15-Day Exclusive Tour to Iran
From Ancient Wonders to Breathtaking Landscapes
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Starting in Tehran by a comfortable couch, you will journey through beautiful landscapes and some of the world’s oldest archaeological sites, arid mountains, Picturesque deserts, and rural villages. You will learn about the traditions and cultures of a land whose influence felt for thousands of years. Welcome to the once-forbidden land of Persia.
On this trip, we will explore the beautiful cities of Tehran, Kashan, Abyaneh, Isfahan, Rig-e Jenn, Mesr Desert, Garmeh, Yazd, and Shiraz. Prepare to be enchanted by the rich tapestry of Persian history, breathtaking landscapes, and above all, the warm hospitality of the Iranian people. Join us on this unforgettable expedition, where Persian history, natural wonders, and the genuine hospitality of the locals converge to create an experience that will touch your heart and soul.
DAY 1: Tehran (Arrival)
Upon your arrival at Imam Khomeini Intl Airport (IKA) in Tehran, you will be met and greeted by our representative at the airport. Hospitality is in the blood of Iranians and it is our honor to welcome our guests properly. The local representative will take you to your hotel where you can rest. Early check-in is arranged at the hotel in Tehran for seamless arrival from international flights arriving at midnight. Rest and prepare promptly for city exploration).
(Today’s itinerary might be changed according to your arrival time)
DAY 2: Tehran
This morning, we will take you to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the lavish Golestan Palace. Built during the Qajar Dynasty, which rose to power in the late 1700s, this fabulous walled complex is centered on a landscaped garden with tranquil pools.
Then, we will walk around the Tehran Grand Bazaar. The Grand Bazaar of Tehran is the second largest in Iran after the Grand Bazaar of Tabriz.
Lunch will be a memorable experience at the Muslim Restaurant, located in the heart of Tehran and renowned as one of the city’s oldest and most beloved eateries. Today, we will indulge in a delectable dish called Baghali Polo with Mahicheh, which features flavorful rice cooked with aromatic dill and accompanied by succulent lamb shanks. The Muslim Restaurant promises a delightful culinary journey.
In the afternoon, we will explore the fascinating National Museum of Iran. This prestigious museum houses an impressive collection of historical artifacts spanning from 5000 BC to the advent of Islam in Iran. Here, you will have the opportunity to witness remarkable items that offer a glimpse into the diverse and captivating history of our land.
To conclude our day, we will visit the renowned Carpet Museum of Iran. This magnificent museum showcases a breathtaking assortment of Persian carpets, meticulously crafted masterpieces representing centuries of extraordinary artistry and skill. The collection highlights the rich cultural heritage of carpet weaving in Iran and serves as a testament to the country’s artistic legacy.
For dinner, we will enjoy a delightful culinary experience at the Boulevard 126 Restaurant, located within our hotel. Tonight, we have the opportunity to savor a beloved Iranian specialty, the Grilled Lamb Kebab, known as Kabab-e Barg. Prepared to perfection, the succulent pieces of grilled lamb will tantalize your taste buds with their smoky flavor and tender texture. Boulevard 126 Restaurant offers a pleasant ambiance, allowing you to relax and relish this traditional Iranian dish in comfort.
DAY 3: Tehran- Kashan (245 KM)
Embarking on a journey south from Tehran, we will reach Kashan, a town renowned for its historical significance in textiles, ceramic craftsmanship, and the world-famous Rose products it produces. Kashan is also celebrated for its captivating attractions, including the Fin Garden, Traditional Houses, Bazaar, and Bathhouses.
Our first destination is the Fin Garden (UNESCO World Heritage Site). This tranquil Persian garden mesmerizes with its central pavilion and intricate water channels. The garden is one of the finest examples of Persian Gardens.
For lunch, a delightful buffet featuring a variety of authentic Persian dishes awaits us at the Melal Restaurant. It’s an opportunity to savor the rich flavors of Persian cuisine and indulge in the diverse culinary delights. Afterward, we will have the opportunity to experience the process of rose water production and indulge in purchasing exquisite rose products such as Rose Water, Rose Oil, and Rose Tea.
