Adventurous tour

 

 

Day 1.Arrive Tehran meet and   transfer  to hotel  in the  afternoon  visiting  attraction  in the  city  and  exploring  the  capital  of Iran

Day 2. Visiting Golestan palace in the morning and proceed to Kashan stay at the hotel.

Day 3-visiting  Fingarden  and  Amery  house  and  proceed  to  Abyaneh  the  old  village  where you cannot  hear  the  noise  of  any car or … then drive to  ISFAHAN to sleep there

Day 4 –visitin g Emam Square .Shekh lotfollah and Jame Mosques .33 &KHAJOO BRIDGES AND BAZAR

Days 5.Drive to YAZD on route visiting Meybod castle and Naieen Mosque .in the afternoon visiting Mir chakh magh square and attraction nearby in YAZD

DAY 6- Visiting tower of silence zeorostrian fire Temple Jame Mosque and Drive to Zeinaddin caravan saray sleep there to watch the blue sky and bright stars in the evening and enjoy the silence of night in the desert.

DAY7-Drive to Kerman to stay 3 nights there one day you will visit Kalut where you hike in the mountains of sunds & visit sand building Kalut.

DAYS 8.Drive to have an excursion trip to Mahan and Rayen to visit Bagh shahzadeh

DAYS9-You will visit Gangalikhan complex and the other high lights in kerman.

DAYS 10-Proceed to Meymand to visit the houses which built thousands of years ago in the mountains

Days11-Drive to Shiraz on route visit in   Pasargad and rest at your hotel.

 

Day 12-visiting Zandieh complex &Bazar, Eram garden

Day 13 –Excursion to Persepolis & Necropolis then visit Koran gate & KHajoo ye kermani

Day 14-Visiting NASIRALMOLK Mosque in the afternoon Naranjestan  and Gavam house ,saadi & Hafez shiraz and after dinner transfer to airport  to  fly  back  home  on  15  th day  early  morning.

Service is included: All transfers traditional hotels at ½ twin bed on breakfast basis.lunch & escorted guide

EXCLUDED: Entrance fees&  Expenses of person nature.

 Hope you will enjoy your life time trip with us

The earliest  city in the world

 

 

 

Located at the junction of Bronze Age trade routes crossing the Iranian plateau, the remains of the mud brick city of Shahr-i Sokhta bear witness to the emergence of the first complex societies in eastern Iran. Founded around 3200 BCE, the city was populated during four main periods up to 1800 BCE, during which time there developed several distinct areas within the city. These include a monumental area, residential areas, industrial zones and a graveyard.

Changes in water courses and climate change led to the eventual abandonment of the city in the early second millennium. The structures, burial grounds and large number of significant artefacts unearthed there and their well-preserved state due to the dry desert climate make this site a rich source of information regarding the emergence of complex societies and contacts between them in the third millennium BCE.

Criterion (ii): Shahr-i Sokhta exhibits a transition from village habitation to an urbanized community with significant cultural, social and economic achievements and developments from the late Calcolithic to the early Bronze Age. The site is a rich source of information regarding the emergence of complex societies and some contact between them in the third millennium BCE.

Criterion (iii): Shahr-i Sokhta bears exceptional testimony to a peculiar civilization and cultural tradition that entertained trade and cultural relations with ancient sites and cultures on the Indus Plain, southern shores of the Persian Gulf, the Oman Sea and South-west Iran, and Central Asia. Archaeological remains and finds indicate the key role of the city on a very large scale in terms of working with metals, stone vessels, gems and pottery.

Criterion (iv): The ancient site of Shahr-i Sokhta is an outstanding example of early urban planning: excavations have brought to light well-preserved evidence in the form of its mud-brick structures, burial grounds, workshops and artefacts that testify to its size, organisation, the source of its wealth and its trade and social structures. The city was separated into various parts according to different functions – residential, industrial and burial; it therefore represents an important stage in urban planning in the region.

Integrity

All elements necessary to express the property’s values are included within the property, which is of adequate size to ensure the complete representation of features and processes which convey the property’s significance. The property does not suffer from development or neglect and it is well maintained. The understanding and appreciation of its remains rely on appropriate maintenance interventions and on a coherent setting.

Authenticity

In general the surrounding desert landscape and extraordinary scatter of archaeological material present on the surface of the low hill of Shahr-i Sokhta give a strong sense of authenticity, as does the sight of the complex architecture of the various parts so far excavated. The labyrinthine succession of rooms, corridors and courtyards give a genuine impression of these ancient buildings.

Protection and management requirements

The property is in State ownership and is protected by the provisions of the Law for Protection of National Heritage (1930) and of the related bylaw (1980). Shahr-i Sokhta was registered in the list of national cultural properties of Iran as no. 542 in 1966. The property is also subject to the Regulations of Cultural and Historical Properties covering all works, research and data organisation. The property is further protected by a buffer and landscape zones where activities are regulated and subject to approval by the Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism organisation (ICHHTO).

The archaeological excavations and finds have been documented since the 1970s and records, inventory and finds are stored and analysed at the ICHHTO multi-disciplinary Base at Shahr-i Sokhta. The excavated remains are cleaned regularly during the year and Kahgel plaster is applied to conserve exposed walls.

The property is managed by the Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organisation (ICHHTO) on behalf of the government of  Iran by ICHHTO’s Base at the property, located in the buffer zone, through a management plan that includes short, medium and long term activities concerning research, conservation, visitor management and presentation. The Base is advised by a steering committee comprising regional officials and experts and a technical committee comprising regional officials and experts. The Higher Education Centre of ICHHTO and national universities provide sources of expertise and training in conservation and management. The Research Organisation of Cultural Heritage and Tourism is responsible for multi-disciplinary research and training.

The first artificial eye in the world

 

  • In December 2006, archaeologists discovered the world’s earliest known artificial eyebar. It has a hemispherical form and a diameter of just over 2.5 cm (1 inch). It consists of very light material, probably bitumen paste. The surface of the artificial eye is covered with a thin layer of gold, engraved with a central circle (representing the iris) and gold lines patterned like sun rays. The female remains found with the artificial eye was 1.82 m tall (6 feet), much taller than ordinary women of her time. On both sides of the eye are drilled tiny holes, through which a golden thread could hold the eyeball in place. Since microscopic research has shown that the eye socket showed clear imprints of the golden thread, the eyeball must have been worn during her lifetime. The woman’s skeleton has been dated to between 2900 and 2800 BCE.

 

20 DAYS

 

 

Day 01: / IKA
Flight to Tehran

Day 02: Tehran


Arrival and transfer to hotel. Full day city tour of capital:
Visiting Iran Bastan museum (Archeological museum): Object from prehistoric period to Sassanian VIIIth C. the potteries, cylinders, bone or stone made objects…
arpet museum: built in 1978, this museum gathered the carpets from Golestan & Saad’abad palaces…presenting both city and nomadic carpets from XVI th to XX th century.
Crown Jewelry museum: a vast collection of jewelry with inestimable value.
Ceramic museum: once occupied by Qajar dynasty, Sa’d Abâd was once again rebuilt and put to use by Pahlavi during the period of 1920 to 1976… Visiting Green palace (Kakh-e Sabz), and white palace (Kakh-e Mêlât).Overnight hotel Laleh.

Day 03: Tehran


Full day Excursion program:
Departure at 06:00 to Pollour village (60 km., but 2 hours route), then to dam of Latyan. Then to head for Gousfandsara (walking program on the foot of the Damavand mountain.
Lunch picnic.
We will continue our road to Reyneh village and it’s thermal springs. Visiting of village. Return to Tehran around 20:00.Overnight hotel Laleh.

Day 04: Tehran / Qazvine / Excursion to Alamut / Qazvine  (250 km.)


Departure to Qazvine (was Persian capital from 1524-76). The region’s greatest attraction is the fabled ruin of Alamut Castle, Hassan-e Sabbah’s famous fortress site. The site is a dramatic crag rising abruptly above the pleasant, unpretentious little cherry-growing village of Gazor Khan…Return to Qazvine for visiting:
Jameh Mosque, built in 1115, but extensively remodeled in the early 17th century, and has huge iwans and a fine marble mihrab…Overnight hotel Alborz.

Day 05: Qazvine / Zanjan / Takab (342 km.)


Departure to Takab, on the way visiting of:
Soltanyeh (Town of the Sultan’s), was purpose-built by the Ilkhanid Mongols as their Persian capital from 1302.  But less than a century later in 1384 it was largely destroyed by Tamerlane. Fortunately three fine monuments survived, one of them is the magnificent Oljaito Mausoleum…
Then to Zanjan city, and to visiting:
Rakhtshor-khaneh: built in 1926 but looking considerably older, the unique, unmarked Rakhtshor-khaneh is a dome-and-column subterranean hall whose water channels were originally constructed as a public laundry-place.And then to Takab city.Overnight hotel Ranji.

Day 06: Takab / Takht–Soleyman / Takab (40 km.)


Full day visit of Takht-e Soleyman:
Sitting in a high, lonely bowl of mountains ringed by 1500-year-old fortress walls, this Unesco World Heritage site in one of the most memorable sights of western Iran.
In the 3rd century AD the state religion of Sassanian Persia was Zoroastrianism and Takht-Soleyman (then called Azargoshasb) was its spiritual centre …Overnight hotel Ranji.

Day 07: Takab / Bisotoun / Kermanshah (400 km.)


Drive to Kermanshah; on the way visiting of:
Bisotoun: at Bisotoun the cliffs are inscribed with a series of world-famous bas-relief carving dating from 521 BC. They were awarded UNESCO recognition in 2006. The key feature is a well-preserved Darius the great receiving chained supplicants while a Farvahar (winged Zoroastrian angel denoting purity) hovers overhead…
Arrival in Kermanshah and visiting of Taq-e Bostan: a towering cliff inscribed with some extraordinary Sassanian bas-reliefs. They are set in and around a pair of carved alcoves:
Coronation of Khosrow II (AD 590-628)Kings Shapour II and Shapour III twiddling their sword handles on their heads King Ardashir II (r AD 379-383) trampling on the defeated Roman Emperor Julian the Apostate…Overnight hotel Azadeghan.

Day 08: Kermanshah / Susa / Choga zanbil / Ahwaz (487 km.)


Departure to Ahwaz; on the way visiting of:
Susa: an important Elamite city from about the middle of the 3rd millennium BC, Susa was burnt around 640 BC by the Assyrian king Ashurbanipal, but regained prominence in 521 BC when Darius I set it up as the Achaemenid’ fortified winter capital.
Palace of Darius the Great: That is now just a muddy rise on which a 30cm-high labyrinth of brick-and-wattle wall fragments marks the former room layout… Tomb of Daniel: As in a typical imamzadeh, Muslim pilgrims crowed the glittery interior of the tomb of Daniel, kissing the zarih grate around a green-draped grave slab.
Choqa Zanbil Ziggurat: One of Iran’s UNESCO World Heritage sites, Choqa Zanbil’s magnificent brick Ziggurat is the best surviving example of Elamite architecture anywhere…
Dinning and overnight hotel Pars.

