Iran Encompassed

Iran Encompassed
  • Tour Name: Iran Encompassed
  • Duration: 15
  • From: On Request
  • this the chance to explore the ancient cities and sites of western Iran
  • discovering the spectacular tombs and gardens of Persia

There is a chance to discover the most amazing parts of Iran as you are living your best life with us! It lasts 15 days to visit the most ancient parts of Iran and touch the real Iranian culture, to be melted in the magnificent Bazars and gardens, to get lost in the flowers on the carpets and to be drowned in the ocean of peace in the desert. The tour consists of standard accommodation, a professional guide, breakfast and some other services. We start in Tehran and finish the tour again in Tehran! the famous cities are Shiraz, Yazd, Kerman.

Tour Map

Day 1:

Home Country to Tehran: Check-in to your hotel and the afternoon is yours to explore the city. Then we have just Golestan museum (UNESCO World Heritage) to offer now.

Day 2:

Tehran–Hamadan: today a morning of sightseeing in Tehran is followed by an afternoon drive to Hamadan. In Tehran we have Iran national museum and Azadi tower in our plan. then we rive toHamadan to visit Ganj nameh rock relief and Hegmatana archaeological site.

Day 3:

Kermanshah: Explore the sights of Hamadan before we depart in the mid- afternoon to Kermanshah. on the third day we have Mausoleum of Ester & Mordecai, Avicenna & Baba Taher Mausoleums, Kangevar Anahita Temple and Bisotun(UNESCO World Heritage) to visit.

 

Day 4:

Khorramabad: Visit Taqe Bustan in Kermanshah, in the mid- afternoon we go to Khorramabad. Toady is the day that we are going to visit Taq-e Bustan reliefs (UNESCO World Heritage) and Falak-ol-Aflak Sasanid fortress (UNESCO World Heritage) in two different cities.

 

Day 5:

Ahvaz: Our base in Ahvaz gives us the chance to explore the ancient cities and sites of western Iran. Shush (Susa) (UNESCO World Heritage), Chogha Zanbil Ziggurat (UNESCO World Heritage), Haft Tappe archaological site and Shushtar Roman water mill system (UNESCO World Heritage) are in our plan of sightseeing today.

Day 6:

Shiraz: A long drive via Bishapur and Tangeh Chogan bring us to the famous city of Shiraz. Both these two sites are in UNESCO World Heritage list.

 

Day 7:

Persepolis & Shiraz: We will spend the day discovering the spectacular site of Persepolis and surrounding rock tombs. So we are going to see Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque, Qavam House & Naranjestan Garden, Persepolis (UNESCO World Heritage) and Rock tombs Naqsh-e Rostam (UNESCO World Heritage).

Day 8:

Shiraz is known for its splendid gardens, exquisite mosques and famous poets.  we explore the sites of this famous city. today we have Tombs of Hafez and Sa`adi, Eram Garden (UNESCO World Heritage), Vakil Mosque & Bazaar to visit and then a peaceful free time that we could spend it in Bazar and shop some adorable handcrafts.

Day 9:

Shiraz–Kerman: A long drive via Sirjan and Sarvestan brings us to the famous city of Kerman. on the road to Sirjan we visit Friday mosque in Neyriz, Bakhtegan Lake and Sarvestan desert castle.

Day 10:

Kerman–Mahan–Rayen: Here we can see a beautiful garden near the desert and then we are off to Rayen. After that we visit Shazdeh garden (UNESCO World Heritage), Tomb of Sufi Shah Nimatullah Vali, Rayen adobe brick fortress and Ganj Ali Khan historical bazaar complex.

Day 11:

Yazd: After a short sightseeing in Kerman we head to Yazd on the road we visit a House in Rafsanjan city then a Mosque in Ardestan city. Haj Agha Ali house in Rafsanjan, Friday Mosque of Ardestan and Caravanserai Zein-o-Din are our sightseeing items for this day.

 

Day 12:

Yazd: After leaving Yazd for Isfahan which is one of the finest cities in the Islamic world. After checking into our hotel we can visit its famous bridges at sunset. Zoroastrian Fire temple, Towers of Silence burial grounds, Amir Chaqmaq complex, Friday mosque (UNESCO World Heritage) and Free time to discover the old city quarters of Yazd (UNESCO World Heritage) are the plan of 12th day of the tour.

Day 13:

This day includes Na'in–Isfahan so we have Caravanserai Complex of Meybod, Na'in Friday mosque and Zayandeh river bridges (Si-o-se & Khaju Bridge)(UNESCO World Heritage) to visit.

Day 14:

Abyaneh–Kashan: In the morning we stop at the culturally rich town of Natanz on the way to the ancient city of Abyaneh. Then we head to 6000-year-old Kashan. Armenian quarter Jolfa with Vank Cathedral in Esfahan, Abyaneh historic mud brick village, Fin garden (UNESCO Site) and Borujedi house are what we see in this day.

Day 15:

on the last day we are in Tehran and depart after breakfast at any time.

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Accommodation

Hotel and ecolodge

Transportation

Coach / Bus, Mini-coach

Places You’ll See

What is included?

Private airport transfer (ARR. & DEP.)
8 Nights Standard Hotel accommodation
Full-time Dedicated Vehicle for all transports
All mentioned sightseeing
Full-time Experienced Local guide
Visa support & reference code
Meals (B/B )

What is not included?

Tips & Portages
International airfare
Personal insurance
Visa stamp fee
Meeting With people Price

Frequently asked questions

Do I need visa?

Yes, here you can find everything you need to know about visa.
http://www.cometopersia.com/visa-information/

Can I buy SIM card?

Yes, you can buy an MTN Irancell SIM card in all the cities in Iran and use its 4G internet and calling services easily.

Do you offer personal insurance?

No, we do not offer personal insurance.

Do you offer travel insurance?

Yes, our company, as one the most professional tour operators in Iran, offers almost all services related to traveling include travel insurance to the our customers.

How can I exchange my money?

You can change it at airports and currency exchange shops.

Is there safe in Iran?

Iran is one of the safest countries in the Middle East with the most hospitable people. According to telegraph.co.uk Iran safety rate is 5.7 which demonstrates that Iran is even safer than countries like Poland, Russia etc. …
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/maps-and-graphics/safest-countries-in-the-world/