17-day Iran tour Persia paradise Shiraz to Tehran


17-day Iran tour Persia paradise Shiraz to Tehran

Duration :   17 Days
Max People :    50
Start Location:   Shiraz
Total Seats :  0/0

Day 1: In the evening Arrival to Shiraz. welcoming at the airport and transferring guests to the hotel

20 Minutes with car

Welcome to Shiraz, the city of poets, gardens, and rich cultural heritage! Upon your evening arrival at the airport, our friendly team will warmly greet you and provide a seamless transfer to your hotel. Rest and prepare to embark on an unforgettable journey.

Day 2: Shiraz – begin exploring city  after the breakfast

4.5 hours by car + breakfast and lunch

Begin your day with a captivating morning city tour of Shiraz. Discover the grand Vakil Complex, including the Vakil Mosque and Vakil Bazaar, where the echoes of ancient merchants still resonate. Stroll through the peaceful Eram Garden, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and be charmed by its Persian Paradise design. Then, travel back in time to the glorious days of the Achaemenid Empire as you visit Persepolis, a monumental ceremonial complex built by Darius the Great in 518 BC. Marvel at the intricate stone carvings and imposing columns, a testament to the empire’s opulence and power.

Next, explore Naqsh-e Rostam, the necropolis of Persian kings. Admire the rock-cut tombs of Darius the Great and his successors, a tribute to their reign and everlasting legacy. Conclude the day with a visit to Pasargad, the first capital of the Achaemenid Empire, where you’ll encounter the tomb of Cyrus the Great, the founder of the Persian Empire, dating back to the 6th century BC.

Day 3: Shiraz – Drive to Bandar-e Abbas via Jahrom Boat to Qeshm island

Route by car 10 hours then move to Qeshm Island by + breakfast and lunch

Today, we depart Shiraz and journey to Bandar-e Abbas, a scenic drive that offers a glimpse of rural Iran as we pass through the charming town of Jahrom. Upon arrival in Bandar-e Abbas, we embark on a boat ride to the enchanting Qeshm Island, the largest island in the Persian Gulf.

Day 4: Hengam – Island morning boat tour Qeshm Island tour Qeshm

2 hours by car + breakfast and lunch

Delight in a morning boat tour to the picturesque Hengam Island, where you’ll witness playful dolphins and explore its captivating shores. Back on Qeshm Island, prepare to be enchanted by its unique geological formations, such as the Chahkooh Canyon ( Chahkooh Canyon in Qeshm Island is one of the most attractive landmarks that. It is one of the seven wonders in Qeshm Island where there are rocks and natural statues that are shaped through time. Its sky at night is also a wonder itself. ) and the mesmerizing Valley of the Stars ( Stars Valley or Valley of Stars is located in Qeshm Island and it is definitely on your “MUST SEE” list in Qeshm, based on local anecdotes, a star hit the ground and shaped this valley.), formed over millions of years.

Day 5: Qeshm – Hormuz Island Boat to Bandar-e Abbas Minab

By car and boat (6 hours) + breakfast and lunch

Today, we set sail to the vibrant Hormuz Island, an ancient trading hub and center of commerce. Marvel at the island’s colorful soil(The wide-ranging colors of the soil include white, yellow, red, green, orange, beige, brown, light turquoise, and even gold. From a geology perspective, the island is one of the most important salt domes in the world; due to these features, it is given the name Lithology Lab), vibrant beaches, and the renowned Portuguese Castle (This red castle is one of the few surviving monuments from the time that the Portuguese ruled in the Persian Gulf), a testament to its historical significance. Afterward, we take a boat back to Bandar-e Abbas and proceed to the delightful town of Minab.

Day 6: Minab – market Drive to Bam

By car (3 and a half hours) + breakfast and lunch

Day 7: Bam – morning city tour

By Car

Embark on a captivating morning city tour of Bam, exploring the UNESCO-listed Bam Citadel, a unique adobe structure dating back over 2,000 years. Then, venture into the Kaluts Desert, an otherworldly landscape of sandstone formations shaped by wind and time. Behold the surreal beauty of the Shur Salt River before concluding the day with a magical night at Shahdad Camp.

Kaluts desert (Shahdad Kaluts are located in Dasht-e Lut, a desert that is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.)

Shur salt river (The river flows through the arid Lut desert. The River has been dammed by international mining interests looking to extract the rich mineral deposits in the area.)

Shahdad Camp ( Shahdad desert camp is located 20 km north of Shahdad town and adjacent to the Kalut range in the east of Shahdad town. Shahdad desert camp has some pavilions. It is possible to walk around the camp with camels.)

Day 8: Shahdad – Kerman morning city tour Rafsanjan

By Car

In Shahdad, immerse yourself in the captivating desert scenery and visit the famous Shahdad Kaluts, the tallest sand structures on Earth. Then, we journey to Kerman, where a morning city tour will unveil the city’s historical treasures, such as the Ganjali Khan Complex and the Jame Mosque. Next, we head to the charming town of Rafsanjan, renowned for its pistachio orchards.

Ganjali Khan (Ganjali Khan Complex is located in the center of ancient Kerman. Ganjali Khan was one of the famous rulers in King Abbas Era from 1596 to 1625. So many architectural sites had been built under his command.)