Then, we will visit two renowned Iranian traditional houses: Tabatabaei and Boroujerdi. These houses were constructed approximately 130 years ago, during the reign of the Qajar dynasty in 1857, by the renowned Iranian architect Ustad Ali Maryam. Following that, we will take you to the jewel of Iranian traditional bathhouses, the Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse.
In the city of roses, there is nothing better than indulging in a cup of exquisite herbal Rose Flower Tea.
For dinner, we will have the pleasure of dining at the Saray-e Ameri ha Restaurant, where we will savor a mouthwatering local specialty called Goosht o Lubia (Meat and Beans). This delectable dish combines tender meat and flavorful beans, creating a harmonious blend of flavors that will delight your taste buds.
DAY 4: Kashan- Abyaneh– Isfahan (270 KM)
As we leave Kashan behind, our first destination this morning is the captivating Abyaneh Village. Known as the Red Village due to its distinctive red soil and houses, Abyaneh offers a mesmerizing glimpse into traditional Iranian architecture and rural life. The houses of Abyaneh showcase an ancient architectural style, characterized by the use of clay as the primary construction material. These earthen structures, adorned with latticed windows and wooden doors, create a unique and charming ambiance. The village’s architectural heritage reflects the rich history and cultural significance of the region.
Continuing our overland journey, we arrive in the magnificent city of Isfahan. As the 17th-century capital of the Safavid Empire, Isfahan stood as one of the world’s most remarkable cities, boasting breathtaking architecture, immense wealth, and significant political influence. Isfahan’s architectural splendor left an indelible mark on history, inspiring the famous rhyming proverb, “Isfahan Nesf-e Jahan” (Isfahan is half of the World). This phrase captures the grandeur and significance of the city, highlighting its immense beauty and cultural significance.
For lunch before reaching Isfahan, we had the pleasure of dining at the Mother of Shah Abbasi’s Caravanserai, a historic caravanserai that has stood for 450 years. This remarkable establishment not only offers a delicious meal but also provides a glimpse into the rich trading history of the region. At the caravanserai, we will be treated to a flavorful and satisfying dish of Persian-style Chicken Kebab.
As Caravanserais of Iran gain UNESCO World Heritage status, we’ll explore and dine at one of the finest caravanserais for a unique experience.
We will begin our exploration of the city by visiting some of the centuries-old, still elegant bridges that span the Zayandeh River. For example, the famous bridges of Sio-se-pol and Khaju. There are sluice gates below the bridge to let the water run off the Zayandeh River in the spring, and beautiful stony archways are above each gate.
For dinner, we have a delightful treat awaiting us at the Sarv Traditional Restaurant, located in the beautiful garden of the Parsian Kowsar Hotel. This renowned restaurant offers a serene and picturesque setting to enjoy a memorable dining experience (A la Carte menu).
DAY 5: Isfahan
Our exploration starts at the Chehel Sotun Palace (UNESCO World Heritage Site). Set in a landscaped and forested park in front of a tranquil reflecting pool, this graceful pavilion was built by Shah Abbas II for entertainment and court receptions. Entering through a portico with twenty slender wooden columns, you’ll discover soaring halls embellished with frescoes, paintings, and mosaics; the hall of mirrors is especially breathtaking!
Next is the Naghsh-e Jahan Square (UNESCO World Heritage Site). This 17th-century site is one of the largest public spaces in the world. Here in the square, we will visit the Ali Qapu Mansion, we will marvel at its beautiful music rooms and the balconies where Safavid kings would sit to enjoy the polo matches unfolding in the square below. Then, the 17th-century Shah Abbasi Mosque was revered as a masterpiece of Islamic architecture and easily recognized by its magnificent tile work and soaring cupola and minarets.
Our restaurant for lunch is Namakdan Restaurant. The restaurant is located just beside the square in a traditional building from the Qajar dynasty. Today we will have Tahchin with lamb. A traditional Iranian dish that consists of a savory rice cake layered with meat. The dish is known for its crispy golden crust, called “tahdig,” which forms at the bottom of the pot during the cooking process. Tahchin is typically made with ingredients such as rice, yogurt, saffron, eggs, and a variety of proteins. It is often served as a main course during festive occasions or special gatherings in Iran.
