13 days 12 nights
Cultural Tours, Desert Tour, Group Tour, Photography Tours, Seasonal
A Different Experience of Traveling to Iran!
Exploring the desert, Trying the Persian Culinary Courses, and many more beautiful details. Make your decision to know more about Real Iran, Persian Culture, and Live like a local…
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Arrive at Tehran airport (IKA) , meet our agent and transfer to hotel, overnight Tehran
day tour of Tehran, visiting Golestan palace, Shamsolemareh, Jewelry museum and Tehran grand bazaar, fly to Shiraz at night,
Shiraz is known as the city of poets, literature, Monuments, Garden and flowers. Start your Full-day city tour with Nasirolmolk mosque and its colorful Shabestan and Naranjestan Palace after that Zand Complex that includes Citadel, Mosque and traditional Bazaar after that going to visit Hafez tomb
Going to have a Persian cooking course and after lunch Have an excursion to see the magnificent site of Persepolis and Necropolis, back to Shiraz passing underneath Quran gate,
Drive to Yazd, the city of Wind Towers. En-route visit Abarkooh, the old cypress and Abarkooh Icehouse, keep going to Yazd, we can walk in the Fahadan old part of the city, feeling to be in centuries ago.
In the morning visit Amirchakhmaq square, Tower of Silence, Markar museum, Jame mosque and Zoroastrian Fire temple.
we’ll visit Dolat Abad garden. Dolat abad garden like all the Persian gardens has a summer house in the middle of it and what is adorable in this garden is its tall wind tower.
Drive to Kharanagh ancient mud village, have a tour of this beautiful village, drive to Garmeh oasis and stay the night at a guest house, have a local dinner by a local family,
Overnight traditional guest house
Drive to Mesr, few moments later, while the absolute silence of desert is your only company, you will find yourself in the first emerald land. The road is totally flat which is considered as one of the wonders of Iran’s central desert and surprises every Eco Tourist. The sand hills around the village are known as thrones since the strong wind has shaped the surface, forming strange and attractive figures. visit the magnificent salt-lake and do activities such as camel riding and quad biking based on your interest.
Overnight in a hotel in Mesr
Drive toward Naein, visiting Anarak caravansary in our way, we’ll visit jame mosque and the underground workshops in naein,
In the morning we’ll drive to Esfahan, start a city tour of Esfahan, one of the largest cities in the world with many beautiful boulevards, covered bridges, palaces, mosques, minarets and monuments. Naghsh-e Jahan Square is a famous attraction of this city that has been registered by UNESCO as outstanding example of Iranian and Islamic architecture. Esfahan also has a wide variety of historic monuments and is known for the paintings, history and architecture. Start your full-day city tour with visiting Naghsh-e-Jahan Complex (A’li Qapu palaces, Sheikh Lotfollah, Imam Mosques and Bazaar),
Going to visit Vank cathedral in the Jolfa region, the Armenian quarter, in Esfahan with beautiful shop stores and cozy coffee shops. Then we’ll go to visit Esfahan Jame Mosque which is very rich in architecture and civil engineering of the domes. The next attraction is Chehel Sotoon palace. In Persian Chehel sotoon means Forty columns, the reflex of the columns in the pool next to the palace make the vision of 40 columns. Well walk next to the Zayande rood river (based on the possibility) and visit the Sio Se pol and Khaju Bridges,
Overnight in Esfahan
After Breakfast, we’ll drive to Abyaneh, trekking in this red village, getting familiar with the lifestyle of this lovely village. The houses of this village are in red color and make the view very adorable.
Keep going to Kashan, In Kashan the Beautiful old city of Iran with many Historical sites like Tabatabaei and Boroujerdi traditional Houses,
After breakfast, we’ll enjoy the Fin Garden, which is one of the Persian Gardens in Iran and we’ll visit Soltan Amir Ahmad Bath and Kashan traditional bazaar.
Drive to IKA for departure