• 30-Day Iran Expedition

    Embark on an extraordinary 30-day journey through Iran

  • Iran in 30 Days: Uncover Cultural Marvels

  • Discover Iran’s Treasures: 30-Day Private Tour

  • Duration

    30 days

  • Start


  • Finish


  • Group size

    On request

  • Physical rating

  • Included meals


  • Accommodation grade


  • Transport

    A.C. Minibus/ Van/ Sedan

  • Internet

    Free Wi-Fi While Traveling

  • SIM Card

    Free 100 min national call and 3 GB data

Iran in One Month

Explore the best of Persia in a 30-day trip.


Iran has flourished through its extraordinary tangible and intangible heritage over the centuries. Majestic palaces, ancient castles, awe-inspiring mosques, picturesque villages, and traditional foods and beverages display the vibrant blend of Persian cultures.

On this attractive journey, you will explore the modern landmarks of Tehran, then Qazvin, the gateway to the glorious past of the Silk Road, travel from Anzali, the maritime jewel on the Caspian Sea, to Ardabil, the land of majestic landscapes, and reach Tabriz, where history, culture and trade meet. Continue to Kermanshah, a timeless fusion of history and natural splendor. Discover the ancient heritage and cultural wonders of Susa. Be awed by the grandeur of the poetic city of Shiraz and the desert expedition in Lut, travel to the mud-brick city of Yazd, and marvel at the breathtaking splendor of the art of Isfahan.

Your guide will accompany you from the beginning to the end of the tour. You will discover Persian culture and history, immerse yourself in the culinary paradise of Iran, taste authentic dishes, and get to know the warmth and hospitality of the Iranian people.

with SURFIRAN, you witness the beauties of Iran revealed before your eyes. experience its people’s warmth, its culture’s richness, and the attraction of its historical wonders.

Authentic Experiences

During your journey in Iran, we offer you a variety of unique experiences that are sure to leave a lasting impression:

  • Half a day experiencing the Nomadic life and staying with an Iranian nomad family. This unforgettable homestay will be one of the most cherished memories of your trip. Read more…
  • Half-day Persian hospitality tour where you will spend time with an Iranian family, learning and assisting in the preparation of homemade dishes, and enjoying meals like a local. Read more…
  • Witness a captivating Zurkhaneh performance, an ancient form of traditional martial arts in Iran where men practice calisthenics and body-building exercises in a ring. This ritual is inscribed on the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity list. Read More…
  • Explore the ancient water supply system called Qanat, a remarkable engineering feat that has sustained communities for centuries. Read More…

These extraordinary experiences are carefully curated to offer you a deeper understanding of Iran’s culture, heritage, and traditions, ensuring that your journey is filled with cherished memories and unforgettable adventures.

Travel Itinerary

After arriving at Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA) in Tehran, our representative will meet and greet you. The local representative will transfer you to your hotel to take a rest.


  • Marlik 3-star hotel or a similar one in Tehran
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

This morning, we will take you to a 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. The palace buildings are among the oldest in modern Tehran and they are still regarded as a crowning achievement of the Qajar era.

Then, we will walk around Tehran Grand Bazaar. the second largest bazaar of Iran after Tabriz.

In the afternoon, we will visit the National Museum of Iran, where we can see fabulous historical items from 5000 BC to the advent of Islam in Iran, which shows a brief history of our land.

Later, we will visit the Nature Bridge (Tabiat Bridge) an award-winning footbridge designed by local architect Leila Araghian and completed in 2014. Take a stroll on the imposing steel-and-concrete structure, equipped with benches for resting, and enjoy the view of the busy highway and the lush green parks it connects.


  • Marlik 3-star hotel or a similar one in Tehran
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

In the end, we will visit the Carpet Museum of Iran, home to a dazzling collection of Persian carpets collected from around the country and representing centuries of extraordinary art and skill.

Today, we will go to a lovely park-like setting to visit the Sa’d Abad Palace. This was the coronation and marriage palace of the Pahlavi dynasty – and the residence from which the last Shah of Iran. Now a museum, its extensive collection includes period furnishings and décor, and even the personal effects of the last Shah.

Afterwards, we will go to Darband. Darband is an old village in Shemiran. This is 1700 meters above sea level and is one of the main starting routes taken by mountaineers for reaching the central Alborz Range. This place has many modern and traditional cafes, and restaurants, located both indoors, and outdoors, we will have a delicious lunch in one of them.

Then, we will visit Tajrish Bazaar and Emamzadeh Saleh Mausoleum. They are located in the northern part of Tehran.


