Iran in One Month
Explore the best of Persia in a 30-day trip.
Embark on an extraordinary 30-day journey through Iran, starting and ending in Tehran, with our private/custom Iran tour in One Month. This comprehensive tour package will take you to 30 captivating destinations across the country, offering a rich and immersive experience of Iran’s diverse culture and heritage.
Throughout the tour, you will enjoy comfortable accommodations in hotels, along with inclusive flights, meals, transportation, and much more. This small group tour is thoughtfully designed to provide you with a seamless and unforgettable adventure, allowing you to explore the wonders of Iran in the company of like-minded travelers.
From the bustling streets of Tehran to the ancient historical sites, natural wonders, and traditional villages, our Iran in One Month tour promises to be an extraordinary and enriching experience. Join us as we uncover the hidden gems and cultural treasures that await you in this fascinating and diverse country.
During your journey in Iran, we offer you a variety of unique experiences that are sure to leave a lasting impression:
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.
DAY 1: TEHRAN
After arriving at Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA) in Tehran, our representative will meet and greet you at the airport. The local representative will transfer you to your hotel to take a rest.
DAY 2: TEHRAN
In the afternoon, you will visit the National Museum of Iran, where you can see fabulous historical items from 5000 BC to the advent of Islam in Iran, which shows a brief history of our land.
This morning, we will take you to a World Heritage Site, the lavish Golestan Palace. Built during the Qajar Dynasty, that rose to power in the late 1700s, this fabulous walled complex is centered on a landscaped garden with tranquil pools. Many of the elements you will admire today date to the 19th century when local Qajari architects and artisans were looking to integrate traditional Persian style with elements of Western and Russian origin. 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 Bazaar.
Later, you will visit Nature Bridge. Cross Tabiat Bridge, an award-winning foot bridge designed by local architect Leila Araghian. Completed in 2014, the structure spans 270 m (890 ft) and takes pedestrians from one public park to another across the Shahid Modarres Avenue. 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.
DAY 3: TEHRAN
At 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 take you 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. Our guests also enjoy an exclusive tour through an intimate gallery dedicated to the 20th-century art collection of Iran’s last Empress.
Afterwards, we will go to Darband. Darband is an old village in Shemiran. This is 1700 meters above the 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, 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.
DAY 4: TEHRAN – QESHM (FLIGHT)
Today we will fly to Qeshm.
We will visit:
Located in Persian Gulf, Hormuz is the island of colorful beaches and many people refer to it as the Rainbow Island. The island is a center of geological studies.
The people of Hormuz have their own special way of cooking. They take the fresh fish of their waters, such as sardines, kilka and another kind called ‘momagh’, clean them and marinate them in the peel of sour oranges and this particular sauce in a large container and leave it in the sun for two days. Then its cooked to become a delicious meal called ‘suragh’. Its appetizing taste and color is very popular among tourists from both Iran and abroad. Very few visitors to this island leave without having tasted the dish.
DAY 5: QESHM – TEHRAN (FLIGHT)
We start today’s sightseeing by driving to Hara Jungle or Mangrove Forests of Qeshm. We will explore the forest and see some rare birds. It is the most beautiful place in Qeshm Island with very nice sceneries. You can take a ferry to visit different parts of the forest. If we are lucky enough, we can see herons in this place.
Some meters away from Berkeh-ye Khalaf towards the north, one of the most mysterious lands in Iran, the Stars Valley, is found, which is full of enormous, natural stone columns catching every visitor’s eye at once. The cryptic shape of this land is believed to be molded by the star fall occurring thousands of years ago. Thus, it is named “The Valley of Stars”. This great valley attracts curious groups of photographers, astronomy lovers, and campers annually. The night sky full of stars above the Valley and the morning sunlight playing in the maze of gorges deserve a scene from a fantasy movie. Lose yourself in the greatness of the Stars Valley, feel the cool breeze while listening to the sound of silence and enjoy the unique view.
Another incredible place to visit is Chahkooh Canyon. It was once believed that the canyon and its surroundings were haunted ground, and even now the locals keep away from the place at nights. However, the canyon is a wonderful place at nights!
DAY 6: TEHRAN – QAZVIN – FOUMAN 4 H (325 KM)
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 a capital of the Safavid dynasty for over forty years and nowadays known as the calligraphy capital of Iran.
The last to be visited is a caravanserai called Sa’d al-Sultaneh Caravanserai. It dates back to Qajar time. It is the oldest covered caravanserai in Iran and extends over 6.2 hectares.
