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21 Days Go West Iran Tour for Second Time Travelers

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This intriguing meander west is ideal for those who’ve seen the main desert city sights or are confident in navigating through areas often unaccustomed to foreigners.

The route over mountains and valleys boasts nine World Heritage sites.

The remotest sections will require charter taxis. Note that in winter, mountain roads can be cut off by snow.

Starting in Tehran, head west to Qazvin and spend the afternoon exploring the historic city, before driving into the Alamut Valley and hiking for two days among the ruined Castles of the Assassins.

Continue across to the Caspian, recovering at a homestay near Ramsar, then onto vibrant Rasht, conquering the mountain fortress of Qal’eh Rudkhan before spending a pleasant afternoon strolling the teashops of photogenic Masuleh.

Forsake the dull coast and jump a savari inland, up through nomad country to Khal Khal, then onto Ardabil to visit the magnificent Sheikh Safi-od-Din Mausoleum.

Savari-hop the scenic back route to Kaleybar via Meshgin Shahr. Climb the breathtaking Babak Castle, then hire a driver for the sublime Aras River Valley run to Jolfa and the magnificent Church of St Stephanos.

Complete the Armenian church trifecta of Qareh Kalisa and Dzor Dzor Chapel on your way to Maku, via Khoy and Chaldoran.

An easy half day to Tabriz and its bazaar leaves the afternoon for exploring troglodyte Kandovan.

More savari-hopping across high landscapes due south to Takab and the starkly beautiful Takht-e Soleiman, once the world’s greatest Zoroastrian fire-temple complex.

Continue on across the incredible landscape to Zanjan. Hire a driver for the trip to Hamadan via the magnificent Mongol-era Oljeitu Mausoleum at Soltaniyeh and the remarkable Katale Khor Caves.

Check out the BuAli Sina Mausoleum in Hamadan before taking a speedy savari to hospitable Sanandaj.

Spend an afternoon in Palangan before heading to Marivan and the scenic road thru Howraman to Paveh, via Kurdish mountain villages. At Kermanshah, sneak a peak at Taq-e Bustan’s stone carvings and the scaffolding at Bisotun before you cross the mighty Zagros Mountains to Khorramabad and its fortress.

Savari to Shush to wander ancient Susa, then hire a car to the 3000-year-old ziggurat of Choqa Zanbil and the Sassaniancum-Roman engineering of the Shushtar hydraulic system.

Take a savari to Andimeshk and your evening train back to Tehran.

  • Service to obtain the Iran visa tracking code
  • 19 Nights’ Accommodation in requested Hotels 
  • Breakfasts
  • Domestic Train Andimeshk to Tehran
  • Travel Insurance
  • English Speaking guide
  • Transportation and Transfers
  • A lunch in a traditional place as Friendly Iran’s gift
  • International and Domestic Airfare
  • Visa stamp fee
  • Entrance fees to the attractions
  • Dinner
  • Lunch
  • Tips & Portages

Day 1: Tehran- Qazvin

Arrival to Tehran and we’ll drive to Qazvin, Spend the afternoon exploring the Qazvin historic city,

Overnight in Qazvin

Day 2: Qazvin – Ovan Lake- Alamut Valley

Spending some time near Ovan Lake, and keep Driving into the Alamut Valley and hiking for two days among the Ruined Castles of the Assassins, 

overnight in an eco-lodge in Alamut

Day 3: Alamut

Alamut Valley and hiking, overnight in an eco-lodge in Alamut

Day 4: Alamut- Ramsar

Drive next to the Caspian Sea toward Ramsar, Overnight in Ramsar

Day 5: Ramsar-Rasht

An easy day next to beach, enjoying our day visiting Lahijan village and farms, the Caspien sea beach, Ramsar entertainment complex, using a zipline, overnight in Rasht

Day 6: Rasht-Masuleh

Drive to Masuleh, visiting the nice village, and overnight in Masuleh

Day 7: Masuleh – Ardabil

Drive from the beautiful road of Asalem to Khalkhal

overnight in Ardabil

Day 8: Ardabil- Kaleybar

Visiting Sheikh Safi-od-Din Mausoleum, Drive to Kaleybar and overnight in Kaleybar

Day 9: kaleybar – Jolfa 

Early in the morning visiting Babak Castle (it takes 4 hours to visit the castle) then drive to Jolfa, overnight in Jolfa

Day 10: Jolfa – Chaldoran – Maku

Visiting Church of St Stephanos, Qareh Kalisa and Dzor Dzor, overnight Maku

Day 11: Maku – Tabriz

Drive to Tabriz; visit Tabriz Bazaar and Elgoli, overnight in Tabriz

Day 12: Tabriz – Takhte Soleyman- Takab

Drive to Takhte Soleyamn visiting Zoroastrian fire-temple complex, and Overnight in Takab

Day 13: Takab – Zanjan

Drive to Zanjan, visiting Zanjan bazaar and Rakhtshooy khaneh, overnight Zanjan

Day 14: Zanjan – Soltaniye- Katale khor – Hamedan

Drive to Hamedan, visiting Soltaniyeh dome and Katale Khor Cave en-route, visiting BuAli Sina Mausoleum based on time, overnight Hamedan

Day 15: Hamedan- Sanandaj

Hamedan sightseeing and drive to Sanandaj, overnight sanandaj

Day 16: Sanandaj – marivan- Zarivar lake- Uraman

Drive to Marivan, enjoying the Zarivar Lake; keep going to Uraman, overnight Uraman

Day 17: Uraman- Kermanshah

Exploring this amazing village and drive to Kermanshah, overnight Kermanshah


Day 18: Kermanshah- Khoramabad

Visiting Taghe Bostan and Bistoun, drive to khorram abad, visiting falakol aflak castle, overnight Khorram abad

Day 19: Khoramabad– Shushtar- Shush

Visiting Shushtar hydraulic system and Tomb of Danial, drive to shoosh, overnight Shoosh

Day 20: Shush – Train to Tehran

Tour of the unique Ziggurat of Choqa Zanbil and transfer to train station at noon.

Day 21: Arrive to Tehran in the midnight, overnight Tehran or Transfer to IKA, Departure

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