Enjoy travelling to Iran with fantastic and unforgettable tours with any budget from economic to luxury. Iran cultural tours, religious tours, Iran nomad tours and adventures in the wild nature.
Since Iran has a variable climate with four distinct season we are offering a vast spectrum of tours in Iran and a variety of services that enable you to experience the best of Iran.
Iran with its four-season (the four seasons existing at the same time in different parts of the country) nature, 2500 years of history, wilderness, warm and hospitable people welcomes you!
Any city of Iran you choose for visiting will bring you a journey full of historical and unique attractions, local cuisine, buildings with magnificent architecture that has led to perfect memories for the tourists from the visiting countries.
Day 1: Tehran
Arrive in Tehran depending on your arrival time you can visit some parts of the city.(Azadi tower &Milad tower) the Azadi Monument is a symbol of Iran’s capital city and was built in 1971 as the gateway in to Iran ,Over night Tehran.
Day 2: Visit Tehran and fly to Shiraz in the afternoon
The flourish of Tehran started at the time that it was chosen as the capital of Iran by the founder of Qajar dynasty in 1795. Therefore, most of its monuments are not older than 200 years. However “Ray”, another town nearby, embraces monuments of pre-Islamic age.Visit Golestan palace, national museum, carpet museum, and the Jewellery Museum, a museum in which you’ll find gold as the most worthless metal. In the afternoon, transfer to Mehrabad airport for fly to Shiraz. Overnight Shiraz.
Day 3: Visit Shiraz
Shiraz, the city of roses and nightingales, with a precious antiquity demonstrated by its collection of monuments dating from different periods of history dominated by Zandieh complex built at the time that Shiraz was the capital (18th century A.D.)Include: Karim khan’s citadel,pars museum, vakil bazaar, serayemoshir ,Nasir Almolk Mosque, “Hafez tomb” and “Saadi tomb” and “Ali ebneh Hamzeh” holy shrine are among some examples of numerous attractive places that you can visit in Shiraz.
Day 4: Persepolise, naghsh e Rostam and Passargadae- Drive to Zeinoddin Caravanserai near Yazd
In the morning drive to Zeinoddin, on the way visit Persepolise, Necropolis(naghsh e Rostam) and Passargadae, 3 monuments of ancient Iran which can make this day as the most memorial day of your visit in Iran. Stay overnight in a 400 year old Caravanserai which has been restored and changed to a traditional hotel and received a reward from UNESCO in 2006 for its traditional renovation.Don’t miss the beauty of stars and the desert on the roof if you have a clear sky at night.
Day 5: Visit Yazd
After breakfast drive to Yazd .A very different city from what you have already visited in Iran. It is known as the city of mud bricks with its traditional lifestyle, architecture, handicrafts,Visit the Zoroastrian fire temple, Amir Chakhmagh square, Dowlat Abad garden with its high wind catcher and towers of silence
Day 6: An excursion to Chackchack and Kharanaq
Around a quarter of Zoroastrian population of Iran live in Yazd province. “Chack Chack” is a village some 50km far from Yazd in which Zoroastrians get together on special occasions for holding on their ceremonies.Besides, you’ll have an opportunity to visit spectacular scenery of the desert on the way to Kharanaq, another historical village.Over night Yazd.
Day 7: Yazd-Isfahan
Drive to Isfahan,On the way visit an icehouse and caravanserai in “Meybod” and also the old Jameh mosque in “Naeen” also work shop of cloak weaving .over night Isfahan.
After 7 days of visiting Iran, today is a good pleasure to walk through the downtown in Esfahan, the capital of Iran during the Safavid era (16th century A.D.) Visit the eye-catching Naqshe Jahan (Imam) square and the Bazaar, followed by the Ali Qapu Palace and two beautiful mosques and the palace of 40 columns just off the square.
Visit the rest of the city in the morning which may consist the vank cathedral Monar Jomban (shaking minarets ) in the afternoon visit to historical bridges on the river (Sio-se-pol bridge and khajoo Bridge) the teahouses at either end of the bridge, both accessed through the larger arches underneath ,are great places to stop).Over night Isfahan.
Day 10: Isfahan-Abyaneh
Abyaneh, a historical village characterized by reddish color sand due to special materials in its combination. People here have preserved the customs of old Iran and also the language. If you arrive soon, you’ll have time to wander around the village and enjoy its nature and walk to the castle on top of the mountain to have a whole view of the village. Stay overnight in a hotel in Abyaneh.
Day 11: Abyaneh-Kashan-IKA airport
Back to IKA airport for departure flight,on the way you will visit the city of Kashan, including “Fin” garden, and a number of attractive merchant houses in the city.
All seasons have their own attractions. Thanks to such a diverse geography, you can have all kinds of climates in any season in Iran. In general, spring and autumn are the best time to visit Iran even if the weather may be a little uncertain with short lapses into either the cold of winter or the heat of summer. More accurate is mid-April to early June, and late September to early November. Also you can also relive the charming atmosphere in the Persian Gulf islands during January and February. These are called the high seasons of tourism. In other months of the year, in some areas, there will be very hot or very cold for those who aren’t familiar with such extreme weather conditions.