Trip Highlights: Our tour is “10 Days Tour” and shows you Iran in 10 days, in a way that you can see Iran Landscapes, Mountains, Sites ,Civilizations and Cultures and Iran Customs and Iran Cities. The trip start from Tehran and after 10 days finish in Tehran again. All of our photography programs are designed for Photographers to enjoy Iran and take a fantastic photos during the tour and show it to all the world with unforgettable memory

Inbound Persia Photography Tour :
Photography Tour in Iran with Inbound Persia Travel Agency is specialized adventures for photographers of all ability level. Our focus is on helping you capture exceptional images of Iranian Cultures and Conventions and landscapes and monument. We expect that when you return home after visiting Iran feel that ,you met some great people , and had a fabulous time and most importantly you captured the pictures that you wanted and enjoyed your times in Iran. Here  we allocate 10 days tour for you to enjoy and discover Iran 
Photography Tour
Trip Itinerary :
Day 1 : Tehran
Sightseeing:  Glolestan Palace ,Nature Bridge, Iran National Museum 
Arrival at IKA International airport, we will meet you and transfer you to your hotel.You will have time to rest and relax before our morning tour of Tehran begins. To avoid heavy traffic, taking the subway is the best way to visit Tehran. We take the subway and charter taxis so that we make most of the day and visit as many sites as possible. As a result, we will have a much better chance to get more acquainted with Iranian people. We leave the hotel at 9:30 for a trip to the Iran National Museum which ,here we will get a chance to see a variety of Persian Civilizations and cultures during different ages and become familiar with Iranian history.Then we pay a visit to Golestan Palace. Golestan Palace is a masterpiece of the Qajar era, embodying the successful integration of earlier Persian crafts and architecture with Western influences. The walled Palace, one of the oldest groups of buildings in Teheran, became the seat of government of the Qajar family, which came into power in 1779 and made Teheran the capital of the country. Built around a garden featuring pools as well as planted areas, the Palace’s most characteristic features and rich ornaments date from the 19th century. It became a centre of Qajari arts and architecture of which it is an outstanding example and has remained a source of inspiration for Iranian artists and architects to this day. It represents a new style incorporating traditional Persian arts and crafts and elements of 18th century architecture and technology. At night we can take a tour of the Nature Bridge.It is the largest pedestrian overpass built in Iran. The 270-metre (890 ft.) bridge connects two public parks—Taleghani Park and Abo-Atash Park—by spanning Shahid Modarres Avenue, one of the main highways in northern Tehran. Stay overnight in Tehran. Overnight in Tehran
Golestan PalaceNature BridgeIran National Museum
Day 02 :Kashan 
Sightseeing : Borujerdi and Tabatabaei House , Fin Garden and Noosh Abad city
After your breakfast, Drive to Kashan and admire Iranian traditional architect by visiting Borujerdi and Tabatabaei Houses.Tread in Fin garden and praise Persian garden designers and afterward visit Noosh Abad City,a city underground. Overnight in Kashan
Tabatabai HouseBorujerdi HouseBorujerdi House
Day 03: Abyaneh and Isfahan
Sightseeing : Abyaneh Village
Drive to Isfahan, on the way visiting Abyaneh village. Meeting people with traditional and colorful costumes, getting familiar with Abyaneh intact architecture, old houses and wooden doors. Abyaneh is like a living architectural and anthropological museum. It presents an impressive model of the man adaptating to the environment. Abyaneh is different place, different village with red walls and rivers and mountains. In this place you will forget everythings for some seconds and communicate with nature. The village dates back to 2,500 years ago.Then we move to Isfahan and after transfer to the hotel, go for a walk beside Isfahan River and visit Sio-Seh Pol and Khaju Bridges at night. Stay overnight in Isfahan.
Abyaneh VillageAbyaneh VillageAbyaneh Village

