Persian Gulf Journey Tour

14 Days Tour of Iran

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Tour Route:

Tehran (256 km Drive) Kashan (262 km Drive) Isfahan (124 km drive) Yazd (456 km drive) Shiraz  (1 Hour Flight) Qeshm Island (1:30 Hour Flight) Tehran

Overview

Persian Gulf Journey is a 14 days tour of Iran to take you to Qeshm Island beauties in the Persian Gulf and must-visit cities in Iran as Tehran, Kashan, Abyaneh, Isfahan, Yazd, and Shiraz. With this Iran Travel Package, you will get deep into the enriched history of Persian people and culture. A vast range of different Iranian locals and tribes are to visit too. Also, as you are traveling with the Persian Gulf Journey to the different cities in Iran you are to taste locals Persian cuisine. A very top highlight of this tour is going to the islands on the Persian Gulf and see the local life and culture even up close.

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Tour Itinerary

You will most likely arrive in Iran in the midnight or early morning of the following day according to the most international flight schedules heading to Iran. Most probably, your arrival should be in the next morning. This day will not be counted as one of your tour’s day, but we need to keep your room booked to rest upon arrival in Iran.

You had just left home to Iran

Hello Iran.
Arrival in IKIA, Tehran Iran.
You will be greeted at the airport by your guide and driver and transfer to your designated hotel. Have some hour rest and get ready to start exploring Iran from Tehran.
Walk along with the history in National Museum of Iran. Feel the society in person by walking in Tehran Grand Bazaar and visit the Golestan Palace Complex which is the house of amazing tile works. Can you imagine how big the biggest pink diamond in the world is? Find it out in Iran National Jewelry Museum.

Attractions: National Museum of Iran, The Golestan Palace Complex (Main Entry & Mirror Palace OnLy) , Treasury of National Jewels, Tehran Bazaar

Ready to leave Tehran and explore the enriched Iranian culture from cities to the small villages. Qom, Iran’s Vatican, considered the second holiest city in Iran cause of having is our first stop to visit Fatima Masumeh Shrine. The city is home to high ranked Shiite scholars and Shiite students from 100 countries are studying Shiite religion there. You will visit the shrine and have a short meet with the Clergies who speak different languages.
You will go to Kashan next where is more known for its historical mansions than its carpet and its material such as silk. Tabatabaei Natanzi Historical House is one very good example of such mansions to show you an Iranian lifestyle and richness by 19 centuries, visit the house in detail one behalf of all historical houses in Kashan. Every house has lots of similarities but unique styles and highlights as Broujerdiha Historical House are unique for its ceiling painting and roof. Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse with good use of the sun in the ceiling to heat and get light into the bath provides. The best view over the beauty of the Broujerdiha historical house on the horizon of Zagros mountain at the back.

Have an evening walk and feel the society even more close in Bazaar of Kashan.

Attractions: Fatima Masumeh Shrine, Tabatabaei Natanzi Historical House, Broujerdiha Historical House, Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse, Bazaar of Kashan

Good morning; ready for your great day. before leaving Kashan you will Agha Bozorg Mosque as one of the still practicing Madrassa for religious students, a good chance to see how the students think, they are open to talk. Fin Garden, World Heritage, is your last attraction before going to Iranian red village; Abyaneh, a village in the mountain with red houses and rich culture.
Locals in Abyaneh have very colorful clothing with their charm sense of humor.

Have a night walk in the village and enjoy silence there.

Attractions: Agha Bozorg Mosque, Fin Garden, Abyaneh Village

Let’s go to Isfahan or the so-called “Esfahan”, where you will enjoy the most. Check-in your hotel and get ready to explore its beauty.
Isfahan’s beauty is being compared as “Half of the World” due to the magnificent Naghshe Jahan Square; the second largest square in the world.
Visiting the best of architectural buildings such as Imam Mosque (also called, Shah Mosque & Jameh Abbasi Mosque), Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Aali Qapu Palace, and Qeysariye Bazaar familiarize you with Safavid’s mentality. The vast square is to walk and enjoy the best.

Attractions: Naghshe Jahan Square, Shah Mosque, Sheikh Lotfolla Mosque, Qeysariye Bazaar

Chehel Sotoon Museum Palace as one of the most outstanding Persian Garden palaces is to visit and get to know with the art of miniature. Jameh Mosque of Isfahan as the mosque of Islamic Iranian architecture and calligraphy to be visited in the morning after checking out your hotel. Before leaving Isfahan, you will visit Vank Armenian Cathedral in Jolfa district, you will love the atmosphere and painting inside the church.

The evening is inspiring having along the river as most Isfahani does. Sio Se pol and Khaju Bridges are to visit while having a walk there.
Are you a fan of folk music? Under Khaju Bridge, most locals gather and sing traditional songs.

Attraction: Chehel Sotoon Musuem Palace, Jameh Mosque of Isfahan, Vank Church, Sio Se Pol Bridge, Khaju Bridge 

You are heading the World Heritage city of Yazd, the world’s largest mud-brick constructed city. The city and its people are known for their traditional style of living, where from centuries ago people strived on saving water by creating different useful construction to save water.
A breaking stop in Naein and visiting one of the oldest mosques “Jameh Mosque of Naein” in Iran.
Arrive in Yazd, check-in your hotel, and visit  
Zurkhaneh, the traditional Iranian’s gym is our last program to do.