After lunch will be back to the square and continue by visiting the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, also known as the Royal Mosque, as it was built for the Shah’s harem, renowned for its brightly colored domed ceiling, where the light creates the image of a peacock. We will end our exploration of the square by visiting the Qeisarieh Bazaar. With hundreds of local vendors that specialize in traditional arts and crafts, it’s a wonderful place to shop for pottery, enamel, jewelry, and delicately inlaid board games. Just beside the Bazaar, there is the Assarkhaneh Museum. In ancient Iran, the special mills used to grind certain ingredients such as turmeric and pepper were called Assarkhaneh. Also, distilleries were used to extract the extract of oily substances such as castor. In fact, the word Asarkhaneh means a place of extraction, and the function of these distilleries can be considered similar to oil extraction factories.
Our afternoon coffee will be at the beautiful Qeisarieh Coffeeshop which is located on the rooftop of Bazaar and gives you the best view from the square. This coffee shop has a good location for photography.
Dinner will be at Shahrzad Restaurant, one of the best restaurants in Isfahan. there, we will try Khoresh Mast a Special dessert only found in Isfahan.
AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE
Iran is famous for its, Caviar, Saffron, and Carpet. Isfahan is one of the most significant places for hand-woven carpets in the world and obviously, most of the exported carpets Of Iran are produced in this city. There, we will have a chance to visit a carpet weaving workshop and get more familiar with its production process.
DAY 6: Isfahan
Continue your exploration in Isfahan at a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Simple at first glance but wondrous in its rich detail and bold design, the Masjed-e Jamé is another masterpiece of Iranian architecture, covering nearly 5 acres in the heart of this historical city. This is one of the oldest congregational mosques in the country, and its construction and embellishment over the past twelve centuries illustrate several important periods in Islamic architecture.
In the city’s Armenian quarter (New Jolfa), you’ll delve more deeply into the region’s complex history as you will visit several churches including the 17th-century Vank Church with its lavishly decorated interior and unique blend of Islamic and European architectural elements.
For lunch, we have a delightful treat waiting for us at Haj Mahmoud Beriani Restaurant, where we will get to savor the most famous traditional dish of Isfahan—Berian.
In the afternoon, we will have the pleasure of visiting the Hasht Behesht Palace and Garden. This magnificent octagonal palace, located in a beautiful garden, offers a glimpse into the grandeur of the past. As we explore the palace, we may come across groups of retired men who gather there to engage in friendly conversations with visitors. Their presence adds a unique charm and a sense of community to the experience, providing an opportunity to interact with the local culture and perhaps learn fascinating stories from the retirees.
After we visit Hasht Behesht Palace, we will take a stroll on Chahar Bagh Street. This bustling street is a popular gathering spot for locals during their free time. As we walk along, we can immerse ourselves in the vibrant atmosphere and observe the daily life of the people of Isfahan.
Certainly! For dinner, we will head to Arakhan Restaurant to indulge in a delightful culinary experience. This restaurant offers a unique dining atmosphere and a menu that showcases the flavors of the region. At Arakhan Restaurant, we can start by enjoying the salad bar, and as for the main dish, we will have the pleasure of trying the sour lamb kebab.
DAY 7: Isfahan- Rig-e Jenn Desert (380 KM)
Today, the safari experts of desert expedition will pick us up from our hotel and for the next 4 days, they will show us spectacular parts of the central desert with their equipped four-wheel drives. Our route to the desert will take us through different desert climates, from colorful mountains to the dunes of Rig-e Jenn Desert. We will go off-road to get on the dunes and explore this desert.
After that, we will drive to the place where we will stay overnight, in a desert village. We will show you the lifestyle of the villagers as well as the artists who moved to these villages to develop their art in a pure environment. Camping is also possible upon request.
Local-style meals will be served for lunch and dinner in the village.