Day 09: Ahwaz / Bishabour / Shiraz (600 km.)


Drive to Shiraz via Bishabour:
It was the grand capital of possibly the greatest of the Sassanian kings, Shapour I. Shapour and his armies defeated the Romans three times, and much of Bishabour was built by Romans taken captive after their Emperor Valerian was defeated in AD 260…  visiting of:
Palace of Shapour
Anahita’s Temple
And six large bas-reliefs commemorating, among other historical moments, Shapour’s investiture as king and his victory over Roman invaders…Overnight hotel Pars.

Day 10: Shiraz / Persepolis / Shiraz (50 Km.)


A.M. Full day Excursion to Persepolis:
Persepolis – capital of achemenains (518 B.C.):
This site of ruins was considered the capital of empire for 2 consecutive centuries. Visiting the entrance staircase of Persepolis; through the Gate of Nations, we have access to the palaces of Darius the Great, Xerxes and Artaxerxes, palace of hundred columns and Apadana.
300 meters of staircases with the walk decorated by bas-reliefs representing submitted countries peoples.
About 4 Km of Persepolis one of the most important achemenians and Sassanian sites in Iran. It was there, in the mountain Kuh e- Hossein that Darius the first and three of his successors have chosen for building their tombs upon it. Visiting Naqsh –e Rostam: visiting the tombs of four of the achemenian kings: Darius the 1st.  , Artaxerxes the 1st., Xerxès the 1st.,  and   Darius the 2nd.
PM. Visiting:Hafiz and Saadi mausolums: lots of Iranians consider these monuments the most important landmarks across Shiraz.Dinner in a traditional restaurant.

Day 11: Shiraz


Exploring Shiraz the poetic capital of Iran:
Bagh-e –Narendjestân (Narendjestân garden)“ is one of the most beautiful house of Shiraz. Situated in a garden, it was reconstructed by one of Shiraz’s aristocratic families of merchant class in 19th century…
Nasir-ol Molk Mosque: mosque with 2 iwans, prayers halls with numerous coloumns and lighted by colored glasses, specification of Qâdjâr dynasty…
House of Governor of Shiraz
Regent mosque (Vakil): mosque with 2 iwans, built in XVIII th century.
Citadel (Arg) : fortificated citadel, brick-made,  quadrangular form…

Day 12: Shiraz / Kerman (571 km.)
Departure to Kerman. On the way visiting of:
Sarvestan Palace, a Sassanian palace, built in 4th century,Jameh Mosque of  Neyriz city.
Overnight hotel Pars.

Day 13: Kerman / Mahan / Rayen / Kerman (110 km.)


Full day excursion for visiting of:
Mahan city: visit of the splendid dome over the Aramgah-e Shah Nematollah Vali, the mausoleum of a well-known Sufi dervish, is one of the most recognizable images of eastern Iran.
Bagh-e Shazdeh (Prince Garden)
Rayen: the demise of Bam has been the rebirth of the Arg-e Rayen, an ancient adobe citadel in Rayen…
Return to Kerman, and visiting:
Gonbad-e Jabalye, it’s mysterious, because its age and original function remain unknown! It may have been an observatory, or it was a tomb…

Day 14: Kerman / Zeinoddine Caravansérail (280 km.)
A.m. continuation of Kerman visits:
Jameh Mosque, its four lofty iwans and shimmering blue tiles date from 1349…
Imam Mosque, dating from the early Islamic period, the mosque has suffered considerable damage  over the years …
Hamam-e Ganj Ali Khan: built in the Safavid period, it was once Kerman’s most important Hammam, now restored and transformed into a museum. At leisure for Grand Bazaar
P.M. Drive to Zeinoddine Caravanserai…
Overnight hotel Caravansérail.

Day 15: Zeinoddine Caravansérail / Yazd (80 km.)
Departure to Yazd:
Friday Mosque : the city’s most important Islamic landmark, and one of the most beautiful mosques of Iran
Alexander’s prison: an octagonal mausoleum, built on 1036-37.
12 Imam Mausoleum (Maghbareh-ye Davazdah Emâm), built in the same period as the prison.Traditional Bazar  of the city,Fire temple (Atashkadeh): built on 1934, its architecture is a combination of Iranian and European style.  The interior part of the Temple withholds a sacred Fire (can be viewed from the other side of a protective glass), which is now lit for 1500 years in a row.
The Towers of Silence: circular structures were used for Zoroastrian’s funeral. The corpses was always considered unholy, therefore burring them caused the soil and all the living creatures to be tainted. So they used to leave the corpses up on the heights for the carnivore birds to rip the flesh from their body… afterwards they buried the bones underground. The stone Mills of Hanna
Overnight hotel Moshir.

Day 16: Yazd / Naiin / Esfahan (300 Km)


Drive to Esfahan; on the way visiting of  Naiin city :
The ancient town has long been famous for its carpets and 10th century Jameh Mosque. This mosque has no iwan and is especially notable for its fine mihrab and innovative yet simple use of stucco decoration, which is remarkably well preserved…
Mohammadyeh village.Arrive Esfahan arround 18:00.Overnight hotel Kowser.

Day 17: Esfahan


Esfahân, pearl of Iran. Golden Domes with enamel covered septum’s: Esfahan, by the legends, is told to be shaped from an image of Paradise.
Exploring the city: Royal Ground, surrounded by Imam Mosque with aquatics minarets and Ali Qâpu palace with its 6 remarkable floors, Sheikh Lotfollah mosque.
Friday Mosque: contains the most ancient relic of the city.  It is one of the most significant mosques of  both Iran and islamique art.
Haroun-e Velayât Mausoleum: built in the beginning of XVI th century, with facade decorated by the magnificent enameled mosaic…
Followed by an interesting visit of Zourkhaneh, the home for Iranians traditional sport.

Day 18: Esfahan


Continuing the visit of Esfahân:
Armenian Jolfa quarter: researchers chase back the precedence of this quarter to the era of Shah Abbas the Great.  Vank cathedral symbolizes implantation of Armenian churches in Iran.
Exploring the brick and stone-made bridges running over and spreading throughout all Zayandeh roud, five recently built ones and six ancients:
33 Archs Bridge: 160m long, built in 1602; this magnificent bridge connects the two quarters of Chahar Bagh St. and Armenians.
Khadju bridge: Built by the Shah Abbas the second in 1650; it is the most beautiful bridge of Esfahan, serving as a barrage, too.
40 columned palace’s (Tchehel Sotun):located in a beautiful garden and built by Shah Abbas the Great the 1st (1587-1629); the naming of this landmark has its own story to tell. The reason was that the shadows of the 20 standing coloumns were casted back to the viewer by the crystal clear water of the pool, making it 40 columns to count.  The columns also bear the weight of beautiful wooden roof, painted and decorated by beauteous inlaying work.
Leisure time for Bazaar, one of the most rich and colored of Iran.

Day 19: Esfahan / Abyaneh village / Kashan / Tehran (450 Km)


Departure to Tehran via Abyaneh village.
Lunch in Kashan, and visiting:
Ebrahim mausoleum: founded by the Safavians, and decorated by the Qâdjârs. Sialk prehistoric hills: oasis of Kashan was residential by the end of the 6th millennium. As a proof to this statement, we can appoint to the Neolithic site of Tapeh Sialk, situated in the margin of actual city. This site was abandoned around 8th century B.C. Tapeh Sialk presents us remarkable ceramics,ore Info which allow us to trace the evolution of technique: first hand made, then by wheel and kiln…Then to Qom, and visiting of holly shrine of Hazrat-e Massoumeh,Arrival Tehran at 19 :00. Farewell dinner, and overnight in hotel Laleh.

Day 20: Tehran


Transfer to Airport for return flight ……………….. End of our services.

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 Duration: 11 Days

 

 

 

 

Itinerary:Shiraz>Yazd>Isfahan>Kashan

Day 1–  arr. in Shiraz . Meet &Transfer to the Hotel(On the way they may visit Shahe CHeragh,The beautiful Iron work and be recived by the Haram Authorities welcome party giving the guests useful information booklet,candy,nuts and gifts.After lunch we proceed to visit saadi, Hafez&Khajooye Kermani near the khoran Gate over night.

Day 2  Excursionto Persepolise & Naghshe rostam,the accamenid dine-sty of 2500 years ago,the cites that is so wonderful& interesting for visitors that they do not be live it.We have local meal at typical Iranian Restaurant.

Day 3 Visiting Nasir al molk Mosque the beautiful tile work of 19th century.The art of real picture &roses in tiles which is different from tiles in Isfahan.The House of Zinat al molook and Naranjestan.AfterLunchyou will visit the Eram Garden,Pars Museum, Vakil Bath,vakil citadel and vakil Bazar

Day 4  Excursion to Firoozabad or Bishapoor both of sasanian century of 1500 years ago.Have lunch in Iranian local Restaurant

Day 5– proceed to yazd,enrute you will visit Pasargad Cyrus tomb and  a pine tree of 4000 years old,The second old tree in the world in Abarkoo.over night in yazd.

Day 6 Visiting the zeorastrian Mosqu where they have Mehregan ceremony and fire temple activities.chek chek ziaratgah of zeorestrian.Eskandar prison,After lunch visiting Amir chakhmagh complex.Dowlatabad&lariha house.&old Bazar.

Day 7 Depart to Zeinedin caravansara and stay at night the only circle carevansara in the world.ln the evening you enjoy looking at the blue ,pure and pretty sky the nowhere is paralled to that beautiful sky of the desert.

Day 8 Deport to Isfahan,before ,visiting Naeen Mosqu,over night in Isfahan.

Day 9-After breakfast visiting shekh lotfollah&Jame Mosques.Alighapoo & 40 Setoon & Bazaar.

Day 10-Visiting Menar joban,Naghshe jahan,33po1& khajoo bridjes,Vank christian church.

Day 11-Proceed to Kashan and visiting Abyaneh,The vilage with no street.A beautiful village

Then drive to IKA airport airport to fly back home.



Historical Golestan Tour Services :

The above itinerary includes: accommodation for you & your travel tour guide, transportation (air-conditioned vehicle), transfers, food (breakfast) plus refreshments and bottled water (including your guide), guidance (plus oral translation where needed), entrance fees and tips for porters, waiters & guide Excluded.

Note: The nature of tours and travel in Iran demands flexibility. In other words, sometimes your travel tour guide changes part of the day’s sightseeing program because of an unexpected local event, national holiday, etc. Needless to say, your guide is responsible to let you know of the procedures beforehand.

In all cases, the top priority is not to miss any of the above sightseeing activities. If there is no choice, a substitution activity will be chosen by mutual agreement so that such omission can be compensated for you.

Iran Classical Tour (15 days)

 

“Iran Classical Tour” has been planned as a two-week tour to suit everyone who would like to learn about Iranian culture, history and architecture in a short traveling period. You will also travel to the most famous cities that have played key roles in the history and culture of Iran. No tours could take you to all the wealth of Iranian ancient civilization in such a short travel.

