4nights Gheshm 3nights Shiraz 2nights Isfahan 2nights Tehran
You’re invited to the biggest island in world’s third-largest gulf, the region where Asia, Europe, and Africa used to meet in ancient times. Although this strategic area is interwoven with energy resources and political complications, still join us to visit historical castles, geological phenomenon, Avicennia marina trees and benefit from local food and traditional souvenirs along with Persepolis columns and turquoise domes of Naqsh-e Jahan square.
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Today we head to discover the mysterious nature of this southern island of Iran. So we enter the first and only national geopark of Iran, then visit dhow workshops before enjoying the taste of local seafood. After lunchtime, we visit amazing Mangrove trees as well as
On our third day
Our first day in Shiraz is allocated to visit 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 Rustam relief, we head to Persepolis (60 km from Shiraz), the glorious monumental ruins of the ancient civilization of Persia with the total area of 125,000 square meters, then we return to the hotel while entering the city through Quran gate.
Excursions on the second day start with Karimkhan citadel and continue to Vakil historical complex with its bath, bazaar, and mosque. Enjoying our lunchtime at the heart of the city, then we go to Narenjestan-e Qavam garden and Nasir Al-Molk mosque. After visiting
Shiraz - Isfahan
Today we leave the hotel after breakfast to continue our way to one of the most beautiful cities in Iran, Isfahan (480 km). After having lunch on the way, we arrive in Isfahan in the afternoon while having enough time to spend the evening visiting two of city’s historic bridges, Siose Pol and Khaju to get a picture of people’s livelihood in the area.
We are going to spend an unforgettable day in Isfahan. Today we visit Naqsh-e Jahan square (The Image of the World it means) with four highlighted sites located around it: Imam mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Ali Qapu and Traditional Bazaar. After enjoying our lunchtime near one of the world’s largest squares, we head to Hasht Behesht and Chehel Sotoun palace.
Today we should leave the hotel to head to Capital of Iran, Tehran (450 km) in the afternoon. Before that still, there is enough time to keep visiting Isfahan by going to Vank church and Jame’ mosque of Isfahan, which is a stunning illustration of the evolution of mosque architecture over twelve centuries. Heading to Tehran, we leave Isfahan after lunchtime and get to country’s capital at night.
On the last day of our trip to understand the most about the history of the city, we visit some highlights such as Golestan palace complex, Iran National Museum, and Treasury of National Jewels which is known as the most dazzling collection of gemstones and jewelry known in the world. At night we enjoy our farewell dinner in a traditional restaurant.