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iran deserts tour

Iran Deserts Tour

11 days from 2399 USD.

You are going to experience different deserts of Iran, with different climates, temperatures, cultures, people and customs. Iran deserts, if not the best, but is one of the best deserts of the world. A cultural, eco and recreational tour it is.

This itinerary is designed to give you a flavour of what is possible.

  • We can tailor this trip to suit your specific requirements
  • Any aspect of the itinerary can be altered, from excursions to accommodation
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Highlights of this Itinerary

  • Hiking in the best deserts of world
  • Visit traditional bath and ancient mosques
  • Visit ancient religious schools called Madras
  • Camel riding in the desert
  • Visit traditional irrigation system called Qanat
  • Visit working water mills
  • Visit farms of saffron and pomegranate

Tour Includes

  • A/C coach
  • Full professional English-speaking incoming tour guide
  • Accommodations and breakfast
  • Wifi through journey
  • All lunches and dinners (F/B)
  • Mineral water, tea, coffee and sweats
  • Iran travel insurance
  • Iran visa reference number
  • All entrances

Day by day

Day 1

Tehran, Tehran

Guide will welcome you and the group will be transferred to the hotel. Taking some rest then go through the city and explore it.

Accommodation: Hotel 4 or 5*

Day 2

Damghan, Damghan

En route visit the caravanserai of Deh-Namak, then Friday mosque of Semnan, continue driving to Damghan to visit Friday mosque there and Tarikhane that is second oldest mosque of Iran.

Accommodation: Damghan 3* Top Hotel

Day 3

through the desert, Desert Local House

Driving through the desert and visit different landscapes, flora and villages like Moaleman and Jandaq. Having lunch in a local house in desert, then go to Mesr deset for camel riding.

Accommodation: Desert Local House

Day 4

Yazd, Yazd

Driving through desert and visit Kharanaq and its shaking minaret. Then, continue toward Chak-Chak, it is a famous Zoroastrian site.

Accommodation: Traditional Hotel in Yazd

Day 5

City Tour of Yazd, Yazd

Visiting water museum, Friday mosque, Fire Temple, walking in traditional neighborhood -houses built by adobe- and leave Yazd.

Accommodation: Traditional Hotel in Yazd

Day 6

Meymand Village, Zein Oldin caravanserai

En route visit Sare Yazd village in the desert and a citadel of Sassanid (4th. century) era. Visiting Meymand village (12000 year old village) then go to caravanserai.

Accommodation: Zein Oldin caravanserai

Day 7

Kerman, Kerman

Today is more cultural. Visiting Baghe Shahzade (Garden) of 19th century, Rayen citadel of Sassanid period and mausoleum of Shah Nematolah (Sufism).

Accommodation: Hotel 4 or 5*

Day 8

City Tour of Kerman, Shahdad Desert, Kerman

Visit Bazar and Jebelieh dome of Kerman, Drive to desert which is the hottest part of the world (reaches to almost 60 centigrade degrees). It is located in Kavire Lout of Iran.

Accommodation: Hotel 4 or 5*

Day 9

Ferdows. Ferdows

Drive for Ferdows. A city with Madras, sandy desert and Friday mosque plus saffron. It is an almost 600 kilometer driving through the desert to explore desert caravanserais, climate and etc.

Accommodation: Emad Nezam Traditional Hotel

Day 10

Experience desert life, Ferdows

Explore the aquatic mill, sandy desert, ancient bath, saffron and pomegranate farms and etc.

Accommodation: Emad Nezam Traditional Hotel

Day 11

Mashhad, Flight from international airport

Drive toward Mashhad through a desert road that joint to a mountainous road. Reach at Mashhad and visit the holy shrine of 8 Shiite Imam. Nadir Shah`s mausoleum is visited and take the flight back by Qatar or Turkish or Emirate Air Lines.

Accommodation: -

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After you've booked, you can call your specialist as and when with any last questions about your trip. We'll give you a call a few days before you travel to go through your itinerary one last time. We'll also catch up with you when you're back.

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Do I have to travel on certain dates?

Because all of our trips are tailor-made, you can depart on any date you wish (depending on flights) and for as long as you wish.
The itineraries provided on our website are suggestions only and you can change any aspect to suit your tastes and budget. Our specialist team at getiranvisa.com will be able to provide advice and answer your questions.

Will I be travelling as part of a group?

No, our tailor-made trips are arranged on an individual basis. This means you are not tied to the wishes of a group and can arrange your itinerary at your own pace.

How should I pay my tour expenses?

After fixing your itinerary, you have to pay a deposit in advance to confirm your booking. We will send you our international bank account info so you can easily transfer it. You will also pay the remaining in cache upon arrival to Iran.

Do your tours include international flights?

We recommend you to book international flights from origin as it is always cheaper. Anyways, we are ready to book international flights on your request.

What is Iran dress code for men and women?

When traveling to Iran, women and men often have questions about how to dress. Although Iran has an Islamic government, it does never oblige arrivals to have strict hijab. Hijab in Iran means putting scarf, covering the body and legs.
These are just three principles that have to be taken into account. Scarf is to cover the hair means ladies` hair must be covered in public places. Covering body is the other rule means almost non-tight clothes for women, and not bared arms. A dress, manteaux or a gown like coat are a suitable choice without no problem.
Legs should be covered down to knees. The dress code for men says they are not allowed wearing shorts and non-sleeve (T) shirts in public. There is never a real problematic point in Iran dressing code of ethics. There is an absolute freedom of choice for color or material of clothes. The sentence saying ladies are obliged to use dark color clothes is propaganda.

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