 

Iran Classical Tour Itinerary

Here’s the tour itinerary for this travel package:

Day 01: Overnight in Tehran.

Arrival in Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA). Meet with Guide. Transfer to hotel for rest.

Day 02: Overnight in Tehran.

In Tehran, visit:

  • National museum
  • Golestan palace compound
  • Treasury of national jewels … or … Carpet museum

At the end of the excursion, transfer to hotel.

Day 03: Overnight in Kashan.

In Tehran, Morning visit to:

  • Sa’ad Abad palace compound

Drive to Kashan to see:

  • Tabatabaee house
  • Hammam of Soltan Amir Ahmad
  • Ancient City Walls
  • Fin garden

Transfer to hotel.

Day 04: Overnight in Yazd.

Drive to Yazd. En route, visit Natanz to see:

  • Natanz Friday Mosque
  • Sheikh Abdol-Samad Shrine
  • A unique ceramic workshop

Then, proceed to Nain to visit:

  • Nain Friday Mosque

The final stop at Meybod to visit:

  • Narin fortress
  • Meybod caravansary complex (water reservoir, icehouse, traditional mailing house – Chapar Khaneh)
  • A pigeon tower

Transfer to hotel.

Day 05: Overnight in Yazd.

In Yazd, visit:

  • Towers of Silence
  • Varahram fire temple
  • Yazd Friday mosque
  • Fahadan ancient quarter
  • Dolat Abad garden
  • Bazaar of Yazd
  • Water museum
  • Mir Chaqmaq tekiyeh
  • Ancient City walls

Transfer to hotel.

Day 06: Overnight in Kerman.

Drive to Kerman. Inside city, visit:

  • Harandy Museum
  • Kerman bazaar including herb shops
  • Ganjali Khan Caravansary
  • Ganjali Khan bathhouse

Transfer to hotel.

Day 07: Overnight in Kerman.

Inside Kerman, visit:

  • Friday mosque portal
  • An old ice house
  • Jabalieh dome

Drive to Rayen to visit:

  • Ancient citadel of Rayen

Drive back toward Kerman. En route, stop at Mahan to visit:

  • Shahzadeh garden
  • Shah Nematollah-e-Valy mausoleum

Transfer to hotel.

 

Day 08: Overnight in Shiraz.

Drive to Shiraz. En route, see:

  • Neyriz Salt Lake
  • Fig tree gardens
  • Maharloo Salt Lake

En route, visit:

  • Sassanian Hunting lodge of Bahram

Transfer to hotel.

Day 09: Overnight in Shiraz.

In Shiraz, visit:

  • Nasir-ol-Molk mosque
  • Narenjestan garden
  • Seyyed Aladin shrine
  • Karimkhani Citadel
  • Pars museum
  • Vakil mosque
  • Bazaar of Shiraz including Saraye Moshir
  • A tour of the city of Shiraz
Transfer to hotel.

Day 10: Overnight in Shiraz.

Drive outside Shiraz to visit:

  • Persepolis
  • Naqsh-e-Rostam
  • Gate of Koran

Back to Shiraz to visit:

  • Tomb of Sa’dy
  • Tomb of Hafez

Transfer to hotel.

Day 11: Overnight in Esfehan.

Drive to Esfehan. En route, visit:

  • Pasargadae including Tomb of Cyrus the Great

Then, proceed toward Esfehan and stop at Izadkhast to visit:

  • A Safavid caravansary
  • Remnants of Izadkhast village

Inside Esfehan:

  • A walking tour along the city river

And visit:

  • Si-o-Se Pol (Allahverdikhan) Bridge
  • Khajoo bridge

Transfer to hotel.

Day 12: Overnight in Esfehan.

Inside Esfehan, visit:

  • Chehelsotun palace
  • Meidan-e-Emam (Naqsh-e-Jahan Square)
  • Emam Khomeini mosque
  • Sheikh Lotfollah mosque
  • Aliqapoo palace
  • Hasht Behesht palace
  • Qeysariyeh bazaar
  • Handicraft workshops

Transfer to hotel.

Day 13: Overnight in Esfehan.

Inside Esfehan, visit:

  • Vank cathedral
  • Jolfa Armenian quarter
  • Sassanian fire temple ruins
  • Arts bazaar
  • Walking tour of riverside or Emam Square

Transfer to hotel.

Day 14: Overnight in Tehran.

Drive to Tehran via Abyaneh. At Abyaneh:

  • A walking tour of Abyaneh

Proceed to Tehran. Transfer to hotel to pack up for departure.

Day 15:Transfer to Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKIA). Fly out.

 



 


Iran Classical Tour Services

The above itinerary includes: accommodation for you & your travel tour guide, transportation (air-conditioned vehicle), transfers,food (breakfast) plus refreshments and bottled water (including your guide), guidance (plus oral translation where needed), entrance fees and tips for porters, waiters & guide Excluded.

Note: The nature of tours and travel in Iran demands flexibility. In other words, sometimes your travel tour guide changes part of the day’s sightseeing program because of an unexpected local event, national holiday, etc. Needless to say, your guide is responsible to let you know of the procedures beforehand.

In all cases, the top priority is not to miss any of the above sightseeing activities. If there is no choice, a substitution activity will be chosen by mutual agreement so that such omission can be compensated for you.

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Iran Classic Tour

 

 

“Iran Classical Tour” has been planned as a two-week tour to suit everyone who would like to learn about Iranian culture, history and architecture in a short traveling period. You will also travel to the most famous cities that have played key roles in the history and culture of Iran. No tours could take you to all the wealth of Iranian ancient civilization in such a short travel.

 

Iran Classical Tour Itinerary

Here’s the tour itinerary for this travel package:

Day 01: Overnight in Tehran.

Arrival in Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA). Meet with Guide. Transfer to hotel for rest.

Day 02: Overnight in Tehran.

In Tehran, visit:

  • National museum
  • Golestan palace compound
  • Treasury of national jewels … or … Carpet museum

At the end of the excursion, transfer to hotel.

Day 03: Overnight in Kashan.

In Tehran, Morning visit to:

  • Sa’ad Abad palace compound

Drive to Kashan to see:

  • Tabatabaee house
  • Hammam of Soltan Amir Ahmad
  • Ancient City Walls
  • Fin garden

Transfer to hotel.

Day 04: Overnight in Yazd.

Drive to Yazd. En route, visit Natanz to see:

  • Natanz Friday Mosque
  • Sheikh Abdol-Samad Shrine
  • A unique ceramic workshop

Then, proceed to Nain to visit:

  • Nain Friday Mosque

The final stop at Meybod to visit:

  • Narin fortress
  • Meybod caravansary complex (water reservoir, icehouse, traditional mailing house – Chapar Khaneh)
  • A pigeon tower

Transfer to hotel.

Day 05: Overnight in Yazd.

In Yazd, visit:

  • Towers of Silence
  • Varahram fire temple
  • Yazd Friday mosque
  • Fahadan ancient quarter
  • Dolat Abad garden
  • Bazaar of Yazd
  • Water museum
  • Mir Chaqmaq tekiyeh
  • Ancient City walls

Transfer to hotel.

Day 06: Overnight in Kerman.

Drive to Kerman. Inside city, visit:

  • Harandy Museum
  • Kerman bazaar including herb shops
  • Ganjali Khan Caravansary
  • Ganjali Khan bathhouse

Transfer to hotel.

Day 07: Overnight in Kerman.

Inside Kerman, visit:

  • Friday mosque portal
  • An old ice house
  • Jabalieh dome

Drive to Rayen to visit:

  • Ancient citadel of Rayen

Drive back toward Kerman. En route, stop at Mahan to visit:

  • Shahzadeh garden
  • Shah Nematollah-e-Valy mausoleum

Transfer to hotel.

 

Day 08: Overnight in Shiraz.

Drive to Shiraz. En route, see:

  • Neyriz Salt Lake
  • Fig tree gardens
  • Maharloo Salt Lake

En route, visit:

  • Sassanian Hunting lodge of Bahram

Transfer to hotel.

Day 09: Overnight in Shiraz.

In Shiraz, visit:

  • Nasir-ol-Molk mosque
  • Narenjestan garden
  • Seyyed Aladin shrine
  • Karimkhani Citadel
  • Pars museum
  • Vakil mosque
  • Bazaar of Shiraz including Saraye Moshir
  • A tour of the city of Shiraz
Transfer to hotel.

Day 10: Overnight in Shiraz.

Drive outside Shiraz to visit:

  • Persepolis
  • Naqsh-e-Rostam
  • Gate of Koran

Back to Shiraz to visit:

  • Tomb of Sa’dy
  • Tomb of Hafez

Transfer to hotel.

Day 11: Overnight in Esfehan.

Drive to Esfehan. En route, visit:

  • Pasargadae including Tomb of Cyrus the Great

Then, proceed toward Esfehan and stop at Izadkhast to visit:

  • A Safavid caravansary
  • Remnants of Izadkhast village

Inside Esfehan:

  • A walking tour along the city river

And visit:

  • Si-o-Se Pol (Allahverdikhan) Bridge
  • Khajoo bridge

Transfer to hotel.

Day 12: Overnight in Esfehan.

Inside Esfehan, visit:

  • Chehelsotun palace
  • Meidan-e-Emam (Naqsh-e-Jahan Square)
  • Emam Khomeini mosque
  • Sheikh Lotfollah mosque
  • Aliqapoo palace
  • Hasht Behesht palace
  • Qeysariyeh bazaar
  • Handicraft workshops

Transfer to hotel.

Day 13: Overnight in Esfehan.

Inside Esfehan, visit:

  • Vank cathedral
  • Jolfa Armenian quarter
  • Sassanian fire temple ruins
  • Arts bazaar
  • Walking tour of riverside or Emam Square

Transfer to hotel.

Day 14: Overnight in Tehran.

Drive to Tehran via Abyaneh. At Abyaneh:

  • A walking tour of Abyaneh

Proceed to Tehran. Transfer to hotel to pack up for departure.

Day 15:Transfer to Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKIA). Fly out.

 



 


Iran Classical Tour Services

The above itinerary includes: accommodation for you & your travel tour guide, transportation (air-conditioned vehicle), transfers,food (breakfast) plus refreshments and bottled water (including your guide), guidance (plus oral translation where needed), entrance fees and tips for porters, waiters & guide Excluded.

Note: The nature of tours and travel in Iran demands flexibility. In other words, sometimes your travel tour guide changes part of the day’s sightseeing program because of an unexpected local event, national holiday, etc. Needless to say, your guide is responsible to let you know of the procedures beforehand.

In all cases, the top priority is not to miss any of the above sightseeing activities. If there is no choice, a substitution activity will be chosen by mutual agreement so that such omission can be compensated for you.

