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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.
Nomadic people are the people who move from one place to another, rather than settling permanently in one location. Migration is a way of life for nomads in which herding cattle is the basis of economic life. Changing of location and migrating of human groups are two outstanding characteristics of nomadic life.
In such annual or seasonal migration, nomads move from their winter resort locations to summer grazing lands with their animals and move back to their winter resort locations again when it gets cold.
Day 1: Tehran
Arrival to Tehran ; transfer to hotel;O/N Tehran.
Day 2: Tehran
Full city tour of Tehran to visit Golestan Place that is both a historic site and museum. It is a complex that consists of 17 palaces, museums, and Halls and it is worth to spend a few hours to visit its luxuriously decorated rooms, nice and big dining area and ballroom and well landscaped Gardens and fountains. Tehran Bazaar, The Archaeological or national museum of Iran that represents you many different periods of Iran’s rich history, Jewellery & Carpet Museums. O/N Tehran.
Day 3: Tehran-Kashan-Abyaneh
Drive to kashan which is located in the edge of the central deserts of Iran and town of Kashan to vist Tappeh-ye Seyalk, Fin Garden, Tabatabaiha & Broojerdiha house, and then Abyaneh a village near kashan that is registered with UNESCO as a heritage site. The red mud-brick buildings, people in traditional clothes (women with white long scarf and under-knee skirt and men who wear a long garment and a pair of loose canvas pants) and special unique architecture has made this village unique; O/N Abyaneh.
Day 4: Isfahan
Drive to Isfahan for a half- day city tour to visit The Sio-se-Pol and Khaju Bridges, the Chehel- Sotoun Palace and the Friday Mosque; O/N Isfahan.
Day 5: Isfahan
In the morning and after breakfast we step in the city that has been recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage and contains a wide range of Islamic Architectural styles ranging from the 11th century (to the 19th and start a memorable city tour by visitng palace of forty columns or Chehel sotun belongs to Safavid era and has very beautiful mural paintings and a pretty Persian garden , the world heritage site of Naghsh-e-Jahan Square (Imam & Lotfollah mosque, Ali Qapu Palace) . this square has been surrounded by two beautiful mosques and old bazaar of Isfahan and can entertain you for couple of hours . O/N Isfahan.
Day 6: Isfahan -Yasuj
Drive to Yasuj to visit both the nomad tribes and the city’s natural attractions; overnight Yasuj.
Day 7: Yasuj-Sepidan
Early morning drive to Sepidan located in the mountainous to visit the nomad tribes. . Sepidan is a country with notable natural beauties such as springs and waterfalls.O/N Stay in a Sepidan village house
Day 8: Sepidan-shiraz
Drive to shiraz in the morning (90 km); city tour of Shiraz to visit Eram Garden, Jame Atiq & Nasir Almolk Mosque, Narenjestan Palace, Zinat-al-Molk House. O/N Shiraz.
Day 9: Shiraz
Full day tour in the city of rose and nightingales and its cultural and historical attraction by visitng Zandieh complex (Karim khan’s citadel, pars museum, Vakil bath, Vakil mosque, Vakil bazaar- the traditional bazaar of Shiraz and Moshir caravanserai). Then continue our tour by visiting Jahan Nama Garden, Hafez & Saadi tomb, Quran gate and Ali ebne Hamze shrine, O/N Shiraz.
Day 10: Shiraz-Bavanat
Drive to Persepolis ,Necropolis(Naghsh-e-Rostam) and Naghsh-e-rajab ; a must –see site for not only history buffs but also everyone who like to know more about the history of Persian Empire. we will continue our way to visit the Capital of ancient Persia and the Tomb of Cyrus the great that without doubt is one of the most respected Persian Emperor both in national and international view (It is located in 87 km of Shiraz), After spending some time . Drive to Bavanat in the heart of the Zagrus Mountain, enjoy being with the nomads, their daily life and traditions. Camping overnight in an astonishing nature beside the nomads. Having a delicious dinner prepared by a local cook in the pure nature. O/N Bavanat.
Day 11: Bavanat
In the morning we will start a Light trek through the mountain, walnut forest (a forest with 20 km long situated amid a green valley) and a very beautiful perspective of hidden villages in a green area .we will pass during our adventure through this forest to become familiar with their local customs and traditions. O/N Stay in a traditional house in Bazm village.
Day 12: Bavanat-Yazd
In the morning drive to Yazd with a short stop in Abarqu and visitng Cupressus sempervirens that also called the Zoroastrian Sarv, Arrival in Yazd, visiting Dowlat Abad garden. We will start our tour in the city of Wind towers” Badgirs”, and the center of Zoroastrian culture and Persian architecture. This city like a very old phoenix in the desert is the home of to an ancient type of evaporative cooler that are a prime examples of yakhchals, has one of the largest networks of qanats in the world and is also one of the largest cities built approximately entirely out of adobe. Yazd has a lot to mention and we can talk nonstop about it but it’s better to visit yourself, so, we start city tour of yazd by visiting tower of silence, fire temple, Amir chakhmagh complex then Laariha house and Dowlat abad garden. O/N Yazd.
Day 13: Yazd-Tehran-Departure
After a half- day city tour of Yazd fly to Tehran and transfer to Tehran International Airport for your departure flight.
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.
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