3 days 2 nights
Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province located in the southeastern part of the country is famous for the highest waterfalls and lushest plains, rivers, spas, and beautiful oak jungles. As not being included in the classic route of Iran, sometimes it can be hard for foreign travellers to explore the area. This multi-day tour gives you the opportunity to add some adventures to your Iran visit.
Strat from a central point inside the city of Isfahan.
Drive to Shahrekord city, the center of Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari Province, which takes about an hour and a half. Start with Jame mosque of Sharekord and then going to visit Chaleshtor historical Castle, a mixture of Iranian and Europian architecture belongs to Safavid era, drive toward Koohrang, we will visit the Sheykh Ali Khan waterfall, the first Koohrang tunnel, Dimeh spring from Dimeh village, and Shir Sangi Statue (Stony Lion), Overnight in Koohrang
Today is dedicated to our excursion toward a different lifestyle where Bakhtiyari or Qashqayi nomad live. Nomads or Kooch-Neshinan in farsi language, are groups of people who migrate seasonally from Yeylagh (cooler places) to Qeshlagh (Warmer places) mostly during spring and summer. Currently one of the largest nomadic populations in the world are leaving in Iran and theirs amazing black tents can be found on the skirts of Zagros mountain range where they live in harmony with the surrounding environment. These areas are also famous for some beautiful villages and a unique kind of Lilly flower named fritillaria imperialis or crown imperialis. overnight in Shahrekord
After breakfast we will drive to a beautiful lagoon named Choqa-khor, there we can visit different kinds of birds and listen to their calls and songs. The bird watching tour depends on the season of your Iran visit. If the time doesn’t suit, visiting one of the Stunning Bakhtiari Villages will be our alternative options. Sar Agha Seyyed village is one of the great examples.
Drive back to Isfahan and our 3-days eco tour from Isfahan is finished at about 7 p.m.