Treasures of Ancient Persia November 2017

  • Treasures of Ancient Persia November 2017

    Tours To Iran


According to the program ,the clients arrive at Shiraz on
02/11/2017 Thursday (early morning)or 01/11/2017 Wednesday (evening/night) to Shiraz.

• 09/11/2017 Thursday From Tehran

You can start to sign up for this offer from today until 10 days before the arrival date.

Treasures of Ancient Persia November 2017

Travel ID: SO/07

This is a great journey to one of the most ancient civilizations on Earth. On this tour you will see the oldest monument in Tehran, the Golestan Complex remained from Qajar era. A visit to the authentic pieces in Tehran’s National Museum and the Glass and Ceramic Museum are planned for this tour as well. You will visit Persepolis, originally known as Parsa, the glorious ceremonial capital of Achaemenians, in Fars province. Gorgeous Persian Gardens, the tomb of great Persian poets, and the holly tranquil Shiite shrines are some of the attractions of beautiful Shiraz. In Morghab plain of Pasargadae close to Shiraz sits the lonely tomb of Cyrus the Great that we will see before heading to Isfahan. Isfahan is full of stunning mosques, palaces, and bridges. Naghsh-e Jahan Square, is the world’s second biggest square and is a UNESCO world heritage as well that we will see in this city. Then we will have a brief visit to the historic town of Natanz and historical village of Abyaneh on way to Matinabad eco-resort the first and only eco-resort in Iran. On the way to Tehran, we will see the Fin Persian Garden, listed as one of the nine Persian Gardens in the UNESCO list, and other attractions of Kashan.

Price for Package

The prices for your  Program, based on Bed and Breakfast, in shared DBL room, per pax would be as follow:


Group size Price in EURO Per pax
Minimum 02 pax 934.00

Single Supplement:  277,00 EURO

Tour Itinerary Duration

9 Days & 8 Nights

  • Shiraz
    Day 1
    Arrive to Shiraz. Our guide is waiting to greet and transfer you to hotel. Overnight in Shiraz
  • Shiraz
    Day 2

    We will begin our educational adventure with our Group Leader. Among the highlights we will see Narenjestan Garden, circa 1257 CE, Which includes richly decorated pavilion set among graceful trees.  Then we will walk to the Vakil Bazaar, originally established in the 11th century CE, one of the finest and important bazaars of historical Iran. Then visit to the tomb of Hafez, Iran’s greatest lyric poet, followed by the tomb of Sa’adi whose poems and tales are still known to every Iranian. Afterward we will take a field trip to the Arg-E Karim — Karim Khan Citadel — located in downtown of the city and named after a king of the 18th century Zand Dynasty who made this city his capital. We will learn about the citadel, King Karim Khan, and the dynasty. At the end we will visit the exterior view of Ali Ebn-e Hamze and Holy shrine of Shah Cheragh and enjoy its shining domes. Overnight in Shiraz.

    Day 3

    After checking out of the hotel, we will board the vehicle and head towards Yazd, one of the most distinctive cities in Iran, renowned for its Persian architecture. En route visit Persepolis (Takht-é Jamshid) in the heart of the fabled Persian Empire. Once one of the greatest architectural wonders of the ancient world, it was founded by Darius the Great, who made it his capital in 518 BCE. Persepolis was a treasure city and one of the richest in the world. When he conquered it in 330 BCE, Alexander the Great took possession of 2,500 tons of gold and silver in addition to other fabulous assets. One night, he and his companions were feasting and drinking. As the story goes, they decided in their drunkenness that the royal palace should be burned in revenge for the Persian destruction of Athens a century earlier. And so the jewel of Persia went up in flames. Enough remains so that we can imagine its original splendor. We will see massive statues of winged bulls, a grand stairway wide enough for five horsemen to ride abreast, elegant columns, and hundreds of carved figures. Then we will stop in Pasargadae, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to view the austere tomb of Cyrus the Great (c. 600-530 BCE). Alexander the Great paid his respects here because Cyrus was one of his role models as an ideal ruler. At night we will arrive to Yazd and check in hotel. Overnight in Yazd