Then we will go to Fouman.
DAY 7: FOUMAN – RASHT– ANZALI
We will go to Bandar Anzali this morning.
Bandar-e Anzali is a harbor town on the Caspian Sea, close to Rasht. It is one of the most important seaports in the north of Iran. It consists of an island called Mianposhteh and the surrounding lands.
Today, we will visit Rudkhan Castle. Climb the 1,000 stone stairs to reach Rudkhan Castle, offering panoramic views of dense woodlands and distant mountains. A hiking trip with a historic twist, a visit to this castle erected during the Sasanian era.
DAY 8: ANZALI – ARDABIL – SAREYN 5 H (239 KM)
After breakfast, we will drive to Ardabil. Ardabil is an ancient city in Iranian Azerbaijan. It is known for its silk and carpet trade tradition. Ardabil rugs are renowned and the ancient Ardabil carpets are consider some of the best of the classical Persian carpet creations. Ardabil also known as the seat of a World Heritage Site: the sanctuary and tomb of Shaikh Safi ad-Din, eponym of the Safavid Dynasty.
At first, we will visit Sheikh Safi al-Din Khanegah, an eminent leader of an Islamic Sufi order established by the Safavids. The Safavids valued the tomb-mosque form, and the tomb with its mausoleum and prayer hall is located at a right angle to the mosque.
Sareyn is a city in and the capital of Sareyn County, in Ardabil Province, Iran. Sareyn is known for its hot springs. The population is about 8,000, and increases to more than 20,000 in the summer because of the many tourists who go there due to the charming climate.
DAY 9: SAREYN – TABRIZ 4 H (230 KM)
This morning, we will leave Sareyn for Tabriz to visit the following places.
We will start our sightseeing of the city at a magnificent mosque called Kabud Mosque. It was completed in 1465, but the skilled artisans spent another quarter-century painstakingly covering the entire mosque with intricately-painted, brilliantly blue tiles and calligraphy. Often referred to as the Blue Mosque, this magnificent landmark was extensively damaged by two 18th-century earthquakes. But as you stand before the north façade with much of its original tile work still intact, you’ll get a glimpse into the enduring artistic legacy of Iran’s ancient dynasties.
Next door, at Azerbaijan Museum, we’ll peruse a vast collection of archaeological artifacts spanning millennia of human history and culture in the region.
Afterwards, we will visit Tabriz Grand Bazaar, the only 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. It’s a wonderful place to chat with engaging merchants and browse for jewelry, carpets and spices. But with 4 miles of shops, you’ll also mingle with friendly residents who are here to shop for spices and other daily staples.
DAY 10: TABRIZ – JOLFA – TABRIZ
This morning, leaving Tabriz behind, we will drive towards Jolfa.
In Jolfa, we will visit the Monastery of Saint Stepanos. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saint Stepanos Monastery offers an insight into the religious architecture of 17th century Iran. Built in the Arax River canyon, this secluded stone monastery features a design and decorations characteristic of the Late Middle Ages, visible especially in the delicate patterns around the windows.
DAY 11: TABBRIZ – KANDOVAN –TABRIZ
This morning we will leave will Jolfa and drive to Kandovan 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. You’ll spend time engaging with community residents for a fascinating look into their life.
Some live in natural cave formations while others have excavated larger rooms, whitewashed and decorated with colorful carpets and textiles. Although traditions go back for generations, many families have modernized their homes with electricity and running water.
We will end our day at Shah Golu (El-Golu), a large park with an artificial lake in the middle. It is a really good place for evening strolls.
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.
We will drive back to Tabriz then.
DAY 12: TABRIZ – TAKAB 5 H (360 KM)
After breakfast, we will drive to Takht-e Suleyman near Takab.
Takht-e Suleyman, also known as Azar Goshnasp, literally “the Fire of the Warrior Kings”, is an archaeological site in West Azarbaijan, Iran. It lies midway between Urmia and Hamadan, very near the present-day town of Takab, and 400km west of Tehran. The originally fortified site, which is located on a volcano crater rim, was recognized as a World Heritage Site in July 2003. The citadel includes the remains of a Zoroastrian fire temple built during the Sassanid period and partially rebuilt during the Ilkhanid period.
DAY 13: TAKAB – KERMANSHAH 5H (316KM)
Today, we will full drive to Kermanshah.
