2nights Shiraz 2nights Isfahan 2nights Garmeh 2nights Yazd 2nights Zein-o-din Carvanserai 1nights Kerman 2nights Tehran
Marcopolo, Alfons Gabriel, and Sven Hedin might be the most famous characters ever passed through Iran deserts. In this tour, you perceive a fascinating and alluring atmosphere. You will visit not only the architecture, culture, and lifestyle of desert dwellers but also the natural wonders of Lout and Kavir deserts. You will encounter a picturesque scene, lit up by stars and formed by sands. You’re requested to travel light-headed and barefoot.
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This trip plan is related to the latest net that has been run, for different reasons, the travel schedule may change
Arrival in Shiraz
Our trip begins
Our second day in Shiraz is allocated to visiting Pasargadae (135 km from Shiraz), the remnants of first Persian Garden and tomb of the most popular King of ancient Iran, Cyrus the Great. After having lunch and visiting Naqsh-e Rostam relief, we will head to Persepolis (60 km from Shiraz), the glorious monumental ruins of the ancient civilization of Persia with a total area of 125,000 square meters. Then we return to the hotel, entering the city through Qoran Gate.
Today we leave the hotel after breakfast to continue our way to one of the most beautiful cities
We are going to spend an unforgettable day in Isfahan. Today we will visit Naqsh-e Jahan square (The Image of the World it means) with four highlighted sites located around it:
Isfahan - Garmeh
Since we should leave the hotel to head to the heart of the desert, a village named Garmeh(470 km) in the afternoon, still there is enough time to keep on visiting Isfahan by going to Vank Church and Jame’ mosque of Isfahan. By leaving the city after lunch time, we arrive at Garmeh at night, getting ready for tomorrow’s surprises.
Today is our only day in the city of mud-brick architecture. To take the most out of it we will visit city’s Jame’ Mosque with its magnificent tiled entrance, and then enjoy walking in one of oldest towns on earth, feeling the rich history of Yazd’s old city. After lunchtime, we head to Dolat Abad Garden which has Iran’s loftiest wind catcher, with over 33 meters height. We finish today visits by going to the stunning three-story facade, Amirchakhmaq Complex.