex, and Meybod Ice House (used to store the ice throughout the year). Arriving in Isfahan in the evening, we have enough time to walk through the historical bridges
Day 6

Overnight Isfahan

Our full-day tour of Isfahan will begin with a visit to one of the largest squares in the world Naqsh-e Jahan, situated around the perimeter of the impressive Imam Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque (a work of outstanding artistry, expertise, and craftsmanship), and the Ali Qapu Palace (an example of finest Iranian art). After lunch, we’ll visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, Chehel Sotoun Palace and Garden (with its magnificent veranda). Next, we’ll visit the Persian Bazaar to be introduced to the Iranian handicrafts and workshops.
Day 7

Overnight Isfahan

Our today’s city tour begins, in the morning, by visiting the Jaam’e Mosque (an architectural treasure encapsulating different Persian architectural and decorative styles over 12 centuries). Next, we are going to take a glance at the historical Vank Cathedral. It is a Christian cathedral— Similar to a mosque— with the lavish interior, also known as the Church of the Holy Savior). The paintings in the church are impressive and the combination of Islamic architectural styles and Christian patterns are eye-catching.
Day 8

Departure

We are moving to Tehran—on last day of our tour in Iran— aiming at visiting Abyaneh (a village of living traditions and architectural styles). Next, we make a few stops to see several houses showing the characteristics of traditional Persian residential architecture (for example, Borujerdis House, Ameri House, and Abbasi House), and the glorious Agha Bozorg Mosque (used as a mosque and also as a theological school). We then visit (the UNESCO World Heritage site) Fin Garden in Kashan before leaving to Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport for departure.

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 1100 €

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Summer Vacation (10 D)

This 10-day summer tour package is for those who are occupied with both culture and history. It starts from Shiraz, continues through the central Iran, Tehran and ends in Tabriz. You have an opportunity to visit a number of remarkable places including Persepolis; Imam Mosque (an enduring architectural masterpiece), the glorious Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, and the impressive Ali Qapu Palace in Isfahan; the eye-catching Abyaneh Village; some fabulous museums in Tehran; and St. Stephanos Armenian Monastery and the Armenian monastery of Saint Thaddeus in Tabriz.   Visited Cities & Towns: Shiraz, Yazd, Isfahan, Abyaneh, Kashan, Tehran, Tabriz

 

Day 1

Overnight Shiraz

After your arrival to Shiraz, you’ll be met and transferred to the hotel for a short rest before your exciting journey through Iran commences. The tour starts with Nasir Almolk Mosque (known as the Pink Mosque), and the elegant Narenjestan Mansion followed by a visit to Arg-e Karim Khan, Vakil Mosque, and Vakil Bazaar (where you have an opportunity to see all kinds of Persian carpets, spices, antiques, and handicrafts). In the afternoon we’ll visit Shah Cheragh Shrine (with an impressive interior decoration) and the Mausoleum of the famous Iranian poet—Hafez
Day 2

Overnight Yazd

In the morning we are driving to Yazd (441km) aiming at visiting a few major spots on the way: Persepolis, which is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular sites in Iran, with significant size and monumental glory. We also take a look at Naqsh-e Rustam (containing the huge tombs of Persian kings and over-life-sized rock reliefs depicting monarchs of the Sassanid era). Pasargadae is also on our list where you are going to see the Mausoleum of Cyrus the Great, the founder of the Achaemenid Empire. We’ll arrive in Yazd in the evening
ay 3

Overnight Yazd

In the morning we are going to start a walk (that promises a lot of picturesque views) along narrow streets of the old town of Yazd. We’ll visit the Jame Mosque, (one of the best examples of the magnificent Persian mosaics and architecture with the highest minarets in Iran). Next, we take a glance at Water Museum, and Dolat Abad Garden (with the highest windcatcher in Iran). We then move to the Zoroastrian Fire Temple (which holds an ancient fire known as the eternal flame). The Towers of Silence (Zoroastrian structures for the ritual of death) and Amir Chakhmaq Square are also visited
Day 4

Overnight Isfahan

After breakfast, we’ll drive to Isfahan (313km), en route visiting these major sites: the Shah Abbasi Caravanserai of Meybod; the Pigeon Tower (a home to pigeons) with economic benefits; the Narin Historical Castle (a mud-brick monument dating back to 2,000 years ago); and the Jame Mosque of Nain (with the magnificent brickwork around the yard and marvellous plasterwork over the niche). Arriving in Isfahan in the evening, we’ll have free time to walk along the historical bridges watching the daily life of people from a near distance
Day 5

Overnight Isfahan

Our full-day city tour of Isfahan starts with a visit to the Naqsh-e Jahan Square (added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List), one of the largest squares in the world enclosing the magnificent Imam Mosque (an enduring architectural masterpiece), the glorious Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, and the impressive Ali Qapu Palace (with its impressive entrance way which was undoubtedly intended to symbolize the authority and strength of the Safavid monarchs). Next, we’ll take a glance at the Chehel Sotoun Palace and Garden (a reflection of magnificence and beauty).
Day 6

Overnight Isfahan

Today is also dedicated to the beauty of Isfahan. We are going to visit the Vank Cathedral (in the New Julfa district, well-known for its architecture and tile work). The richly painted interior of the church displays the impressive combination of Islamic architecture with Christian designs. In the afternoon we’ll visit the Jame Mosque (where you have a chance to see the results of permanent construction, reconstruction, and addition since the 8th century A.D). We then walk through the Bazaar of Isfahan (which offers you a pleasant experience along with an eye-catching atmosphere).
Day 7

Overnight Tehran

We are driving to Tehran (449 km) via Abyaneh and Kashan. You have an opportunity to take a look at the architecturally impressive village of Abyaneh whose people still wear traditional clothes. We then leave Abyaneh to Kashan where you are going to visit some houses of historical value (evoking admiration through their size and design including Borujerdis House, Ameri House, and Abbasi House). The historical Fin Garden (a UNESCO World Heritage site with a numerous channels and cypresses) is also visited. In the evening we leave the city to Tehran.
Day 8

Tehran

Today’s sightseeing tour of the capital of Iran will begin with the Bazaar, (the largest covered bazaar in Tehran), and continue with the glorious Golestan Palace. We then have a look at the National Museum, (the first science museum in Iran that holds exhibits since 8 thousand years ago). Next we possibly visit the Treasury of National Jewelry Museum (where you have an opportunity to take a glance at the largest pink diamond in the world shining stunningly bright among other valuable jewelry). In the evening, we’ll stroll through the Tabiat 3-Level Pedestrian Bridge
Day 9

Overnight Tabriz

In the morning we are going to fly to Tabriz. We’ll start our tour with a visit to Timche Mozafari, (one of the main places for the sale of Iranian carpets), followed by a look at the Bazaar of Tabriz, (one of the main shopping centers of the ancient Silk Road added to the UNESCO World Heritage List). We also visit the eye-catching Blue Mosque, Iron Age Museum, and Constitution House, (used as the historical gathering place for the constitutional revolutionary leaders). In the evening we are going to walk through the El Goli Park
Day 10

Overnight Departure

The last day of the tour is dedicated to a trip along the Aras River, the natural border between Azerbaijan and Iran in the direction of the old St. Stephanos Armenian Monastery the antiquity of which is due to its location on the old paths, including the Silk Road. We also take a look at the Armenian monastery of Saint Thaddeus (Also known as the Black Church). Both churches have been added to UNESCO World Heritage List. We then return to Tabriz to take a short rest before transferring to the International Airport for departure.

