9 Days
8 Nights
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The Destination

Shiraz- Yazd- Isfahan- Tehran.

The most amazing perspectives of Iran history would be seen through walking among monuments of Persepolis the Achaemenid style of architecture in Shiraz, Naghshe-jahan square as the home to finest jewels of the Safavid empire in Esfahan, desert city and mud brick city of Yazd known by its most wonderful Badgir (windcatcher) and numerous historical attractions, ornate rooms and marble thrones as seat of powers of Qajari dynasty.


  • Visiting UNESCO world heritage site Golestan Palace. 
  • Enjoy visiting tombs o the most famous Persian poets Sa'adi & Hafez.
  • Visit Yazd Fire Temple, the place for Zoroastrians worship. 
  • Enjoying Abbasi Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah, Ali Qapu Palace and grand Bazaar in Esfahan.
  • StartShiraz, Fars
  • AgeUnlimited
  • FinishTehran, Tehran
  • Group sizeUnlimited
  • Code100109



  • Enjoy visiting tombs o the most famous Persian poets Sa'adi & Hafez.
  • Gain insight into Holy shrine of Shahcheragh. 
  • Surprised by the relics of Naghsh e Rostam. 
  • Visit UNESCO world heritage site; Perspolis. 
  • Admired by Nasir-ul-mulk mosque, known as pink mosque.
  • Zandiyeh relics in Arg-e Karim Khan castle.
  • The most amazing Iranian handicraft in Vakil complex. 
  • Narenjestan, known as Ghavam garden refering to Qajar era.
  • Enjoy Eram historical Persian garden.
  • Achaemnid and Sassanid periods relics in Nahgshe Rajab.
  • Enjoy Pasargadea, the capital of the Achaemenid Empire under Cyrus the Great.
  • Amused by Tower of Silence built by Zoroastrians for excarnation.
  • Visit Yazd Fire Temple, the place for Zoroastrians worship. 
  • Amir Chaqmaq complex known for its symmetrical sunken alcoves.
  • Surprised by different ways of water using in Yazd Water Museum.
  • Jame mosque fine specimen of Azari style of Persian architecture.
  • Dowlatabad Garden with its natural air conditioning.
  • Meybod - ziloo, premier Zilou-producing center.
  • Visiting Mud-brick,Shahabbasi caravanserai,Naein Stop & Jame Mosque.
  • Walking on the most beautiful rivers on Zayandeh-rud; Khaju Bridge & Si-o-seh pol.
  • Visiting Iran the most famous UNESCO world heritage site; Naqsh e Jahan square.
  • Enjoying Abbasi Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah, Ali Qapu Palace.
  • Amused by distinctive architecture style in Chehelsotoun Palace. 
  • Visiting Iran red village and the local lifestyl in Abyaneh. 
  • Visiting Tabatabaei & Borujerdi House.
  • Visiting a large ancient archeological site in a suburb of the city of Kashan, Sialk hills. 
  • Enjoying Persian historical Fin garden and its National Museum. 
  • Visiting UNESCO world heritage site Golestan Palace. 



  • Day 1 - Shiraz 

    Arrival in Shiraz. Meet and greet at the Shiraz International Airport. Transfer to the hotel and check-in. Rest in the hotel. Afternoon visiting tombs of Sa’di and Hafez and the holy shrine of Shahcheragh from outside. Overnight in Shiraz.

  • Day 2 - Shiraz 

    Full day city tour to exploit Shiraz including Nasir al-Mulk Mosque, Arg-e Karim Khan Zand ,Vakil Bazaar, Vakil Mosque, Naranjestan-e-Ghavam, Eram Garden. Overnight in Shiraz

  • Day 3 - Yazd 

    Morning  drive to Yazd. En route visiting Persepolis, Naqsh-e Rostam ,Naqsh-e Rajab and Pasargadae. Overnight in Yazd.

  • Day 4 - Yazd 

    Full day city tour of Yazd includingTowers of Silence, Fire Temple, Amir Chaqmaq Complex, Water Museum, Jame Mosque and Dawlatabad Garden Overnight in Yazd.

  • Day 5 - Isfahan 

    Morning drive to Isfahan.En route visiting Meybod-Ziloo , mud-brick citadel and shahabbasi caravanserai and in Nain stop at visiting Jame Mosque .Check in at the hotel in Isfahan. City tour of Isfahan Exploring Naqsh-e-Jahan Square and its parameters including Abbasi (Imam) Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Ali Qapu Palace, ChehelSutun Palace, and Bazaar. Overnight in Isfahan.

  • Day 6 - Isfahan

     Full city tour of Isfahan visiting Vank Cathedral in Armenian Quarter, the Jame Mosque of Isfahan and,Khaju Bridge, and Si-o Se Pol. Overnight in Isfahan.

