Golestan Palace- Naqsh-e Jahan Square - Pasargadae Palace & Tomb of Cyrus the Great. - Persepolise - Naqsh-e Rostam -Yazd- Fin Garden - Dowlat abad garden
Carpet Museum - Azadi tower - Chehel Sotoun Palace- Abbasi Mosque - Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque - Aali Qapu Palace - Qeysariyeh Bazaar-
Khajou & “Sio-Se Pol” bridges (Zayandeh rood river)- Zoroastrian Fire Temple-
Nasir-ol Molk (Pink) Mosque-Vakil Mosque -traditional bazaar of Vakil – SarayMoshir-Shah Cheragh holy Shrine-Hafez mausoleum- Abyaneh historical village-
Tabatabaie traditinal house and Soltan amir ahmad traditional bathhouse- Abarkuh(ancient cypress)- Yazd Friday Mosque - Amir Chakhmaq Complex–Agha Bozorg mousque-Nature Bridge(Tabiat Bridge)-Milad tower-Tajrish square &Bazar-Tochal skyline-Maranjab Desert-Maharlou Lake
Note: The itinerary may change due to weather conditions, but we will experience the same patterns of landscapes and cities under any situation.
Iran is land of seasons
Iran is known as the land of four seasons .at the same time in different corners of the country it is simple to find remarkable natural contrasts. It is possible only with a few kilometers to see major changes of season – one side of the mountain is covered with snow and the other side is uncomfortably hot. There is different landscape between the northern provinces along the Caspian Sea and the dry provinces in central and southern provinces near from the Persian Gulf.
Different types of natural landscapes
There are many different & unique types of natural landscapes in different parts of Iran, such as mountain landscapes, coastal landscapes and riverine landscapes, hills, caves and valleys, historical landscape, And so many other Beautiful Natural Wonders.
Arrival (Imam Khomeini International Airport)
The mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini (Khomeini's tomb)
Milad Tower (the symbol of Tehran)
Tajrish Bazar, in Tajrish square
Arriving in Tehran in the morning. Nadiatrip’s tour director welcomes you at Imam Khomeini International Airport.
Then directly on the way we will visit The mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. The shrine is flanked by four 91m-high towers symbolizing Khomeini’s age when he died. The huge gold central dome is adorned with 72 tulips, Inside the vast main hall, covered with 12,000 carpets each 12 sq. meters, Khomeini's tomb itself is enclosed in a stainless steel zarih, a cage-like casing through which pilgrims pay their respects and no small number of bank notes. Men and women approach respectfully from different sides.
Construction of the complex, covering 20 sq km, began in 1989, but parts of it are yet to be completed. The plan is for the ceiling of the interior to be covered with tiny mirrors, as is the case with many other Shia shrines.) it is not possible to carry professional camera inside the shrine (only normal one with permission if you are lucky)
Then Aerial photography of the city from Milad tower is another activity of the first day. Milad Tower, is a multi-purpose tower in Tehran. It is the sixth-tallest tower .it is the new symbol of modern Tehran.it helps you to have total viewpoint about the whole city and its vast area.
Tajrish Bazar, in Tajrish square in the northern part of Tehran. it comes to classic Iranian shopping experiences, Tajrish bazar including food market, green groceries, different bakeries and tasting many Iranian pickles and variety of nuts (such as pistachio), dates and Iranian pastries, a few fresh Culinary Essentials and spices (such as saffron) and tea, unique to this part of the world. browsing the food stalls at this photogenic bazar in upmarket Tajrish pretty much nails it.
Tochal is very special and exclusive place to meet Iranian real life. There is very famous health road to move up the mountain and see the Tehran sky line at the top, chat with original Tehran’s people.
Tochal is the closest peak to Tehran which has always attracted many athletes, mountain-climbers, tourists, and even politicians. it is also one of the most famous ski resorts in both Iran and the entire Middle East with a history of having hosted a number of international snowboarding competitions.
) UNESCO WHS) Golestan Palace
Tehran old grand bazar
Tabi'at Bridge (nature bridge)
The second day we will visit (UNESCO WHS) Golestan Palace, the first royal building in the capital city Tehran.