Day 04 : Isfahan

Sightseeing: Chehel Sotoun, Imam Square, Ali Qapu, Imam Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
Isfahan, the legendary city which never fails to enchant its visitors, is the pearl of traditional Islamic archeology. This city is revived by the works of contemporary artists. Isfahan prides itself in having fascinating historical garden palaces. Legend has it that the city was founded at the time of Tahmoures and because of its glories has been entitled “Half the World”. Our full day tour includes Chehel Sotoun Palace; a pavilion in the middle of a park at the far end of a long pool built by Shah Abbas II to be used for his entertainment and receptions. the name meaning “forty columns” in Persian, was inspired by the twenty slender wooden columns supporting the entrance pavilion appeared to be forty reflected in the water of the fountain, the famed Imam Square (Naqsh-e-Jahan); a huge square second in the world to Beijing's Tiananmen Square, and Ali Qapu Palace; The name coming from Persian " Ālī " (meaning "imperial" or "great"), and Azerbaijani "Qāpū" (meaning "gate"), was given to this place as it was right at the entrance to the Safavid palaces which stretched from the Naqsh e Jahan Square to the Chahar Baq Boulevard. Finally we visit the Imam Mosque and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque and enjoy their architectural marvels. Stay overnight in Isfahan
Ali QapuImam Square
Day 05: Isfahan
Sightseeing : Hasht Behesgt Palace and Vank Cathedral Church
In holy book of Quran, several verses, talks about paradise, full of green trees, pure and fresh streams of water, and other blessing of Almighty Allah is promised. Gardens are a small symbol of the promised paradise. Gardens and Palaces are really important in Iran and one of them is the Hasht Behesht palace. Hasht Behesht Palace dates back to 1660. The palace is the most important building which was built during Shah Suleiman Safavid time. The palace experienced new styles of stucco work and stained glass and mirror works. In the morning we start visiting the palace and then Vank Cathedral Church, you might be surprised to find a Christian church in Iran.The Vank Cathedral in the Jolfa Armenian quarter of Isfahan is a gorgeous fusion of Armenian and Islamic architecture. Corridors of successive arches – a hallmark of Islamic architecture - lead into a vibrantly painted room of Armenian and Christian iconography and typical Islamic geometrical designs. Overnight in Isfahan
Vank Cathedral ChurchVank Cathedral ChurchVank Cathedral Church
Day 06 : Naein, Meybod, Yazd
Sightseeing : Jame Mosque of Naein , Narin Castle and Yakhchal , Amir Chakhmagh Complex
After breakfast we drive to Naein and visit Jame Mosque of Naein and continue toward Meybod. In Meybod we visit visit Narin Castle and Yakhchal. Then we drive to Yazd and visit magnificent Islamic Amir Chaghmagh complex at night. Stay overnight in Yazd.
Narin CastleJame Mosque of NaeinAmir Chakhmagh Complex
Day 07: Yazd
Sightseeing : Fire Temple ,Tower of Silence ,Water Museum , Dowlatabad Garden
Yazd city dates from Sassanid era (2000 years ago), and was called in those days "Isatis". The word Yazd means Clear of Filth . It also means Worship, Praise and Adoration. The appellation of the city is "The City of Gods". Yazd is the second Mud-Brick city in the world remaining from ancient times. The population is Aryan in race and due to the isolated location of the city, the race has not intermingled with non-Aryans. The city covers 2491 square meter of area and stands warm and dry climate. Yazd is a Two-Season city with extreme climate (frosty winters and scorching dry summers). It is the first Iranian city registered in World Heritage.Yazd is among the unique historical provinces in Iran and one of the most beautiful mud-brick cities in the world. The wide range of tourist attractions brings all through the year tourists from around the globe.The city has acquired many titles throughout centuries: the City of World's Wind-Catchers, The City of Bicycles, The City of Sweets, The City of Qanats, and The city of Fire and Sun.Get into the mysterious world of Zoroastrians by visiting their Fire Temple as a place of worship and also their old cemeteries which is known as Towers of Silence or Dakhmeh. Admire people of Iran plateau by visiting water museum and learn about Qanats and underground water canals. Visit Dowlatabad Gardenand highest wind tower or Badgir in the world. Stay overnight in Yazd.
Fire TempleWater MuseumDowlatabad Garden 
Day 08 : Shiraz
Sightseeing : Persepolis , Necropolis (Naghsh e Rostam), Hafez Tomb and Eram Garden
On the way to shiraz you will visit Persepolis and Necropolis (Naghsh e Rostam) visiting Persian Glory, (Achaemenid and Sassanid) dynasty together. Persepolis the ancient city of Parsa, located seventy miles northeast of Shiraz in present-day Iran. The name Parsa meant 'City of The Persians' and construction began at the site in 518 BCE under the rule of King Darius the Great (who reigned 522-486 BCE). Darius made Parsa the new capital of the Persian Empire, instead of Pasargadae, the old capital and burial place of King Cyrus the Great.The tour would be amazing and we will touch the ancient Persian Kingdom and after visiting Persepolis and Necropolis in the evening we will visit Eram Garden and Hafez Tomb too. Overnight in Shiraz
Day 09: Shiraz
Sightseeing : Nasir al Mulk Mosque, Naranjestan Garden, Zand Complex, Shah Cheraq Shrine
Recent archaeological finds in Tepe Poostchi (Poostchi Mound) dates the city of Shiraz to 6500 ago. Shiraz has been the seat of government in several eras. The name 'Shiraz' has also been found in cuneiform script in Persepolis. Thus, the city houses many historical sites and hosts large number of tourists annually from around the world. Shiraz is the cradle of Persian Civilization, the home to the great Achaemenid and Sassanid kings , and is well known as the city of Persians and the Persian Race. We will visit the city of Persians, and start the tour from Nasir al mulk Mosque that was built in the Qajar era, it took 12 years to complete it 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, the 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. Then 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 Vakil Bazaar, home to hundreds of stores, beautiful courtyards, and even an ancient caravanserai. In the evening we will visit Shah Cheraq Holly Shrine. Overnight in Shiraz
Nasir al Mulk MosqueNasir al Mulk MosqueShah Cheraq Shrine
Day 10: Shiraz or Tehran
Our tour finish and You will depart Iran, the land of warmth and hospitality with fond memories. You can choose from which city you will depart Iran, Shiraz International Airport  or Tehran International Airport
Here we allocate some of stunning memorial photos that taken during our tour 



Duration :

10 Days 


Meals Included:

All Breakfast


Transport : 

Public Transport 



Private transport


Transfer :

Pre and Post trip



Stars hotel and Boutique hotel (Iranian traditional hotels)


Entrance fees:

Included for the mentioned monuments in the itinerary


Tour Guide :



Visa :


Tour Direction

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