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During this trip we will visit the second oldest adobe city in the world. We will take you to the city of Windcatchers” and adobe houses with fabulous architecture.
Iran is located in western Asia with more than 82 million population. Iran is the second largest country of the Middle East and the 17th largest one in the world. Iran is a marvelous country surrounded by stunning forests, jungles, mountains, and seas. Its culture, history, and architecture goes back to ages ago. It`s a country well-known for its hospitable and warm-blooded people.
Yazd is the most magnificent city of Iran, second oldest city in the world and is a UNESCO`s World
Heritage List. This amazing city is known as “City of Windcatchers”. Its fabulous architecture of the
houses and wind catchers at the top of the houses are the best way to escape the hot and dry summers
of Yazd. A city that dates back to the 15th century and the city has preserved its authenticity.
Shiraz: 5 nights hotel
You will enter Iran and IKA and we will come and get you with a warm welcome. Next, we`ll transfer you to Mehrabad International Airport to have a domestic flight to Yazd. Afterwards you will be transferred to the hotel.
After some breakfast we`ll check out Amir Chakhmaq Complex, Yazd Water Museum, Dowlat Abad Garden, Yazd Khan Bazaar and Khan Bath then head back to the hotel.
All meals included.
Today our adventure resumes to Jameh Mosque of Yazd, Alexander`s Prison, Lariha House Museum. and finishes with a drink at Yazd Art House. Overnight at the hotel.
All meals included.
Today visiting Atashkadeh-e Yazd, Zoroastrien’s Dakhmeh (Golestan), Old Cistern, Zoroastrians Dakhmeh, and Shish Badgiri Ab Anbar is on the agenda then we will head back to the hotel.
All meals included.
After breakfast we will drive to Narin Castle, Ice House Building Maybod, and then to the amazing Chak Chak-Ardakan Zorastrian Shrine. The overnight will be at the hotel.
All meals included.
Today is the last day so we will get you to the airport so that you have a domestic flight to Tehran then a flight to home.
Iran is situated in Western Central Asia in the area commonly referred to as the Middle East. It was geographically known as Persia until as recently as the twentieth century. In the North and Northwest, it is bordered by the Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan (not to be confused with its own Iranian Azerbaijan region), Armenia and the autonomous Nakhchivan enclave. To the West lie Turkey and Iraq. Its southern boundaries extend to the scenic shores of the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman. It is adjacent to Afghanistan and Pakistan in the East and Turkmenistan to the Northeast.
Iran is one of the only countries in the world which has the complete four seasons.In summer, the weather can be cool as well as warm, and in the cold winters, it can be mild.A large part of the country suffers great extremes of heat and cold between summer and winter and rainfall is mainly confined to winter and spring. Summers are warm to hot with virtually continuous sunshine, with high humidity on the southern coasts. Very high temperatures can be experienced along the Persian Gulf and Oman Sea with a danger of heat exhaustion. Winter weather is very changeable with some mild, wet spells but also some very cold periods with frost and snow. A small area along the Caspian coast has a very different climate, here rainfall is heaviest from late summer to mid winter but falls throughout the year.
When planning the tours, we do consider all the possibilities that might affect the tour. Unexpected incidents like geographical, political, and social can cause some changes in the tour.
During fall and winter ascends, due to the unstable weather condition we have a day as “reservation day”. The cost of this day is nonrefundable and is added to the total cost of the trip and even if it is not used the money will not be given back to the tourist.
Our tours are absolutely tailor made and any changes that you have in mind will be applied to the tour. You can add or omit acclimatization day, cultural tours, and extend or shorten the days of your tour.
When there is a need to ascend to the shelter extra luggage will be transferred by mules and you will have light backpack with just essentials.
As the law of the Islamic country female tourists must have hijab. Scarf, long sleeve blouse which are up to mid-thigh length, and pants are required. Men shall not wear shorts in public places.
Iran`s currency may seem a tad difficult to follow but you will get used to as you shop once or twice. The formal format and name of Iranian money is Rial but Tooman is common between people. (10,000 Rials = 1,000 Tooman)
Sheykh Safi Al-Din Ardabili Mausoleum
Chak Chak-Ardakan Zorastrian Shrine
Ice House Building Maybod
Shish Badgiri Ab Anbar
Zoroastrien’s Dakhmeh (Golestan)
Yazd Art House
Lariha House Museum
Jameh Mosque of Yazd
Yazd Khan Bazaar
Dowlat Abad Garden
Yazd Water Museum
Amir Chakhmaq Complex
Grand Bazaar of Isfahan
Qazi Persian Bath
Zagros mountain range
Koloun Chi peak
Shah Mansouri peak
Bazar of Isfahan
Khalid Nabi Tomb
Khalid Nabi Cemetery
Ali Abad-e-Katul Waterfall
Bazar of Tabriz
Tabriz International Airport
Sheykh Ali Khan
Chahar Mahal Bakhtiari
Tehran Grand Bazar
Sultan Amir Ahmad Bazar
Khur Salt Lake
Ganjali Khan Square
Shahzadeh Mahan Historical Garden
Fath- Abad Garden
Jame Mosque of Ardabil
Sheikh Safi al-din Ardabili Mausoleum
Aga Bozorg Mosque
Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse
Isfahan Music Museum
Hasht Behesht Palace
Jameh Mosque of Isfahan
Ali Qapo Palace
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
Naqshe Jahan Square
Isfahan International Airport
Alborz mountain range
Mehrabad International Airport
Sheykh Ali Khan Waterfall
Chama Ice Cave
Pasargadae World Heritage Site
Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque
Shiraz International Airport
Chehel Sotoon Palace
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