  • Marlik 3-star hotel or a similar one in Tehran
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Leaving Tehran behind, we will continue our journey to Qazvin. Qazvin is the largest city and capital of the Province of Qazvin in Iran. Qazvin was the capital of the Safavid dynasty for over forty years and is nowadays known as the calligraphy capital of Iran.

There we will visit a caravanserai called Sa’d al-Saltaneh Caravanserai. It dates back to Qajar time. It is the oldest covered caravanserai in Iran and extends over 6.2 hectares.

Then continue to Fouman. There, we will have a chance to visit one of the greatest tea plantations in Iran.


  • Tea Bagh (Garden) Eco-lodge or a similar one in Fouman
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

This morning we will proceed to Masouleh Village. A picturesque mountain village in Iran known for its unique architecture and stunning natural surroundings. Masouleh is famous for its roofed alleyway and the traditional houses with their vibrant colors and intricate designs. On the way to Masouleh Village, there is a historical castle from the Sassanid era (3rd to 7th century) called the Rodkhan Castle. It is situated on a lush hillside and is renowned for its impressive architecture and strategic position. It consists of multiple layers of defensive walls, towers, and gates, offering panoramic views of the surrounding forest and valleys. Today, Rodkhan Castle serves as a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors with its historical significance and scenic beauty.

In the evening, we will go to Anzali Port. Anzali, an important historical and strategic port, held great significance in Iran during both World War I and World War II.


  • Hirad 3-star hotel or a similar one in Anzali
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Before leaving Anzali behind, we will have a chance to visit the famous Anzali Lagoon. The lagoon nestled along the Caspian Sea, is a renowned sanctuary for migratory birds, offering a serene and scenic environment for nature enthusiasts. There is a chance of hiring a boat to explore the lagoon.

We will pass from undoubtedly, one of the most beautiful roads in Iran, Asalem to Khalkhal Road to reach Ardabil. Ardabil is an ancient city in Iranian Azerbaijan. It is known for its silk and carpet trade tradition.

Ardabil is also known as the seat of a World Heritage Site, the Mausoleum of Shaikh Safi ad-Din, an eponym of the Safavid dynasty. After arrival, we will have a visit to this magnificent mausoleum.


  • Sarai 4-star hotel or a similar one in Ardabil
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Check out after breakfast, we will depart for the historic city of Tabriz, making a stop along the way to explore the city of Sarein. Sarein is famous as Iran’s hot springs capital, offering various locations with hot tub facilities. During our visit, we will have the opportunity to indulge in a relaxing hot bath at one of these establishments.

Then, continue to Tabriz. A vibrant city with a deep historical and cultural significance. It has served as a major trading hub along the Silk Road and is well-known for its traditional bazaars, beautiful mosques, and impressive historical monuments. Tabriz is also known for its unique cuisine, traditional crafts such as carpet weaving, and its hospitable and friendly locals.

We will spend our evening in the Shah’s Garden called Il Goli. A famous park and artificial lake in Tabriz. It is a popular recreational area that offers beautiful landscapes, lush gardens, and a serene lake with a central island. Here is the best place to meet local people and get a chance to get familiar with their lifestyle.


  • Ahrab 3-star hotel or a similar one in Tabriz
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

This morning we will start our sightseeing at a magnificent mosque called Kabud Mosque (Blue Mosque). It was completed in 1465, but this magnificent landmark was extensively damaged by two 18th-century earthquakes. Because of the unique blue color of its tiles, tourists from hundreds of years ago used to call it the Turquoise of Islam.

Next door, at Azerbaijan Museum, we’ll peruse a vast collection of archaeological artifacts spanning millennia of human history and culture in the region.

We’ll also see Arg-e Alishah, an imposing but unfinished 14th-century monument that later served as a military fortress during the Russo-Persian Wars of the 19th century.

Afterward, we will visit the Tabriz Grand Bazaar, the only Iranian bazaar on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The present-day structure, a vast maze-like complex of bricked arches and vaulted passageways, still evokes the spirit of its earliest days when Tabriz was one of the most important commercial centers along the ancient Silk Road.


  • Ahrab 3-star hotel or a similar one in Tabriz
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

This morning we will leave Tabriz and drive to Kandovan Village in the volcanic highlands of Mt. Sahand. For more than 700 years, the people of this remote and rugged region have inhabited cave dwellings inside the mountains and unusual stone formations. We’ll spend time engaging with community residents for a fascinating look into their lives.