At first, we will visit the Achaemenian inscriptions at Bisotun (a 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 still 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 which belongs to 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.
Then rest at the hotel.
DAY 14: KERMANSHAH – SHUSHTAR 6 H
This morning, we will leave Kermanshah for Shushtar.
If time permits, we will visit Falak ol-Aflak Castle. Falak-ol-Aflak Castle 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.
We will visit another UNESCO World Heritage Site called the Historical Hydraulic System of Shushtar.
DAY 15: SHUSHTAR – SUSA – AHVAZ 4 H (204 KM)
We will move to Shush and visit the magnificent Chogha Zanbil temple.
We will visit the ancient city of Susa (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and its museum. Then, go to the Tomb of Daniel, the Jewish Prophet.
Then we will go to Ahvaz.
DAY 16: AHVAZ – SHIRAZ 7 H 30 MIN (550 KM)
Early in the morning, we will drive to Shiraz. And, en route, we’ll have the chance to visit several outstanding sites dating back to Sassanid (1800 years ago) eras. These monuments are interesting and worth visiting.
Bishapour city remains are situated south of modern Faliyan in Kazerun County, on the ancient road between Persis and Elam. The road linked the Sassanid capitals Istakhr (very close to Persepolis) and Ctesiphon.
The next marvelous site will be Tang-e Chogan which is a valley with a running river in the north of the Ancient city of Bishapour. There are 6 rock reliefs telling the story of the Roman Empire defeat by Sassanid king, Shapur II (309- 379) and also king Bahram II (276–293) conquering Arabs and rebels. We will continue driving to Shiraz.
DAY 17: SHIRAZ
After breakfast, you will visit Nasir-al-Mulk Mosque (or Pink Mosque) which is a few steps far from Vakil Bazaar. It was built at Mirza Hassan Ali Nasir-al Mulk’s command (one of the lords of the Qajar Dynasty); it took 12 years to complete the mosque in 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. It even reflects on the visitors as if a colorful ball is hit by the first sun ray and has exploded into thousands of butterflies all around.
Continue your exploration in Shiraz at the beautiful orange-scented Narenjestan Garden, laid out in the 19th century during the Qajar Dynasty.
Then, you will visit Karim Khan Citadel which was built during the Zand Dynasty. You’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 your day at a famous Shirazi garden called Eram Garden with its aromatic myrtles, beautiful flowers, fruit trees, and towering cypresses (one of which is said to be 3,000 years old).
DAY 18: SHIRAZ – PERSPOLICE – PASARGAD – SHIRAZ
After breakfast, we will drive out of the city to visit the legendary city of Persepolis, 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, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Tomb of Cyrus the Great and 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.
In the evening, if time permits, we can end our visit on a tranquil note in the lovely garden-tomb of Sa’di OR garden-tomb of Hafez, two of our most outstanding poets to feel the taste of Persian Literature.
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 throughout a Persian family, recipe, stories and the pleasure to share a meal.
DAY 19: SHIRAZ – MAHARLU LAKE – SARVESTAN – SHIRAZ 2 H (100 KM)
This morning we will leave Shiraz for the Maharlu Lake.
Then we continue our journey to Sarvestan Sasan 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 live 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.
You 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.
DAY 20: SHIRAZ – KERMAN 6 H (545 KM)
Today, we move to Kerman to discover how people adapted their life to a desert city surrounded by mountains.
DAY 21: KERMAN – BAM – SHAHDAD 5H (415 KM)
This morning, we will visit the citadel of Bam, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Then, we will drive to Shahdad, which is located at the edge of the Lut Desert for visiting a fascinating scenery of 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.
DAY 22: SHAHDAD – KERMAN
Today our next 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. We will get relaxed in Shahzadeh Garden and admire a great example of Persian gardens that depicts a high contrast between a green garden and a harsh desert at the background.
The first place to visit is Ganjali Khan Complex. The complex is composed of a school, a square, a caravanserai, an Ab Anbar (water reservoir), a mosque, a bazaar and a bathhouse. You will discover Iranian old style bathhouses in Ganjali Khan Bathhouse of Kerman.
Then, you will see Kerman Jame mosque.
DAY 23: KERMAN – YAZD
Today, we drive to Yazd. On the way to Yazd, visit Zein-Al-Din Caravanserai of Mehriz. Robat 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 outside and twelve findings from inside.
You enter the circular structure through a small wooden door and you find yourself in a beautiful courtyard. It has succeeded in obtaining the award for the best repair in the year 2006 by the UNESCO and has been known as one of the 101 superior hotels in the year of 2009.