Day 9: Rafsanjan – Meymand rock village, Saryazd Castle, Yazd

By car (6 hours) + breakfast and lunch

Travel to the ancient Meymand Rock Village (a UNESCO World Heritage Site, inhabited for over 3,000 years. Marvel at the unique troglodyte homes carved into the mountainside, preserving the rich history of the region.) Visit the imposing Saryazd Castle before reaching Yazd, a city known for its distinctive wind towers and Zoroastrian heritage.

Day 10: Yazd – full-day city tour

City tour by car + breakfast and lunch

Enjoy a full day to explore Yazd, known as the “City of Windcatchers” and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wander through the labyrinthine alleys of the Old Town, visit the stunning Jame Mosque, and discover the Fire Temple ( Zoroastrian Fire Temple or Yazd Atash Behram and also known as Atashkadeh-e (Fire Temple Yazd is a 21-meter high building with a lovely pool in the middle of its yard.)  a place of worship for Zoroastrians.

Day 11:  Yazd – Meybod, Chak-Chak Kharanaq

By car (3 hours)

Embark on an enchanting journey to the ancient town of Meybod, where you’ll encounter historical treasures like the Narin Castle and the ancient caravanserai. Pay a spiritual visit to the Chak-Chak Fire Temple, a sacred pilgrimage site for Zoroastrians. Then, venture to the captivating village of Kharanaq, where time seems to stand still.

Narin Castle (The building which is known as Narenj Castle in the common language is one of the most important historical monuments before Islam in Yazd Province).

Chak Chak Fire Temple (This remote mountain shrine is one of the most sacred Zoroastrian temples remaining in the world).

village of Kharanaq (The 4,000-Year-Old Abandoned Mud-Brick Town of Kharanaq Settled at a distance of 85 km. east of Ardakan in YAZD Province. It has a temperate dry climate and is located in a mountainous region).

Day 12: Kharanaq – Isfahan

By car (4 hours) + breakfast and lunch

Bid farewell to Kharanaq and continue your journey to the magnificent city of Isfahan, renowned for its stunning Islamic architecture and historical significance.

Day 13: Isfahan –  full-day city tour

City tour by car + breakfast and lunch

Prepare for an unforgettable day in Isfahan, where you’ll explore the UNESCO-listed Naqsh-e Jahan Square, one of the world’s largest squares. Marvel at the stunning Imam Mosque and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, architectural marvels that embody the city’s golden age.

Naqsh-e Jahan Square (Naqsh-e Jahan Square, or Meidan-e Emam (also Shah Square and Imam Square), is the main tourist spot of Isfahan, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites).

Imam Mosque ( Imam Mosque (known as Shah Mosque before the 1979 revolution) is a part of the complex of Naqsh-e Jahan Square – the main attraction of Isfahan.)

Lotfollah Mosque ( Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque stands in the eastern part of Naqsh-e Jahan Square, which is located in the very center of Isfahan, surrounded by many other attractions.)

Day 14: Isfahan, Abyaneh, Kashan

By car (4 hours) + breakfast and lunch

Embark on a scenic drive to Abyaneh, a village frozen in time, known for its red mud-brick houses and traditional way of life. Witness the enduring charm of this unique village before concluding the day in the enchanting city of Kashan.

Day 15: Kashan – city tour, Afternoon 4WD Maranjab Desert Safari, Kashan

City tour by car (4 hours)

In Kashan, discover the beauty of historical sites like the Fin Garden and the ancient Tabatabaei House. Then, brace yourself for an exhilarating 4×4 safari in the captivating Maranjab Desert. Enjoy a memorable dinner in the desert before spending the night under a starry sky.

Fin Garden (The Fin garden covers an area of 230,000 square meters, surrounded by walls with four circular towers. It is a traditional Persian garden, or ‘bagh’).

ancient Tabatabaei House (Tabatabaei House is located in the center of Kashan, in the old part of the city. it is surrounded by other tourist sites, such as Borujerdi House).

Maranjab Desert)  With huge sand dunes, a salt lake, spectacular nights, and almost easy access, Maranjab is one of the most popular deserts in Iran).

Day 16: Kashan – Nushabad Underground City, Qom holy city, Tehran

By car (4 hours)

Unearth the mysteries of the ancient Nushabad Underground City, with tunnels dating back 1,500 years. Then, pay a visit to the revered Qom Holy City, a significant pilgrimage destination for Muslims. Finally, arrive in Tehran, the bustling capital of Iran.

Day 17: Tehran – full-day city tour – Airport transfer in the evening

By car (1 and a half hours)

Conclude your extraordinary journey with a full-day tour of Tehran’s vibrant landmarks, including the Golestan Palace and the National Museum of Iran, showcasing the nation’s history and culture. In the evening, we bid you farewell with an airport transfer.

Golestan Palace (Golestan Palace is located in the heart and historic core of Tehran. The palace complex is one of the oldest in Tehran).

the National Museum of Iran (National Museum of Iran is the first choice of travelers, who have an interest in archeology and history, and the main museum of Tehran).



Услуга включена

  • Accommodation
  • Airport Transfer
  • Breakfast
  • Guide
  • Insurance
  • Lunch
  • Transport


  • City Tours

Получить вопрос?

Powered by WordPress Inspiro WordPress Theme by WPZOOM