We will drive to Takab. Takab is the home of one of the most ancient Zoroastrian Fire Temples from the Sassanid era called Takht-e Soleyman.


  • Ranji 2-star hotel or a similar one in Tekab
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

After breakfast, we will drive to Takht-e Suleyman (UNESCO World Heritage Site). also known as Azar Goshnasb, literally “the Fire of the Warrior Kings”.

Then, continue the road to Kermanshah.


  • Koroush 3-star hotel or a similar one in Kermanshah
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

After breakfast, we will have a full day of sightseeing in Kermanshah.

First, we will visit the Achaemenian inscriptions at Bisotun (UNESCO World Heritage Site) which are among the largest rock reliefs in the world. These carvings and inscriptions tell us a story. The story of Darius the Great and his victories in battlefields. The carvings are so detailed that it leaves you wondering how Achaemenians managed to leave such a rich legacy behind, a legacy that remains today and still manages to surprise the modern man.

Then, we will visit a Sassanian Bas-relief at Tagh-e Bostan, it is an archeological site that belongs to the Sassanid dynasty. The carvings are mostly centered on the glories and victories of Sassanid kings. They are the example of some of the finest sculptures in Iran. What is most interesting is that these carvings have endured hundreds of years of strong winds and rains and still stand firmly.


  • Koroush 3-star hotel or a similar one in Kermanshah
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

This morning, we will leave Kermanshah for Dezful.

On our way to Dezful, in the city of Khoram Abad, we will visit Falak ol-Aflak Castle. Falak-ol-Aflak is a castle situated on the top of a large hill with the same name. It is amongst the most important structures built during the Sassanid era. The castle consists of multiple towers, walls, and courtyards, showcasing impressive architectural features. It served as a military stronghold throughout history and now stands as a popular tourist attraction, housing a museum that exhibits artifacts and provides insights into the region’s rich history.

Spend our evening in the Old Town of Dezful visit its historical Bridge and walk around the Dez River.


  • Tourist 3-star hotel or a similar one in Dezful
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Check out after breakfast. We will move to Shush (Susa) and visit the magnificent visit Apadana Palace Complex, which includes the impressive Palace of Darius. Explore the Susa Archaeological Site, where we can see ancient ruins and artifacts dating back thousands of years.  Chogha Zanbil Temple (UNESCO World Heritage Site) from 1250 BC Is the last stop in Susa.

Next, we will proceed to Shushtar, a renowned city celebrated for its exceptional Shushtar Waterfalls and Historical Hydraulic System, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We will have the opportunity to witness the awe-inspiring view of the waterfalls and explore the intricate water management system.

Following that, we will enjoy a stroll along the picturesque Shushtar River Walk, immersing ourselves in the beauty of the surroundings and admiring the notable historical landmarks. Lastly, we will visit the impressive Shushtar Historical Bridge, a remarkable architectural masterpiece that adds to the region’s allure.


  • Sarabi 3-star hotel or a similar one in Shushtar
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

In the early morning, we will drive to Kazeroun. Along the way, we will have the opportunity to visit several remarkable sites from the Sassanid era dating back 1800 years. These monuments are fascinating and worth a visit.

The remains of Bishapour city are located south of modern Faliyan in Kazerun County, on the ancient road between Persis and Elam. This road connected the Sassanid capitals Istakhr and Ctesiphon.

Our next stop will be the beautiful Tang-e Chogan Valley, which is located north of the ancient city of Bishapour and has a flowing river. Six rock reliefs in this valley tell the story of the defeat of the Roman Empire by Sassanid king Shapour II (309-379), as well as King Bahram II’s (276–293) conquests of Arabs and rebels. We will also visit the famous Shapour’s Cave. Afterward, we will continue driving to Kazeroun.


  • Bishapour 2-star hotel or a similar one in Kazeroun
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Check out after breakfast. Head to the beautiful city of Shiraz. We will pass from the Parishan Lake and before reaching Shiraz, we will have a short stop at Dasht-e Arjan (a famous nature attraction in Fars Province).

Continue to Shiraz.

An evening visit to the lavish garden where the Tomb of Hafez is located would be our first place of visit in Shiraz. Hafez is the most renowned Persian poet whose Divan is worldwide well-known.


  • Arg 3-star hotel or a similar one in Shiraz
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

After breakfast, we will visit Nasir-al-Mulk Mosque (Pink Mosque) since 1888. Its interior reveals a magnificent masterpiece of design with stunning colors. This is a space where light and worship intertwine. The mosque comes to life with the sunrise, and the colors dance throughout the day like whirling Dervishes. It reflects on the ground, walls, arches, and the towering spires.