    Day 4

    Today will be one of the more fascinating field trips in our program, with a local expert providing commentary. Situated in a remote area where two deserts converge, Yazd dates back to c. 3,000 BCE. It was a stop on the fabled Silk Road, but its location kept it safe from the ravages of war and destruction for centuries and so its local culture remained strong. The city is made almost entirely of adobe and mud brick. Beyond its importance as a desert “port” for trade, Yazd was one of the principal centers of the Zoroastrian religion. Zoroastrians venerate fire as a holy entity that comes from the supreme god, Ahura Mazda, and invokes truth in the hearts and minds of believers. We call their places of worship fire temples, where sacred flames were kept burning continuously. We will visit the most important remaining fire temple in Iran, Atashkadeh in Yazd. We will also see one of the so-called towers of silence where Zoroastrians took their dead to avoid contaminating the earth.  Then in afternoon the field trip goes to Bagh-E-Dolatabad, a unique octagonal house with the tallest wind tower in the city. Here we get a demonstration of the effectiveness of these towers first hand. We’ll then visit the Amir Chakhmaq complex, one of the most extraordinary in all of Iran. In addition to the distinctive 3-storey mosque, there are a number of other exceptional structures. We will also explore the renowned Yazd bazaar with its narrow, covered passages that feature products for which Iran is known including high quality textiles, carpets, sweets, nuts, and much more. When we finish visit, we take the road to Isfahan. Less than 350 km drive with frequently stops en route. After arrive to Isfahan it will be relaxing to walk in the bank of famous Zayanderoud. Overnight in Isfahan

    Day 5

    Iranians say that Isfahan, capital of the Safavid Dynasty from the 16th century on is “half the world.” Our exploration, led by a local expert, will include two of the most impressive mosques amid a myriad of remarkable sites. At the center of the city is Naqsh-e Jahan, one of the world’s biggest squares, created in the 17th century. The huge, open plaza is framed by a wall of arches and surrounded by the Masjed-e Sheikh Lotfollah and the Masjed-e Emam mosques. We will admire their magnificent architecture and tile-work. We will also walk through the Ali Qapu Palace with its enchanting music room and balcony overlooking the Maidan where the Safavid kings sat to watch polo tournaments. We will cross through Meydan and entre to the bazaar that was and is one of the most important elements of every Persian and Iranian city, sitting at the center of the neighborhood and social consciousness. The Isfahan Bazaar is one of the country’s most famous. In addition to the stalls of textile and carpet merchants, makers of jewelry and handicrafts, vendors of spices, and much more.

    Day 6

    We will check out of the hotel and begin our motorcoach journey to Matinabad. But first we get to know Isfahan even better with field trips to several memorable sites. First is the magnificent Jame Mosque with its famous Uljaytu Mihrab of the Il-Khanid Period, artistic treasure stucco densely decorated with Quranic inscriptions and continue to visit Chehel Sotun, a pavilion constructed as a reception hall for visiting dignitaries by Shah Abbas II, and Hasht Behesht, an octagonal pleasure palace built a few years later. Proceeding to Matinabad, we will meet local villagers and before we sleep, we will experience Atashouni, gathering around a campfire to enjoy a starry night.

    Day 7

    After camel riding and enjoy cycling (optional) in Matinabad, drive to Kashan—the “City of Carpets and Roses”—with a rich history and culture. After our arrival in Kashan we visit the Fin Garden. The garden is a historical Persian garden that contains Kashan’s Fin Bath. Amir Kabir, the Qajarid chancellor, was murdered by an assassin sent by King Nasereddin Shah in 1852. Completed in 1590, the Fin Garden is the oldest extant garden in Iran. Continue to Tehran and stop at the entrance of Tehran to visit Imam Khomeini mausoleum. Check in hotel and overnight in Tehran.