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Duration : 15 days

Itinerary : Tehran, Maranjab, Ghasr-e Bahram, Jandagh, Tabas, Kerman, Yazd, Shiraz, Isfahan, Abyaneh, Kashan, Tehran

    • Day 1: Arrive Tehran – Check-in to your hotel and the afternoon is yours to explore the city.
    • Day 2: Tehran / Maranjab – After a morning of exploring the capitol of Iran we drive out of the city to spend the night camping next to the sand dunes near Maranjab.
        • Sa’d Abad Museum Complex
        • Grand bazaar
    • Day 3: Ghaser-e Bahram – Continuing east through the Salt desert we stop for the night near a local caravanserai to pitch our tents.
    • Day 4: Jandagh– The desert scenery is at times stark but small nomadic villages along the way make the journey worth it.
    • Day 5: TabasThe road continues on through the desert passing the villages of Meser, Garmeh and Arusan to bring us to Tabas the night where we overnight in tents.
    • Day 6-7: Kerman (Rayen & Mahan) – After breakfast we settle in for a long drive to the remote city of Kerman. An excursion to the cities of Rayen and Mahan give us amazing insight into the old trading routes that came through this region.
      • Shah Nematolah Vali
      • Shahzadeh Garden (UNESCO Site)
      • Shahdad desert overnight
    • Day 8: Yazd– The old quarter of Yazd is famous for its textiles and carpets, with many little alleys to wander and explore.
      • Yazd – Jameh Mosque
      • Towers of Silence burial grounds
      • Amir Chakhmaq Complex
      • Zoroastrian Fire Temple
    • Day 9: Pasargadae / Shiraz – A long drive first takes us to the ruins of Pasargadae before continuing on to Shiraz, known for its splendid gardens, exquisite mosques and famous poets.
      • Pasargadae – Tomb of Cyrus (UNESCO Site)
      • Vakil Mosque & Bazzar
    • Day 10: Persepolis & Shiraz – Our day is filled with a tour of Persepolis before returning back to the city for any last minute shopping.
      • Half day tour of Persepolis Complex (UNESCO Site)
      • Rock tombs of Naqsh-e Rajab & Naqsh-e Rostam
    • Day 11: Shiraz– Known for its splendid gardens, exquisite mosques and famous poets we continue touring the sites of this famous city.
      • Tombs of Hafez and Sa`adi
      • Eram Garden (UNESCO Site)
      • Vakil Mosque & Bazzar
      • Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque
      • Karim Khan Citadel
      • Jameh-ye Atigh Mosque
      • Imamzadeh-ye Ali Ebn-e Hamze shrine
    • Day 12-13: Isfahan– Isfahan is a place for savouring the high refinements of Persian culture and getting lost in its old bazaar. 
      • Imam Square (UNESCO Site)
      • Ali Qapu Palace & Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
      • Chehel Sotun Palace (UNESCO Site)
      • Vank Cathedral Museum
      • Zayandeh River Bridges (Si-o-seh & Khaju Bridges)
    • Day 14: Abyaneh / Kashan / Tehhran – On the way back to Tehran we stop in Kashan for a tour of this historic city that dates back over 6000 years. 
      • Abyaneh village tour
      • Fin Garden (UNESCO Site)
      • Khan-e Borujedi
  • Day 15: Tehran and Depar – After breakfast you are free to depart anytime 


  • Iran Desert Sands Tour Services

    The above itinerary includes: accommodation for you & your travel tour guide, transportation (air-conditioned vehicle), transfers, food (breakfast) plus refreshments and bottled water (including your guide), guidance (plus oral translation where needed), entrance fees and tips for porters, waiters & guide Excluded.

    Note: The nature of tours and travel in Iran demands flexibility. In other words, sometimes your travel tour guide changes part of the day’s sightseeing program because of an unexpected local event, national holiday, etc. Needless to say, your guide is responsible to let you know of the procedures beforehand.

    In all cases, the top priority is not to miss any of the above sightseeing activities. If there is no choice, a substitution activity will be chosen by mutual agreement so that such omission can be compensated for you.

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    By taking this step, you will learn a lot more about our services, price, processes, terms and conditions.

Lut

UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee voted in favor of listing Lut Desert on the World Heritage List on Sunday, July 17, 2016…………………………………………………………………………….
The move raises the total number of world heritage sites in Iran to 21, following the inscription of the country’s ancient Qanat system on Friday, July 15, 2016.

Iran has the highest number of world heritage sites in the Middle East.

 

 Day 1:   Tehran  (Arrival).

Tehran, with the population of about 16 million was the settlement of the last two dynasties, Qajar and Pahlavi, that ruled the country for almost 200 years. Home to many monuments of historical and cultural interests, as well as key government buildings of modern times.

Early Arrival, Transfer to hotel where you can rest for a few hours.

Morning: Visiting National Museum…………………………………………………………………………………….

Afternoon: National Jewels Museum, and Carpet Museum.

Overnight hotel in Tehran.

 

Day 2: Flight to Kerman.

Kerman  is the largest and most developed city in Kerman Province and the most important city in the southeast of Iran. It is also one of the largest cities of Iran in terms of area. Kerman is famous for its long history and strong cultural heritage. The city is home to many historic mosques and Zoroastrian fire temples.

 

Day 3,4: Drive to Lut Desert.

Lut Desert, also spelled Dasht-e-Loot and known as the Loot Desert, is a large salt desert in Kerman province and is the world’s 25th largest desert.

Morning: Transfer to Lut, trekking and overnight camping in the desert.

 

 

 

Day 5: Drive to Zeinodin Caravanserai.

The Zein-o-Din Caravanserai is located in Yazd province, Iran. The caravanserai dates to the 16th century and is situated on the ancient Silk Road. It is one of 999 such inns that were built during the reign of Shah Abbas I to provide facilities to travelers. Of these, Zeinodin is one of two caravanserais built with circular towers.

 

 

Day 6: Drive to Yazd via Mehriz.

Qanāt is a gently sloping underground channel with a series of vertical access shafts, used to transport water from an aquifer under a hill. Qanāts create a reliable supply of water for human settlements and irrigation in hot, arid, and semi-arid climates.

The qanat technology is known to have been developed in Iran by the Persian people sometime in the early 1st millennium BC, and spread from there slowly westward and eastward.

Morning: Drive to Yazd via Mehriz. Visiting Qanat systems in Mehriz.

Afternoon: Visiting Tower of silence and Zoroastrian fire temple.

 

Day 7: Visiting Yazd.

Taking a stroll through the city, visiting Jame’ Mosque, Alexander Prison, Twelve-Imam Tomb, Amir Chakhmaq square and the old parts of the city.

Day 8: Drive to Shiraz via Naqsh-e-Rostam and Persepolis.

Persepolis, founded by Darius I in 518 B.C., was the capital of the Achaemenid Empire. It was built on an immense half-artificial, half-natural terrace, where this king of kings at the time created an impressive palace complex inspired by Mesopotamian models. The historical importance and quality of the monumental ruins make it a unique archaeological site. It seems that Darius planned this impressive complex of palaces not only as the seat of government but also, and primarily, as a show place and a spectacular center for the receptions and festivals of the Achaemenid kings and their empire, such as for the celebration of Nawruz.

Next stop will be Naqsh-e-Rostam. Opposite the mountain of Rahmat, a ten-minute drive to the north, proudly stands the Naqsh-e-Rostam, the magnificent burial place of Achaemenid kings. This is also the site of seven bas-reliefs dating back to Elamite and Sassanid period.

 

Day 9: Visiting Shiraz.

Shiraz, a city that has been at the center of Persian culture for more than 2,000 years, has the reputation as being a progressive city. This city of sophistication that was once the country’s capital is crowned as the heartland of Persian culture. Shiraz will never fail to conjure up images of roses and nightingales, gardens and poetry.

Early in the morning, you will relish in the highlights of Shiraz by visiting sites that were full of life when this city was the capital of Iran during the Zand Dynasty. You will be inspired by the glorious Karim Khan palace, the splendid Vakil mosque, Vakil Bazaar and Saray-e-Moshir with its splendid architecture and interesting ethnic souvenir shops, and the Nasir Almolk mosque.  Next, you will stop for a mouth-watering Iranian lunch at one of the traditional restaurants of Shiraz.

This city in the province of Fars is home to famous poets such as Hafez and Sa’adi as well as historical sites from different eras stretching back 6,000 years ago. Hafez was one of Persia’s greatest poets who has impressed the world with his poetic mastery. A trip to the site where he is buried and honored is likely to stir the hearts and minds of the visitors.

Sa’adi was a poet, philosopher and mystic. About seven centuries ago Sa’adi recorded all his experiences from his travels to different countries and cities in verse and rhyme prose in two books, Boustan and Golestan. These two books inform and inspire the reader. You will have the chance to pay homage to this great poet when you visit his burial site which is set amidst beautiful gardens and pools.

In the evening, you will visit Ali-Ebn-e-Hamzeh marvel at its beauties. You will take a stroll among the tall and proud cedars of the Jahan Nama Garden. The evening tour ends with visits to the Delgosha Garden and Khajoy-e-Kermani Tomb.

At night you will have dinner in a restaurant in the north of Shiraz and stay the night in Shiraz.

Day 10: Drive to Isfahan via Pasargadae.

On the way to Isfahan, you will have a  stop in Pasargadae to visit the most important and majestic monuments there. The tomb of Cyrus the Great, the originator and the great founder of Achaemanian Emperor, (500 years BC) is the oldest historical tomb. The wonderful architecture of his tomb, the huge fertile land over there beside the brave personality of Cyrus the Great inspires the visitors. This Archeological environment was the worshiping place for the followers of several religions and still it is so. Followed by the relief of the winged man and get familiar with its historical elucidations some researchers gave specific theories regarding the relation between personality of Cyrus the Great and one of the prophets of Holy Book. By visiting this majestic tomb you can have your personal comment about it.

Isfahan the legendary city which never fails to enchant its visitors is the pearl of traditional Islamic archeology. This city is revived by the works of contemporary artists. Isfahan prides itself in having fascinating historical garden palaces.  Legend has it that the city was founded at the time of Tahmoures  and because of its glories has been entitled “Half the World”. Your evening tour includes the famed Imam Square (Naqsh-e-Jahan), a huge square second in the world to Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Tour the architectural marvels of Sheikh Lotfollah and Imam Mosques, Aliqapu Palace, Chehel Sutoon and Hasht Behesht Palaces, and also visit one of the most famous bazaars in Iran, where we can purchase the arts & crafts for which Isfahan is so well renowned. Stay overnight in Isfahan.

Day 11: Visiting Isfahan.

Isfahan’s Jame’ mosque displays several centuries of historical Islamic evolution. This mosque is a gallery of Islamic architecture in which the progress of architecture from the outset of Islam till recent times is evident. Then we will visit Vank Church which is one of the most beautiful Armenian churches in the world and will undoubtedly capture the attention of every Christian. Our day will conclude with a visit to Monar Jomban, the tomb of a Sufi with its shaking minarets and some historical bridges. Evening is free at leisure.

Day 12: Drive to Kashan via Abyaneh.

On the way to Kashan, we will visit the UNESCO recognized village of Abyaneh, located at the foot of Mount Karkas and in the vicinity of desert. Appreciate the serenity of this quaint village with its splendid archaeology and meet the dwellers who speak, live and dress in the original Persian style.

