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Trip Itinerary



Day 01: Gurbulak ( Turkey ) to Bazargan ( Iran ) Boarder , then ( Maku to Tabriz )

Sightseeing : World’s Largest Roofed Bazaar

In the morning after breakfast drive from Gurbulak Boarder to Bazargan boarder and we will meet you and join you in Iranian boarder. Afterward we will drive to Maku city and it take only 30 min driving to Tabriz city. We will stay overnight in Tabriz and visiting the city and enjoy the roofed bazaar. 


Day 02: Tabriz

Sightseeing : El Goli , Blue Mosque , Ark-e-Alishah

With a very rich history, Tabriz used to house many historical monuments. Unfortunately, many of them were destroyed in repeated invasions and attacks of foreign forces, negligence of the ruling governments, as well natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods. What remains now mostly dates back to the Ilkhanids, the Safavids, and the Qajars. Some of the monuments are unrivaled masterpieces of architecture. Today we will visit El Goli , Blue Mosque , Ark-e-Alishah . Overnight in Tabriz


Day 03: Kandovan VillageTabriz

Sightseeing : Kandovan village 

Kandovan is an extraordinary ancient village in the province of East Azerbaijan, near the city of Tabriz, Iran. With its at least 800 years of existence. This remarkable place is inhabited by 670 people and offers scenic beauty for its travelers. From the architectural point of view, this village is interesting, as the settlements are rocky dating back to the 7th century AH or even the pre-Islamic period. These 'houses' resemble caves, being 'dug out' in the mountains and therefore are reputed worldwide. Mineral water in this area is also used for the treatment of diseases. There are various other interesting villages in the province having specific architectural features. The intriguing architecture of this village seems to defy all rules and travelers are usually fascinated by its incredible slopes and irreverent paths. Recently a hotel was built, inspired by and connected to the “style” of the village. The “Rocky Hotel” features beautiful cave interiors with very comfortable living spaces. Kandovan is a lively town comprised of hundreds of small troglodyte (caveman) caves dug into volcanic rock spires. We will stay in one of these amazing rocky hotels in Kandovan and enjoy our accommodation.


Day 04: Tabriz

Sightseeing : Excursion to Jolfa 

Today we travel to border city of Jolfa located next to the Aras River and the lush forests of Arasbaran. Upon arrival, we will visit Saint Stephanos church dating back to the late 10th century, Saint Stepanos Monastery is a great sample of Greek-Roman churches that have been built in Iran and registered as a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE, drive back to Tabriz in the afternoon and stay overnight in Tabriz


Day 05 : Ardebil , Sarein

Sightseeing: mausoleum of Sufi mystic Sheikh Safi od din Ardabili

Upon arrival in Ardabil, we will be visiting UNESCO HERITAGE MAUSELEUM of Sufi mystic Sheikh Safi-od-din Ardabili, registered as a world heritage. The Northwest region of Iran is also known as its thematic natural spa, we will get some relaxed time in Sarein town and stay overnight in Sarein


DAY 06 :  Masouleh

Sightseeing : Masouleh Village 

After breakfast we depart to Masouleh in Rasht province, the scenic driving allow us to enjoy the Caspian sea scenery as well as local lifestyle in countryside area, this is something very interesting and unique as you won't see the lifestyle in any-other part of the Iran. Arrive in Masouleh, another UNESCO heritage site with the houses that have been built into the mountain and are connected one to the other. There will be no car and vehicle in the small narrow streets of the Masouleh, this is what makes the village a very unique place to visit, time to stroll around the village, meet the locals and try your photography skill. Stay overnight in Masouleh Village


DAY : 07 : Rasht

Sightseeing : Excursion to Roodkhan 

Today we travel to Fooman city from where we take a visit deep into the lush forests to visit historic stone made Rood khan castle dating back to the 10th century from the Seljuk dynasty. Afterward we drive to Rasht city and excursion in the Rasht city. Overnight in Rasht city


DAY : 08 : Rasht

Sightseeing : Excursion in the city , Rasht Bazaar , Saravan Lake

Today we will visit the magnificent city of Rasht and in the evening we will visit Saravan lake and we can stay overnight in this magnificent lake  


Day 09: Tehran

Sightseeing:  Nature Bridge (Tabiat Bridge)

In the morning we drive to Tehran and after arriving to Tehran in the evening will visit The Nature bridge and walk through this amazing and masterpiece of Iranian architecture and enjoy this place and then, returning to the hotel. Overnight in Tehran


