Explore Treasures of Iran (9-Day 8-Night)

Iran is among the oldest countries existing since back 7000BC was commonly known as Farris. On the Nowruz of 1935, Kind Reza Shah Pahlavi asked foreign delegates to use the term Iran. Since then, in the Western World, the use of the word “Iran” that has become more common. This also changed the usage of the terms for Iranian nationality, and the common adjective for citizens of Iran changed from “Persian” to “Iranian”. In 1959, the government of King announced that both “Persia” and “Iran” could officially be used interchangeably.

The Iranian Empire proper begins in the iron-age, following the influx of Iranian people. Iranian people gave rise to the Medes, the Achaemenid, Parthian, and Sasanian Empires of antiquity.

Once a major empire, Iran has endured invasions too, by the Greeks, Arabs, Turks and Mongols. Iran has continually reasserted its national identity throughout the centuries and has developed as a distinct political and cultural entity.

The Muslim conquest of Persia (633-654) ended the Sasanian Empire and is a turning point in Iranian history. Islamisation of Iran took place during the eighth to tenth centuries, leading to the eventual decline of Zoroastrianis in Iran as well as many of its dependencies. However, the achievements of the previous Persian civilizations were not lost, but were to a great extent absorbed by the new Islamic polity and civilization.*

Iran, with its long history of early cultures and empires, had suffered particularly hard during the late middle ages and the early modern period. Many invasions of nomadic tribes, whose leaders became rulers in this country, affected it negatively.

Iran was reunified as an independent state in 1501 by the Safavid dynasty, which set Shia Islam as the empire’s official religion, marking one of the most important turning points in the history of Islam. Functioning again as a leading world power, this time amongst the neighbouring Ottoman Empire, its arch-rival for centuries, Iran had been a monarchy ruled by an emperor almost without interruption from 1501 until the 1979 Iranian Revolution, when Iran officially became an Islamic republic on April 1, 1979.

Over the course of the first half of the 19th century, Iran lost many of its territories in the Caucasus, which had been a part of Iran for centuries, comprising modern-day Eastern Georgia, Dagestan, Republic of Azerbaijan and Armenia, to its rapidly expanding and emerged neighboring rival, the Russian Empire, following the Russo-Persian Wars between1804-13 and 1816-28.

So, till today, visiting Iran, one enjoys the ruins of 7000 histories in a single visit.

You will visit:
Shiraz: Pasargadae, Persepolis, Naqsh-e-Rostam, Tomb of Hafez, Vakil Complex, Narenjestan-e-Qavam Garden, Ali Ebne Hamazeh Mosque, Shah Cheragh Shrine, Pasargadae.

Yazd: Amir Chakhmaq Square, Jame Mosque, Fahadan Quarter, Tower of Silence, Fire Temple.

Isfahan: Naqsh-e Jahan, Alighapu Palace, Imam Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Chehel Sotun
Palace, Vank Cathedral.

Kashan: Tabatabaei House, Brojerdi House, Fin Garden.

Tehran: Sa’d abad Palace, National Museum.

<p>Arrival at Shiraz SYZ airport in the early morning, meet and transfer to hotel for check in and rest. After breakfast, embark on an exciting city tour of Shiraz, the city of roses, poets and nightingales. We will visit the beautiful Nasir-al-Molk Mosque; every morning, this stunning mosque is illuminated with all the colors of the rainbow through its glasses. Then we will visit the Karim Khan Fortress and the Vakil Complex which comprises the Vakil Mosque, the Traditional Bazaar and Bath. After lunch, we have the opportunity to visit the Hafezieh and Sa’dieh, the tombs of two famous Iranian poets, the Eram Garden, the Narenjestan-e-Qavam mansion which literally means the Qavam's Orange Garden, and is one of the historical buildings of Shiraz belonged to the Qajar era. Overnight in Shiraz.</p>

<p>In our second day in Shiraz we will enjoy an excursion to Persepolis, UNESCO World Heritage, which was the ceremonial capital of the Persian Empire during Achemaenid era. After lunch, visit Naqsh-e-Rostam, the rock cut tombs of the Achaemenid royals. We will return to Shiraz and visit the Quran Gate and the Shah Cheraq Shrine, the Ahmad Ibn Mosa-Al Kazem Mausoleum, the older brother of Imam Reza. Overnight in Shiraz.</p>

