Iran is a country with full four-season around the year. You may go skiing in the north part of the country in the morning and later go swimming in warm water of the Persian Gulf in the south part of Iran on the same day.
We are here to make your trip as enjoyable as possible. If you are looking for an economic tour or a luxury one to visit Iran, we would be happy to help you with that. You just need to tell us what are your interests, where you would like to go, and for how long. The rest is our job!
We have a multilingual team with people who can speak in English, French, Spanish, German, Turkish, and Russian.
Please select one of the tour packages below and then fill out the form or email us via firstname.lastname@example.org to ask for a customized Iran tour package.
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Iran is the country of A Thousand and One Nights stories. In this tour, you will experience the oriental atmosphere of these alluring stories. Along with country’s capital, you will visit the Golden Triangle of Iran: Isfahan with turquoise domes, Yazd with ochre labyrinthine walls of its old town and Shiraz with gardens and citadels. Join us to flip through Iran’s book of A Thousand and One Attractions.
Experience Iran in a two-week-trip by visiting Iran previous and today capitals. Join us on a trip from Alborz Mountains to Lout desert and from archeological ancient hills to historical museums. In this trip, you will perceive the taste of this country by visiting contemporary or twenty five-century-old monuments. Persian gardens, Persian bazaars, and Persian houses are all just part of the scenes, which are awaiting your visit.
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.
Your journey starts from an Iran’s southwestern wetland and finishes in a southeastern one. Half of it accompanied by the Persian Gulf and the rest of sea of Oman. You are going to find out about three special economic zones of Iran, be hosted by local seafood and visit Dhow boat workshops. You will step through historic castles, feeling the architecture of different southern villages,
It takes more than it seems to get the picture of Iran and this trip organized for those who have just started discovering Iran. Through this trip, you will perceive country's ancient time in Shiraz, history of four centuries ago in Isfahan and today's perspective in Tehran. These three capitals from ancient times to present, give you a vast comprehension of Iran. You are invited to get a taste of Persian Empire and the new modern Iran in a one-week trip with us.
Don’t miss the opportunity to meet varied ethnic groups of nomads with their specific lifestyles, dialects, and costumes in one political entity. Emigration and ranching have always been part of Iranian lifestyle from olden times. We put your hands in nomads’ for you to find out the meaning of kinship and tribe. You’ll also spend some days in Iran’s outstanding cities to relax. In this trip, you face all three social lifestyles in Iran: Nomadic, Rural, and Urban.
For sure when planning to travel to Iran, you ask yourself many questions. Such as, how deep do you need to know the new surroundings? Are you interested in the hidden stories of the city? Do you want to discover the best local places there is?...
The Persian language is one of the most important and key elements of Iranian identity. The language is considered as Iran’s official and national language. Since a long time ago, the Persian Language has been very influential in other countries such as India and former Ottoman emperors....
Many people enjoy trying traditional dishes, or local foods when traveling to a new destination. If you are among this group, Iran will be an amazing choice for your next vacation....
If you are planning to travel to Iran, you have probably made a decision about your destination cities, booked your flights, made a hotel reservation, and so on. Now it is time to ask yourself some questions about Iranian Currency and money exchange in Iran....
Iran is one of the oldest civilizations in the world, therefore you can find a number of historical monuments, local bazaars, and amazing sites in the country. As a result, there is more than you expect to see and experience in Iran.
Whether you enjoy walking through the old districts of the town, or spend a few hours in an authentic café, or even passionate about spending a few days with nomads, Iran offers all.
What you may hear in international media about Iran is: Iran is not safe. Honestly, it is not true.
According to the results of two recent international reports on the level of safety in Iran, Iran is one of the safest countries in the world.
“Hijab”. It is an Islamic dress-code which should be obeyed by both men and women in Iran. Women have to cover their hair and head according to that. They are also expected to wear loose clothing and cover all their body except for their hands, face, and feet.
Wearing shorts by Men is not acceptable in the public. All tourists are subject to these customs.
As a result, international credit cards such as Master Cards or Visa Cards are useless in Iran and tourists to have no other choice rather than carrying cash with them all around the country.
However, the National Bank of Iran has taken a helpful step to resolve this problem by providing a Tourist Card to help tourists enjoy a safer and easier journey in Iran.
The official currency in Iran is called Rial (code IRR). However, when talking about prices in Iran you may hear “Toman” which is equal to ten Rials.
The majority of the population speaks the Persian (Farsi) language, which is also the official language of the country.
American and UK citizens need tour and full-time tour guide to accompany them from their arrival in Iran till their departure.