Everyone deserves a little wanderlust!
Join us for a magical journey through the capitals of the ancient Achaemenid and Muslim Safavid Empires, and witness the development of Persian architecture throughout the millennia.
This adventure, will take you to see some of the sites registered by UNESCO for their outstanding cultural or natural importance to the common heritage of humanity as well as sites on the UNESCO Tentative list.
Day 1: You will arrive in Tehran well you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 3: We will fly to Qeshm, an island in Persian Gulf and south of Iran, in the morning. After hotel check-in, we will visit a Kharbas cave, valley of the Stars, Naz Islands, Evening visiting city and shopping centers.
Qeshm Island to Shiraz
Day 5: Ferry to Bandar Abbas (Bus waiting for us in Bandar Abbas) then transfer to Shiraz ) around 7-8 Hours traveling by bus.
Day 6: Shiraz still has more to offer! Spend your last day visiting the tomb of the master of verse Saadi or enjoy a cup of aromatic tea or rosewater scented ice-cream in Hafezieh while consulting Hafiz poems to see what the future may bring!
Discover the 18th century Vakil Royal District and the unique Eram Garden.
Shiraz to Yazd
Day 7: Head for Yazd early in the morning. On the road you can visit the first Persepolis and Achaemenid capital in Pasargadae and the tomb of Cyrus the Great, who created one of the first Human Rights Charters known to man after freeing the Jews in 537 BC from captivity in Babylon.
Explore the city of wind towers!
You can see 12th century Jame Mosque of Yazd, which was built on the ruins of a Sassanid fire temple and is reputed to have the tallest minarets in Iran.
See the Dowlatabad Wind Tower and Garden and the Amir Chakhmaq Historical Complex where you can try some of the delicious local pastries like Persian baklava and Qotab (deep-fried almond-filled pastry) and the Dakhme (tower of silence).
Yazd To Isfahan
You will leave for Isfahan.
Visit Bazaar-E Bozorg, Isfahan and Chehel Sotoun (40 columns) Pavilion.
There will be time to explore Jolfa, the Armenian Quarter of Isfahan, and take a tour of its old churches and cathedral. Walk through Jolfa’s maze of cobblestoned streets and the inviting cafes situated around its old churches where you can enjoy a delicious meal.
See the 11 bridges of Zayandeh Rood and don’t miss Si-o-se Pol and Khaju Bridge.
Finally, you will visit the Isfahan Menar Jonban and Aquarium.
On the road to Kashan
You will leave for Kashan.
Transfer to Abyane village Meeting people with traditional and colorful costumes, getting familiar with Abyaneh intact architecture, old houses and wooden doors then transfer to Kashan
Day 12: End your adventure in Kashan, which locals have dubbed Pearl of Iranian Deserts.
Visit the ancient Sialk Mound (Tepe Sialk) where man first used a form of mortar in construction and where cloth weaving, spooling and casting were invented.
Let the lush Fin Garden and its Qajar and Safavid baths please your eyes and the bride of all traditional Persian homes the Tabatabaei and Boroujerdi Houses create an unforgettable memory for you.
Have a traditional Persian lunch on the carpeted platforms of one of the many exotic restaurants in Kashan.
See workshops where the 2,000-year-old art of zari bafi (weaving with a gold thread) is still thriving.
You will leave for IKA Airport.
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Airport pickup and drop-off
Professional tour guide
Tour guide ( Polish and English )
All entry passes