Next, visit Tabatabaiha and Borojerdiha houses in Kashan and some other historical places specially chosen by our tour guide and be acquainted with the previous century’s architecture, the Qajar era. Staying overnight in Kashan.

Day 13: Drive to IKA. Departure.

Lut

 Путешествие по Персии

 

 

 

 

12 дней \ 11 ночей

День ۱: Тегеран

Прилет в аэропорт Тегерана, наш представитель встречает вас в аэропорту с букетом цветов, организует трансфер до отеля в Тегеране, Обзорная экскурсия по городу. Ночь в Тегеране.

День 2: Тегеран

Посещение музеев Тегерана: Археологический музей, музей ковров, Национальный музей драгоценностей, затем переезд в аэропорт внутренних авиалиний, перелёт в Шираз, Ночь в Шираз

День 3: Шираз

Экскурсия на целый ден в бывшую столицу Ахеменидов Персеполь (объект Всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО), некрополь Накше-Рустам и могила Кира Великого в Пасаргадах (объект Всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО), возвращение в Шираз. Ночь в Ширазе.

День 4: Шираз

Во время обзорной экскурсии вы посетите Базар Вакиль, Комплекс Карим-хана (Арг), после чего мы проследуем прямиком к мечети Насир-ол Молк, cадам Эрам и Наренджистан. После к мавзолеям поэтов Хафиза и Саади. Ночь в Ширазе.

День 5:

Дневной переезд в Керман с посещением соляных озёр Махарлу и Бахтеган. По пути посещение Дворца Сасанидов в Сарвестане. Ночь в Кермане.

День 6: Керман — Караван-сарай в Зейноддине:

Утром посещение комплекса Гандж Али-хана, состоящего из базара, караван-сарая, бани и чайханы, затем короткая экскурсия в сад Махан. После обеда переезд в фантастический, выполненный в традиционном стиле отель в пустыне. Это уникальный шанс провести прекрасную ночь. Ночь в караван-сарае в Зейноддине.

День7: Йезд

Караван-сарай в Зейноддине — Йезд:

Переезд ۶۰ км до Йезда, посещение Пятничной мечети и мечети Рокн од Дин, затем экскурсия в сад Доулатабад, к Башне ветра, к Тюрьме Александра, Башне молчания, прогулка по прекрасным древним аллеям самого старинного в мире города из кирпича. Ночь в Йезде

День 8: Йезд-Исфахан

Утренний переезд в Исфахан через Мейбод, Ардакан и Наин. В Мейбоде вам представится возможность посетить уникальные архитектурные сооружения, расположенные в пустыне и демонстрирующие талант иранских архитекторов. В Ардакане вы сможете посетить зороастрийский храма огня Чак-Чак, в Наине — Пятничную мечеть, традиционный Дом Пирния и Этнологический музей с садом. Поездка продолжится далее в сторону Исфахана. Ночь в Исфахане.

День 9: Исфахан

Полнодневная экускурсия в Исфахане с посещением Площади Имама (объект Всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО), где расположены мечети Имама и Шейха Лютфаллы; дворец Али Капу и базар Кейсария. Вечером мы посетим всемирно известные мосты Исфахана на реке Заянде-руд, где вы сможете выпить чашечку чая в традиционной чайхане. Ночь в Исфахане.

День 10: Исфахан — Абьяне

Утром продолжаем осмотр города. Мы посетим: Собор Ванк, Пятничную мечеть, Чехель Сотун («Сорок колонн»), Хашт-Бехешт («Восемь райских садов»), затем возвращаемся в Абьяне, красивую деревню с постройками из красной глины. Ночь в Абьяне.

День ۱۱: Абьяне — Кашан

После непродолжительной прогулки по Абьяне (известная историческая иранская деревня рядом с городом Кашан в провиции Исфахан, которая знаменита постройками красноватого оттенка. Эта деревня одна из старейших в Иране, привлекает огромное количество персидских и иностранных туристов круглый год, особенно во время традиционных праздников и торжеств)., едем в Тегеран через Кашан, где у нас появится возможность увидеть сады Фин, дом Боруджерди и дом Табатабаи (два исторических памятника, построенных в XIII

День ۱2: Тегеран

Трансфер в аэропорт.

Отдых на острове Киш

 

 

 

День ۱: Встреча в аэропорту, трансфер в гостиницу , отдых. Утренний или вечерний перелет на остров Киш и размещение в гостинице выбранной категории. Свободное время.

День 2: Свободное время. Отдых на острове Киш

День 3: Свободное время. Отдых на острове Киш

День 4: Свободное время. Отдых на острове Киш

День 5: Свободное время. Отдых на острове Киш.

День 6: Свободное время. Отдых на острове Киш

День 7: Отдых на острове Киш. Вечером – трансфер в аэропорт, вылет в Тегеран. Встреча в аэропорту, переезд в аэропорт международных линий. Стыковка с рейсом на Москву

День 8: Вылет в Москву

Программа тура:

вокруг иран

Тегеран – Кашан – Абьяне – Исфахан – Йезд – Мейбод_ Пасаргад – Персополь – Шираз – Бишапур – Тегеран

10 дней/9 ночей Фото
День ۰۰: Прилет в Тегеран
Прилёт в аэропорт Тегерана, как правило, ночью. Прохождение визового и паспортного контроля. Встреча в аэропорту и трансфер в отель. Ночь в отеле. 
azadi
День 1: Тегеран
После завтрака в отеле экскурсия по городу. Посещение старейшего и привлекательного строения Тегерана – Дворца Голестан. Потом посещение Гранд Базара в Тегеране.
Во второй половине дня посещение Национальной Сокровищницы. После отправимся в отель. Ночь в отеле в Тегеране.
 azadi
День 2: Тегеран – Кашан – Абьяне – Исфахан
Сразу после завтрака в отеле мы отправимся в Кашан. Город находится в пустыне, на одном из когда-то важных караванных путей. Посещение Сада Фин – классического образца традиционного персидского сада. Также посещение баню, базар. По завершению осмотра Кашана мы отправимся в горную деревню Абьяне. Деревня уникальна очень многими моментами и о каждом можно рассказывать весьма много, но лучше один раз увидеть это уникальное место в горах. Уже после мы отправимся в Исфахан, в который приедем вечером. Ночь в отеле.
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День 3: Исфахан
Завтрак в отеле. Экскурсия в течение дня. Включено посещение Шехель Сотун – дворца персидского шаха Аббаса II, комплекс площади Имама. В настоящее время площадь опоясывают лавки торговцев и магазины с сувенирами – базар Кейсария, центр занят садами и фонтанами. На юге располагается вход в мечеть Имама – высочайшее здание Исфахана. Посещение дворец Али Капу (ворота Али). На востоке высится ещё одна мечеть, названная именем шейха Лотфаллы (Женская мечеть).После экскурсии возвращение в отель. Свободное время. Ночь в отеле.
1223
Завтрак в отеле. Знаменитыми архитектурными сооружениями Исфахана являются его мосты. Начнем прогулку от Моста Тридцати Трёх Арок (Си-о-Се Поль). Оттуда пешком возможно дойти до моста Кхаджу (Поль э Кхаджу). Это самый красивый мост в Исфахане, построенный по приказу шаха Аббаса 2 в 1650-х годах. В вечернее время мосты выглядят совершенно иначе. Ночь в отеле. 1223
День 5: Исфахан – Йезд
Завтрак в отеле. Отправление в Йезд. По дороге посещение города Мейбод, который представляет собой миникопию Йезда, но со своей особой атмосферой. Осмотр древней крепости и “ледового хранилища”. Приезд в Йезд. Размещение в отеле. Свободное время.
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День 6: Йезд
Экскурсия по городу в течение дня. Посещение Башен Молчания – зороастрийские ритуальные сооружения. Йезд – известный центр зороастризма. Посещение древнего зороастрийского храма огня Аташкадэ.Посещение узких улиц города с уникальной архитектурой зданий. Посещение Соборной мечети ۱۴ века с самыми высокими минаретами в Иране, Тюрмы Александра, комплекса Амир Чагмак. Йезд уникален своей системой водоснабжения. Очень подробно с ней познакомиться можно в Музее воды. Завершается экскурсионный день в Саду Довлат Абад. Ночевка в Йезде.
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День 7: Йезд – Пасаргад – Персеполис – Шираз.
Ранний завтрак в отеле. Отъезд в Шираз. По пути следования обзорные экскурсии в Накше-Рустам, Персеполис и Пасаргад.
Накше-Рустам представляет из себя участок отвесной скалы длиной примерно 300 метров, в котором на значительной от земли высоте (от 10 до 26 метров) вырублены четыре могильных склепа крестообразной формы. Пасаргад – древний персидский город, первая столица империи Ахеменидов. переезжаем в Персеполь, бывшую столицу могущественной империи Ахеменидов. Перед въездом в Шираз посещение Ворот Корана. Размещение в отеле.
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День 08: Шираз
Завтрак в отеле. Экскурсия по городу в течение дня. С утра посещение Розовой мечети Насир-оль-Молк. Сад Эрам. Знаменитый сад Шираза с восхитительным дворцом Гаджар, в котором некогда отдыхали члены королевской семьи. Комплекс Вакиль. Включает в себя базар, Мечеть вакиль и Базар Вакиль.  С противоположной стороны от базара расположен Хаммам Вакиль – бывшие городские бани, а ныне небольшой музей для туристов. Ну и последним элементом комплекса Вакиль является цитадель Карим-хана – древнее сооружение, где проживал регент. Ночь в Ширазе.
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 День 9: Шираз – Бишапур –Шираз_Тегеран 
После завтрака выселение из отеля и переезд к Бишапур. Этот древный город в 224 гг.до н.э. был построен римскими рабами. Это памятник о победе сасанидского короля над римским императором Валерианом. Посещение сасанидских дворцов и храма Анахиты (одной из персидских богинь). Посещение сасанидских барельефов. Возвращение в Шираз.  Возвращение в Шираз. Трансфер в аэропорт для вылета в Тегеран. Ночь в Тегеране.
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 День 10: Тегеран. 

Вылет из Ирана домой.

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информация

 

 

Иран – государство на юго-западе Азии.

Столица: Тегеран

Официальное название: Исламская Республика Иран. Исламская Республика, в основе конституционной и правовой системы которой лежит исламское право. В состав государства входит 31 провинция (останов). Глава государства: Высший руководитель. Второе по значимости лицо: Президент

Климат: Климат Ирана варьирует от аридного, характерного для преобладающей территории страны, до субтропического вдоль побережья Каспийского моря и в северных лесных районах. Там зимой температура редко опускается ниже 0°С, а летом редко превышает 29°С. Среднегодовое количество осадков составляет 1700 мм на западе прикаспийской области и 680 мм на её востоке. На западе Ирана, в горах Загрос зимой температура практически всегда ниже 0°, характерны обильные снегопады и сильный ветер. В центральных и восточных районах страны климат засушливый со среднегодовым количеством осадков менее 200 мм и средними летними температурами выше 38°С. На равнинах вдоль берегов Персидского и Оманского заливов зима в основном мягкая, а лето — жаркое и влажное. Среднегодовое количество осадков составляет 135—355 мм.