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 1300 €

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Persian Vision (12 D)

This 12-day tour package is a good option for those who have dreamt combining a cultural/historical tour with a desert experience and a religious taste. The tour includes, naming a few: Shahdad Kalout (desert) with eye-catching formations, Zein-o-Din Caravanserai, Towers of Silence (Zoroastrian Constructions for the Ritual of Death in the past), and Jaam’e Mosque of Isfahan which delightfully the maturation of the Persian style mosque. The tour starts from Ahvaz and ends in Isfahan.  Visited Cities & Towns: Ahvaz, Shushtar, Shiraz, Kerman, Yazd, Isfahan

 

Day 1

Overnight Ahvaz

Arriving in Ahvaz, you’ll be transferred to the hotel for a short rest before your tour of Khuzestan begins. Today’s tour includes: a riverside walk (to visit some bridges and places related to Mandaeism); Moein-o Tojar Caravanserai; Shadegan Ponds (with a quiet and rich environment for natural life); and Minoo Island where you can experience a traditional life style in a Mozif, a special structure belonging to this region that dates back to Sumerian times and made entirely out of reed. We return to Ahvaz in the evening
Day 2

Overnight Ahvaz

Today we have an excursion to three World Cultural Heritages (Susa, Choghazanbil, and Shushtar). You will visit Susa, (a standout amongst the most significant urban areas of the Mesopotamia where you will have the chance to see the remaining parts of landmarks from 5000 years ago). We have also an opportunity to see the Tomb of Daniel (the biblical prophet). Heading to Shushtar you will visit, on the way, Choghazanbil ziggurat, an ancient Elamite complex. You will likewise have a look at Shushtar historical Hydraulic System (an intricate irrigation system).
Day 3

Overnight Shiraz

Leaving Ahvaz for Shiraz (563 km), this is an outing through different atmospheres and scenes (our trip begins from 60 meters above sea level and proceeds to an elevation of 1,600 meters)! We will visit, en route, Bishapur City (known for its bas-reliefs and the remainders of a Sasanian city) and the Anahita Temple, the name of which is depicted from Anahita (goddess of water). A short walk around Tange Chogan, the rough walls here are home to six huge bas-reliefs cut out of limestone. We arrive in Shiraz around evening time.
Day 4

Overnight Shiraz

Our Morning tour starts by visiting Arg-e Karim Khan, Vakil Mosque, and Vakil Bazaar. Next, you’ll visit Nasir Almolk Mosque enjoying the intricate tile work and wonder about how well thought out this monument is. We also stroll through Narenjestan which is so called due to the abundance of sour orange trees. In the afternoon we will visit Shah Cheragh Shrine (a tranquil place with a peaceful atmosphere to get a glimpse of Iranian Shia holy shrines) and the Tomb of one of the most renowned Iranian poets—Hafez. If we still have more time we’ll visit more places.
Day 5

Overnight Shiraz

Today we go on an excursion to visit three major spots: the UNESCO World Heritage site, Persepolis, undoubtedly one of the most impressive sites in Iran with an immense quantity of structures carved out of stones. We then move to Naqsh-e Rustam (a standout amongst the most tremendous and amazing ancient locales of the Achaemenid Empire involving the enormous tombs of Persian kings going back to the first millennium B.C.). We might end our excursion by visiting Pasargadae (optional), home to the Tomb of Cyrus the great, returning to Shiraz during the evening.
Day 6

Overnight Kerman

We are going to hit the road again. Moving from Shiraz to Kerman, we might have time to visit the Salt Lake. Our main goal for today is visiting the Sassanid Palace at Sarvestan (90 km southeast of Shiraz). This large monument was built in the 5th century A.D. and is one of the best samples of Sasanian architecture. The structure, made of mortar and stone, more likely has had fine decorations, which partially survive. We’ll arrive in Kerman during evening staying overnight in the city.
Day 7

Overnight Kerman

Today we go on an excursion to visit the following spots: Mahan, Rayen, and Shahdad (122 km). We are going to visit Shazdeh Garden in Mahan (35 Km). It is an expansive garden as an oasis in the desert. Next, we visit Rayen Castle (104 km). It is an adobe monument (covering a 20,000 m2 area) and a remaining image of the residential fortresses in the ancient time that dates back to the Sassanid era. We then continue to reach Shahdad Kalout (desert) with eye-catching formations built by wind erosion of compacted sand.
Day 8

Yazd

We are going to have a half-day tour of Kerman before moving to Yazd through Zein-o-Din Caravanserai. The city tour includes visiting the Ganjali Khan Complex (square, Bathhouse, bazaar, Caravanserai, and Mosque). Next, we are going to visit Zein-o-Din Caravanserai located on the Silk Road which was until 1500 A.D. the main trade route between Asia and Europe. Circle in plan, the caravanserai is a two-storied structure with a water pool and a courtyard. We’ll be continuing our trip arriving in Yazd during the evening
Day 9

Overnight Yazd

We will start today’s tour with Towers of Silence (Zoroastrian Constructions for the Ritual of Death in the past). Next, we visit Zoroastrian Fire Temple and its Sacred Eternal Flame, Water Museum, Amir Chakhmaq square, Dolat Abad Garden (well known for having the tallest Badgir/wind catcher in Iran and likely in the world, standing over than 33m), and the impressive, congregational Jameh Mosque. On our strolling tour of the old district of the city, in the evening, we’ll have a look at Alexander’s Prison
Day 10