Attractions: Kilim Workshop, Jameh Mosque of Naein, Zurkhaneh

Do you know the secrets of living in the desert, the way people of Yazd have used them to preserve themselves? By visiting different sites in Yazd, the secrets will be revealed. It is all about water; how to use, save, and keep it fresh in the desert, we will go to visit the Water Museum, Water Reservoir, and the Wind Towers.
Yazd is not only a religious city for Muslims but also it is the most important Iranian city nowadays for the Zoroaster’s. As the center of Zoroaster’s, we will pay a visit to Fire Temple and Towers of Silence.

Don’t miss the amazing Jameh Mosque of Yazd.

Attractions: Yazd Atashkadeh (Zoroastrian Temple), Zoroastrian Towers of Silence, Jameh Mosque of Yazd, Water Museum, Wind Towers, Water Reservoir

Let’s go Shiraz. On your way there Achaemenids founder (Cyrus The Great) tomb and his palaces in Pasargadae; World Heritage, are to visit.
In Shiraz there are lots of cafes, people after working hours have their evening there. Why not try them and get more in touch with locals.

Attractions: Pasargadae

Time to explore Shiraz and get to feel a great sample of Persian Paradise gardens like ERAM GARDEN. Join the time machine to go back to the 18th century when Karim Khan Zand ruled over Iran from Shiraz: Arg-e Karim Khan (citadel of Karim Khan), Vakil Bazaar, and Saraye Moshir are to visit.
Later in the afternoon, you will visit the universal known Persian Pink Mosque; Nasir al-Mulk (Pink) Mosque. The evening will be inspiring in Shah Cheragh Holy Shrine to get to know more of Shiite Muslim culture.

Attractions: Eram Garden, Castle of Karim Khan, Vakil Bazaar, Saraye Moshir,  Nasir al-Mulk mosque, Shah Cheragh Shrine

You will experience a great day in the World Heritage Persepolis (WorldHeritage) standing 2500 years in the world’s history. You will have the chance to visit the smallest details, reliefs, and the greatest of sculptures in your visit to the Persepolis and the Necropolis (Naqsh-e Rostam). After your visits there you will have lunch in a relax cool restaurant with more than half a century experience “Laneh Tavoos restaurant”.
Return to Shiraz, take shower and have a great evening in the most known Persian poet mausoleum, Hafez.

A Persian food in Haft Khan restaurant is highly recommended for your last night in Shiraz.

Attractions: Persepolis, Naqsh-e Rustam, Hafez Mausoleum

Ready to go Qeshm Island, take a morning flight there. On arrival you will explore the island, climb up to one of the small plateaux and look out over the Persian Gulf, there are many wild gazelles living on the island and you may see some of them. Early morning sees you heading out on the Persian Gulf to Hengam Island, a small and wild island 1km away. Descending back towards the sea keep an eye out for the turtles that often frequent the rocky coast. One of the spectacular, beautiful, and memorable places is the Khorbas Cave, which, with its great rock architecture, narrates the history of this border and canvas.

Attractions: Qeshm Island, Hengam Island, Khorbas Cave

Qeshm resort Island is one of the best Iran family beach resorts which homes a lot of unique species and owns many natural and geological wonders such as Qeshm Geopark and Mangrove forest.
Visiting Chahkooh Canyon, you will appreciate the natural beauty on the Island.
Have a boat ride on the Persian Gulf and visit Hara Forest. The evening is very inspiring catching the sunset at the Stars Valley. Qeshm Island is a real masterpiece for nature lovers combine with delicious Iranian local seafood you can visit.

Attractions: Mangrove forest, Chahkooh Canyon, Hara Forest, Stars Valley

Wake up at the coast of the Persian Gulf, have your breakfast and get ready to take a flight back to Tehran and have your day in Tehran.
In Tehran, check-in your hotel and have your day maybe visiting some more attractions as the Ceramic and Glass museum.

Attractions: Ceramic and Glass museum

Either you stay in a hotel in IKIA (Imam Khomeini International Airport is located 50 KM outside Tehran) or Tehran city, we will help you with an airport transfer.
Say goodbye to Iran land of hospitality and we look forward to seeing you again.
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Included Tour Services

Accommodations

Budget, Standard or Superior

Free Visa Support

Invitation Letter & Visa Grant Notice

Daily Services

Bed & Breakfast + 1 Dinner

Professional Driver

at your service

Professional Guide

we speak your language

Daily Refreshments

tea, coffee, Nescafe, mineral water

Transportation

private at your disposal

Free Local Sim Card

+ 1-week internet

Domestic Flight

Shiraz - Qeshm Island | Qeshm Island - Tehran

Optional Services

Once going on an Iran trip with Behinburg tours we can take care of entry tickets for attractions, museums, and monuments at your request and agreement of paying its cost one your behalf.

The total cost of the entrance fee for this trip is USD $ 100. 00

we leave payment of lunch and dinner to you by default; though for sure, you will get always advice from our guides and staff about Persian rich cuisine, restaurants, café and etc. BUT we will be more than happy to do it all by ourselves, as an optional service, if you agree to pay its charges, it will be included in your Iran tour package.

The daily charge is USD $ 20. 00 for both meals per person 

Excluded Services

For the nationals who need a visa to Iran, there is a direct payment fee to the Iranian government so-called “visa collection fee”, as an Iran traveler you will pay the amount at the embassy or international airport where you will collect your stamp the visa in your passport.

Visa collection fee varies for different nationals

In traveling to Iran travelers should take care of their own international flights and keep share their flight schedule with Behinburg Tours staff.

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