Continue our exploration in Shiraz at the beautiful orange-scented Narenjestan Garden, laid out in the 19th century during the Qajar dynasty.

Then, we will visit Karim Khan Citadel which was built during the Zand dynasty. We’ll have time to explore and shop in the bustling Vakil Bazaar, home to hundreds of stores, beautiful courtyards, and even an ancient caravanserai.

End our day at a famous Shirazi garden called Eram Garden (UNESCO World Heritage Site) with its aromatic myrtles, beautiful flowers, fruit trees, and towering cypresses (one of which is said to be 3,000 years old).


  • Arg 3-star hotel or a similar one in Shiraz
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

After breakfast, we will drive out of the city to visit the legendary city of Persepolis (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the former capital of Darius the Great founded in 512 BC. There was no more impressive construction in the ancient world, except perhaps Karnak in Egypt.

From here, we will drive a couple of miles to Naqsh-e-Rustam, the Necropolis where Darius and his successors are buried. Carved into the side of a cliff, the site is extraordinary in its magnitude and sheer ambition and does not disappoint even after the impressive Persepolis.

Then, we will visit 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.

Back to Shiraz.


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.


  • Arg 3-star hotel or a similar one in Shiraz
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts/ Dinner

This morning we will leave Shiraz for the Maharlu Lake (Pink Lake).

Then we continue our journey to Sarvestan Sasanian Palace, a Sasanid Era Monument that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

We look forward to having a wonderful experience with Nomads.

The nomads of Iran are a fascinating community that lives the same way their ancestors did, thousands of years ago. Experiencing life with them, and accompanying them on their seasonal migration, makes for an unforgettable experience that truly gives a person perspective on life.

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.


  • Nomads
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Today, we move to Kerman to discover how people adapted their lives to a desert city surrounded by mountains.


  • Govashir 3-star hotel or a similar one in Kerman
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

This morning, we will visit the Bam Citadel (UNESCO World Heritage Site) in Bam, an ancient mud-brick fortified city and UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its historical significance and impressive architecture along the Silk Road. Then, we will drive to Shahdad, which is located at the edge of the Lut Desert (UNESCO World Heritage Site) to visit the fascinating scenery of the desert in Kaluts. Kaluts are the wonderful sandy shapes created by wind or water erosion. They are the most beautiful natural phenomena. They are unique and cannot be found in other deserts around the world.


  • Payab 2-star hotel or a similar one in Shahdad
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Today we leave Shahdad and back to Kerman. Our first stop is in Mahan to meet Dervishes who have traveled a long way to pay homage to their Sufi Master Shah Ne’matollah Vali in his shrine. Then, we will relax in Shahzadeh Garden (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and admire a great example of a Persian garden that depicts a high contrast between a green garden and a harsh desert in the background.

The first place to visit in Kerman is Ganjali Khan Complex. The complex is composed of a bazaar, a school, a square, a caravanserai, an Ab Anbar (water reservoir), a mosque, and a bathhouse. We will discover Iranian old-style bathhouses in the Ganjali Khan Bathhouse of Kerman.

Then, we will see the Kerman Jame mosque.


  • Govashir 3-star hotel or a similar one in Kerman
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Today, we drive to Yazd. On the way to Yazd, visit Zein-Al-Din Caravanserai of Mehriz. Robat-e Zein-Al-Din, a masterpiece of architecture from the Safavid era, is a beautiful traditional caravanserai, restored to its original glory. This caravanserai is orbicular from the outside and twelve findings from the inside.

In Mehriz, we have time to explore more historical attractions such as Pahlavan Pour Garden (UNESCO World Heritage Site), a Qanat (UNESCO World Heritage Site), and a Castle.

Continue to Yazd.


  • Laleh 3-star hotel or a similar one in Yazd
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Yazd is one of the oldest continuously inhabited towns in Iran, which is inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage City. Its silhouette is punctuated by minarets and ingeniously designed wind towers that capture desert breezes to cool homes during the hot summer months. Yazd is also the center of Iran’s Zoroastrian community, which is where you’ll begin the day’s sightseeing.

At the Tower of Silence, we’ll learn about one of the traditions of 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. Zoroastrian tradition considers a deceased body to be “unclean” and this process of excarnation prevents contact with either fire or earth– both of which are considered to be sacred.

At the still-active Zoroastrian Fire Temple, we’ll 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 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 façade is one of the city’s most photographed landmarks.