Overnight Isfahan

Today, we will drive to Isfahan (350 km), having a chance to take a look at the Caravanserai Complex of Meybod. We also visit Pigeon Tower (with an exceptional design) and Meybod Ice House, both of which are Eco-friendly inventions. We have additionally a look at the tile and ceramic workshop and Narin Historical Castle. Once in Nain, we have the opportunity to visit Jame Mosque (the city’s premier attraction). We arrive in Isfahan toward the evening, having enough time to visit the historical bridges
Day 11

Overnight Isfahan

In the morning we are going to see the UNESCO World Heritage site Naqsh-e Jahan Square, the delightfully proportioned and decorated Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Imam Mosque, and richly beautified Ali Qapu Palace. After lunch, we’ll visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, Chehel Sotoun Palace and Garden (the dominant feature of which is its brilliant veranda with a wonderfulness and magnificence that spots it among the world’s most noteworthy structures). Next, we’ll visit the Persian Bazaar to be introduced to Iranian handicrafts and workshops
Day12

Overnight Departure

This morning will be devoted to the rest of the city, seeing Jaame Mosque (representing the maturation of the Persian style mosque) and Vank Cathedral (meaning convent or monastery in Armenian language best known for its architectural merits and tile works). The paintings in the church are magnificent and the combination of Islamic architectural styles and Christian patterns are evident. In the afternoon we’ll complete the tour walking by the river viewing the historical bridges. We’ll then depart from Isfahan in the evening

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 1450 €

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Wonders of Persia (12 D)

The “Wonders of Persia” tour is for those travelers who are interested in the finer details of our historical cities and prefer to take their time. We begin in Tehran, visiting the extensive museums (some of the best in world) and move to the romantic city of Shiraz, where you have the chance to spend a night with the nomads! We then visit the desert city of Yazd, home to the ancient religion of Zoroastrianism, and Isfahan, the city of beautiful handicrafts and the perfect place to find Persian Carpets. “Wonders of Persia” is the tour that we suggest particularly to the travelers who are interested in the magnificent desert architecture.

Visited Cities: Tehran, Shiraz, Yazd, Meybod, Nain, Isfahan, Abyaneh, Kashan

 

Day 1

Overnight Tehran

After a short rest in the hotel our full-day tour of Tehran begins with a visit to the Golestan Palace with a magnificent interior space created of all mirror work. Next we visit a number of fabulous museums: National Museum of Iran; Glass & Ceramics Museum (with its curved stairway, mirrored walls and ceilings displaying a collection of glassware from difference ages and places); and possibly Treasury of National Jewelry Museum (a stunning collection of jewels— with the sense of history they convey— including diamonds, rubies, pearls, sapphires, emeralds, etc.).
Day 2

Overnight Tehran

The second full-day city tour is also dedicated to the sights of Tehran beginning with a visit to the Sa’dabad Complex (where you enjoy strolling in a green surrounding, moving amongst palaces and palace museums that recount a story in their scattered way). Next, we take a look at the complex of Niavaran (the monuments of which belong to the Qajar and the Pahlavi periods). At the end of today’s tour, we are going to visit the Carpet Museum (an astonishing collection of ancient, remarkably intricate carpets in a building which is itself an impeccable example of modern architectural design).
Day 3

Overnight Shiraz

Today starts with a morning flight to Yasuj where we are going to have a full-day Tour in Zagros Range including Margon Waterfall (flowing through rocks in Margoon valley from a height of 70 meters in a region of 100-meter width). The natural condition of Margoon— Wild trees which have grown on the steep slopes of the valley, the high mountains and massive rocks — multiply the magnificence and beauty of the area around the waterfall. (We have a traditional lunch with nomads in spring and summer and spend a few hours with them). We then drive to Shiraz arriving at night
Day 4

Overnight Shiraz

In the morning we start our full-day excursion aiming at visiting three astonishing sites: Persepolis which still clearly expressing the eminence of the Persian Empire as it was nearly 2,500 years ago; Naqsh-e Rustam that is a standout amongst the most marvelous and dazzling old locales of the Achaemenid Empire (including the enormous tombs of Persian kings going back to the first millennium B.C.), and Pasargadae, the home to the Tomb of Cyrus the Great and the heart of ancient Iran without which there could never be anything named Persian Empire
Day 5

Overnight Shiraz

Today is dedicated to the beauty of Shiraz City. We are going to walk through Zandieh Complex (the citadel, Pars Museum, the marvelous Vakil Mosque, Vakil Bazaar and Saray-e-Moshir) and the Nasir Almolk Mosque (with the beautiful patterns made by sunlight streaming in the morning through the stained glass windows on the blue tiles). In the afternoon, we’ll see an eye-catching example of Persian Garden— Eram Garden—, and the Tomb of one of the most famous Iranian poets— Hafez. We end our tour by visiting Ali Ibn Hamzeh Shrine and Quran Gate
Day 6

Overnight Kerman

Moving from Shiraz to Kerman (580km), we’ll have a plan to visit the Sassanid Palace at Sarvestan located 90 km southeast of Shiraz (we may have also time to visit the Salt Lake on the way). The Sarvestan Palace with several domes, terraces, rooms, and corridors is one of the best samples of Sasanian architecture made up of plaster and stone and dominates a massive, empty plain. The entire complex covers a 25-hecatre plot of an area in the midst of a plain 9 kilometers south of Sarvestan town. We’ll arrive in Kerman in the evening
Day 7

Overnight Kerman

Today we’ll have a half-day tour of Kerman visiting The Ganjali Khan Complex (square, Bathhouse, bazaar, Caravanserai, and Mosque) before going on an excursion to visit Mahan, Rayen, and Shahdad. We will visit Shazdeh Garden in Mahan (35 Km) located as an oasis in the desert. Next, we see Rayen Castle (104 km), one of the world’s largest brick structures dating back to the Sassanid era. We then continue to reach Shahdad Kalout (desert) with eye-catching formations built by the disintegration of compacted sand
Day 8

Yazd

We are going to drive to Yazd— early in the morning— visiting Zein-o-Din Caravanserai on the way. Located just off the main road to Yazd, it resembles an old fort sitting in the middle of nowhere. Once inside, however, it makes you feel like you have walked into another time, with traditional designs and materials combined with modern facilities. We’ll start our half day tour of Yazd in the afternoon visiting the Zoroastrian Towers of Silence (built for the purpose of burial ritual in the past). We then visit Zoroastrian Fire Temple and its Sacred Eternal Flame.
Day 9

Overnight Yazd

While driving to Esfahan – 250 km away – we’ll make a few stops to visit Chak Chak (the well-known Zoroastrian’s Pantheon), the old Caravanserai, Ice House (built close to natural sources of winter ice and used to store ice during the year) and Pigeon Tower (utilized for genuine organic farming) in Meybod. Next we take a look at Jame Mosque, a decent sample of Islamic Persian Architecture in Nain, reaching our destination in the afternoon. Soaking up the atmosphere during the evening, we’ll stroll by the river to see the historical bridges
Day 10