Виза:

Для туристической визы в Иран необходимо получить шестизначный номер Reference number- разрешение МИД Ирана.
Вы заполняете анкету в нашей компании. Процесс получения разрешения МИД Ирана (Reference number ) занимает от 7 до 10 рабочих дней.

Получив номер разрешения, вы сможете получить визу

  • Через три рабочих дня впосольстве Ирана в Москве.
  • Ваэропорту города Тегеран. Imam Khomeini Airport.

Место получения визы вы сможете выбрать в анкете. Если вы желаете получить визу в аэропорту Тегерана, вам следует выбрать Imam Khomeini Airport.

Без номера разрешения виза не будет выдана ни в аэропорту, ни в Консульском отделе. По прибытии в Тегеран необходимо предъявить референс-номер, и виза будет вклеена в паспорт в аэропорту, там же должна быть произведена оплата, составляющая 75 долларов США.

Религия: Большинство иранцев — мусульмане. 89 % населения — мусульмане-шииты (государственная религия). Наряду с Ираком, Азербайджаном и Бахрейном, Иран является одним из государств, где шииты составляют больше половины населения.

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Name von Agentur und Tour Irantouren
Reise verlauf / Itinerary

1. Schiraz

Nasir al mulk mosque

Abholung am Flughafen und transfer zum Hotel.
Koffer – Absstellen und ubernachtung.
2. Schiraz , die kulter Hauptstadt , lȁdt Sie zur ersten Besichtigung ein . Sie starten Ihre Tour mit einem schȍnem Garten ,,Eram Garten ,, danach sehen Sie Nasir.Al.Molk.Moschee Nach dem Moschee besuchenn Sie die prachtvolle Zitadelle von Karim Khan ,und jetzt Mittagspause im Bazar in einem traditionellen Resturant Ȕbernachtung in Schiraz .


3. Reisetag Perspolis und Naghsh –E-Rostam
Eines der letzen bedeutenden Kulturdenkmaler des antiken Mittleren Osten ist Perspolis , heute UNE- SCO Weltkulturerbe. Der Bau der Anlage wurde von Darius dem Grossen (521-468- v.chr)in Auf trag gegeben . Er sollte den hȍhepunkt des Achȁmenidischen Iimperiums vor fast 2500 Jahren Symbolisieren.
Nicht weit entfernt liegt die Nekropole Naghsh –e Rostam .
Sie sehen die Felsengrȁber der achȁmenidischen Herrscher und die berϋhmten Felsreliefst der sassinidischen Kȍnige .
Am nachmittag erwarten Sie die Mausoleen der beiden berϋhmten Dichter Saadi und Hafiz .
Abend essen und Ȕbernachtung in Schiraz.
4. Reisetag Shiraz – Pasargad – Yazd (445 km)


Sie machen sich auf den Weg nach Yazd , demZentrum der traditionellen Brokat und Seid enherstellung , aber in Pasargad strarten Sie auf eine Zeitreise in das achȁmenidReich Pasargad War die erste Hauptstadt des achȁmeniden Reiches .
Heir besichtigen Sie den Residenz Palast und das kyros Grab.
Weiterfahrt nach Yazd ,Ankunft am Abend .
Abend essen und Ȕbernachtung in Yazd.
5. Reise tag Yazd

Frϋhstϋck
Bei einem Rundgang durch Yazd sehen Sie am Vormittag die Windtϋrme , die in unterschiedlichen Hȍhen in der ganzen stadt auf den Wohnhȁusern stehen . Sie wandeln den heissen , trockenen

Weiterfahrt erwartet Sie ein stopp in Natanz,wo Sie die Freitagmoschee besuchen werden.

Weiterfahrt nach Kaschan,dort besichtigen Sie das ehemalige Wohnhaus,der einst bedeutenden Familie Borujerdi und den Fin Garten (UNESCO-Welt-Kulturerbe),das Hammam Mir Ahmad.

Abendessen und Übernachtung in Kaschan.

Wüstenwind  in kühle Lüft um die leiten diese in die Wohnhäuser

Dann besuchen sie Freitag Moschee und Wasser Museum .

Am Mittag haben sie Mittagpause und Freizeit

Um 4Uhr besichtigen Sie Feuertempel und Schweigens /Türme. (die zeugen früherer Zoroastrischer Religiosität.

6-Reisetag Yazd-Isfahan (315km)

Sie machen sich auf den Weg nach Isfahan. Unterwegs beschtigen Sie in Nain die Freitag Moschee und legen eine Stopp in einer Karawanserei in Meybod ein. In Abargu resetzt eine über 2000 Jahre alte riesige Zypresse in Staunen.

Abend essen und übernachtung in Isfahan,

7-Reisetag Isfahan , die Perle Asiens Isfahan ist eine der schönsten Städte Irans, Am Morgan führt Ihr erster Weg zum Chehel sotun, dem Palast der vierzig Säulen, sie setzten Ihren Stadt rundgang am Meydan-e-Imam fort,früher Abbild der-Welt-Platz genannt.Heute UNESCO-Weltkultur Erbe. Der Platz ist von prächtigen Gebäuden um geben. Darunter der Palast Ali-Qapu, dessen Wände und Decken Überreich mit Wandmalereien ver ziert sind.

Die Imam Moschee mit ihrem mächtigen Eingangsportal und der türkis farbenen Kuppel Und die Scheich Lotfollah-Moschee mit besonders harmonischer Farbgebung und Kunst vollen Fayencen.

Ruhen Sie sich bei einem Glas Tee aus, bevor Sie in den ehemals kaiserlichen Bazaren Dächern die Fülle des Isahaner Kunsthand Werks sehen:

Teppich Knüpferi, silber-und Emaille arbeiten,Hand drucke und vieles mehr.

8-Reisetag Isfahan

Zuerst besichtigen Sie Freitagsmoschee,die älteste vier Iwan Anlage Irans.

Beim Spaziergang durch das armenische Viertel Djolfa ist die vank-kathedrale mit dem freistehenden Glockenturm das beeindruckendste bauwerk.

Chistliche und islamische Stilelemente treffen heir zusammen.Sie besuchen das angeschlossene Museum. Und danach besichtigen Sie Zwei reizvollen Brücken(33-Bögen-Brücke und Khaju-Brücke) Abend essen und übernachtung in Isfhan.

9-Reisetag Isfahan-Kaschan-Tehran

Am Morgen fahren Sie nach Kaschan. Auf der Fahrt

10-Reisetag Tehran

Am morgen fahren Sie nach Teheran

Teheran die Hauptstadt Persiens lädt Sie zur Besichtigung ein.In der Metropole an den Hängen des Elburz-Gebirges pulsiert das moderne Leben Irans.

Museum.

Dann Golestan Palast und Juwelen-Museum.

11.Rückflug ab Teheran.

Transferzum Flughfen.

Gute Reise

For the first time in Iran!

We are proud member of Skal.

skal 1

I am proud to be the first from Iran, after 4 decades, to become a member of Skal International. I

look forward to my first Skal World Congress in Monaco in October 2016 which I will attend, and will

have a booth in the B2B for Iran with cooperation of my long standing friend and colleagues

Constantine Panoussi.

I personally established “Pardis Travel Agency” in June 1970 – I engaged highly qualified team to

provide a high standard of service for in-bound tours to the area of Pars “State of Fars“ which mainly

included Shiraz, Persepolis, Pasargadae, Naghse-Rajab, Naghse-Rustam, and all surrounding historic

Cities. Our agency was mainly engaged by Tour operators in Iran, who would receive massive in-

bound tours from all over the world, namely USA, England, Germany, France, Italy, South America,

Australia and Asian Countries. The quality of our services and qualified team has been in great

demand, and still is. In 1980s we could extend our services beyond our borders and now we have the

same reputation for handling the services for entire country.

We engage University History lecturers and Students, and train them in hospitality for our own

programmes. They are all expert in our History, culture, archaeology, and Nomadic Cultures of our

land.

Although we specialise in Luxury Tours throughout, we organise a wide variety of tours for

individuals & groups to suit your budget. With every budget category our quality of service remain

at highest level. Our list of Services cover a multiplied rang from Visa handling, Hotel reservation

around Iran with most preferable prices .Air, Train and Bus ticket reservation, CIP Greeting on

arrival, transfers, sightseeing, excursions, expeditions, and most importantly we provide you the

professional Guide and Translator in mail international languages,

Whether you’re looking for a historic discovery or hoping to explore an ancient history, culture or

both mixed with modern and vibrant beauties of Iran. Our Team at Pardis Travel is here to provide

you with personalised travel plan and itinerary and ensure every detail is handled professionally to

details.

We look forward to a mutual co-operation – you can contact me on Shadfar@Irantours.com

 

Iran Tour

 

 

Our Travel Agency located in Shiraz  help you to travel better on your next vacation. Established in 1967 and member of IATA since 1979, work for foreign clients for historical and cultural tourism,Eco tourism, leisure travel to Iran’s Islands and even Shia tourism.We offer the widest selections of tours in Iran and many other countries and   use our education, first-hand travel experience and relationships with all airlines, car, hotel, resort and tour with the most reasonable prices globally to make sure you enjoy an exceptional personalized travel experience that will create memories to last life time. Get the most of your stay in Iran with Pardis Travel Agency.

Sheia Ziarat Tour

 

Day 1:

Arrival IKA & meet & transfer to Qum ,In the afternoon visit 40akhtaran  & jamkaran Mosque

Day 2:

Ziarat & Shopping

Day 3:

 

Drive to Mehrabad airport on route visiting Emam Shrine & Shah abdolazim & fly Mashhad & meet and transfer to Hotel

Day 4:

Drive to Neishaboor on route visiting Gadamgah & mahroogh shrine & Abasalt

Day 5:

Free for Ziarat

Day 6:

Transfer to Airport and go back home

Boostan Tour

 

 

 

 

 The cultural tour program is as follow
 based on twin rooms on bed and breakfast basis

All by private car and guide.