Next is the Jame Mosque of Yazd. Beside is the famous old brick district of Fahadan. There, we will stroll in the region and get to know how the people of Yazd used to live for hundreds of years (a walking tour takes around 2 hours).

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, you’ll be shaded by ancient cypress trees. Ahead of you is an 18th-century hexagonal pavilion with a beautiful stained glass window and a graceful wind tower– the tallest in Iran. All around are flowering fruit trees and other ornamental plants and trees.


  • Laleh 3-star hotel or a similar one in Yazd
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

After breakfast, we will head to the desert expedition. Our first stop will be at the ancient village of Kharanagh. Known for its well-preserved mud-brick architecture, historical structures, and rich cultural heritage. The village features a centuries-old Castle, a traditional Mosque, an ancient Caravanserai, and a Qanat (an underground water channel) system that once provided water for irrigation and daily needs.

Continue to Khor Biabanak. It is one of the largest deserts in the country and covers a significant portion of the central Iranian plateau. Khor Biabanak is characterized by its expansive dunes, arid landscapes, and extreme climate. The desert is sparsely populated, with a few nomadic tribes residing in the area. Visitors to Khor Biabanak can experience the raw beauty of the desert, go on adventurous desert safaris, witness stunning sunsets and stargazing, and immerse themselves in the tranquility and solitude of this vast natural expanse.


  • Bali Desert Hotel or a similar one in Khor
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Khor Biabanak is located in the central desert of Iran. There are several small villages in the area, and each of them has its attractions, such as the only salt waterfall in the world or a safari and sunset in the Village of Mesr. Today is the best time to walk around an Iranian village and experience how the villagers live.


  • Bali Desert Hotel or a similar one in Khor
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

After leaving the desert behind us, we will make our first stop this morning in the small town of Naein, an ancient community whose origins date back to the 8th century. We will visit the Jame Mosque of Naien. The mosque is the third oldest mosque in Iran after the Arab invasion. The calligraphy and brickwork of this mosque are among the most outstanding in Iran.

Then we will continue to Isfahan.


  • Traditional 3-star hotel or a similar one in Isfahan
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Today’s exploration begins in 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.

Next up is another UNESCO World Heritage Site, Naghsh-e Jahan Square (Royal Square). This 17th-century site is one of the largest public spaces in the world. Here in the square, we’ll visit the 17th-century Shah Mosque, revered as a masterpiece of Islamic architecture and easily recognized by its magnificent tile-work and soaring cupola and minarets. We will also visit 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. In the Ali Qapu Palace, we’ll marvel at its beautiful music rooms and the balconies where Safavid kings would sit to enjoy the polo matches unfolding in the square below. We’ll 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.


  • Traditional 3-star hotel or a similar one in Isfahan
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

We will continue our exploration in Isfahan at another 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.

Later, in the Armenian quarter of the city, we delve deeper into the complex history of the region by visiting the 17th-century Vank Cathedral with its richly decorated interior and unique blend of Islamic and European architectural elements.

Just a few steps away is the Music Museum of Isfahan, where we can admire Iran’s national and local musical instruments, with some musicians playing traditional Iranian music most of the time.

At the end of our exploration tour of Isfahan, we visit two of Iran’s most beautiful historical bridges in Isfahan. Si-o se pol and Khajoo. Most visitors from all over the world in the 16th and 17th centuries believed that there were no more beautiful bridges in the world than these two.


  • Traditional 3-star hotel or a similar one in Isfahan
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Our overland journey continues to Abyaneh Village. Abyaneh Village is known as the Red Village because of its red soil and houses. The houses of Abyaneh bear an ancient architectural style, featuring the use of clay as the construction material and latticed windows and wooden doors.

We then drive to Kashan, a city originally known for its textiles, rose water, and ceramic production.

Our first stop is the Fin Garden (UNESCO World Heritage Site), a relaxing and visually stunning Persian garden with water channels all leading through a central pavilion. The garden was the abode of the Safavid kings when they were hunting outside Isfahan.

Next, we visit the two most beautiful historical houses in Iran. The Tabatabaei and Boroujerdi Houses. These two houses were built about 130 years ago during the reign of the Qajar dynasty (1857). These two houses are the best examples of the architecture of Iranian houses.

Then we visit the bathhouse of Sultan Amir Ahmad. Because of its breathtaking architecture, it is also known as the bride of Iran’s bathhouses.


  • Negin 3-star hotel or a similar one in Kashan
  • Included Meals: Breakfasts

Depending on your flight time, we will drive to the Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA).