Overnight Isfahan

In the morning we are going to see the UNESCO World Heritage site Naqsh-e Jahan Square, the starting point for a number of stunning sights— stylish Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Imam Mosque (a splendid example of tile work, stone carving, and architecture), and Ali Qapu Palace. After lunch, we’ll explore the UNESCO World Heritage site, Chehel Sotoun Palace (an architectural masterpiece standing inside a large royal park). Next, we’ll visit the Persian Bazaar to be introduced to Iranian handicrafts and workshops
Day 11

Overnight Isfahan

Today is planned to include visiting the UNESCO World Heritage site, Jaame Mosque (a spectacular representation of the progress of mosque architecture over centuries referenced in later eras and regions of the Islamic world as a prototype for mosque design and dome construction) and the architecturally magnificent Vank Cathedral (the interior of which is covered with eye-catching paintings and gilded carvings and incorporates a wainscot of rich tile work. The delicately blue and gold painted central dome portrays the Biblical story of the creation of the world and the Fall of Man from Eden).
Day12

Overnight Departure

Today, we drive to Tehran via Abyaneh, Kashan, and Qom (505 km). Set on the slope of the mountain, Abyaneh is like a living architectural museum. It affords an impressive example of the adaptation of man with his surroundings. Next, we make a few stops in Kashan to visit some elegant houses (for example, Borujerdis House, Ameri House, and Abbasi House) with impeccable detailing (that makes them classic samples of Iranian residential architecture) and the historical Mosque of Agha Bozorg. We then visit Fin Garden (a truly green oasis in desert landscape).

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 1450 €

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Cities And Sands  (14 D)

This Iran tour package is for the tourists who are occupied with both culture and the outdoors (featuring dolphin watching and the option of scuba diving); it combines our 7-day Central Iran tour with an Eco Tour. Besides the wonderful spots in central Iran, we’ll visit Qeshm Island (where you see the only Geo-Park in the Middle East), the coral island in the Persian Gulf, and the Hara forest. Despite its small size Qeshm Island has a huge variety of flora and fauna! Visited Cities: Shiraz, Bandar Abbas, Qeshm Island, Kerman, Bam, Yazd, Meybod, Nain, Isfahan

 

Day 1

Overnight Shiraz

We’ll start our tour from Shiraz— the city of poetry, roses, and nightingales— where we are going to visit the Zandieh Complex (the citadel, the great Vakil Mosque, Saray-e-Moshir, and Vakil Bazaar) with its marvelous architecture and. We also take a glance at the Nasir Almolk Mosque. In the afternoon, we will see one of the most appealing gardens of Iran, Eram Garden, and the Tomb of one of the most revered Iranian poets—Hafez. Next we’ll visit the Ali Ibn Hamzeh Shrine (a spiritual place with eye-catching mirror tiles). The tour ends by going to the Quran Gate.
Day 2

Overnight Bandar Abbas

Today we go on a full-day excursion to see a number of remarkable places near Shiraz: the UNESCO World Heritage site, Persepolis, a true testimony of the greatness of ancient Persian Culture and Civilization built by Darius I the great. Next, we’ll have a look at Naqsh-e Rustam, (where you are able to visit a number of rock-cut tombs belonging to the Achaemenid kings). We’ll end our tour by visiting the ancient capital of the Achaemenid Empire— Pasargadae— holding the Tomb of Cyrus the Great. At night we are going to fly from Shiraz to Bandar Abbas
Day 3

Overnight Qeshm

We’ll start our day in the morning with a ferry ride from BandarAbbas to Qeshm Island where we are going to continue our full-day tour. We’ll visit one of the most marvelous geological manifestations in the Island— the Stars Valley— created over time through erosion. Next we’ll move to the eye-catching Hara Forests (also known as the Mangrove forests), and Khourbas Cave. The twisting structure of the cave in the middle of the mountains and its perspective toward an extensive field support the idea that it has probably been an ancient worship site.
Day 4

Overnight Qeshm

Today we go on an excursion to Hormoz Island (a marvelous gem in the Persian Gulf). It’s so tranquil and small that you can hear the sound of the sea everywhere throughout the island. Watching gazelles moving about freely in the fields and the blend of sunlight and red soil take you to the universe of hues and dreams creating a pleasant scene which remains in your mind for a long time. We also have a chance to take a look at the Portuguese Castle constructed to the north east of the island under the command of the Spanish ruler of the time
Day 5

Overnight Kerman

In the morning we take a ferry back to Bandar Abbas where we are going to visit the Anthropological Museum and Hindu Temple. The remarkable Hindu Temple in Bandar Abbas is regarded as displaying a unique style of Indian architecture in Iran. Extending over an area of about 300 meters, the temple was built in 1310 A.D. by Indian architects for Hindus dwelling in the area, (under order of Mohammad-Hassan Khan Sa’dolmalek the Governor of the ports at that time). We are going to drive to Kerman (500 km) in the afternoon
Day 6

Overnight Kerman

We are going to start our half-day tour of Kerman city by visiting a Safavid-era Complex— Ganjali Khan (square, Bathhouse, bazaar, Caravanserai, and Mosque). Next, we go on an excursion to visit Mahan and Rayen. We’ll stroll through the eye-ctching Shazdeh Garden in Mahan (a sample of Persian Garden situated as an oasis in the desert), and Shah Nematollah Vali Shrine (the well-known Iranian mystic and poet). We then move to the Rayen Castle (104 km), a magnificent structure that dates back to the Sassanid period. We drive back to Kerman in the evening
Day 7

Overnight Yazd

Today we are driving to Yazd (330km) in the morning aiming at visiting Zein-o-Din Caravanserai on the way. It is located 60km away from Yazd, a 400-year-old caravanserai constructed— by Shah Abbas I— to promote trade. After arrival to Yazd, we are going to start our half-day tour of the city in the afternoon by walking through the old town where we have an opportunity to see the Jame Mosque (with a pair of minarets, the tallest in Iran), Alexander Prison, and Zurkhaneh (a traditional gymnasium in which the ancient sport is practiced).
Day 8

Overnight Yazd

After breakfast we’ll begin our tour around the city which includes visiting two Zoroastrian major spots first: the Towers of Silence and Zoroastrian’s Fire Temple. The former are constructions in which a sensible and clean way was being used in the past to treat dead bodies. The latter is a tranquil place with a peaceful sense of spirituality which holds the famous 1500-year-old fire known as the Eternal Flame. We’ll end our tour by visiting the Water Museum (displaying tools used for making underground channels), and Amir Chakhmagh Square
Day 9