 

 

  • Day 1: (Shiraz) Arrival in Shiraz, Transfer to hotel, Overnight.
  • Day 2: (SHIRAZ) Full day Excursion to visit Persepolis & Naghsh-e-Rostam,Saadi &
    Hafez tombs ,Overnight.
  • Day 3: (SHIRAZ) Full day city tour to visit Vakil complex (citadel,bath,museum &
    bazaar) as well as Shahecheragh Mausoleum. Fly to lsfahan. Overnight lsfahan.
  • Day 4: (Shiraz-Isfahan) Drive to Isfahanenroute visiting pasargade.
  • Day 5: (ISFAHAN) Full day city tour to visit Naghsh-e-Jahan Square including
    Lotfollah mosque, Aliqapu palace & Bazaar (for shopping) Chehel
    Sotoon & Hasht Behesht palace . Overnight. At  ABBASI HOTEL
  • Day 6: (ISFAHAN ) Full day city tour of lsfahan to visit Vank cathedral, Shaking
    minaret, Fire temple & historical bridges of Sio seh Pol Khadjou bridges.
  • Day 7: (Kashan-TEHRAN) Drive to Tehran En route visiting Kashan.
  • Day 8: (TEHRAN) Half day city tour to see complex of Saad Abad, (White and Green Palace) afternoon free time for shopping.
    Overnight.
  • Day 9: Full day tour of Tehran, Golestan Palace,  Crown Jewels, Saadabad Palace and Museum
  • Day 10:  Depart transfer to Tehran Airport and departure

 Duration : 10 Days

Itinarary : Tehran,Abyaneh,Isfahan,Shahrekord,Yasooj,Shiraz


Day 1
  • TehranAfter arrival in Imam international airport you’ll be transferred to your hotel.A city tour of Tehran visitingArcheological museum and Golestan palace.Overnight Tehran.
 Day 2
  • AbyanehDriving to spend the night at the historical village of Abyaneh.Enroute visiting Fin complex(garden,bath and museum).Overnight Abyaneh.(village house)
Day 3
  • IsfahanIn the morning driving to Isfahan.In the evening we’ll have a visit of Naghsh e jahan square,Ali qa pu,Imam and Sheikh lotf Allah mosques also Zayande river bridges.Overnight Isfahan.
Day 4
  • Bakhtyari Nomad RegionWe continue our journey to visit the first tribe in our tour.Plains of Shahrekord is the residence of Bakhtiari nomads.Overnight at Shahr-Kord Hotel.
Day 5
  • YasoujAfter spending another half day with nomads we drive to Yasooj.Overnight Yasooj at Azadi hotel.
Day 6

Qashqai Nomad RegionOn our way to Shiraz we stop for visiting a Qashqai settelment who are Iran’s largest groupof nomads.In Yasooj we will visit the beautiful scenery of nature.

 

Day 7,8,9 & 10
  • ShirazAfter getting to Shiraz we’ll have a half day city tour visiting Zandieh complex and Naranjestan palace.Overnight Shiraz.Day8 We’ll have an excursion to Firuz Abad in southwest of Shiraz to visit another Qashqai tribe and spend some time with them.Overnight Shiraz.Excursion to Persepolis,Naghsh e Rajab,Naghsh e Rostam and pasargadea.Overnight Shiraz.Free at leisure.Transfer to airport for departure.

Tour Services

 

  • The above itinerary includes: accommodation for you & your travel tour guide, transportation (air-conditioned vehicle), transfers, food (breakfast) plus refreshments and bottled water (including your guide), guidance (plus oral translation where needed), entrance fees and tips for porters, waiters & guide Excluded.
  • Note: The nature of tours and travel in Iran demands flexibility. In other words, sometimes your travel tour guide changes part of the day’s sightseeing program because of an unexpected local event, national holiday, etc. Needless to say, your guide is responsible to let you know of the procedures beforehand.
  • In all cases, the top priority is not to miss any of the above sightseeing activities. If there is no choice, a substitution activity will be chosen by mutual agreement so that such omission can be compensated for you.

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  • By taking this step, you will learn a lot more about our services, price, processes, terms and conditions.

Zoroaster

 

Duration:8 Days

Itinarary:Tehran,Abyaneh,Isfahan,Yazd,Shiraz

golestan-palace-classic-tours

Day 1 Tehran

Upon arrival at Imam airport you’ll be transferred to hotel. In the afternoon a half day city tour for visiting Archaeological, glass and carpet museums. Overnight Tehran.

abianeh

Day 2 Abyaneh

Driving to Abyaneh the red rock village with a unique architecture. In the village you’ll have the chanche to visit the oldest structure there which is a fire temple. Overnight Abyaneh.

naqsh-e-jahan-square

Day 3 & 4 Isfahan

Driving to Isfahan in the morning.En route visiting the oldest structure in Isfahan which is also a fire temple dating back to before Sassanian period. Overnight Isfahan.

A complete tour of Isfahan starting with Naghsh e Jahan square, Ali qa pu,Imam and Sheikh lotf Allah mosques also Vankcathedral and ending the tour with Zayande river bridges. Overnight Isfahan.

amirchakhmaq-yazd

Day 5& 6 Yazd

Driving towards Yazd the sacred city of Zoroastrians and their main residence. Enroute visiting Zoroastrians places of worship in Chak Chak village near Ardakan. Overnight Yazd.

During a full day city tour you’ll visit Zoroastrian’s fire temple and towers of silence and also Amir Chakhmaq complex (mosque, caravansary and bath). Overnight Yazd.

ancient-bishapur

Day 7,8,9 & 10 Shiraz

Driving to Shiraz while exploring some attractions in the way. The 4000 years old evergreen cypress in Abarkoh which is one of the oldest creatures in the world. Some legends ascribe it to  Zoroaster. Another enroute attraction is Persepolis, Naghsh e Rostam with a cubic structure called Zoroaster templeNaghsh e Rajab and Pasargadea. This complex is a treasure of Zoroastrianism era. Overnight Shiraz.

After being free at leisure in the morning you’ll visit Zandieh complex and Naranjestan palace.

Excursion to ancient city of Bishapur visiting Anahita temple,ceremonial hall,Valerin castle and mosaic porch also Ardeshir Sassanian summer palace.Overnight Shiraz.

After visiting the poetic tombs of Saadi and Hafez as a nice ending you’ll be transferred to airport for your flight back.

Parsian Mehr

Duration : 6 Nights/7 Days

Itinarary: Shiraz-Isfahan-Kashan-Tehran

Day 01 /Shiraz Arriving in Shiraz airport Full day visiting Vakil Bazaar, Tomb of Hafez ,lunch at local restaurant after lunch visiting Nazir al molk mosque ,Eram Garden ,Ali Hamzeh holly shrine .

Day 02 /Shiraz Half day excursion to Pers e polis & Naqsh e Rustam , lunch at local restaurant , after lunch visiting Tomb of Saadi ,Narenjestan Garden.

Day 03 /Isfahan Driving to Isfahan (430 k.m.) enroute visiting Passargade.

Day 04 /IsfahanFull day visiting Naqshe jahan Squer complex (Isfahan Bazaar , Jame Mosque , Imam mosque & Sheikh Lotfolah mosque, lunch at local restaurant , after lunch visiting Aliqapoo palace , Chehel sotun. Over night

Day 05 / Full day visiting Fire temple , Shaking minarets , lunch at local restaurant ,after lunch visiting Vonk church & museum, at the evening walking along Zayande rood(river)to visit old bridges (Sio se pol& khajoo). Over night

Day 06 Kashan & Tehran Driving to Tehran (400 k.m.),visitingAbyaneh (Local village) & Kashan (Abbasion traditional house Fin complex& Sialk anciant mound ) en route. Over night at Laleh hotel

Day 07/Dِِِeparture Driving to Imam airport for departure.


Thousand&one night

 

 

Day 01 Tehran
Arrive to Tehran; Transfer to Hotel and overnight.
Day 02 Tehran -Shiraz
CSS of Tehran including,Archaeological Museum,Glass & Ceramic Museum and Carpet Museum.
Flight to Shiraz, transfer to Hotel. After dinner visit to the Mausoleum of Shah e Cheragh. Overnight
Day 03 Shiraz (Persepolis and Naqsh-e-Rostam)
H/D excursion to Persepolis and Naghsh e Rostam. Drive back to Shiraz.
Afternoon;  CSS  of  Shiraz including Eram Garden,  Tomb  of Hafez,Nasir ol Molk Mosque, Narenjestan Museum and Vakil Bazaar.
Day 04   Shiraz –Kerman
Drive to Kerman, en route visiting the Sassanian Palace in Sarvestan and Friday Mosque of Neyriz. Overnight.
Day 05  Kerman –Mahan–Kerman
Full  day  excursion  to Mahan, en  route  visiting  the mausoleum  of Shah nematollah Vali in Mahan.
Sightseeing tour of the ancient town of Rayen. On the way back to Kerman, pay a visit to
The Bagh e Shahzadeh(Prince Garden) near Mahan. Overnight.
Day 06  Kerman –Yazd
AM:  CSS  of  Kerman,  visiting Ganj Ali Khan complex,Friday Mosque of  Kerman  and  Jabalieh Dome.
PM: Drive to Yazd, en route visit to a 17thcentury Caravanserai. Overnight.
Day 7  YazdF/D sightseeing of Yazd, visiting Tower of Silence,friday Mosque of Yazd, sightseeing tour of an old district  of  Yazd,  Zoroastrainfire temple,  Dowlat-Abad Garden,Mir Chakhmagh squere  and  the Old Town bazzar. Overnight

Day 8  Yazd –Isfahan
Drive  to  Isfahan,  en  route  visiting Friday  Mosque  of Na’in and Friday Mosque  of  Ardestan. Overnight
Day 9 IsfahanF/D  sightseeing  of  Isfahan,  visiting Khajou and Sio se pol bridge,Vank Church,Chehel sotun palace,Friday Mosque of Isfahan, Ali’s minaret and mosque,Hasht behesht Palace.

Day 10 IsfahanF/D CSS of Isfahan, visiting Imam Mosque, Ali Qapu Palace,Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, the old town Bazaar,shaking minarets, ruins of a Sassanian Fire Temple. Overnight.

Day 11 Isfahan –TehranDrive to Tehran, en route visiting Friday Mosque of Natanz, CSS of Kashan including Agha Bozorg Mosque,House of Boroujerdies , and Fin Garden. Overnight.

Day 12 Tehran ……
Transfer to Tehran Int’l Airport. Flight back to your country

Experience Iran’s green nature ♣ 

 

 

 

 

Itinerary : Shiraz > Isfahan > Mashad > Sari > Ramsar > Masooleh > Tehran
Duration : 16 Days Spiritual Tour in Iran

Day 1Shiraz Arrival in Shiraz, transfer to hotel.

 

City tour of Shiraz to visit Eram Garden, Nasiro- Molk Mosque, Narenjestan Palace, tombs of poets Hafez and Saadi and Shah-e-Cheragh Shrine.

Day 2Shiraz

Full day city tour in Shiraz, Especially to visit Shah-e-Cheragh Shrine.

Day 3Shiraz

we will have an excursion to visit Persepolis (optional), visit other holy shrines in the city, and fly to Isfahan in the evening.

Day 4Isfahan

Full day city tour of Isfahan to visit Vank Cathedral, Sio-se-Pol and Khajou bridges, Chehel- Sotoun Palace, Friday Mosque and bazaar, overnight Isfahan.

 

Day 5Isfahan

City tour of Isfahan to visit Hasht-Behesht and A’li Qapu palaces, Sheikh Lotfollah and Imam Mosques, overnight Isfahan.

Day 6Isfahan

Free at leisure in Esfahan, and then fly to Mashad in the evening

Day 7Mashad

the holy shrine of Emam Reza, free at leisure.

