Explore Iran's History, Glory & Nature


This outstanding trip offers a great insight into the country with a perfect blend of cultural, historical and natural highlights and we introduce this fascinating country to you.


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DAY 1: Tehran

Arrival in Tehran, giving a welcome gift to dear passengers, transfer to hotel, after a short time rest, half day city tour of Tehran to visit Niavaran and Sa'ad Abad Palace. At night, have dinner in a traditional restaurant with live traditional music. O/N in Tehran

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DAY 2: Tehran-Mashhad

Visit National Jewelry and Iran National museums and Golestan Palace. Have launch in the hotel and rest. At the evening, fly to Mashhad. O/N in Mashhad

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Day 3: Mashhad

Visit Carpet Bazaar, Mahdi Qoli Beig Bath and Imam Reza Holy Shrine & its museums. At the evening, visit historical village of Kang. O/N in Mashhad

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Day 4:Mashhad

Visit Naderi Museum, Ferdowsi and Harounieh tumb. At the evening, visit Torqabeh and Shandiz or Chalidare complex. O/N in Mashhad

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Day 5: Neyshabour-Mashhad

Move to Neyshabour early morning after breakfast, visit Attar, Kamal al-molk and Khayyam tumb, Wooden mosque, Shah Abbasi Caravanserai, Ghadamgah and Daroud. Return to mashhad. O/N in Mashhad

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Day 6: Mashhad-Tabas

Move to Tabas after breakfast, en route visit Ferdows thermal spring, enter to the hotel and rest. At the evening, visit Golshan Graden. O/N in Tabas

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Day 7: Tabas-Birjand

Visit Halvan desert and Kal Jenni near Ezmiqan village. Return to Tabas and have lunch, then move to Birjand, en route visit Esfahak and Deyhouk village. O/N in Birjand

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Day 8: Birjand

Visit Kolah Farangi edifice and Akbarieh Garden. At the evening, Birjand live traditional music. O/N in Birjand

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Day 9: Birjand-Kerman

Move to Kerman after breakfast, en route visit Shahdad Kalout. Enter to Kerman hotel and rest. O/N Kerman

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Day 10: Kerman

Full day excursion to Rayen. Visit Arg-e-Rayen, en-route visit the Shah Nematolah-e Vali Shrine, and Prince Gardens at Mahan. O/N Kerman.

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Day 11: Kerman-Yazd

Half day visit of Kerman to see the Ganj-Ali Khan Complex (bath, caravanserai and bazaar), Friday Mosque. In the afternoon drive to Yazd, en-route visit the Pistachio gardens in Rafsanjan, O/N Yazd.

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Day 12: Yazd

Full day city tour in Yazd. Visit the Zoroastrian Towers of Silence, and the Fire Temple, in the afternoon visit the local famous Jameh and Amir-Chakhmaq Mosques, O/n Yazd.

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Day 13; Yazd-Isfahan

Half day tour of Yazd: Visit water museum and Lariha House. Then move to Isfahan. O/N in Isfahan

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Day 14: Isfahan

Full day city tour of Isfahan to visit, Sio-se-Pol and Khajou bridges, Chehel- Sotoun Palace, Hasht-Behesht garden and A’li Qapu palace, Sheikh Lotfollah and Imam Mosques & Imam traditional bazaar & square, O/N In Isfahan.

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Day 15: Kashan-Tehran

Move to Tehran en route visiting Abyaneh village & Broojerdiha and Tabatabaie Houses, Fin Garden, and Aghabozorg Mosque in Kashan. At night, arrival to Tehran. O/N Tehran.

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Day 16: Tehran

Transfer to international airport for your return flight.




Kal-e Jeni Canyon, Tabas
Halvan Desert, Tabas
Halvan Desert, Tabas
Akbarieh Garden, Birjand
Kolah Farangi Citadel, Birjand
Kalut Shahdad Desert, Kerman
Chalidare Dam, Mashhad
Ferdowsi Tomb, Mashhad
Mahdi Gholi Beik Bath, Mashhad
KHayyam Tomb, Neyshabour
Attar Tomb, Neyshabour
Carpet Bazaar, Mashhad
Kamal-ol-Molk Tomb, Neyshabour
Rayen Castle, Kerman
Shah Nematolllah Vali Shrine, Mahan
Shazdeh Garden, Mahan
Pistachio Garden, Kerman
Amir Chakhmaq Complex, Yazd
Fire Temple, Yazd
Water Museum, Yazd
Towers of Silence, Yazd
Ali Qapu Palace, Isfahan
Chehel Sotoun Palace, Isfahan
Si-o-se-pol Bridge
Hasht Behesht Palace, Isfahan
Sheykh Lotfollah Mosque, Isfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square, Isfahan
Tabatabaii House, Kashan