Overnight Isfahan

In the morning we are driving to Isfahan (313km), en route visiting these major places: the Shah Abbasi Caravanserai of Meybod; the Pigeon Tower (an eye-catching structure with economic benefits); the Narin Historical Castle (a historical monument dating back to 2,000 years ago); and the Jame Mosque of Nain (with the remarkable brickwork and impressive plasterwork over the niche). Arriving in Isfahan in the evening, we’ll have free time to walk along the historical bridges watching the daily life of people from a near distance
Day 10

Overnight Isfahan

Our full-day tour in Isfahan includes visiting some UNESCO World Heritage sites: the massive Naqshe-Jahan square; the particularly exquisite Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque; the Imam Mosque; the elaborately decorated Ali Qapu Palace; and the famous Bazaar where you have an opportunity to see the arts & crafts products. We also take a look at the Chehel Sotoun Palace and Garden (the best sample of Islamic Persian painting). The style of life delineated in these paintings is distinctive with the genuine state of society in that period.
Day 11

Overnight Abyaneh

Today’s city tour begins, in the morning, by visiting the Jame Mosque (having incredible interiors with different areas from different eras) and the historical Vank Cathedral (a Safavid-Christian imagery synthesis well-known for its architectural features and tile works). The paintings in the church are spectacular and the mixture of Islamic architectural styles and Christian patterns are apparent. In the afternoon we’ll drive to Abyaneh where we have a chance to see the marvelous rural architecture and traditional dresses of local people
Day12

Overnight Tehran

Leaving Abyaneh (the town of living traditions and customs), we are driving to Tehran via Kashan and Qom (270km). Once in Kashan we are going to visit the best Iranian houses in size and architecture (for example, Borujerdis House, Ameri House, and Abbasi House), and the historical Mosque of Agha Bozorg. We then visit the UNESCO World Heritage site Fin Garden before leaving the city to Qom where we are going to visit the Fatima Masumeh Shrine. After visiting the holy shrine we’ll continue our journey arriving in Tehran in the evening.
Day13

Overnight Tehran

Today is dedicated entirely to the capital: Golestan Palace (a stunning place with an enormous amount of impressive mirrors); next, we’ll visit the Museum of Reza Abbasi, displaying a remarkable collection of Persian art; we then possibly visit the Treasury of National Jewelry Museum (which holds the largest pink diamond in the world, Kiani Crown encrusted with emeralds, and many other invaluable gems and jewelry). We’ll end our tour with a walk through Bazaar (where you have an opportunity to experience the everyday life-style of the people).
Day14

Overnight Departure

Today we are going to visit Sa’dabad Complex (with 18 remarkable palaces two of which we will visit). Built by Pahlavi Dynasty, this magnificent structure houses a number of museums (devoted to various subjects such as the miniature paintings, and royal automobiles). Next, we are going to visit the Glass & Ceramics Museum. With hundreds of exhibits, this eye-catching museum beautifully combines Eastern and Western styles. In the afternoon you’ll be transferred to Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport for departure

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 1700 €

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Hidden Gems of Desert (14 D)

This 14-day tour package is a special option for those tourists who admire Persian history and like to gain a rich experience of hidden beauty of Iran deserts and a glimpse of natural scenes. Some travelers have always had a dream of experiencing the glorious beauty of Iran deserts alongside visiting major historical/cultural spots. This amazing tour plan starts from Tehran and covers some major cities and attractions such as Damghan, Mesr Village, Yazd, Shiraz, and Yasuj. You then move to Isfahan, followed by a visit to Kashan on the way to Tehran for departure.

Visited Cities & Towns: Tehran, Damghan, Mesr Village, Yazd, Shiraz, Yasuj, Isfahan

 

Day 1

Overnight Tehran

Upon your landing in Tehran— after a short rest— we’ll begin our city tour which is devoted entirely to the capital: Golestan Palace representing design and stylish achievements of the Qajar era (including the introduction of European subjects and styles into Persian arts); we then possibly have an opportunity to visit the Treasury of National Jewelry Museum (holding one of the world’s most valuable jewelry collection). At the end, we’ll stroll through Tehran Bazaar, (a great chance to experience the everyday lifestyle of the people in the most populated city in Iran).
Day 2

Overnight Tehran

Today we aim at hiking in the Alborz mountain range (extending from west to east along the southern coast of the Caspian Sea, of which the highest Peak is Damavand 5671 m which is situated in central part of this spectacular mountain range.). After hiking we return to the city to take a glance at Sa’dabad Complex (a 300-hectare complex constructed by the Qajar and Pahlavi kings). The site’s 18 buildings accommodate museums representing subjects as diverse as the royal cars, royal dishware, and miniature paintings. It was the summer residence of the last Shah.
Day 3

Overnight Damghan

We are going to drive to Damghan (350km). It is one of the oldest cities in Iran with a 7000-year history and civilization. Our tour will start with a visit to the Tarikhane Mosque, the oldest mosque in Iran which was built after the advent of Islam in Iran. We then move to Cheshmeh-Ali (one of the permanent springs located 30 km north of Damghan). Due to its pleasant climate this region has been visited by people from ancient times. We also take a look at one of the pavilions built in this area during Qajar period.
Day 4

Overnight Desert Camping

Today is entirely devoted to the beauty of the desert. In the morning we are going to drive to the desert, visiting the Jandagh Castle on the way. We then continue to the Mesr Village. Located in Khur and Biabanak County, close to the city of Nain, Mesr village is like a small island in the sand, somewhere in the heart of the central desert of Iran where you have an opportunity to feel the breathtaking scenery of sand and silence during your visit with a delightful starry sky at night. The whole trip is approximately 400km
Day 5

Overnight Yazd

Today we’ll start a short hiking through the desert before heading for Yazd (450km). We make a stop at Meybod to visit the old Caravanserai (one of the remarkable Safavid caravanserais due to its architecture, place, and interior design), and Narin Castle (a mud-brick structure which dates back to more than 2000 years ago). Caravanserais supported the flow of information, commerce, and people across the trade routes covering Asia, southeastern Europe, and North Africa, especially along the Silk Road. We’ll arrive in Yazd in the afternoon
Day 6