Now we are exactly in central part of old Tehran, Tehran Grand Bazar is special place to visit real social life and shoot the heart of Tehran. (Old Tehran)
Next stop in city center is Carpet museum, which has some of the most beautiful and world famous fine Hand-weaved Persian Carpets.it is excellent to record the unique traditional Persian carpet pattern with beautiful stories (each carpet has it’s own story to tell you).
In the evening, it is time to visit and walking through Tabi'at Bridge (nature bridge) which is the largest pedestrian overpass Tehran. The 270-metre bridge connects two public parks.
Azadi Tower (the old symbol of Tehran)
traditional local food
O/N Maranjab caravanserai
Early in the morning departing for, maranjab Desert, On the way we will have a short photography stop in Azadi tower (Freedom tower) an amazing Combination of Desert, Nature, History. Maranjab desert is quite special and picturesque.
the feature that makes the sight awesome is the golden sand dunes that give the impression of flowing like water. Some of the dunes are as high as 240 feet. For this reason, some people have described the desert as an ocean of sand. Spend time and have lunch a traditional local food. Afterward, you can hike around desert, camel ride, Salt Lake, enjoy silence of desert.
desert with endless rolling sand dunes, walk up and down the dunes, taking photos and enjoying the sunset. Run Bare Foot and sit down to feel the pure Sand Dunes beneath your feet.
O/N Maranjab caravanserai
Madare Shah Carevansarai
sio sepol Bridge
Zayandeh rood river
Before the sunrise we go nearby, to see the sand hills and walk around for photography, enjoying the desert sunrise. Then we come back to have breakfast.
en route to Isfahan we will visit Abyaneh village. The historical village has special historical houses, which are constructed with peculiar reddish hue mud.
Near from Isfahan, we have a short stop to visit a” Madare Shah Carevansarai” backs to Safavid dynasty.
in the evening you will walk around Khaju Bridge and sio sepol Bridge (Zayandeh rood river).
(UNESCO WHS) Chehel-Sotun Persian Garden
(UNESCO WHS) Naghsh-e-Jahan Square
(UNESCO WHS) Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
(UNESCO WHS) Imam Mosque
(UNESCO WHS) Ali-Qapu palace
Isfahan Traditional Bazaar
We have a great day in Isfahan, the masterpiece of Islamic archeology, by visiting Chehel-Sotun Garden (UNESCO WHS). The architectural of the palace is a typical design of all Persian Gardens.
We are going to visit the (Naghsh-e-Jahan Square) (UNESCO WHS), to visit Imam Mosque, The beauty in design and awesome harmony.
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, every viewer can be absorbed by its dome color which is going to be changed from dawn to dusk.
The Ali-Qapu palace is the next site, which means “great gate”. it is very famous in naturalistic wall paintings.
Traditional Bazaar is the other important part of the main square.
Drive to Chaharmahal & Bakhtiari province
Enjoying the nature
O/N Chahar Mahal Bakhtiyari
departing from Isfahan for Chaharmahal & Bakhtiari Province for snowy landscapes there, enjoying the nature and spend the whole day taking winter shots.
O/N Chahar Mahal Bakhtiyari
Drive to Yasuj province
Enjoying unique nature and mountains
Driving to Yasuj beautiful city which is very famous for waterfalls and unique nature and mountains
Traditional Vakil Bazar
Tomb of Hafez (the world’s famous Iranian poet)
In the morning driving toward Shiraz, we will visit Vakil Mosque and traditional bazaar of Vakil and SarayMoshir.
Near from shiraz we will visit an exclusive and unique lake witch is known as pink lake , Maharloo lake is about 30 min from shiraz
Worth to see
In summer the lake usually dry out but that makes it much more unique and in winter or early spring it has water, the color of water changes due to amount of salt so you may see it blue, pink, white or even red
Perfect for both sunrise and sunset
In the evening in Shiraz you will visit the Tomb of Hafez, the world famous Iranian poet, whose masterpiece Divan inspired German poet Goethe to verify the “West-Eastern Divan” in 1814.