  • Day 7 - Tehran

    Morning drive to Tehran en route visiting Kashan. In Kashan visiting Tabatabai House, Borujerdi House, Sialk hills and Fin Garden. Drive to Tehran and check-in at the hotel. Overnight in Tehran.

  • Day 8 - Tehran

     Full day city tour of Tehran including, the Archeological Section of the National Museum, Golestan Palace and Jewelry museum . Overnight in Tehran.

  • Day 9 - Tehran

     Check-out from the hotel. Visiting Carpet museum( IF TIME PERMITS.Transfer to the airport. En route taking photo out side  the Imam Khomeini Holy shrine. Return flight home.



·         All the Cultural World Heritages sites mentioned are included; Such as Golestan Palace, Masjed-e Jāmé of Isfahan, Meidan Emam Esfahan, Pasargadae and Persepolis. You will also visit old town Yazd and other fascinating cultural and historical places.

·         You will enjoy wonderful taste of Iranian cuisine.

·         Based on your request the itinerary would be shortened or extended.

·         Visa application process.

·         Accommodation as per tour package, land transportation across Iran (Also transfer to/from airport) and all the entrance fees.

·         A professional tour guide to your preferred language.

·         Breakfast included. 

Important notes

  • Shiraz used to be the capital city of Iran During Safavian, Buyids, and Zandieh dynasties. This wonderful city is known as a lively and artistic city, the city of poetry, art, wine and flowers. 
  • With its winding lanes, forest of badgirs, mud-brick old town and excellent range of accommodation options, Yazd is one of the highlights of any trip to Iran.Yazd has been known for its silks and other fabrics since before Marco Polo passed through. It is also home to Iran’s second-largest population of Zoroastrians.
  • Isfahan is Iran’s number-one tourist destination for good reason. Its profusion of tree-lined boulevards, Persian gardens and important Islamic buildings gives it a visual appeal unmatched by any other Iranian city, and the many artisans working here underpin its reputation as a living museum of traditional culture. 
  • Kashan is a small enough town to walk to most of the main sites, and you can get pleasantly lost walking through beautiful laneways (and if you're lucky, onto Kashan's famous rooftops). It is well-known because of its beautiful Persian rugs, historical houses, rose gardens.

Trip notes

  1. Iran is a magnificent, mysterious country with a rich history and culture. Go to Iran with an open mind and heart. Also it is a big country and this trip covers a lot in two weeks, so be prepared for some long travel days with lots of opportunity to take in the great landscapes.
  2. Iran is on peak season in March to May and September to October. So plan your Iran trip on the right time.
  3. Having a professional tour guide who is in your perfect language would help you to find this miserable land so different than you had ever thought.
  4. For men, the dress code is simple – jeans or trousers and any kind of top. Footwear can be whatever you like – open shoes such as sandals are perfectly acceptable. For women, relatively loose fitting tops that cover your arms and come down to your mid-thigh or knees is what’s required. You’ll see women wearing the mantou – a sort of fitted coat, bright shoes and head scarves that only cover the back half of the head. Look around to see what the local women are wearing and dress accordingly.
  5. ATMs are widely available in all the towns and cities throughout Iran. Credit and debit cards are the best way to access money throughout most trips (note though that charges are made for each transaction). Use Iranian Rials when you are wandering out and shopping or eating. Iran also has another unit of currency which is Toman (a sub unit), 1 Toman is equivalent to 10 Rials. Iranians often use Tomans. Frequently, people say just  "5,000"  Toman instead of saying 50,000 Rials. It is quite confusing and you might feel you are cheated but don't worry, eventually you will get used to it. Even common, major credit cards like Visa and MasterCard are not accepted in Iran, so bring cash. It is easily possible to get a type of Iranian debit card (prepaid)  which can be used all around the country. You can ask your tour agent or your host to get you one. Almost all banks issue these cards in different amounts and against payment. What type of cash is acceptable? It is not important; USA dollars; Euro; GBP are all accepted in Iran . You should change your money in a money exchange shop and they are all over Iran so you will have no problem finding one.
  6. Alcohol is strictly forbidden in Iran and severe penalties will be incurred by anyone attempting to bring it into the country. Drug laws are also extremely strict and travellers face lengthy jail terms if caught. If found, pork products, obscene material (even glossy magazines showing people in immodest poses), and controversial literature will all be confiscated by custom officials.
  7. Persian handicrafts are still considered among the most valuable in the world, the most famous one is Persian Carpet because of the considerable skill of the Iranian weavers. You can find the most beautiful particular samples in Tabriz, Kashan and Mashad. Don’t miss visiting Carpet markets (Bazar-e Farsh).
  8. Internet is commonly used in Iran . You can bring your laptop to Iran and use some hotel`s Wifi Internet connection . There are WiFi Internet available in some cafe shops and restaurants . You can go to Internet cafes which are available all around the cities and big shopping malls and use their ADSL high speed internet.


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