Day 8Mashad

Full day tour to visit Torghabeh and Naderi museum.

Day 9Mashhad

Tour to visit Ghadamgah, mausoleum of Ferdosi the grate Iranian epic poet.

 

Day 10Mashhad

Half day free at leisure to visit the holy shrine and then fly to Tehran Sari the evening

Day 11Sari – Ramsar

Drive to Ramsar, En-route visiting Namak A’abrood and enjoy Cable Car ride then visit Pahlavi Palace Museum in Ramsar. O/N in Ramsar.

Day 12Ramsar

F/D Tour of Javaherdeh Village. O/N Ramsar

Day 13Masooleh

Drive to Masooleh , En route, visiting Tea Cultivation, Sheitan Kooh. O/N in Masooleh.

Day 14Masooleh

F/D tour to visit Masooleh Village, O/N in Masooleh in the hotel in the heart of the forest.

Day 15Tehran

Drive to Tehran via Alborz mountain.

Day 16Depart

Transfer to airport for home bound flight.

Tour Services

The above itinerary includes: accommodation for you & your travel tour guide, transportation (air-conditioned vehicle), transfers, food (breakfast) plus refreshments and bottled water (including your guide), guidance (plus oral translation where needed), entrance fees and tips for porters, waiters & guide Excluded.

Note: The nature of tours and travel in Iran demands flexibility. In other words, sometimes your travel tour guide changes part of the day’s sightseeing program because of an unexpected local event, national holiday, etc. Needless to say, your guide is responsible to let you know of the procedures beforehand.

In all cases, the top priority is not to miss any of the above sightseeing activities. If there is no choice, a substitution activity will be chosen by mutual agreement so that such omission can be compensated for you.

10 Day classic Tour

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 01:

ARRIVAL TEHRAN
Arrival in Tehran, meet and transfer to hotel and overnight (O/N) stay.

DAY 02:

TEHRAN-SHIRAZ
Full day visit to some of Tehran’s major museums, including Iran’s National Museum; the Abguineh (Glass & Ceramics) Museum and also visit the Carpet Museum (all above museums are closed on Mondays); in the evening transfer to airport for flight to Shiraz, as available, transfer to hotel

 

DAY 03:

SHIRAZ/EXCURSION TO PERSEPOLIS & NAGHSH-E-ROSTAM
Full day excursion to Persepolis, one of the most important sites of the Ancient World, the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid kings with remains of the palaces of Darius the Great, Xerxes and Artaxerxes, and its famous bas-reliefs, depicting kings and courtiers and gift-bearing representatives of tributary nations of the Persian Empire; also visit Naghsh-e-Rostam to see Ka’be-Zardosht (fire temple/sanctuary), and Royal Tombs (also Achaemenid); plus seven magnificent Sassanian rock-reliefs (including Shapur the First’s famous victory over Roman Emperor Valerian); and Naghsh-e-Rajab, a nearby grotto with more Sassanid reliefs, return to Shiraz; overnight stay at hotel.

 

DAY 04:

SHIRAZ
Full day city tour of Shiraz to visit some of the famous gardens of this city of “roses and nightingales”, including the Eram Garden, the tomb of Iran’s greatest lyric poet Hafez; the pink tiled 19th-century Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque, the Arg-e-Karim Khan (18th-century citadel), the Madrassa Khan (Theological School), the Qajar-period Narenjestan Garden/House, and the Vakil Bazaar of Shiraz, and also drive by the Holy Shrine of Shah-e-Cheragh (not open to non-Moslems and can only be seen from outside); overnight stay at hotel.

10-DAY TOUR OF IRAN
DAY 05:

SHIRAZ-YAZD
Drive to Yazd, en route visit Pasargadae, pre-dating Persepolis, site of the simple but imposing tomb of Cyrus the Great, the Founder of the Persian Empire, and remains of his several palaces, all located in the beautiful plain of Dasht-e-Morghab, continue to Yazd for overnight stay at hotel.

10-DAY TOUR OF IRAN
DAY 06:

YAZD-ISFAHAN
Morning visits in Yazd, the center for Iran’s small Zoroastrian community, who seeking refuge from the invading Arabs found a safe haven within its fortified walls; visits include active Zoroastrian Fire Temple, the fire of which has been burning for about 1500 years. Also visit the Friday Mosque (1324 A.D.) with the highest portal and minarets in Iran, with a walk through the old Fahadan quarter; drive to Isfahan via Na’in, a charming desert town, half way between Yazd and Isfahan, to visit the 10th century Friday Mosque, and the 17th century Pirnia House/Ethnographic Museum (closed on Mondays), with a walk through the old part of the town; continue to Isfahan for overnight stay at hotel.

10-DAY TOUR OF IRAN
DAY 07:

ISFAHAN
Full day tour of the beautiful city of Isfahan, the 17th century capital of the Safavids, referred to as Nesf-e-Jahan (Half of the World) in Safavid sources, to visit the famous bridges of Shahrestan, Khajou & Sio-se-pol, the Armenian Quarter with several churches, including the important Cathedral of Vank; in the afternoon visit one of the world’s grandest squares, the Maidan-e-Naghsh-e-Jahan, with several sites (the Ali-Qapu Palace with its enchanting music rooms and balcony overlooking the Maidan, from where the Safavid Kings watched polo games, and two of Islamic world’s greatest mosques – the Sheikh Lotfollah and the Shah – with magnificent architecture and tilework), finishing with a visit to the Qeisarieh Bazaar with hundreds of shops displaying the arts and handicrafts for which Isfahan is world-famous (bazaar is closed on Fridays); overnight stay at hotel.

10-DAY TOUR OF IRAN
DAY 08:

ISFAHAN
Another full day sightseeing of Isfahan to visit the magnificent Friday Mosque, with the famous Uljaitu Mihrab (Prayer Niche) of the Il-Khanid period. The Friday Mosque is considered a museum of a thousand year of Persian religious architecture and is truly one of the world’s greatest mosques. From here drive to the Chehel Sotun Palace, built by Shah Abbas II in the 17th century; its twenty wooden columns reflected in the surface of the pool give rise to its name ‘The Palace of Forty Columns’. Final stop of the day is at the Hasht Behesht pavilion built in 1670 by Shah Solayman and known as the Pavilion of Eight Paradises or the Palace of Nightingales. This small but intricate building is set amongst tree-lined alleys, a reflecting pool and water rills; overnight stay at hotel.

10-DAY TOUR OF IRAN
DAY 09:

ISFAHAN-TEHRAN
Morning drive to Tehran, en-route stop over at the charming town of Natanz to visit a beautiful Islamic Complex (Friday Mosque/Monastery/Tomb of Sheikh Abdol Samad Isfahani), on to Kashan to visit the historical garden of Fin which was first planted during the Safavid period and kept alive with water from the nearby Sulaimanieh Spring. This beautiful garden was expanded by the Zand and Qajar monarchs, with many open pavilions added. You will also visit a fine example of a 19th century merchant residence known as Taba-Tabai House with its beautiful stucco dome and inlaid mirror work, with some of the best examples of existing “badgirs” (wind-catchers); continue to Tehran and drive by the Mausoleum of Imam Khomeini, transfer to hotel for overnight stay.

10-DAY TOUR OF IRAN

DAY 10 :

DEPARTURE TEHRAN
Transfer to IKA airport for departure flight.

FAMOUS IRANIANS

 

 

 

The long history of Iran has witnessed many conquerors, wise rulers and statesmen, artists, poets, historians, and philosophers. In religion, there have been diverse figures. Zoroaster (Zarathushtra), who probably lived in the 6th century bc, founded the religion known as Zoroastrianism or Mazdaism, with Ahura-Mazda as the god of good. In the 3rd century ad, Mani attempted a fusion of the tenets of Mazdaism, Judaism, and Christianity. The Bab (Sayyid ‘Ali Muhammad of Shirāz, 1819–50) was the precursor of Baha’ism, founded by Baha’ Allah (Mirza Husayn ‘Ali Nuri, 1817–92).

Persian rulers of the pre-Christian era include Cyrus (“the Great”; Kurush, r.550–529 bc), Cambyses II (Kambuiya, r.529–522 bc), Darius I (“the Great”; Darayavaush, r.521–486 bc), Xerxes I (“the Great”; Khshayarsha, r.486–465 bc), and Artaxerxes I (Artakhshathra, r.464–424 bc). Shah ‘Abbas (r.1587–1628) expanded Persian territory and conquered Baghdād. Prominent political figures of modern times are Reza Shah Pahlavi (1877–1944), who reigned from 1925 to his abdication in 1941; and his son, Muhammad Reza Pahlavi (1919–80), who was shah from 1941 until his abdication in 1979. Until his death in 1989, Iran was under the leadership of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (1900–89). Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (b.1939) took over the position of Supreme Leader upon Khomeini’s death.

The great epic poet Firdawsi (Abdul Qasim Hassan ibn-i-Ishaq ibn-i Sharafshah, 940–1020), writing about ad 1000, produced the Shahnama (Book of Kings) dealing with four ancient dynasties and full of romantic and heroic tales that retain their popularity today. Omar Khayyam (d.1123?), astronomer and poet, is known in the Western world for his Rubáiyât, a collection of quatrains freely translated by Edward Fitzgerald. Important figures of the Seljuk period (11th and 12th centuries) include Muhammad bin Muhammad al-Ghazali (1058–1111), philosopher and mystic theologian, who exerted an enormous influence upon all later speculative thought in Islam; Farid ad-Din ‘Attar (Muhammad bin Ibrahim, 1119–1229?), one of the greatest of mystic poets; and Nizami (Nizam ad-Din Abu Muhammad, 1141–1202), noted for four romantic epic poems that were copied and recopied by hand and illuminated with splendid miniatures. In the 13th century, Jalal ad-Din Rumi (1207–73) compiled his celebrated long mystic poem, the Mathnavi, in rhyming couplets; and Sa’di (Muslih ud-Din, 1184?–1291), possibly the most renowned Iranian poet within or outside of Iran, composed his Gulistan (Rose Garden) and Bustan (Orchard). About a hundred years later, in 1389, another poet of Shirāz died, Hafiz (Shams ud-Din Muhammad); his collected works comprise nearly 700 poems, all of them ghazals or lyrical odes.

Poets of the modern period include Iraj Mirza (1880–1926), Mirzadeh Eshqi (d.1924), Parveen Ettasami (d.1941), and the poet laureate Behar (Malik ash-Shuara Bahar, d.1951). Preeminent among prose writers was Sadeq Hedayat (1903–51), author of the novel Buf i kur (The Blind Owl) and numerous other works, including films. Azar Nafisi (b.1955) is an Iranian-born professor and writer residing in the United States whose book Reading Lolita in Tehran gained international acclaim and was translated into 32 languages.

Miniature painting came to full flower in the second half of the 15th century. The greatest figure in this field was Bihzad, whose limited surviving work is highly prized. The School of Herāt was composed of his followers.

Abbas Kiarostami (b.1940) is an influential and controversial postrevolutionary filmmaker who is highly respected in the international film community.