08 days highlights of Persia
5* Hotels in all main Cities- LAND ONLY
For those who are in Industry, we would like to offer our Fam Trip to come and visit this hidden Gem in the Middle East.
Participants: Tour Operators and Travel agents - Limited space available
Itinerary in brief:
Day 01: Depart your home country and arrive late in the evening or early next day
Day 02: Tehran, City tour
Day 03: Tehran-Shiraz Persepolis - Naghsh e Rostam , overnight
Day 04: Shiraz city tour
Day 05: Shiraz-Passargade Yazd
Day 06: Yazd- Naein- Isfahan
Day 07: Isfahan
Day 08: Isfahan departure or drive to Tehran IKA airport visa Kashan , Rest at airport hotel and self transfer to Departure terminal
Itinerary in details:
(After registration and approval of the tour- send us your Flight details for Transfer Arrangements)
Day 01: Depart your country to Tehran and arrive at IKA airport in evening or early the next day , meet and transfer to hotel, overnight
Day 02: Tehran
Breakfast in the morning, rest, We start our exciting and unique journey with a full day tour of Tehran. Archaeological Museum displaying both the Pre Islamic and modern-day Iranian artifacts. Then the lavish Golestan Palace (WHS), a masterpiece of the Qajar era, integrating traditional Persian architecture with Western style. The walled palace was the seat of government of the 1779 Qajar dynasty who made Tehran the capital of the country. It was built within a handsome garden of the era featuring pools with orange groves, palms, planes and cypress trees.
Day 03: Tehran ✈ Shiraz
ShirazPersepolis Naghsh-e-RostamShiraz Drive: 61 km x 2
Morning, you will be met & transferred to Tehran Mehrabad International Airport to board your short flight to Shiraz.
it takes One hour Ten minutes, will meet the driver and will start the magnificent tour of Perspolise; Persepolis, 70 KMs away from the city, is the last and ultimate expression of the ancient Middle East. Nearly 2500 years ago, construction for its magnificent structure was begun by Darius the Great with the intent to make it the focus of the mighty Achaemenian Empire. Our tour will also include the Naqsh-e-Rustam where hewn out of a cliff rest the tombs believed to be of Darius I and II, Artaxerxes and Xerxes I. after lunch return to the city for check in hotel, Overnight (B)
Day 04: Shiraz
Full day city tour of Shiraz to visit some of the famous g ardens of this city of “roses and nightingales”, including the Eram Garden, the tomb of Iran’s greatest lyric poets, Hafez ; the pink tiled 19th-century Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque, the Arg-e-Karim Khan (18th-century citadel), the Madrassa Khan (Theological School), to have interaction with teachers and, the Vakil Bazaar of Shiraz (Bazaar is closed on Fridays), and the Holy Shrine of Shah-e-Cheragh (not open to non-Moslems and can only be seen from outside); overnight stay at hotel (B)
Day 05: Shiraz Yazd drive 380 Kms.
(Lunch will be in form of Picnic)
We will Visit Passargad on the way.
Pasargadae (WHS*), the first dynastic capital of the Achaemenid Empire founded by Cyrus the Great. Dating from 6th century BC, the remains of the palaces, gardens and the nearby mausoleum of Cyrus are outstanding examples of the first phase of Achaemenid art and architecture and exceptional testimonies of Persian civilization.
Arrive Yazd check in hotel, overnight
Day 06: Yazd Nai’an Isfahan Drive: 323 km
In the morning check out and drive to Yazd to Start the tour of Yazd., the magnificent Masjid-e Jameh, and Amir-Chakhmaq Mosques. We continue to the Zoroastrian Towers of Silence and the Fire Temple (where fire worship is still practiced) after lunch depart for Isfahan via Na’ian.
Na'in is a pre-Islamic town, more than 2,000 years old, on the edge of the Central Desert.
More than 3,000 years ago the Persians learned how to construct aqueducts underground to bring water from the mountains to the plains. In the 1960's this ancient system provided more than 70 percent of the water used in Iran & Na’in is one of the best places in all the world to see these functioning qanats.
Unique to Na’in are some of the most outstanding monuments in all of Iran: the Jame Mosque, one of the first four mosques built in Iran after the Arab invasion; the Pre-Islamic Narej Fortress; a Pirnia traditional house; the Old Bazaar; Rigareh, a qanat-based watermill & a Zurkhaneh (a place for traditional sport).
Besides its magnificent monuments, Na’in is also famous for high-quality ceramics, carpets & wool textiles & finished clothing like camel-wool cloaks primarily sold in Yazd.
Walk through the old part of the town & visit the 10th century Friday Mosque & the 17th century. Pirnia House / Ethnographic Museum
Finally, it is on to Isfahan.
Arrive by early evening & Check-in.
Isfahan is Iran’s top tourist destination for good reason. Four hundred years ago, Isfahan was larger than London, more cosmopolitan than Paris & grander, by some accounts, than even storied Istanbul. Elegant bridges crossed its modest river, lavishly outfitted polo players dashed across the world's largest square & hundreds of domes & minarets punctuated the skyline. Europeans, Turks, Indians & Chinese
Day 07: Isfahan
Full day tour of the beautiful city of Isfahan, to visit the famous bridges of Shahrestan/Khajou/Sio-se-pol, the Armenian Quarter with several churches, including the important Cathedral of Vank; in the afternoon visit one of the world’s grandest squares, the Maidan-e-Naghsh-e-Jahan, with several sites (the Ali-Qapu Palace with its enchanting music rooms and balcony overlooking the Maidan, from where the Safavid Kings watched polo games, and two of Islamic world’s greatest mosques – the Sheikh Lotfollah and the Imam – with magnificent architecture and tilework), finishing with a visit to the Qeisarieh Bazaar with hundreds of shops displaying the arts and handicrafts for which Isfahan is world-famous (Bazaar is closed on Fridays); overnight stay at hotel. (B)
Day 08: Isfahan/Departure :Transfer to Intl airport to depart(For those who have ticket out of Isfahan)
Day 08: Isfahan/ Kashan-Qom-Airport hotel
In the morning after check out Drive to Kashan visit Tabatabaie Houses , built as a private residence, now a charming museum with a lovely courtyard in Kashan. We then take in the famous Fin Garden and witness its breathtaking pools, orchards, and natural springs. Next, we visit Agha Bozorg Mosque famous for its lovely portals and minarets, We pass Qom, if time permits will visit the city and the shrine of Fatima the Sister of our 8th Imam which is buried in Mashad, will reach to Airport and will stay at Airport hotel( self transfer to intl airport
Tour Price Includes
- Accommodation 5* in main cities
- All sightseeing and transfers by private transportation based on the Number of People
- Local English speaking guides
- Entrance fees to mentioned museums and sites
- Domestic airfare: Tehran/Shiraz (based on current applicable fares)
- Visa Approvals
- International airfares
- Insurance/visa stamp fees
- Any personal expenses not mentioned above
ESTIMATED INTERNATIONAL AIRFARE
(International airfare is NOT included in this tour)
Depending on the City of Departure and date of booking it varies:
Europe: . about 400 USD-600
CANADA(West Coast) about US$ 1400-1600
USA(West Coast) about US$ 1400-1600
CANADA(East Coast) about US$ 1200-1400
USA(East Coast) about US$ 1200-1400
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Hotels Used in this Program as following or the Similar
Tehran: Espinas Hotel 5*/Azadi Parsian 5*
Shiraz: Zandie 5*
Isfahan: Abbassi Hotel 5*
Yazd: Dad Hotel Top 4*
Rexan Airport hotel