<p>Approximately 1.5 hours drive to the second UNESCO heritage site; Pasargadae, the ancient capital of Cyrus the Great. There, we will visit the Tomb of Cyrus the Great and remains of Achaemenid palaces and edifices. After lunch, drive for 2 hours along desert road to Abarkuh to see the legendary 4000 years-old Cypress Tree. Continue driving along the desert road to the city of Yazd. Overnight in Yazd.</p>

<p>Situated in the central high desert plateau of Iran, Yazd has a history since 3000 B.C., It is recognized by UNESCO for holding one of the oldest architecture in the world. It is also the centre of Zoroastrian culture. We will begin our tour by visiting the Tower of Silence where corpse of dead were placed to slowly disintegrate or picked apart by desert vultures. This burial tradition had been since 3000 years until 40 years ago. Proceed to Yazd and visit the Amir Chakhmaq Complex, the Dolatabad Garden, the Zoroastrian Fire Temple. After lunch, we will depart for Isfahan. Arrival and overnight in Isfahan.</p>

Day 5 :

<p>Our full day tour of Isfahan begins with another of Iran’s UNESCO World Heritage site, Naqsh-e Jahan Square that literally means “Pattern of the World”, the square was once a royal polo court and was the official city center during the Safavid era. At 512m long and 163m wide, it is the world’s second largest square after Tiananmen in Beijing. We continue by visiting the Imam Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, the Aliqapu Palace; where the Safavid Kings used to watch the polo games and ceremonies from there. We will walk through the Traditional Coppersmith and Goldsmith Bazaar. After lunch, we will go to the Chehel Sotun or "Forty Columns" Palace. At night we have the opportunity to walk on the two historical bridges: Si-o-se Pole and Khaju. Overnight in Isfahan.</p>

Day 6 :

<p>Another great day to explore Isfahan Proceed to Jolfa, the Armenian and Christian quarter of Isfahan and visit the Vank Cathedral, one of the earliest church in Iran. After lunch, we will visit the Jame Mosque, the Hasht Behesht or “Eight Paradise” Palace.</p><p>Free time in evening to shop in the local Bazaar. Overnight in Isfahan.</p>

<p>Depart for Kashan: visiting the Fin Garden, a beautiful sample of Iranian historical gardens, the historical Brojerdi and TabatabaeiHouses, which are genuine samples of Iranian traditional desert architecture.After lunch, drive approximatly 3 hours to the Capital.</p>

Day 8 :

<p>Our first day in Tehran will start with visit the Golestan Palace, a masterpiece of the Qajar era, embodying the successful integration of earlier Persian crafts and architecture with western influences. Then we will visit the National Museum to see Iran’s valuable archaeological collections, the National Jewelry Museum, which is housed within the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran, to see the most dazzling collection of gemstones and jewelry of the royals that are known in the world. At the end of the day we will go to the Milad Tower where you can have a panoramic view of the city. Overnight in Tehran.</p>

<p>After breakfast, we will visit the Sa’adabad Palace, which was built during the Pahlavi era in the northern part of Tehran. After lunch, visit the Tajrish Square with some free time to shop in the Local Bazaar. At the end of the day we will transfer to the IKA airport to fly back to home.</p>


  • 1- Airport Pick & Drop
  • 2- Comfortable Accommodation on Twin Sharing Basis.
  • 3- Three (3) Meals a Day.
  • 4- City Tours.
  • 5- Entry Tickets
  • 6- English Speaking Tour Guides.
  • Optional:
  • 1- Visa Arrangements
  • 2- Air Tickets
  • 3- Travel Insurance


  • 1- Personal Shopping,
  • 2- Telephone Calls
  • 3- Personal Insurance.
  • 4- Medical Treatment.
  • 5- Extra Bedding.
  • 6- Cold Drinks & Tea
  • 7- Anything not mentioned above.
What will be the cost of the tour?

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Will it be a child and old people friendly tour?

Tour is perfectly designed for all age groups.

Do you offer Visa services.

Yes we do offer visa services, but you can also contact directly to the Iranian Consulate for the Visa

Do you arrange Air Tickets?

Yes we do arrange Air Tickets, but the rates can’t be hold because of online ticketing system. However once you hold the air ticket rates will be fixed and have to be paid within the time frame stipulated in the carrier policy.

Which type of hotels you will use for this tour?

Selection of type of hotel depends upon the package and budget of the customer. However whichever type you will use we will provide you best quality or comfortable accommodation.

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Explore Treasures of Iran (9-Day 8-Night)
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