Overnight Yazd

Our today will be devoted to the significant places in Yazd. We’ll start with a visit to the grand, congregational Jame Mosque (with the tallest minarets in Iran). We then visit the Zoroastrian structures known as Towers of Silence (which were being used for death ritual in the past). We also see the Zoroastrian Fire Temple (housing the 1500-year-old Sacred Eternal Flame) followed by a visit to the Water Museum. In the afternoon we’ll visit Amir Chakhmaq Square and Dolat Abad Garden (with the tallest Badgir/windcatcher in Iran and probably in the world).
Day 7

Overnight Shiraz

Today we are going to drive to Shiraz visiting three major spots on the way: Pasargadae where you feel the grandeur of the Achaemenid Empire. It holds the Tomb of the founder of Achaemenid dynasty— Cyrus the Great. We then move to the Naqsh-e Rostam (a royal necropolis which houses the massive tombs of the Achaemenid and Sassanid kings). The last place is Persepolis (a stunning structure which embodies the greatest achievements of the ancient Achaemenid Empire). We then continue our trip arriving in Shiraz in the evening
Day 8

Overnight Shiraz

The day is dedicated to the beauty of Shiraz, the historical center of Persian culture and a glorious image of gardens and poetry. We’ll begin with a visit to the Arg-e Karim Khan, eye-catching Vakil Mosque and Vakil Bazaar (where you are going to experience an impressive atmosphere with a delightful architecture). Next, we’ll visit the Nasir Almolk Mosque (known as the Pink Mosque) and the Narenjestan Mansion. Shiraz is home to the most cherished Persian poet— Hafez— whose tomb we will visit at the end of our city tour.
Day 9

Overnight Yasuj

In the morning we are going to move to Yasuj visiting— on the way— the eye-catching Margon Waterfall (flowing through rocks in Margoon valley from a height of 70 meters in an area of 100-meter width). High mountains, bright and shining sun, the wild trees grown on the steep slopes, and overgrown rocks add to the magnificence of the territory around the waterfall. After hiking through this spectacular area, we drive to Yasuj (a cold mountainous city covered by a vast oak forest, which provides a temperate climate and enhances its beauty).
Day 10

Overnight Yasuj

Today we go on a full-day excursion to explore the natural beauty of the outskirts of Yasuj. The city has been named as the capital of Iranian Nature (due to its spectacular waterfalls, rivers, springs, and chestnut trees). The activities include trekking/hiking, seeing the eye-catching landscape of the region, and possibly meeting nomads. We also visit Tang-e sorkh village. In the vicinity of the village is a scenic gorge through which a lush river stretches towards the Komehr village situated in Margoon region. We then return to Yasuj in the late afternoon.
Day 11

Overnight Isfahan

We are going to hit the road again driving to Isfahan in the morning (340km). Arriving in Isfahan we have free time to visit two of the main attractions of the city: Jame Mosque (a comprehensive encyclopedia of Iranian and Islamic architecture where you have a chance to see step by step development of Persian architecture), and the Vank Cathedral. With remarkable paintings displaying the architectural styles of both Christian and Islamic traditions, the design of the cathedral is a mixture of the Safavid style and an Islamic-style dome
Day12

Overnight Isfahan

Our full-day tour of Isfahan will start with a visit to one of the largest squares in the world Naqsh-e Jahan, located around the perimeter of the delightful Imam Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque (a work of outstanding artistry, skill, and expertise), and the Ali Qapu Palace (one of the best samples of finest Iranian art). In the afternoon we’ll visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, Chehel Sotoun Palace and Garden (with its outstanding veranda). Next, we’ll visit the Persian Bazaar to get familiar with the Iranian handicrafts and workshops.
Day13

Overnight Tehran

Today we are driving to Tehran via Kashan (490km) where we make a few stops to see the city in more detail. We’ll visit a bunch of Iranian houses which are of great architectural value (for example, Borujerdis House, Ameri House, and Abbasi House). Next, we take a glance at the historical Mosque of Agha Bozorg (used also as a theological school). Next, we’ll visit the UNESCO World Heritage site Fin Garden which is a fine sample of Persian Garden. We then leave the city to Tehran (257km) arriving in the evening.
Day14

Overnight Departure

You will be transferred to Imam Khomeini International Airport at the appropriate time for departure

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Giude: Full-Time qualified Tour Giude In English Or Your Choosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 1700 €

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Pearl of Persia (14 D)

This tour totally deserves the title “Pearl of Persia”. Iran is most famous for its historical sites. From a geographical point of view, however, one of the most amazing features of the country is the vast contrast in climate— a factor that has made Iran one of the top ten countries in the world. This tour combines historical sightseeing with visits to the desert and incredible mountain views. A rare chance to see all this beauty and variety in just 14 days!

Visited Cities: Tehran, Yazd, Shiraz, Yasuj, Shahr-e Kord, Isfahan, Abyaneh, Kashan

 

Day 1

Overnight Tehran

Upon your arrival in Tehran— after a short rest— we’ll start our city tour which includes: Golestan Palace representing architectural and aesthetic accomplishments of the Qajar time (including the introduction of European themes and styles into Persian arts); National Museum of Iran (showing the rich history of Iran’s ancient and Islamic periods); Glass & Ceramics Museum (with hundreds of objects, dating from the 2nd millennium BC to the present day); and possibly the National Jewelry Museum (housing one of the world’s most valuable jewelry collection).
Day 2

Overnight Yazd

On this day we aim to see the other major sights in Tehran beginning with a visit to the Sa’dabad Complex. The site’s 18 buildings accommodate museums displaying subjects as diverse as the royal automobiles, royal dishware, and miniature paintings. Next, we’ll visit the Complex of Niavaran (a historical complex consists of several monuments and buildings built in the Qajar and Pahlavi periods.). You have also a glance at the Carpet Museum (a great place to see a number of unique carpets like the Tree of Life with Kings and Notables). You then fly to Yazd in the evening.
Day 3

Overnight Kerman

We are going to begin our half day city from the alleys of Yazd where you get into the atmosphere of Old Persia. In the morning, after breakfast, we walk around the old town with its narrow alleys where time appears to have ceased. We’ll see the Towers of silence (in which an ecologically sound practice of laying the dead to rest was followed by Zoroastrians until 1960s) and Zoroastrian Fire Temple that holds the Eternal Flame (which has been burning for 1500 years). After lunch we’ll drive to Kerman (380km) arriving around sunset
Day 4

Overnight Kerman

Today we have a plan for a half-day tour of Kerman visiting the Ganjali Khan Complex (square, Bathhouse, bazaar, Caravanserai, and Mosque) before going on an excursion to visit Mahan, Rayen, and Shahdad. We’ll see Shazdeh Garden in Mahan standing as an oasis in the desert. Next we visit Rayen Castle (a remaining image of the residential fortresses in the ancient time). We then continue to reach Shahdad Kalout (desert) with wonderful structures cut out of sand hills where you have a chance to admire the beauty of desert sunset while driving back to Kerman.
Day 5

