On your early morning arrival at Tehran airport, you will be met by our representative carrying our logo (SinarGasht).
Tehran, with a population of about 16 million was the settlement of the last two dynasties, Qajar and Pahlavi, that ruled the country for almost 200 years. It is the home to many monuments of historical and cultural interests, as well as key government buildings of modern times.
Early morning arrival, Transfer to the hotel where you can rest for a few hours.
Morning: Visiting National Museum.
Afternoon: National Jewels Museum, and Carpet Museum.
Overnight hotel in Tehran.
Kerman is the largest and most developed city in Kerman Province and the most important city in the southeast of Iran.
After lunch and a short rest, you will head to the famous and traditional Bazaar which dates back to 17th and 19th. You can visit a Traditional Bath House which is converted to a nice anthropology museum, coin museum, caravanserai, and a wonderful mosque.
The Tour starts by driving to Rayen to visit The Sassanian citadel which is an adobe castle 100 Kilometers south of Kerman province, Iran. It is situated at the foot of the mountain Hezar. The medieval mud-brick city of Rayen is similar to Arg-e Bam which was ruined in an earthquake in December 2003. Rayen displays all the architectural elements of a deserted citadel. It is extremely well preserved, despite of numerous natural disasters that have destroyed similar structures nearby, and it is one of the most interesting sites in Iran. Afterward, we will drive to Mahan to visit the Prince garden in the heart of Desert which dates back to the Qajar Dynasty. After having lunch we will head to the Lout Desert.
Morning: Transfer to Lout, trekking and overnight in the desert (Ecolodge). There are enough rooms there for the groups.
The Zein-o-Din Caravanserai is located in Yazd province, Iran. The caravanserai dates back to the 16th century and is situated on the ancient Silk Road. It is one of 999 such inns that were built during the reign of Shah Abbas I to provide facilities to travelers. Of these, Zeinodin is a round shape caravanserai which is a kind of rare one. The majority of them are square-shaped. we will arrive around sunset which is a great opportunity to see the sunset and right after, the sparkling stars. That would be definitely a different experience.
A Qanāt is a gently sloping underground channel with a series of vertical access shafts, used to transport water from an aquifer which runs from under a hill to the city. Qanāts create a reliable supply of water for human settlements and irrigation in hot, arid, and semi-arid climates.
The qanat technology is known to have been developed in Iran by the Persian people sometime in the early 1st millennium BC and spread from there slowly westward and eastward.
Morning: Drive to Yazd via Mehriz. Visiting Qanat systems in Mehriz.
Afternoon: Visiting Tower of silence and then, Zoroastrian fire temple.
Taking a stroll through the city, visiting Jame’ Mosque, Alexander Prison, Twelve-Imam Tomb, Amir Chakhmaq square and then, the old town; It would be interesting to see the mud town and the numerous wind catchers from the top of one of the tea houses in the old district.
Persepolis, founded by Darius I in 518 B.C.
The historical importance and quality of the monumental ruins make it a unique archaeological(world heritage) site. It seems that Darius planned this impressive complex of palaces not only as of the seat of government but also, and primarily, as a showplace and a spectacular center for the receptions and festivals of the Achaemenid kings and their empire, such as for the celebration of Nawruz. (New Year, March 21st)
Afterward, will be Naqsh-e-Rostam. Opposite the mountain of Rahmat, Ten-minutes drive to the north. Here proudly stands the Naqsh-e-Rostam, the magnificent burial place of Achaemenid kings. This is also the site of seven bass-reliefs dating back to the Elamite and Sassanid periods.
Shiraz, was at the center of Persian culture for more than 2,000 years. The other word, the heartland of Persian culture. Shiraz is well famous as the city of roses, nightingales, gardens, and poetry.
The morning tour starts by visiting Karim Khan palace, Vakil mosque, Vakil Bazaar and Saray-e-Moshir with its splendid architecture and interesting ethnic souvenir shops, and the Nasir Almolk mosque. Afterward, you will stop for a mouth-watering Iranian lunch at one of the traditional restaurants of Shiraz.
This is the city of famous poets such as Hafez and Sa’adi as well as historical sites from different eras stretching back 6,000 years ago.
Is one of Persia’s greatest poets who has impressed the world with his poetic mastery. Most importantly, in his ghazals, he deals with love. In another word, he is the voice of love.
He is a poet, philosopher, and mystic. In 13 Century Sa’adi collects all his experiences from his travels to different countries and cities in verse and rhyme prose in two books, Boustan and Golestan. These two books inform and inspire the reader.
you will stop in Pasargadae to visit the most important monuments there on the way to Isfahan. The tomb of Cyrus the Great, the founder of the Achaemenid dynasty, (550 BC) is the oldest historical tomb.
the legendary city which never fails to enchant its visitors. It is the pearl of traditional Islamic archaeology which prides itself on having fascinating historical garden palaces. Your evening tour includes historical Bridges like Khajoo and Si-o-se-pol.
Isfahan’s Jame’ mosque displays several centuries.
Afterward, we will visit Vank Church which is one of the most beautiful Armenian churches in the world due to its art and architecture. so, it certainly, captures the attention of every visitor. Our day will continue with a visit to Monar Jomban, the tomb of a Sufi with its shaking minarets and then, some historical bridges. The evening is free at leisure.
On the way to Kashan, we will visit the UNESCO recognized village of Abyaneh, which is located at the foot of Mount Karkas and in the vicinity of desert.
Afterward, drive to Kashan, and visit Tabatabaiha and Borojerdiha historical houses.
Staying overnight in Kashan.
Drive to Imam Khomeini International Airport. Departure(230km)
no 18, 1st floor, Hadi shopping center, Serah Bargh, Ghasro-Dasht Ave, Shiraz. Iran