Iran Tour in One Month


  • Arrival and departure airport transfer from/to Imam Khomeini (IKA) Airport
  • All nights accommodation in 3 and 4-star hotels
  • Domestic flights
  • Land travel in Iran by air-conditioned coach
  • Services of an Iranian tour lecturer throughout the tour
  • Meals: 29 breakfasts, 0 lunches, and 0 dinner
  • All entrances fee


  • International air fares, taxes and surcharges
  • Travel insurance
  • Items of a personal nature such as laundry or phone calls
  • Visa costs
  • Visa Code Fee
  • Tips to local guides and drivers


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Tailor This Tour

Iran 30 day tour is also available for booking privately for travel anytime through the year, and we can also customize the itinerary to fit your personal requirements. Please contact us for details and prices.


  1. Arrival & departure transfers are included on this trip.
  2. Iran 30-day tour starts at 9:00 in the morning on day 2.
  3. The maximum check-in baggage allowance is 17 kg per person plus hand luggage.
  4. Please note that deposits for this trip are refundable and transferable (we only deduct the bank transfer fee) as per our terms and conditions.
  5. A single supplement is available on Iran 30-day tour.


During our 30-day tour in Iran, we prioritize comfort and quality by selecting good-rated hotels that typically fall within the Iranian Local house category, ranging from 3- to 4-star level accommodations. Please note that local star ratings may slightly vary from international standards.

Throughout the tour, accommodation will be based on double or twin en-suite rooms, all equipped with air conditioning for your convenience. Couples will be allocated private double rooms. For single travelers, you have two options: you may choose to pay a single room supplement to guarantee a single room throughout the tour, or you can opt to share a twin room with another traveler of the same gender.

In the event that there are no available single travelers to pair up with at the time of your booking, we will initially add the single supplement to the tour price. However, if we can pair you up with another traveler later on, we will either refund the single supplement or deduct it from your balance payment. Rest assured, our aim is to provide you with a comfortable and enjoyable stay throughout the tour.


We use a private AC van, middle bus or bus throughout this tour, subject to the final size of the group.


The tour includes a 24-hour airport meet & assist service in Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport, your arrival and departure airport-hotel transfers and all other transfers.

Booking & Payment

If you would like to book a place on Iran 30 day tour, please complete the online reservation form on our website. We will then contact you with more details about how to complete your booking. Payments may be made by making a bank transfer. Full details will be provided in your booking confirmation email. Please contact us if you would like any more information or have any questions before making a booking.

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 traveler. For more information about how to get an Iranian visa please visit this page.

Joining Info

These tour joining details are provided on a provisional basis and may change prior to Iran 30 day tour departing. Any changes to these details will be updated on this page.

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  • Address: Tehran
  • Time and place: 09:00 am on day 2


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    I cannot express my gratitude to Paria, my guide Ali and SURFIRAN for my tour around Shiraz and Isfahan. As a European and solo travelled , safety was a worry but it was great. Iranian people are so welcoming. I would love to join them again soon. Thanks a lot.

    All fine

    All fine. Good communication in the setup. The visas, payment, and flights etc went smoothly.
    The most important aspect of a tour is the guide and Nima excelled. A great networker with sophisticated English he understands his mainly western audience well and does in depth historical research for his own interest.

    Iran adventure

    Iran is an amazing country and so glad that I went for it!
    Stunning architectures, rich history, friendly & helpful people. Surprisingly, very safe too.
    Before signing up for the 9 days tour, I had contacted Saye and made tons of queries. She responded promptly and addressed all my queries in detail. Saye is very friendly and customer focused.


    I was in Iran with my old travel mates Bea, Gloria and Paola on september.
    We all agree to consider that journey one of the most exciting and interesting we have ever done.
    We found out a safe, kind e welcomig Country and We are so grateful to SURFIRAN which has made that all possible, with great expertise and professionalism!

    Great experience!

    Excellent organization, absolute professionalism and total willingness to meet our requests/needs: this is SurfIran! Every single aspect of the trip has been taken care of in every detail (from obtaining the visa to the “unscheduled”). This has allowed us to travel safely and relaxed. Definitely recommend traveling in Iran specially using SurfIran.

    Unforgettable Iranian experience!

    Iran is a must destination the best is its people. If you want to travel to Iran I definitely recommend Surfiran ! Paria is an amazing organizer, guides are impeccable. I specifically suggest seeing more than the classic Iran route to grasp deeper insides of Iran !! I chose Tabriz and it was great this region has a lot to offer !

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