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12 days and 11 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

8 people


Chinese, English, Espanol, Francais

About this tour

Tour At Glance




12 days 11 Nights

Group Size

Minimum 2 Participants

Transport Style

car/ van

Physical rating

2 of 5


12 breakfasts





Destinations | Main Attraction
  1. Tehran (2 Nights): Golestan Palace, National Museum of Iran, Tehran Grand Bazaar
  2. Kashan (1 Night): Tabatabaii  and Broujerdi Historical House, Aqa Bozorg Mosque, Fin Garden,  Sultan Amir Ahmad Bath
  3.  Isfahan (2 Nights):Naqsh-e-Jahan Square, Shah MQ, Ali-qapu palace, Jame Mosque of Isfahan, Chehelsotun Palace, Isfahan traditional bazaar, Vank Cathedral, Khaju Bridge and the 33 Arches Bridge
  4. Khour (1 Night): golden desert of Mesr, Garmeh, Salt Lake
  5. Yazd (2 Nights): Fahadan, Amir Chakhmaq, Jame Mosque of Yazd, Zoroastrian Fire Temple, Tower of Silence
  6.  Shiraz (2 Nights): Pasargadae, Persepolis, Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque, Vakil Complex, Karimkhan Complex, Eram Graden
  7.  Firooz Abad (1 Night): Nomad life


On this tour, You’ll have a super complete package of all must-see and must-do things in Persia! You’ll visit the most important cultural sights, you’ll venture to the golden deserts of this land, you’ll soak in a local’s life and you’ll experience cooking your own Persian meal!


  • Best of Persia's cultural sights
  • Golden deserts of Persia
  • Nomad stay
  • Persian culinary lessons
  • Persian hospitality
  • Middle-Eastern vibes
  • Persian art and architecture


  • Iranian visa application and reference for VOA, skip the line at the airport.
  • Accommodation in top 3 and 4-star hotels
  • All transportations
  • Private air-conditioned vehicles with experienced, dedicated drivers.
  • The essential traveler’s package (Travel Insurance, Sim Card, Bank Card)
  • Admission fees to museums and monuments.
  • Mid-day refreshment
  • One complimentary meal
  • Meet and greet at the airport and private transfer to your hotel.
  • Domestic flight
  • English, French, German, Russian or Spanish speaking guide.
  • Support team available 24/7
  • International Flights.
  • Visa on arrival (price varies on nationality).
  • Lunches and dinners.
  • International travel insurance.
  • Drinks, personal expenses.
  • All that’s not mentioned as included.
  • Tips for guide, driver
  • Personal expenses


<span>Day 1 Arrival Tehran</span>

As soon as you arrive, we’ll meet you at the airport with all the packages you’ve purchases before (sim card, Iranian card, etc…) and you’ll be taken to your hotel where you can get some rest. Sightseeing on day 1 is optional based on the time you arrive.

<span> Day 2 Tehran </span>

In the morning, we’ll set out for sightseeing in Tehran. We’ll be visiting Golestan Palace, this amazing UNESCO World Heritage and the National Museum in Tehran which identifies Iran. We’ll be visiting Saad Abad Place and the lovely Bazaar of Tajrish with the purest Persian stuff over there as well!

<span> Day 3 Tehran > Kashan </span>

In the morning, we head to Kashan and visit the amazing ancient architecture over there. We’ll be visiting Borujerdi and Tabatabayi House. The historical house of the Tabatabayi is considered as the bride of the historical houses of Iran.Then we will visit Fin Garden and Teppe Sialk. The ancient site of Sialk, or better to say, Sialk hill, is actually the ruins of a ziggurat belonging to ancient Iran, which was once used as a place of worship for the people of ancient Iran, and was made of pottery and clay.

<span> Day 4 Kashan > Isfahan </span>

In the morning, we’ll drive from Kashan to Isfahan. After getting some rest we will do some sightseeing. We’ll visit the Armenians neighborhood, Jolfa. Jolfa neighborhood is one of the best sightseeing places in Isfahan, which is located between Jolfa Hotel, Jolfa Square and Vank Church, and is considered one of the busiest neighborhoods in Isfahan. This neighborhood is where the Armenians of Isfahan live. later we take a walk by the river and see the historical bridges of Isfahan. O/N Isfahan

<span> Day 5 Isfahan </span>

Today, we’ll be exploring one of Iran’s most amazing cities. We start our journey from the miraculous Naqsh-e-Jahan Square and head to all historical monuments. Aali-Qapu, Shah Mosque and Sheikh-Lotfollah Mosque. Later, we head to Chehel-Sotoun palace and Garden. Of course we’ll be visiting Jame Mosque of Isfahan which is a UNESCO World Heritage as well. O/N Isfahan