DAY 24: YAZD
Yazd is one of the oldest continuously inhabited towns of Iran. Its silhouette punctuated by minarets and the 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, you’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, you’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, you’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.
Among the many other historic sites to be seen in Yazd are beautiful old homes and the Dowlat Abad Garden. 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.
DAY 25: YAZD – MEYBOD – NAEIN – ISFAHAN
Leaving Yazd behind, our first stop this morning will be in Meybod, where your first impression might be its striking monochromatic architecture of desert brick. But set along an ancient trade route, Meybod also offers a number of fascinating sites to visit including its caravanserai. Built in typical Safavid style, this ancient desert inn features verandahs, shaded passageways, and nearly 100 rooms – some of which are now used as artisan workshops. At the local icehouse, you’ll learn about the thick-clay construction and subterranean chamber that allowed local residents to have ice and food storage before refrigeration – even during the intense desert heat of summer!
Our overland journey continues to the small town of Na’in, an ancient community with origins dating back to the 8th century. We will visit the Jame mosque of Naien.
Then we will visit to Isfahan, and we will visit other famous bridges on Zayandeh River are Sio-ce-pol and Khaju. There are sluice gates below the bridge to let the water runoff Zayandeh River in the spring, and there are beautiful stony archways above each gate. These archways provide a great acoustic place for every man who wants to sing. You can always find a man or a group of men singing under the bridge. The songs are usually about betrayal or unrequited love. You have the chance to chat with these men and listen to their songs.
DAY 26: ISFAHAN
Today’s exploration begins in Imam Square. This 17th-century site is one of the largest public spaces in the world. Here in the square, you’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. You will also visit Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, also known as the Ladies Mosque, as it was built for the Shah’s harem, renowned for brightly colored domed ceiling, where the light creates the image of a peacock. In the Ali Qapu Palace, you’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. You’ll end your 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.
Next up is Chehel Sotun Palace. 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 will discover soaring halls embellished with frescoes, paintings and mosaics; the Hall of Mirrors is especially breathtaking!
DAY 27: ISFAHAN
We will continue our 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 of the country, and its construction and embellishment over the past twelve centuries illustrate a number of important periods in Islamic architecture.
In the city’s Armenian quarter, you’ll delve more deeply into the region’s complex history as you will visit several churches including the 17th-century Vank Cathedral with its lavishly decorated interior and unique blend of Islamic and European architectural elements.
A few steps away is located the Music Museum of Isfahan where you can find the national and local musical instruments of Iran.
DAY 28: ISFAHAN – ABYANEH – KASHAN
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, featured by the use of clay as the construction material and latticed windows and wooden doors.
Then, we will go to Kashan, a town originally famous for its textiles and ceramic production, but now better known for Fin Garden and its extensive bazaar and hammams. Fin Garden (A UNESCO World Heritage Site) is our first stop; a relaxing and visually impressive Persian garden with water channels all passing through a central pavilion. There is also the chance to buy some rose water, a local specialty, outside of the site.
Next, you will visit Boroujerdi Traditional House. Iranian famous architect Ustad Ali Maryam built it about 130 years ago in reign of Qajar dynasty (1857). The owner was Haj Seyed Hasan Natanzi, a well-known merchant who mostly dealt with people of Boroujerd city. That is why the house is known as Boroujerd’s House.
Afterwards, we will visit the bazaar area, a widespread complex filled with hammams and mosques; one hammam has been converted to a traditional teahouse where we will stop for those who need a break from shopping.
DAY 29: KASHAN – TEHRAN 3 H (250 KM)
Today we will drive to Tehran.
We can explore or take rest at hotel.
DAY 30: TEHRAN (DEPARTURE)
Our tour guide or representative will transfer you to Imam Khomeini International Airport according to your flight time.
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.
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 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.
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Just came back from Iran and I can say that I’m really enthusiast from people and visited places. A very big thank to SURFIRAN because of their help, organization and professional way to manage everything that we need. I do suggest to visit Iran and contact SURFIRAN. they can really help you and make your life easier!
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.
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.
Most we enjoyed the landscape and wildlife we saw, it was just amazing and not comparable with nature we found in Germany and Europe, one of my greatest experiences! Second we enjoyed the kindness of you guys (Mehdi, Negin and her family, and the two houses we stayed) it was like meeting family and friends :)
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.
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