Day 10: Tehran

Sightseeing:  Golestan Palace , Darband , Tajrish Bazaar

In the morning we will visit Golestan Palace. Golestan Palace is a masterpiece of the Qajar era, embodying the successful integration of earlier Persian crafts and architecture with Western influences. This amazing Palace in 2003 has become a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. Afterward, it's time to have lunch and take a rest in Darband. Darband, a nice village in the mountains north of Tehran for lunch. At the night or in the evening we will visit Tajrish Bazaar and stay overnight in Tehran


Day 11 : Kashan

Sightseeing : Azadi Tower in Tehran , Tabatabai and Boroojerdi Houses, Soltan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse and Fin Garden

We will head towards Kashan (235 km) , stopping to admire Azadi Tower as we depart Tehran. Kashan is a popular touristic destination in Iran and attracts a large number of tourists annually. Kashan has over 7000 years of history and we will visit the beautiful UNESCO REGISTERED SITE ( Fin Garden ) during our stay. We will also visit bothTabatabai and Boroojerdi Houses, outstanding examples of upmarket historical houses typical of Kashan and Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse. Overnight in Kashan


Day 12 :Abyaneh _ Isfahan 

Sightseeing: Abyaneh Village , Vank Cathedral Church, Sio-Se-Pol Bridge and Zayande rood River

In the morning we will drive to Isfahan via Abyaneh, a historical Iranian mountain village located at the foot of the Karkas mountain. Appreciate the serenity of this quaint village with its splendid archaeology and meet the local people, dressed in traditional local Iranian dress, who speak an ancient form of the Persian language and live in the original Persian style. After visiting Abyaneh you transfer to Isfahan and after hotel check-in, start your exploration in Isfahan and visit Vank Cathedral church and Jolfa Square and Zayandeh rood river. Overnight in Isfahan


Day 13 : Isfahan

Sightseeing : Imam Square (Naghshe Jahan Square) Ali Qapu Palace, Sheikh Lotf Allah Mosque , Shah Mosque and Isfahan Grand Bazaar and Chehel setoon Palace

As the 17th-century capital of the Safavid Empire, Isfahan was one of the world's greatest cities architecturally striking, wealthy beyond imagination, and politically powerful with Europeans, Ottomans, Indians, and Chinese coming to its court– the heart of a vast Persian Empire that stretched from the Euphrates River in present-day Iraq to the Oxus River in Afghanistan. Indeed, its grandeur inspired the rhyming proverb, Isfahan nesf e jahan (Isfahan is half of the World). Imam Square of Isfahan is one of the largest city squares in the world and Built by Shah Abbas I the Great at the beginning of the 17th century. This amazing site  in 1979 was designated a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. Must see this place. Imam square is surrounded by important historical buildings from the Safavid era. The Shah Mosque is situated on the south side of this square. On the west side, you can find Ali Qapu Palace. Sheikh Lotf Allah Mosque is situated on the eastern side of this square and the northern side opens into the Isfahan Grand Bazaar. They are an impressive testimony to the level of social and cultural life in Persia during the Safavid era. Afterward we will visit Chehel Sotoun, literally meaning forty columns, is a royal pavilion that was built by Shah Abbas I as a place to receive ambassadors and international guests. The Chehel Sotun Palace, along with eight other gardens, is registered as a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE under the name of the Persian Gulf. Overnight in Isfahan


Day 14 : Yazd

Sightseeing : Naein Mosque , Zurkhaneh and Amir Chakhmagh Square

We take up our tour by travel to the historical and UNESCO REGISTERED CITY OF YAZD . On our way to Yazd, we pay a visit to the historical city of Naein and it's Friday Mosque. In the evening we will visit zurkhaneh.It is a combination of martial arts, strength training and music. Way before bodybuilding, Persians used to practice weightlifting in Zoorkhaneh. We can see this tradition present in ancient Iranian stories too. Afterward we visit Amir chakhmagh square. Overnight in Yazd


Day 15: Yazd

Sightseeing : Fire Temple, Dolat Abad Garden ,Museum of Water and Excursion in the city 

The 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 we allocate this city for you to become more familiar with Iranian history and culture. In the morning we will visit Zoroastrian Fire temple and afterward we drive to Dowlat Abad garden and in the evening we will visit the city and narrow alleys with family and enjoy this traditional city. Stay overnight in Yazd