DAY 8: Rig-e Jenn Desert- Mesr Desert
We continue our journey to the desert named Mesr, which means Egypt in Persian word. A few hundred years ago, a cameleer came to this side of the desert to ﬁnd his lost camel. When he saw the beauty of the place he said: “I will make my own Egypt here”. He started to dig a water channel for 5 km to bring water into the area and build a small village with the name of Mesr. This village was destroyed by a ﬂood a few years ago.
The beautiful desert in this region is named after the village. We will pass through some small oases which still bear traces of old desert architecture. In the evening we will sit around the ﬁre on the dunes until the sky is full of stars. At night, we will drive back to a village on the side of the central desert stay in a beautiful local house, and enjoy their hospitality.
Today, we prepare and have dinner together with a local family. Very welcoming and friendly, this experience also allows you to discover the essence of Iran through a Persian family, recipes, stories, and the pleasure of sharing a meal.
Local-style meals will be served for lunch and dinner in the village.
DAY 9: Mesr Desert- Garmeh
Today, we will continue to explore the desert. We will see dunes, colorful mountains, and canyons as we cross it. In the evening, we will arrive in Garmeh. This village has the biggest palm gardens in the region and is the beautiful home of the pioneer of traditional local accommodation in Iran, Maziar Aledavood. We will stay at his Ateshooni House for the night and enjoy the live special music that you will not hear anywhere else in the world.
AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE
Immerse yourself in the warmth of Iranian hospitality, spending a magical night with villagers in their homes, where you’ll be charmed by their traditional music, a truly irreplaceable experience…
Local-style meals will be served for lunch and dinner in the village.
DAY 10: Garmeh- Kharanagh- Yazd (330 KM)
After a morning stroll through the palm gardens and the water cave in the village, we will head to our next desert destination, the Ancient Village of Kharanagh. In this magnificent village, we will visit the Fortress-like 4-story buildings which are at least 3000 years old, the Bathhouse, Shaking Minaret, historical Bridge, and Caravanserai. Then, continue to Yazd.
Lunch will be served at the Hall of Yazd Restaurant. We will try Gheimeh Yazdi. This traditional dish is only found in Yazd. It is made with tender chunks of meat, yellow split peas, and aromatic spices, simmered to perfection, and served with fluffy saffron rice.
Check in to the hotel and rest.
An afternoon visit to the Zarch Qanat (UNESCO World Heritage Site). Zarch Qanat in Yazd is a remarkable underground water system that has provided sustainable irrigation and water supply in the region for centuries. It represents the ingenuity and engineering of the ancient Persians, and its visit offers a unique insight into the history and culture of Yazd.
For dinner, we will try Fillet Mignon (Fillet Steak) at the Emarat-e Vakil Restaurant. This restaurant is among the best ones in Yazd, a combination of Traditional Local Dishes and Western Food.
DAY 11: Yazd
Yazd, one of the oldest continuously inhabited towns in Iran, offers a captivating blend of history, unique architecture, and cultural significance. The city’s skyline is adorned with elegant minarets and iconic wind towers, showcasing the ingenuity of traditional Iranian architecture. Yazd is also renowned for being the vibrant center of Iran’s Zoroastrian community. As we embark on our day’s sightseeing, we’ll have the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the rich cultural heritage of this ancient religion.
At the Tower of Silence, we’ll learn about one of the traditions of Zoroastrians, this ancient pre-Islamic religion. Until the mid-1900s, the dead were transported to this tower where they were left to decompose and be devoured by birds.
At the still-active Zoroastrian Fire Temple, we will see a flame that is said to have been burning for the past 1,500 years. It’s an important pilgrimage site for the faithful and here our expert guide will offer additional insight into one of the world’s oldest monotheistic religions.
In the Amir Chakhmaq Square, we’ll see a very impressive Hussainiya– a congregation hall for Shia commemoration ceremonies. With three tiers of recessed alcoves, all perfectly proportioned, its facade is one of the city’s most photographed landmarks.
The next place to visit is the Jame Mosque, built in 1324, where you can gaze upon the tallest minarets in the country.
Indeed, experiencing Yazdi coffee is a unique and memorable experience that showcases the distinct coffee culture of the region. Yazd is known for its traditional method of brewing coffee, which sets it apart from other coffee traditions around the world.