Overnight Shiraz

On this day we are going to drive to Shiraz (575km) visiting Jame Mosque of Neyriz (one of the oldest Iranian mosque) and Sarvestan Palace on the way. The Jame mosque in Neyriz (the iwan of which is built on architectural techniques of Sassanid period) was a fire temple which converted into mosque toward the starting years of Islamic era. We then visit Sarvestan Palace (an architecturally significant structure) which is one of the best samples of the Sassanid design style. We’ll arrive to Shiraz in the evening
Day 6

Overnight Shiraz

Today is dedicated to a full-day excursion to see three major spots beginning with a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site, Persepolis (a splendid structure with imposing gateways, monumental staircases, and impressive reliefs which embodies the greatest accomplishments of the ancient Achaemenid Empire). Next we visit Naqsh-e Rostam (a royal necropolis), and Pasargadae (the Tomb and Palaces of Cyrus the Great) where you feel the grandeur of the Achaemenid Empire. We then drive back to Shiraz in the evening
Day 7

Overnight Yasuj

Today’s city tour of Shiraz will start with a visit to the Nasir’ol Molk Mosque with an intricate tile work (a deep shade of blue) and eye-catching carved pillars. Next we’ll visit Vakil Bazaar and Hafeziyeh (the tomb of Hafez— one of the most revered poets in Iran— set in an enchanting garden). Next we visit Narenjestan (including a garden and a pavilion with a breathtaking combination of intricate tiles and stained-glass windows). In the afternoon we are going to drive to Yasuj camping in a wonderful natural environment. We might also have free time for a short trekking
Day 8

Overnight Yasuj

Our today is dedicated to full-day hiking tour in the delightful outskirts of Yasuj with healthy mountain air, a pleasant stroll to feel deeply the natural beauty of southern Iran. Located at the height of 1870 meters above the sea level the city is the rainiest area in Zagros region the precipitation rate of which is 834 millimeters on average). Yasuj is among the cold mountainous regions covered by the oak trees and has been named as the capital of Iranian Nature due to its eye-catching waterfalls, rivers, plains, and springs.
Day 9

Overnight Yasuj

On this day we start our full-day trekking in Yasuj where we are going to enjoy one of the most picturesque areas of Iran with the breathtaking views of the central Zagros Mountains stretching from the North West toward the South East of Iran. The sound of the goats in the heart of the delightful chestnut trees and the fresh wind blowing against your face will be a lasting memory of the beauty of this wonderful nature finely tuned to the poetic spirit of the nomadic lifestyle. After several hours of trekking we’ll return to the city to recover and get ready for tomorrow.
Day 10

Overnight Shahre Kord

In the morning we’ll drive to Shahre Kord (285 km), visiting the remarkable Semirom Waterfalls on the way. The waterfall is one of the reputed places of the Isfahan province located 5km east of Semirom showing off its beauty with a height of 32 meters as a silver carpet in the midst of stony walls. Our tour around Shahre Kord will begin in the afternoon. The city is well-known for its natural beauty of the landscape, waterfalls and rivers, and cold winters. It is the Iran’s highest capital city at (2,070 m above the sea level) known as roof of Iran.
Day 11

Overnight Shahre Kord

We aim to go on a full-day excursion to visit Chelgard and its county—Kohrang. Known as the Land of Springs, Kohrang is a county in Chaharmahal-o Bakhtiari Province located in central Iran. The colorful trees, diversity of plant and animal species, abundance of rivers, plains covered with red and yellow tulips in the spring, fine weather, and green meadows— all these create an ultimate colorful and distinguished image of beauty that cannot be vanished from mind. We then drive back to Shahre Kord in the evening
Day12

Overnight Isfahan

On this day we’ll drive to Isfahan, en route visiting Zaman Khan Bridge (29 km northeast of Shahr-e-Kord) built on the Zayandeh Rud River to make the movements of goods and people easier and simpler in the region. It is called “Zaman khan” bridge because one of the tribal chieftains named Zaman Khan has constructed this structure. The bridge has an incredible design and architecture and there are lots of beautiful gardens around it. After arriving to Isfahan we have free time to have a walking tour along the Zayandeh Rud River in the afternoon
Day13

Overnight Isfahan

Today we are going to explore the UNESCO World Heritage site, Naqsh-e Jahan Square and the other major sites. Isfahan is known as the gem of Iran and the Naghsh-e-Jahan square makes it sparkle. It is surrounded on all sides by impressive structures including Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque; the richly decorated Imam Mosque; and six-storied palace, Ali Qapu. The afternoon will be dedicated to visiting the bazaar where you can spend some happy hours in this stone-arched structure walking and knowing more about the Iranian handicrafts and workshops
Day14

Overnight Departure

Today, we drive to Tehran through Abyaneh, Kashan, and Qom (505 km). You have a chance to see the traditional dresses of local people and architecturally well-balanced houses in Abyaneh built with respect to the area’s climate and mountainous landscape. Next we visit some eye-catching houses in Kashan (such as Borujerdis House, Ameri House, and Abbasi House) with appropriate size and design, and the magnificent Mosque of Agha Bozorg. We then visit the alluring Fin Garden before leaving Kashan to Imam Khomeini International Airport for departure

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our transfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 1650 €

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Royalty and Nature (14 D)

We recommend this 14-day tour package to those tourists who would like to see southern, central, and northern Iran in more depth. It starts from Shiraz and continues through Isfahan and Tehran. The next part of your trip will be dedicated to visiting north and northwest of Iran which includes, but not limited to, Anzali Lagoon, Dome of Soltaniyeh, and St. Stephen’s Church. At the end you take a glance at Masuleh Village before moving to Tehran for departure.  Visited Cities & Towns: Shiraz, Isfahan, Abyaneh, Kashan, Tehran, Qazvin, Zanjan, Kandovan, Tabriz, Ardabil, Anzali, Masuleh

 

Day 1

Overnight Shiraz

Upon your arrival in Shiraz you’ll be transferred to the hotel for a rest. In the morning our tour begins with a visit to Nasir-ol-Mulk Mosque (also called the Pink Mosque because of its stained-glass windows); Narenjestan with interesting house-museum; Arg-e Karim Khan; Vakil Bazaar; and Vakil Mosque, famous for its huge prayer hall. Next, we visit the Tomb of one of the most renowned Iranian poets—Hafez. Then the tour ends by going to Ali Ibn Hamzeh Shrine (with mirror tiles covering the entire wall and domed roof) and Quran Gate
Day 2