Day 16:  Zeinodin Caravanserai

Sightseeing : Saryazd Castle 

In the morning we drive to visit magnificent Castle of Saryazd. This wonderful old castle was once used as a giant safety deposit box for the protection of grains, jewellery and other valuables. Dating back thousands of years to the Sassanid Dynasty (AD 3–7) Afterward we drive to visiting the historical Caravanserai of Zeinodin. This place gives you a memorable experience of life at the heart of the desert. Stay overnight in Zeinodin Carvanserai


Day 17 : Kerman 

Sightseeing : Ganjali khan Complex , Jameh Mosque and Ardeshir Palace

Kerman is the third highest city in Iran and thereby has been given the nicknames "the roof of Iran" and "Siberia of the South". The city used to be called in pre-Islamic period "Boothia", "Karamania" or "Karmania" meaning valor and fight arena.We start our tour after hotel check in by visiting Ganjali khan Complex (Caravanserai ,Bathroom , bazaar , water reservoir, a mint and Mosque ) Afterward we will visit Jameh mosque of Kerman and Ardeshir Palace. Stay overnight in Kerman


Day 18: Kerman

Sightseeing : Shazdeh Mahan Garden and Rayen Castle

In the morning we drive to visit the beautiful Shahazdeh Mahan Garden and afterward Rayen Castle. Among the many artistic landmarks of Kerman, Rayen Castle is one of the most substantially significant of them all. It is claimed that Rayen Castle is the second largest adobe structure in the world after Arg-e Bam, the spectacular UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. It might seem interesting to know that until just 150 years ago, Rayen Castle was home to its residents. Its construction dates back to Sasanid era, before the emergence of Islam. No ruler could have ever invaded this castle during history and this is what Rayen Castle takes pride in. Overnight in Kerman


Day 19: Kerman  

Sightseeing : Desert Tour 

Lut desert is the world's 25th largest desert. Lut desert is one of the world's driest and hottest places too.  Lut desert was inscribed to the UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES list on July 17,2016. We will show you this magnificent desert in our tour.In the morning we drive to desert and the distance between Kerman and Kaluts of Shahdad is about 230 km and it takes approximately 3 hours. We move from Kerman towards Kaluts of Shahdad in the morning. Later to arrive at there, explore along the desert and experience the unbeatable Natural Phenomenon of the Lut Desert, Kaluts and Nabkha. Along the path back to the Kerman, we visit the Kalshour River and end at the Shafiabad village to visit the Shafiabad Caravanserai. After the lunch, we stop in the Sirch village to see the old Cedar (Iran's natural heritage). Thus, we arrive at Kerman in the evening around 7PM. Overnight in Kerman



Day 20: Shiraz

Sightseeing : Maharloo Lake or Pink Lack  and Shah Cheragh Shrine

We move to the historical and beautiful city of Shiraz, a city from ancient times. On the first-day of Shiraz Tour, we visit Pink Lake. A seasonal-salt lake in the highlands around Shiraz. The Maharloo Lake is famously known as the Pink Lake of Shiraz due to the high salt concentrations that result in its brackish water in late summer. Afterward in the night we will visit shah cheragh shrine. Overnight in Shiraz



Day 21: Shiraz

Sightseeing : Nasir al Mulk Mosque , Naranjestan Garden and Zand Complex, Eram Garden and Hafez Tomb 

In the morning you will visit Nasir al Mulk mosque and Naranjestan Garden and after that the historical complex of Zandieh which include: Vakil Bath, Vakil Bazaar, and Vakil Mosque constitutes our day visit. Add to that our walk to Karim-Khan Citadel and the historic districts of the city as well and in the evening you will visit Eram Garden and Hafez tomb. Stay overnight in Shiraz


Day 22: Shiraz

Sightseeing : Persepolis and Necropolis (Naghsh e Rostam )

Our excursion for Today is Persepolis. Founded by Darius I in 518 B.C., Persepolis was the capital of the Achaemenid Empire. It was built on an immense half-artificial, half-natural terrace, where the king of kings created an impressive palace complex inspired by Mesopotamian models. The importance and quality of the monumental ruins make it a unique archaeological site. It seems that Darius planned this impressive complex of palaces not only as the seat of government but also, and primarily, as a show place and a spectacular centre for the receptions and festivals of the Achaemenid kings and their empire such as Nowroz (New Year, March 21st).The next is Necropolis(Naghsh e- Rostam). Opposite Rahmat mountain, ten minutes drive to the north, proudly stands the Necropolis, the magnificent burial place of Achaemenid kings. The site also provides seven bas-reliefs dating back to Elamite and Sassanid period. Stay overnight in Shiraz


