“Few people have been more closely related in origin and throughout history than the people of India and the people of Iran”
– Jawahar Lal Nehru

travelling to Iran from India

What We Have in Common?

The friendly relationship between Iran and India as two ancient neighboring civilizations has its root in their old common history. Although currently, they lie apart over a distance of kilometres, the ties that the two-country share is visible in similarities in various aspects of routine life such as culture and traditions, language, literature and poetry, art and architecture, music, cuisine, and even appearance. Today India and Persia enjoy intimate relations and cooperate in a different range of fields. As an example, a big community of Parsees live in India or Indian universities are a popular destination for Iranian students.

Although with thousand years old record of cooperation between our countries, a large number of Indians don’t have real information about current Iran. It can be the result of Iran’s relationship with the US and the international media that often present negative things about Iran, the news about the nuclear program, regional rivalries, or the economic problems due to sanctions. However, life in Iran isn’t what it’s mostly narrated to be…

Join us to gain more useful information about different aspects of traveling to Iran such as how to apply for an Iran visa with Indian passport? how to find a comfortable accommodation in Iran? and many more details which help you plan a memorable trip to the land of Persia:

Tailor-Made Iran Tour Packages for Indian Travelers

Nostalgia brings Iranian and Indian far close despite current distances. Iran has attracted Indian people since childhood when they read about the Persian Empire and great Emperors such as Cyrus and Darius. But when it comes to planning their Iran itinerary, there is no clue where to begin, because there are many untold stories about current Iran which Indian people are not aware of.

Professional Travelers are searching for holidays which could meet their particular travel demands and interests. Different segments from the millennials to the seniors; budget travelers to luxury seekers; family groups to solo travelers or continence-oriented ones to more adventure lovers are looking for customized and differentiated itineraries. To help you through this process we have planned different Iran Packages based on the most important elements such as the best Iran travel time, the preferred duration of an Iran trip for Indian travelers, and suitable travel services in our Indian clients’ eyes; So, you just need to check them out and choose the best option for your upcoming Iran trip.

We are here if you would prefer to make any change to each of these Iran itineraries to make your specific Iran Travel package.

Experiential Travels and fully Immersed Trips are growing amongst the Modern Indian Travelers and the regular tour packages won’t be able to meet their expectations. Indian experiential travelers preferred not to be completely controlled during their trip, and they would like to go beyond the usual visits to seek authentic experiences. They travel to a lesser-known path for visiting sites that can’t be found in regular guidebooks to experience local cultures such as culinary journeys and eating at a restaurant run by locals, staying at a local guesthouse instead of chain hotels, joining cultural expeditions and festivals, trying yoga or enjoying wildlife safaris. Mono destination holidays and the slow pace with a degree of flexibility make travelers enjoy the unique features of experiential travel.

These changes in the customized Iran itineraries for experiential and individual travelers bring more financing options and helping Indian travelers to allocate the budget and the pace of the trip, choosing remote destinations, or adventure sports, for a group, students and solo travelers especially women so that they can narrate an enthralling story to their friends and families.

The easy process of getting an Iran visa, the numerous destinations, the variety of experiences and activities, direct and low fare international flights, and the affordable packages have added Iran to Indian traveler’s bucket list.

 

More and more Indian Travelers have the quest to explore new destinations and experiences where they can explore Novel cultures, Rich history, Various food, Pure nature, and Friendly people more closely Within Budget.
Indian Travelers are increasingly choosing the idea of budget holidays and Middle-Class Tour Packages and are open to staying in hostels, traditional houses, or lodges and taking public transportation such as trains to save money and invest in covering more and more visits.
Destinations like Iran with visa-on-arrival facilities, low fare direct flight, and affordable accommodation are factors that make holidays more affordable and reasonable for Indian travelers.

There is a large market for travellers who still prefer pre-screened and handpicked experiences for traveling to a specific destination such as Iran. Senior Travelers are searching for holidays that could meet their particular travel demands and interests within an all-inclusive hassle-free travel package. The availability of multiple options helps Indian Travelers to choose the best option for traveling to a vast country with numerous destinations like Iran.
Pre-arrangement Tour Packages help seniors to able to choose among various options such as luxury, economy, or budget packages; enjoy different types of private and public transportation; pick up the preferred kind of accommodation and more importantly make a benefit from the post-booking services such as easy affordable cancellations or rescheduling.
How does it feel to arrive at a destination where warm fresh bread is waiting for us? :)

FAQ: Traveling from India to Iran Frequently Asked Questions

Applying for an Iran visa for Indian travelers is a trouble-free process that can take place right at  the airport or in advance before the entry to Iran. Receiving rejections on Indian passports rarely happen, so I can say it is not going to be a problem for your matchless Persia journey!

For many years the cost of living in Iran was a little cheaper or similar to India but currently, because of the huge change in Rial in comparison to other currencies, the cost of visiting Iran has decreased one more time.  

“The safest country I’ve ever been to”…This is how most of the travelers describe Iran’s safety after they come here and see the situation with their own eyes. The crime rate is very low and the people respect visitors very much. 

Iran Embassy in Delhi:

Call: +91 11 4247 7786

Website: Islamic Republic of Iran, New Delhi

Email: Iranemb.del@mfa.gov.ir

Address: 5, Barakhamba Rd, Vakil Lane, Mandi House, New Delhi, Delhi 110001, India.

Working hours: Saturday to Friday 8:30 to 13:30

Iran Consulate in Mumbai:

Call: +91 22 6688 7070

Website: mumbai.mfa.ir

Email: mum.consulate@mfa.gov.ir

Address: 47 Swapna Lok, Nepeansea Road, August Kranti Rd, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400036, India

Working Hours: Monday to Friday 9 a.m.-13 p.m.

Visa Assistance in Bangalore: 

Call: +91 96204 46636

Address: 1st Block,Rajajinagar,Near GD Naidu Hall, opp. to Jose allukkas jewlerry, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560086, India

Iran has become one of the destinations that solo travelers and backpackers are choosing to spend few weeks or even more because of three important reasons: It is cheap, it is easy to navigate and more importantly, people are nice! so if you have in mind to travel here as a solo traveler, pack your things immediately!

The only thing that solo female travelers need to have in mind is the dress code which is really easy for Indian women because of the similarities that exist even about the clothes we wear and don’t get surprised if people started talking to you in Farsi, it happened to me a lot in India so it may happen to you too here in Iran :)

Due to sanctions against Iran, you cannot use any type of non-Iranian credit card. Yet, you can have your Iranian debit card and avoid carrying cash all the time.

Read more about Iranian tourist cards, here.

There are similarities between Persian cuisine and Indian food which has been formed through history, for example, the use of Mugholi’s way for cooking foods and similar basic ingredients such as rice. But, Iranian foods are not as spicy as Indian foods and red chili powder is not as important as India. There are other flavors that make Persian foods special such as rose water, saffron, and pomegranate molasses.

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