Tehran, Mashhad, Chalous, Qom


In this tour, you can get familiar with the main attractions of Mashhad, get spiritual feeling in Imam Reza holy shrine, enjoy the refreshing and amazing nature of North of Iran (green jungle and nice beach of Caspian sea), visit main sites of Qom like Hazrat Masoumeh holy shrine, the sister of Imam Reza and return to your country with so many unforgettable memories via Tehran.


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DAY 1: Tehran-Mashhad

Morning: Welcome at the IKA airport and transfer to Mehr Abad airport for flight to Mashhad. Afternoon: Accommodation in Mashhad Hotel. O/N in Mashhad

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DAY 2: Mashhad

Morning: visiting Imam Reza’s holy shrine complex including the museums, library, Astan Ghods Research Unit, Gowharshad Mosque. Afternoon: Naderi Garden and museum. Imam Reza traditional market and other local markets around the Shrine. O/N in Mashhad

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DAY 3: Neyshabour-Mashhad

Visiting Neyshabour in 1/30 hours distance journey by car. Visiting the tombs of Khayyam, Attar, Imamzadeh Mahrough, Wooden Mosque, Baghrood, etc. Evening return to Mashhad. O/N in Mashhad

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DAY 4: Mashhad

Morning: Visiting Gholi Beyk Baths located in the great Market of Mashhad and the Market itself. Afternoon: Torghabeh, one of the other suburbs of Mashhad; Chalidarreh and Golestan dams. Visiting other villages in the nearby like Hesar Golestan, Kang, Zoshk, etc. Dinner will be served in one of the local restaurants of Torghabeh. O/N in Mashhad

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DAY 5: Mashhad

Morning: Visiting Ferdowsi tomb, Paj village, and Tus city in general. Afternoon: Lunch in Shandiz. Visiting Shandiz and its suburbs. Then travel to the North of Iran by bus or airplane late afternoon.

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DAY 6: Chalous

Accommodation in the hotels of cities in North of Iran like Chaloos for 3 nights. Visiting Namak Abroud (Telekabin) and Abbas Abad Jungle. O/N in Chalous

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DAY 7: Lavizh

Visiting Lavizh hot water spring and taking shower in those natural hot water baths that have many medical benefits for health. O/N in Chalous

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DAY 8: Chalous

Free time for shopping, going to the beach, etc. O/N in Chalous

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DAY 9: Tehran

Travelling to Tehran through the beautiful Chaloos-Tehran road. Visiting the natural sights on the way and having lunch on the way. Visiting Milad Tower in Tehran and going to Qom. O/N in Qom.

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DAY 10: Qom

Visiting Hazrat Ma’soumeh holy shrine, Jamkaran mosque and other historical-religious sites. O/N in Qom.

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DAY 11: Tehran

Transfer to IKA airport for the international flight.




Khayyam Mausoleum, Neyshabur
Attar Mausoleum, Neyshabur
Ferdowsi Mausoleum, Mashhad
Chalidareh Dam, Mashhad
Mahdi Gholi Beyk Bath, Mashhad
Kang Village, Mashhad
Torqabeh, Mashhad
Imam Reza Holy Shrine, Mashhad
Wooden Mosque, Neyshabur
Naderi Garden Museum, Mashhad
Namak Abrud Cable Car, Namak Abrud
Nahar KHoran Jungle, Gorgan
Caspian Seashore
Milad Tower, Tehran
Lady Masumeh Holy Shrine, Qom
Jamkaran Mosque, Qom
Chehel Akhtaran Dome, Qom


  • Visiting Imam Reza holy shrine, having a spiritual relaxing experience and enjoying its unique eye-catching museums.
  • Visiting Ferdowsi tomb, one of the greatest epic poets of Iran considered to be the survival of Persian language.
  • Having an excursion of Neyshabour visiting tombs of Attar, a famous poet, and Khayyam, a great magnificent poet and astronomist.
  • Having a seashore excursion and getting relaxation by swimming in charming Caspian sea.
  • Excursion in Namak Abroud and enjoying its telecabin and its peaceful nature.
  • Visiting Qom holy shrine & its main attractions.


  • taxi
  • air port
  • hotel


The following services are Included (Inclusions): 1. Highly-qualified English-speaking or your native language speaking guide is always accompanying the tourists. Local guides are used whenever needed. / 2. Full-board accommodation in 3-5 star hotels with buffet breakfast in hotels / 3. Land transportation for all excursions in air conditioned vehicle with an experienced driver / 4. All group transfers to/from airport, from/to hotel (If your flight arrives earlier or later than the rest of the group, an additional charge will be applied.) / 5. Tehran-Mashhad flight and transportation for Mashhad-North (Bus / flight). / 6. Visa (Reference Code) / 7. All portages and entrance fees for the main sites mentioned in the package / 8. SIM Card / ATM Card / 9. refreshments, snacks, etc. * The following expenses are not included (Exclusions): 1. International flights / 2. Fee for Issuing Visa at Embassy / 3. Travel insurance / 4. Personal expenses such as room service, telephone/fax calls, laundry, dry cleaning, etc. / 4. Optional tours or entrance fees not shown on 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. 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..................... 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. 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. 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..................... 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. 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. 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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