Day 23 : Bandar Abas

Today we will drive to Bandar Abas and it takes 8 hours driving but we can have a short rest during our travel to Bandar Abas and enjoy the beautiful landscapes and unique nature .After we arrive to Bandar Abas we will have a full rest and start our tour for tomorrow morning. Overnight in Bandar Abas



Day 24 : Bandar Abas

Sightseeing: Indian Temple, Bazaar and Amazing Port of Bandar Abas 

Bandar Abbas is a port city and capital of Hormozgan Province on the southern coast of Iran, on the Persian Gulf. Bandar Abas has been one of the main ports of Iran on the Silk Road, in a way that the trade caravans would go through the customs procedures in this city and use this route to transport their goods to Europe, Africa and America. Nowadays, Bandar Abbas is one of the most important trade ports of Iran and it is very popular among the people due to having markets, shopping centers, free sea and gulf and historical attractions. In the morning we fly to Bandar abas and after hotel check in we will visit Indian Temple , Bazaar and amazing port of Bandar Abas. Overnight in Bandar Abas


Day 25: Hormuz Island

Sightseeing : Rainbow Valley, The Valley of the Statues , Red Mountains and Salt Lake 

In the morning we move to Hormoz Island and we experience traveling by ship. Today we will visit Rainbow Valley, The Valley of the Statues, Red Mountains, Salt Lake and other beauties of this fascinating island. We, Will, stay overnight in this Island to explore more places on this island. Stay overnight in Hormoz


Day 26 : Qeshm Island  

Sightseeing: Hara Forest, Geopark, Valley of Stars

In the morning we transfer to Qeshm Island and after a hotel check in we will visit Hara forests and Valley of Stars and Qeshm Geopark and we have times to relax on the beach. Stay overnight in Qeshm Island



Day 27 : Qeshm Island and Hangam Island  

Sightseeing: Chah Kuh Canyon and Hengam Island

In the morning we will visit Chah Kuh Canyon and enjoy this magnificent place. Chah-Kuh Valley or Canyon is located 70 km from Qeshm's downtown and near the eastern village of Chahui. This Canyon has a depth of 100 meters which means that the walls of the valley can be seen up to 100 meters above the head in some parts. Naturally, water on an island is of particular importance. The natives of this area used to dig a few wells in the old valley in order not to waste the rainwater, and this is probably the reason why the valley was named Chahkuh. Some of the wells are over 400 years old. Then we will visit Hangam Island, one of the most beautiful islands of the Persian Gulf. Hengam Island is located in the southern part of Qeshm Island. It has an area of 36 kilometers and if you look at it on a map, you will see that it looks like a truncated cone. This is almost a low-lying island; so, you won’t see much heights there. You have to travel about 2 kilometers from Qeshm Island to reach Hengam Island. What is interesting about this island is that in Hengam, you won’t see a vehicle there. Everything is peaceful and there aren’t any streets on this island. There are numerous activities that you can do and enjoy while you are visiting Hengam Island. Watching dolphins might be the main attraction of Hengam Island, as you cannot see these intelligent and beautiful creatures everywhere. A piece of good news for those who love animals and the environment is that Hengam Island is home to some types of rare animals. Chinkara is a type of Persian Gazelle that is native to Iran. You can try seeing them but unfortunately, they are so shy! The other animal that you can find in Hengam Island is Uromastyx aegyptia which is a type of lizard. Hawksbill sea turtle is another species that you can find there. After visiting this beautiful island we return to Qeshm Island. Stay overnight in Qeshm Island



Day 28 : Kish Island

Sightseeing: Bird Garden, Greek Ship, Harire city and spend the time with locals

Kish Sunshine Coast, or Iran's Costa del Sol. Kish Island, often called the Pearl of the Persian Gulf. This island which was called “Qis” in the past, attracts a million tourists every year and very amazing place for visit. Today after breakfast you will go to Kish Island by boat. Enjoy your day by visiting the Bird Garden, Bird Garden, Greek Ship, Harire city and see the best sun-set in Kish Island near the Greek Ship and take a rest in a sandy beach by ordering tea or cafee. Overnight in Kish Island



Day 29 : Bandar Abas


In the morning you will depart Iran, the land of warmth and hospitality with fond memories. 

You can depart Iran with furry from Bandar Abas to UAE.

Trip Highlights:



29 day trip



Bazargan Boarder , Iran



Bandar Abas , Iran


Group size

4 Person 



Breakfast and two Dinner



Boutique Hotel in 4 city

Zeinodin Caravanserai in the desert 





Tour Guide 



Inbound Persia Travel Agency Travel Tour Iran