  • Getting familiar with Tehran, the capital of Iran and its splendid must-see Palaces & Museums
  • An excursion in Mashhad such as visiting Imam Reza holy shrine & its museums, Naderi museum and Ferdowsi tumb, the grate Iranian epic poet
  • Sightseeing of Neyshabour with a great ancient history, the land of Attar, Khayyam and blue turquoise
  • Visiting main attractive highlights of Tabas and Birjand like Halvan desert, Kal Jenni region and Akbarieh Garden.
  • Exploring Kerman like visiting Prince Gardens at Mahan and Ganj-Ali Khan Complex.
  • Visiting Yazd, the city of wind towers which is close to the Spice and Silk Roads, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Sightseeing the charming & wonderful Isfahan, referred to as “Nesf-e-Jahan” (Half of the World)


  • air port
  • hotel


nclusions: Accommodation in hotel / All excursions & transfers by the modern air conditioned vehicle with an experienced driver / Professional English speaking guide for the whole of the trip / All entrance fees / Visa (Reference Code) / Domestic flight / Daily buffet breakfast / Refreshments (mineral water, tea or coffee) Exclusions: International Air Ticket / Fee for Issuing Visa at Embassy / Travel Insurance / Sightseeing other than as described in the itinerary


ARRIVAL TRAVELERS * Gold & Foreign Exchange: Every passenger is allowed to have gold with him/her personal use. Otherwise, it should be declared to the customs officials. Upon arrival, every passenger should declare his / her foreign exchange to the bank situated in the airport. The amount of foreign exchange allowed to be exited by every traveler will equal his / her previously declared amount. * Other Goods: Import of alcoholic beverages, playing cards and so on used for gambling, weaponry, explosives, narcotics, and type of publications, films, and pictures as well as all products contradictory to the religious and national ethics of Iran is prohibited. Import of tapes and publications is allowed if inspected and confirmed by the Ministry of Guidance representatives based at entrance gates. * Goods authorized to enter Iran by passengers are as follow: Home appliances, either portable or non-portable powered by electricity, gas and kerosene | Spare parts and accessories for home appliances mentioned in article 1 | Spare parts and accessories for automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles | Tableware and housekeeping implements and utensils | Personal belongings and their spare parts and accessories | Bags and suitcases | Apparel, handbags, and shoes | Textile | Foodstuff, including pastries, chocolate, fruit juice, and nonalcoholic beverages | Toothbrushes, toothpaste, eau-de-Cologne, perfumes, and so on | Cosmetics |Cigarettes | Laptops and their accessories | Sport equipment and gear | Stationary | Bicycles and tricycles | Artificial flowers | Airguns | Machine-made carpets | Hand tools | Newspapers, Magazines, calendars, albums, and other products pertaining to printing industry. DEPARTURE TRAVELERS Any Passenger Leaving Iran can have his / her personal belongings within the limits of non-commercial nature. There is no limitation about the amount of handicrafts and other Iranian products (except carpet which will be described later) the amount of transferable foreign goods by each passenger is up to 160 dollars. Nuts: Any passenger leaving Iran is allowed to take nuts with himself/ herself. The maximum permitted amount of pistachio is 10 kilograms of Saffron by any one who holds a valid Passport Moreover the accompanying persons cannot have any amount of the mentioned items. Carpet and short – napped Coarse Carpet: Passengers who depart Iran by air can take only one hand knotted carpet not more than 6 Square meters. It means Passengers are not allowed to carry two carpets that areas are less than 6 square meters. The accompanying persons cannot benefit from this privilege. Exit of carpet, pistachio, nuts and Saffron by those passengers whose destination is United Arab Emirates and Syria is prohibited. Transfer of precious carpet and other objects, which have historical and cultural value, are prohibited. Foreign Exchange: According to laws of central bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the maximum permitted transferable foreign Currency by each passenger is 1000 dollars (Bank-note, traveler check or a combination of both). Transfer of foreign Currency more than the allowed limit requires a bank statement or a transfer certificate issued by the bank system. Transfer of Dinar (Iraq), Ruble (Russia), and Afghani ( Afghanistan) is prohibited by passengers and traders. Transfer of Iranian Currency is allowed up to 500000 Rials. IRAN DRESS CODE It doesn’t mean you need to have a tight scarf around your head, in contrast it is rather acceptable for women to allow whips of their hair to frame their face. Body should be covered with loose clothing such as baggy shirts, coats and/or manteau. You can also wear your jeans here in Iran. Iran dress code is just about some tips & simple rules. Men: the dress code for men is simple as can be. You could sum it up in just a few words: everyday street wear. We found long-sleeved, cotton or linen shirts to be the perfect attire for men. Iranian men dress sharp and take good care of their appearances, you’ll fit right in. Women: These rules are not observed very strict. You must not worry about maintaining your hijab, since in times you have forgotten about it, the maximum penalty will be a request (usually in a kind way) to make it correct. Obeying Islamic rules including Hijab or Islamic dress code is necessary in Iran. However these rules are not observed very strict, especially for tourists and foreigners. There are some minimum requirements for foreign women dress-code in public places.



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