Located adjacent to the mosque, the Fahadan District is a testament to the rich history and cultural heritage of Yazd. This labyrinthine neighborhood is home to traditional mud-brick houses, ornate wooden doors, and intricate windcatchers that adorn the rooftops.
TRADITIONAL HANDICRAFT WORKSHOP EXPERIENCE
Visiting a Sharbafi workshop in Yazd provides an opportunity to witness the artistry firsthand. You can observe the skilled artisans at work, creating intricate designs using metallic threads, and witness the dedication and precision involved in this traditional craft.
For lunch, you will be delighted to dine at the Moshir Garden Restaurant, nestled in a beautiful garden within a boutique hotel. This serene setting provides the perfect backdrop to savor the flavors of Chicken Kebab with Saffron rice, and Salad Bar.
Among the many other historic sites to be seen in Yazd are beautiful old homes and the Dowlat Abad Garden (UNESCO World Heritage Site). Standing by the garden’s long reflecting pool, we’ll be shaded by ancient cypress trees. This garden is famous because it has the longest adobe wind tower in the world.
TRADITIONAL SPORTS EXPERIENCE!
Tonight, we will watch a Zurkhaneh performance. Zurkhaneh is a form of traditional martial arts in Iran, where men practice calisthenics and other body-building exercises in a ring. In 2010 Pahlevani and Zoorkhaneh rituals were inscribed on the representative list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Dinner will be served at the restaurant of our hotel.
DAY 12: Yazd- Pasargadae- Shiraz (450 KM)
Today, we have a full day of driving to reach our destination of Shiraz; it is a good idea to stock up on locally bought and easily found dates and pistachio nuts for the journey.
Over our drive, we will pass through Abarkooh. The town is the home of the world’s second oldest tree called Abarkooh Cypress, its age is estimated over 4500 years. We can see the tree on our way.
Next, we will visit the Pasargadae, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Tomb of Cyrus the Great, and the former capital of the Achaemenid Empire. We will spend some time exploring the site and though not as striking as Persepolis, there is a great viewpoint where we can look over the site and the surrounding area.
Lunch at Pasargadae Restaurant is served in buffet style.
Today we will visit the Nomads near Shiraz. We will be deeply in touch with some nomadic families from one of the handful of remaining nomad tribes in the world. We may not be able to see the nomads due to weather conditions and nomadic movement. In this case, we will see a nomadic village.
Continue to Shiraz and check into the hotel.
Dinner will be served at the Panorama Restaurant of our hotel.
DAY 13: Shiraz
After breakfast, we proceed to Marvdasht to visit the legendary city of Takht-e Jamshid or Persepolis (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the former capital of Darius the Great founded in 518 BC. There was no more impressive construction in the ancient world, except perhaps Karnak in Egypt. The most impressive parts of the Persepolis are the bas-reliefs that line the site, telling the story of ancient governors and kings who came to Persepolis to pay tribute to the Persian Emperors.
Then the Necropolis (Naghsh-e Rostam) is our next stop. There we visit the tombs of the four Achaemenid kings Darius the Great, Xerxes, Artaxerxes, and Darius II, amazingly carved into the rocky slope of a sacred mountain, Mount Rahmat. In addition to the tombs, Naghsh-e Rostam is adorned with several large rock reliefs depicting royal ceremonies, battles, and important historical events. The reliefs provide valuable insights into the ancient Persian civilization and its artistic traditions. The site is also home to the Ka’ba-ye Zartosht, a square stone structure that some scholars believe served as a Zoroastrian fire temple.
We will back to Shiraz and have our lunch at another classy restaurant with a beautiful view of Shiraz at Shandiz Akbari of Shiraz. Almost any tourist who travels to Iran likes to experience the Iranian Shishlik (typically consists of grilled or skewered pieces of marinated meat, often lamb or beef, cooked to perfection) and the best one in Iran is served at the Shandiz chained restaurants all around Iran. Today we will try it in Shiraz!