<span> Day 6 Isfahan > Mesr Desert </span>

In the morning, we’ll drive from Isfahan to Naein. we will visit Narin Castle is one of the most important sights of Naein, which is considered the oldest historical building of Naein. Narin Castle is the tallest old building in the city after the minaret of Jame Mosque in this city, with a height of 40 meters. Later, we’ll move to Central Desert of Mesr! One of the greatest deserts ever with golden hills of sand, absolute silence, and lovely, blue sky! Close your eyes and take a deep breath! Take in all the positivity of Mesr, meditate by the fire at night and observe the amazing sky at night. Isn’t this tranquility what you’ve been looking for in a really long time? O/N Mesr, traditional hotel

<span> Day 7 Mesr Desert >Yazd </span>

During the day, we’ll be enjoying the amazing sights of Mesr and gaining all the good vibes of this place. Later we’ll drive to Yazd. Yazd is one of the central provinces of Iran, which is known as the first adobe city in the world and the second historical city in the world. This city is known as "City of Windcatchers", "Bride of the Desert" and "City of Bicycles". we will hangout in the city for a bit and enjoy the nightlife. O/N Yazd

<span> Day 8 Yazd </span>

Today, we’ll be exploring Yazd and we visit Amirchakhmaq. Amir Chakhmaq is a highlight of the traditional fabric of Yazd and guides you to the historical fabric of the city of Yazd, which has also been registered by UNESCO. Afterwards we go to the Dolat Abad Garden in Yazd that is currently considered as the one of the oldest Iranian gardens, where a sign of heaven can be seen in every corner. This garden delights visitors with its world fame. Then we will visit Tower of Silence,The Zoroastrian crypt or Silent Tower is one of the works of Zoroastrian religion in the southeast of Yazd, which was built centuries ago for the burial of the dead, and today it is considered one of the prominent works of Zoroastrianism in Iran. Acorrdindg to time we will visit Zoroastrian Fire Temple and Fahadan. O/N Yazd

<span> Day 9 Yazd > Shiraz </span>

In the morning we’ll drive to Shiraz and visit the Glorious Pasargadae and Persepolis on the way. Well, prepare your minds to blow of this glory and greatness. You can see the ruins of one the very first Persian empire. Later we’ll head to the city of Shiraz and do some sightseeing over there and hangout with locals. O/N Shiraz

<span> Day 10 Shiraz </span>

Let’s explore Shiraz, one of the loveliest cities in Iran! We’ll set out in the morning and visit all historical sites such as Eram Garden, Zinat-ol-Molk House, Karimkhan Citadel, Narenjestan qavam, Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque and Vakil complex. Break your diet cause we’re also gonna have the most scrumptious food here, kalam polo shirazi. For the sunset, we’ll head to Tomb of Hafez for the vibes is inexplicable over there. O/N Shiraz

<span> Day 11 Shiraz > Firooz Abad </span>

Are you ready for the highlight of this trip? Today’s lunch is on you fellas! In the morning, we’ll be taking culinary lessons and make the best Persian food together! After that, we’ll head to Firoozabad to meet the nomads of Fars, hangout with them, see their world, experience the things they do and spend a night with them in that lovely environment. O/N Firooz Abad with nomads

<span> Day 12 Shiraz Departure </span>

Based on the time of your departure, sightseeing in the city is optional and then you'll be take to the airport to catch your flight.


12 days



Frequently asked questions

Iran is one of the safest countries in Iran with the kindest people and welcoming citizens. Even for solo travelers, there’s absolutely nothing to worry about!

This tour takes 12 days and 11 nights

All tours are performed for small groups and large groups. The number of the travelers can vary from 2 to 25 based on what you ask us

Based on the number of the travelers, the transportation varies from cars to vans and buses.

All tours include the essential traveler’s package, domestic tickets, breakfasts, accommodation and guide as well as some free optional activities.

Iran is a four-seasonal country but the best still, for a more pleasant experience you can travel in spring, fall or the end of summer.

Since international credit cards don’t work in Iran, you can either carry a lot of cash or get a Persian bank car which will be included on our essential traveler’s package.

On this journey, we stay in comfortable, 4-star hotels with the best facilities and reasonable prices. We also spend 1 night with nomads and 1 night in the desert.


Enter Persia’s essential traveler’s package includes visa, insurance, sim card, arrival and departure transfers, and a Persian bank card in case you want to avoid carrying a lot of cash.

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