Round trip air from the U.S.
Domestic flights in Iran
All transfers and sightseeing
operated by private cars and guides
Square Aliqapou Palace
Imam and Lotfollah Mosque
Iranian home dinner
Chehel Sotoon Palace
Hafez and Saadi Tombs
Bath and Bazaar
Mausoleum of Shah-e-Cheragh
Towers of Silence
Bam, Mud-Brick Citadel
Mausoleum of Nematolah
Deluxe and First class hotels
All entrance fees, guidance and taxes. (personalized private touring throughout Iran).
Depart U.S.A on a scheduled flight to Tehran. All meals and beverages served on board flight.
Arrive Tehran Mehrabad International Airport where you will be met by our representative who will assist you with your customs formalities. Transfer to your hotel, the luxurious Laleh Hotel. Overnight.
Breakfast, then start your tour of Tehran, the capital of the country for 207 years. Visit the Archeological, Glass, and Carpet museums. You will view an excellent collection of different objects from the 13th Century B.C. to the 20th Century A.D. as well as the finest Persian carpets. Later transfer to the airport for your flight to Isfahan. Arrive Isfahan where you will be met and transferred to the historical Abbasi Hotel. Isfahan was the capital of Persia during three different eras. What is remarkable about the Abbasi Hotel is that it was formerly a caravanserai and is about 400 years old. You will experience pure oriental accommodation combined with the luxury of a deluxe property. Overnight. (B)
Breakfast, then start your tour of Isfahan visiting Naghsh-e-Jahan Square, Aliqa-pou Palace (the first Iranian highrise), Imam and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, and the traditional bazaar, where you can bargain for handicrafted items and Persian Rugs. You will also see the historical bridges of Khajou and Sioseh which were constructed during the Safavid dynasty from the 17th Century A.D. Relax in one of the traditional tea houses and drink Persian tea, try a local drink or experiment with smoking a Persian water-pipe while listening to Persian music. Transfer back to your hotel. In the evening, you will be met and transferred to an Iranian home where you will be hosted for an Iranian home-cooked dinner and have the chance to get to know an Iranian family and their way of life, as well as engage in social discussion. Later, transfer back to your hotel for an overnight. (B,D)
Breakfast, then start your tour by visiting the Chehel Sotoon, a palace for receiving foreign officials from the 17th Century A.D.; Hasht Behesht Haram (belonged to a Safavid king's wives); and Vank Church, the most beautiful church in Iran from the 16th Century A.D. Then marvel at the 700 year old Shaking Minarets. If you wish, you can climb one and shake it, and the second one will also shake for no apparent reason. Later, transfer to Isfahan airport for your flight to Shiraz. Arrive Shiraz where you will be met and transferred to your hotel, the Shiraz Homa Hotel. Overnight. (B)
Breakfast, then start your tour of Shiraz, which was formerly the capital of Persia in the 18th Century A.D. Visit Persepolis which was the ceremonial capital of Persia in 500 B.C. during the reign of the Achaemenian dynasty. See the Naghsh-e-Rostam. It was the Achaemenian kings' necropolis, cut out of a mountain called Hossein. Also visit the tombs of Hafez and Saadi, the two great Persian poets. End the tour of Persepolis by visiting the Eram Garden. Return to the Homa Hotel for overnight. (B)
Breakfast, then start your tour by visiting the Vakil Complex including the Citadel, the museum, the bath and the bazaar of the Zand dynasty from the 18th Century A.D., as well as the Qavam Orangery House, a masterpiece of architecture from the 19th Century A.D. Lunch at a traditional Iranian restaurant. Continue the tour with a visit to the Mausoleum of Shah-e-Cheragh, brother of the 8th Shia Imam. Return to the Homa Hotel for overnight. (B,L)
Breakfast, then drive to Yazd via Sarvestan to visit the Sasanian Palace of the 4th Century A.D. Continue your tour to the Towers of Silence, the 3rd Century A.D. burial place for Zoroastrians where, according to their beliefs, the bodies of the deceased were exposed to vultures. Overnight in Yazd at the famous Saffaieh Hotel, known for its beautiful rose gardens. (B)
Breakfast, then tour Yazd. Visit the Zoroastrian fireplace. Here you will see the sacred fire which has been kept alive for hundreds of years and is now a Zoroastrian pilgrim center. Visit the Dolatabad Garden of the 16th Century A.D., the Jomeh Mosque of the 13th Century A.D., and the Alexander prison of the 3rd Century A.D. Lunch, then drive to Kerman. Overnight at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Kerman. (B, L)
Breakfast, then start your tour of Kerman visiting the Vakil complex, the Bazaar, the Mosque and the Jabalieh Dome of the 17th Century A.D. Drive to Bam via Mahan City for lunch at the traditional restaurant Prince Garden, a beautiful 19th Century A.D. garden. Continue the tour visiting the Mausoleum of Nematolah Vali who was the founder of a Dervish sect in Iran in the 14th Century A.D. Overnight at the Bam Eram Hotel in Bam. (B)
Breakfast, then drive to the Old Citadel of Bam to visit the greatest mud-brick monument in the world, dating to the 3rd Century A.D. Drive back to Kerman for your flight to Tehran. Arrive Tehran where you will be met and transferred to your hotel, the Homa Hotel for an overnight. (B)
Breakfast, then you will be met by our representative and transferred to Tehran Mehrabad Airport, where you will be assisted with your check-in formalities for your departure flight. (B)
Also Included: All transfers within Iran. Personalized sightseeing as mentioned in itinerary by private car, with a tour guide and a driver with you at all times, entrance fees to sights mentioned. Included as well is the service charge imposed by hotels, porterage, meeting and assistance at airports and hotels.
Not included: Items of a personal nature such as laundry, alcoholic beverages, telephone calls, visa charge and tips.
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: If single supplement is needed, please add $875. Please add a peak season supplement of $185 per person if traveling between
Sept. 28th to Oct. 12th or from Dec. 11th to Jan. 06th.
Please add a peak season supplement of $185 per person if traveling between
Sept. 28th to Oct. 12th or from Dec. 11th to Jan. 06th.
If airfare from the U.S.A. is not required, please deduct $920 from posted rate. Remarks: You cannot
enter Iran if you have an Israeli stamp on your passport. We will process the Iran entry Visa for you but it takes 4 - 6 weeks for issuance.
Remarks: You cannot enter Iran if you have an Israeli stamp on your passport. We will process the Iran entry Visa for you but it takes 4 - 6 weeks for issuance.
If you need a different tour package of Iran, we will customize it for you.
Tehran: The luxurious Laleh Hotel
Isfahan: The famous hand weaving of Persian Rugs
Isfahan: The entrance of the historical 400 year old "ABBASI HOTEL".
Isfahan: Naghsh-e-Jahan Square
Near Isfahan: Vank church from the 17 century A.D.
Near Isfahan: The 400 year old Vank church from the outside.
Shiraz City: Eram Garden
Persepolis near Shiraz Fars province
The impressive site of "Persepolis" from 500 B.C.
Vakil: The Old Citadel of "BAM" dating back to the 3rd century A.D.
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