After rest, we will visit the Karim Khan Citadel from the outside, which was built during the Zand Dynasty. Shiraz is famous for its traditional dessert called Faloodeh Shirazi. It consists of thin vermicelli-sized noodles made from starch in a semi-frozen syrup containing sugar and rose water. From there, we will go to the Vakil Bazaar to get familiar with Iranian Traditional Bazaars and also buy small souvenirs from Shiraz. we have time to explore and shop in the bustling Vakil Bazaar, home to hundreds of stores, beautiful courtyards, and even an ancient caravanserai (Saray-e Moshir).
Dinner will be at the Bagh-e Raaz Restaurant, located in a beautiful garden in Shiraz. Tonight, we will try the Iranian Saffron Chicken Kebab with traditional fresh bread (Naan).
DAY 14: Shiraz
After a delicious buffet breakfast, our sightseeing tour begins. The first place we visit is the Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque (Pink Mosque). Visiting this mosque is one of the most beautiful experiences of our trip to Iran. The Pink Mosque is famous for its colorful glasses that shine beautifully in the sunshine.
Across the street is the Qavam House (Narenjestan Garden), which has been one of the most amazing houses of Shiraz since the 19th century, the house is famous for its wonderful architecture (stucco work, tile work, mirror work, and wall paintings). This house belonged to the former governor of Shiraz during the Zand and Qajar dynasties.
Lunch will be served at the Haft-Khan Restaurant, one of the best in Shiraz. Lamb Kebab, Saffron rice with Dough (yogurt drink) is one of the most popular dishes in Iran.
After rest, we will start our evening tour by visiting the Tomb of Hafez (Hafezieh). Hafez is famous for his Divan of Hafez. He was among the most influential poets in the world. Goethe, the German literature, was impressed by Hafez and dedicated his West-Eastern Divan to Hafez.
Nothing is more pleasant than drinking coffee in a nice and cozy coffee shop in Shiraz. The Night Café is the place to relax and get rid of today’s tiredness.
In the afternoon, we prepare and have dinner together with a Shirazi family. Very welcoming and friendly, this experience also allows you to discover the essence of Iran through a Persian family, recipes, stories, and the pleasure of sharing a meal.
DAY 15: Shiraz (Departure)
Our representative will transfer you to the Shiraz International Airport (SYZ) according to your flight time.
Going to Iran was for me and my friend a long term project. We booked a luxury train trip in 2019 but unfortunately the tour was canceled because of covid. Surfiran offered us a 9-day tour this year and Saye cooperated with us wonderfully in preparing our trip. Read More
We especially appreciated her help in securing a visa for my girlfriend.
We were also lucky that we were the only ones registered in our time slot, so we had an excellent guide, Mehdi, all to ourselves. He knows a lot about Iran’s rich history and current social and cultural life and he willingly answered all our questions.
We visited a lot of very interesting places, learned a lot about the rich historical background of Iran, the hotels were very luxurious, comfortable with fabulous breakfasts, people were very friendly, they smiled at us, established communication, were interested in where we came from and wanted to take a photo with us.
Back at home we recommended Iran to all our friends.
We organized a 3 weeks tour in Iran through SURFIRAN. SURFIRAN is a very Professional travel agency who understands their customers needs and expectations. Our stay in Iran was just fabulous, the program built by SURFIRAN was great, we have seen many and many very interesting sites and locations.
We visited Iran on October 2016 with SURFIRAN travel and tours company. Organization of round trip, hotel accommodation and flights were perfect. Our guide Mostafa was absolutely excellent, helpful, friendly and his information about Iran were very informative. Thanks a lot ! Will come back soon.
Everything was arranged very efficiently. Nothing went wrong. Our guide, Mostafa Farhadi, was remarkable. Not only was he a brilliant driver, but his knowledge of the culture, history and contemporary life of Iran was amazing. He also had superb contacts in all the places we visited.
Dates & Prices
The spring (mid-March to May) and fall (September to mid-November) are generally considered the best times to visit as the weather is mild and comfortable, perfect for sightseeing and outdoor activities. Read more about the best time to visit Iran.
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Passports and Visas
Passports should be valid for at least six months after your departure from the country. Please do not bring an almost full or almost expired passport. Visa arrangements are the responsibility of the traveller. For more information about how to get an Iranian visa please visit this page.
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