Pink Mosque (Nasir-ol Molk Mosque)
(UNESCO WHS) Persepolis (Takht-e Jamshid)
(UNESCO WHS) Necropolis (Naqsh-e Rostam)
Shah Chiragh (magnificent mausoleums)
Morning sightseeing in Shiraz starting with Pink (Nasir-ol Molk) Mosque, which is famous as Pink Mosque. Sunrays will paint the floor and the columns colors by passing through the colorful window glasses. with colorful ceramics & windows. One of the most elegant and most photographed pieces of architecture in Shiraz, the Pink Mosque was built at the end of the 19th century
Then We have an excursion to the impressive (UNESCO WHS) Takht-e Jamshid or as Greek historians Herodotus called it, “Persepolis “
Numerous palaces, gates, stairs with reliefs, halls, the treasury used to protect the Achaemenid Empire’s legendary treasures are to be visited.
then, you will visit Naqsh-e Rostam Necropolis, the rock reliefs and some tombs of the Achaemenid emperors.
The last visit will be “Shah Cheragh” magnificent mausoleums, with the dazzling mirror mosaics art.
(UNESCO WHS) Yazd city (capital of Zoroastrians)
(UNESCO WHS) Pasargad Palace & Tomb of Cyrus the Great
Ancient Cypress (about 4000 years old).
Morning departure for Yazd. En route visit to (UNESCO WHS) Pasargad Palace & Tomb of Cyrus the Great, where Cyrus the Great is resting for centuries.
Then, continuing the road to Abarkuh.
Famous for its Ancient Cypress (about 4000 years old).
And arriving in Yazd, the capital of Zoroastrians.
(UNESCO WHS) Yazd city (city of Wind Towers)
Zoroastrian Fire Temple
old town quarter(Fahadan)
Yazd Friday Mosque
Amir Chakhmaq Complex
Dowlat abad garden
Yazd is an ancient city on the coast of Iran’s Central Desert.
amazing local architecture & traditional air-conditioners called “Wind Tower”.
The altitude of the city gives you a pleasant weather .
Fist, Zoroastrian Fire Temple.
Afterwards, visiting the old town quarter(Fahadan) and some of its highlights including Yazd Friday Mosque with “the tallest mosque entrance gate” in Iran.
In the evening, we will visit Amir Chakhmaq Complex.
Then, Dowlat abad garden with the tallest wind tower.
(UNESCO WHS) Fin persian Garden
Tabatabaie traditinal house
Soltan amir ahmad traditional bathhouse
Agha Bozorg Mosque
Departure (Imam Khomeini International Airport)
Early in the morning departing for Kashan. Many travelers select Kashan on their journeys between YAZD &Tehran, but this delightful oasis city on the edge of the Dasht-e Kavir is one of Iran's most amazing destinations.
inside the city of Kashan, we will visit Fin Garden (UNESCO WHS), a nice example of Persian garden.
Then we will visit Tabatabaie traditinal house and Soltan amir ahmad traditional bathhouse. These traditional houses are excellent for photography, harmony with nature and mankind to make a masterpiece and desert adaptation all in traditional houses. Walls decoration with traditional patterns and carvings, the mirror decoration is unique and colorful stained glass works and the beautiful pools and heavenly gardens - elaborate Iran’s architectural exquisiteness and tradition.
Agha Bozorg Mousque in Kashan is our next site. The mosque has been described as "the finest Islamic complex in Kashan and one of the best of the mid-18th century". Very nice example for its symmetrical design.
Before midnight transfer to Imam Khomeini Airport for the flight back home with a full pack of memorable moments and nice pictures to share with your family and friends.
. Visa fee must be paid by the passengers to the consular section of Iranian embassy upon receiving their visa.
. The passengers must indicate the city in which they like to get their visa (where there is an Iranian embassy consular section) upon purchasing the tour.
. Any other service(s) not specified in “Services Included” section of this proposal.
. Hotels can be changed based on clients’ request or unavailability. Rates may change according to room categories/hotels changes.
. Above mentioned durations are based on Iranian calendar.
. Working days in Iran are Saturday – Wednesday. Thursdays are half day however many offices are closed on Thursdays.
. The National Jewelry Museum is open on Saturdays to Tuesdays, if the program in Tehran is not match the days; we will visit Reza Abbasi Museum instead.
• 2 months before the day of the tour no cancellation fee
• 1 month before the day of the tour 10 % cancellation fee
• 20 days before the day of the tour 30 % cancellation fee
• 1 week before the day of the tour 50 % cancellation fee
• 48 hours or no attendance in the tour no amount of the booking price will be refunded.