Overnight Isfahan

We are going to drive to Isfahan visiting— on the way— the UNESCO World Heritage site Persepolis, the capital of the vast Achaemenid Persian Empire for centuries. We continue our trip by seeing Naqsh-e Rustam (a royal necropolis standing as an enduring memory of glorious ancient Persia) in which there are four tombs belonging to Achaemenid kings. Within an hour’s drive from Persepolis is another ancient capital, Pasargadae, home to the Tomb of Cyrus the Great. We’ll arrive in Isfahan during the evening
Day 3

Overnight Isfahan

Tour of Isfahan will begin with a visit to one of the largest squares in the world, Naqshe-Jahan (a UNESCO World Heritage site) which are located around the perimeter of the huge mosque of the Imam Mosque, the exquisite Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque built without minarets, and Ali Qapu Palace. After lunch, we’ll continue our tour of Isfahan by visiting the UNESCO World Heritage site Chehel Sotoun Palace and Garden (the best sample of Islamic Persian painting). In the evening, we’ll stroll through the old arched bridge Siosepol.
Day 4

Overnight Isfahan

During the half day tour, we will visit the Vank Cathedral, the architecture of which is a mixture of the Safavid style (high arches) and an Islamic-style dome. Next, we see the Jameh Mosque (a microcosm of some of the best experiences that Persian culture and architecture have to offer representing the maturation of the Persian style mosque). The Mosque is viewed as a magnificent museum of Islamic periods in Iran because of its various types of architecture from 1,400 years ago to the most recent century.
Day 5

Overnight Tehran

In the morning, after breakfast, we move to Tehran. On the way, we’ll visit the 2000-year-old village of Abyaneh (with houses made of red clay, whose inhabitants still wear traditional costumes). After leaving Abyaneh, we are going to see— in Kashan— Borujerdis House, Ameri House, and Abbasi House (built in the traditional Persian style) and the UNESCO World Heritage site, Fin Garden. There will also be an opportunity to visit the excavations of 5000-year-old Sialk Tepe (which is not far from Kashan). We’ll arrive in Tehran in the evening
Day 6

Overnight Tehran

Today our sightseeing tour of the capital of Iran will begin with a visit to the Tehran bazaar and continue with a visit to Golestan Palace and the National Museum, (the first science museum in Iran that holds exhibits showing objects going back to 8 thousand years ago). After lunch, we might have a chance to take a glance at Treasury of National Jewelry Museum (which houses the largest pink diamond in the world, the Peacock Throne, and much other eye-catching jewelry). In the evening, we’ll stroll through the two-level bridge, Tabiyat, connecting two large parks
Day 7

Overnight Qazvin

In the morning we’ll drive to Qazvin visiting Alamut Castle situated between Qazvin region and the Caspian Sea (approximately 100 km from present-day Tehran). It is a mountain structure based on a massive rock in an elevation of 2,100 meters above sea level in the heart of the Alborz Mountain. The legendary ruins of Alamut Castle possess historical importance going back to around 1090 A.D., when Hassan Sabbah, the charismatic leader of Ismailites in Iran, picked the Alamut area as his headquarters. We stay overnight in Qazvin
Day 8

Zanjan

Today we are going to drive from Qazvin to Zanjan (178 km) through Takhte Suleiman. The architecture of (the UNESCO World Heritage site) Takht-e Soleyman affected the development of religious designs in the Islamic period and turned into a noteworthy architectural reference for other societies in both the East and the West. We also visit the Dome of Soltaniyeh, (a remarkable accomplishment in the advancement of Persian architecture) characterized by its creative building structure, spatial proportions, and the decorative patterns
Day 9

Overnight Tabriz

In the morning, after breakfast, we drive to Tabriz visiting Kandovan village on the way. Located at the foothills of Mount Sahand on the northern slopes of a valley, the village is a living example of human adjustment to the exceptionally unusual natural environment with some 700-year-old carved houses. Once in Tabriz, we have enough time to see some elegant buildings, whose architecture has remained untouched since the reign of the Qajar dynasty. We end our short tour with a walk in the park of El Goli
Day 10

Overnight Tabriz

Our city tour of Tabriz includes visiting Timche Mozafari, one of the main places for the sale of Iranian carpets, and the last caravanserai— during our journey— in the Bazaar of Tabriz. As one of the largest interconnected markets, this UNESCO World Heritage Site was one of the main shopping centers of the Silk Road. Next, we have a glance at the Blue Mosque, Sa’at Tower (also known as Tabriz Municipality Palace) containing a museum with historical maps, photographs of Tabriz, the first city taxi and the old fire engines
Day 11

Overnight Tabriz

Today we go on an excursion along the Aras River, the natural border between Azerbaijan and Iran in the direction of the old St. Stephen’s Church (a UNESCO World Heritage site) located in a picturesque valley with natural streams. The antiquity of the church is due to its location on the old roads, including the Silk Road. Next, we visit the historical Kordasht public bathhouse, now converted into a museum and the Armenian monastery of Saint Thaddeus. We then back to Tabriz staying overnight in the city
Day12

Overnight Ardabil

After breakfast we leave Tabriz to Ardabil to visit Sheikh Safi al-Din Khanegah and Shrine Ensemble, the founder of the Islamic Sufi-dervish order. The richly decorated facades and interiors of the mausoleum is a unique example of medieval Islamic architecture. After lunch, we’ll go on an excursion to Ardabil Bazaar (where you can see a small mysterious mosque and historic bridges). In the evening you’ll stroll along the Shorabil Lake whose surface is covered by a thin layer of minerals which are used to treat skin diseases and rheumatism
Day13

Overnight Anzali

In the morning we’ll start our trip to Anzali (a free trade zone harbor town near Rasht, the capital of Gilan province) on the scenic road Heyran among mists and spectacular views of the green mountains. After arrival, we take a look at the popular Shanbe-Bazar (Saturday Market). In the evening we will have the opportunity to observe various species of fish, birds, and plants in the world’s largest freshwater lagoon. It is a coastal lagoon, in the Caspian Sea close to the Port of Anzali known as a good place for bird watching
Day14

Overnight Departure

After breakfast we drive to Gilan Rural Heritage Museum, which is a unique eco-museum showing the cultural and ethnic diversity of Gilan. The museum is in a small village, surrounded by a wooden fence, and includes a tea-house, children’s playground, the town hall, stables, and lake. On the way to Tehran we are going to visit Masuleh village, in which the roof of the lower house turns into the terrace for the higher tier. In the evening you’ll arrive in Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport for departure

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 1800 €

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