    Day 8

    Today we will explore Iran’s capital city — which is also its largest — with our Group Leader. Tehran has grown tremendously since it was reinstituted as the national capital and is now home to some 12 million residents. We will begin our exploration at Golestan Palace, the city’s oldest historical monument and one of the most lavish. The palace was built around a garden. Its richly ornamented interiors feature artistic styles emblematic of the Qajar dynasty — also incorporating technological advances of the 18 th century — that have continued to inspire Iranian art and architecture. The palace complex houses the Versailles-inspired, mirror encrusted Marble Throne Hall used for the coronation of the last Shah, and an Ethnographic Museum. Next, we will explore the Carpet Museum exhibits a variety of Persian carpets from all over Iran, dating from the 18th century to the present. In the evening and for the last visit, we will go to Milad tower. A multi-purpose tower which gives you skyline view of Tehran. The last landscape of Tehran will be memorable of above. Overnight in Tehran.

    Day 9
    Early morning hotel check out and group transfer to airport for flight back home.
Iran tour for 2017 holiday

Tours to Iran


  • If your arrival flight lands in other cities, we would provide you, a domestic flight to catch up with the rest of the group.
  • According to attached program ,the clients arrive at shiraz
  • 02/11/2017 Thursday (early morning)/ 01/11/2017 Wednesday (evening/night) to Shiraz
  • This fix departure includes bed and breakfast.
  • The transfer IN or OUT will be with Persian speaking driver
  • The supplement of Transfer IN / based on 02 pax / Persian speaking driver is 00 euros / per pax ( one way )
  • The supplement of Transfer OUT / based on 02 pax / Persian speaking driver is 00 euros / per pax ( one way )
  • The price of one night ACC +breakfast / in DBL room / In Tehran is 64.00 euros / per pax if the clients depart after
  • 09/11/2017 Thursday From Tehran
  • The price of one night ACC +breakfast / in SGL  room / In Tehran is 125.00 euros / per pax if the clients depart after
  • 09/11/2017 Thursday From Tehra
  • The price of one night ACC +breakfast / in DBL room / In shiraz  is 50.00 euros / per pax if the clients Arrive before
  • 02/11/2017 Thursday to Shiraz
  • The price of one night ACC +breakfast / in SGL  room / In shiraz  is 100.00 euros / per pax if the clients Arrive before
  • 02/11/2017 Thursday to Shiraz
  • In Matin Abaad Eco-Camp you could stay in a room or if you are interested you could stay in an equipped tent.

Tour highlight

  • Milad tower
  • Golestan Complex
  • Narenjestan or Eram garden
  • Tomb of Hafez
  • Nasir ol Mold mosque (Pink mosque)
  • Karim Khan Citadel
  • Persepolis & Naghsh-e Rostam
  • Pasargadae
  • Dowlat Abad garden
  • Jame Mosque in Yazd
  • Amirchakhmagh Complex
  • Tower of silence
  • Boroujerdi house
  • Imam square with Imam and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
  • Alighapou palace
  • Chehel Sotoun Palace
  • Fin garden

Included services

  • Visa
  • Transport
  • Tour guide
  • Accommodation

The prices include

The prices for your  Program, based on Bed and Breakfast, in shared DBL room, per pax would be as follow:

Group size Price in EURO Per pax
Minimum 02 pax 934.00

Single Supplement:  277,00 EURO

 Hotels for each city

Tourist class ⊗                                   DBL ⊗                               B/B ⊗


City Hotel
Tehran Asareh / Mashhad/ Kowsar 3*/4*
Shiraz Parseh / Ario / Karim khan  3*/4*
Yazd Daad/ Moshir/ Mehr 3*/4*
Isfahan Pirouzi/ Setareh / Sheikh Bahaii 3*/4*
Matin Abaad Room in Matin Abaad Eco-camp

Land Transportation


VAN (3-5 Pax)

MINI–Bus (06-09 Pax)

MIDDEL– Bus (10-14 Pax)


  • Tour guide ( English Specking guide)
Visa processing  in Iran 

Visa stamp Fee □

* In Iran’s abroad embassy or consuls

  • Entrance fees according to program
  • Tip and portages in restaurants and hotels

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Tour Code: SO/07

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