Iran Tour from Iraq
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For Iraqis, a tour to Iran is not just a visit to a neighboring country but a journey through shared stories, landscapes, and a deep cultural connection that enriches their understanding of their own heritage and that of their neighbors.

From the bustling bazaars of Tehran to the ancient ruins of Persepolis, Iraqi visitors will find common threads of history and heritage that unite these neighboring nations.

Exploring the architectural wonders of Isfahan and Yazd, Iraqis can draw parallels with their own rich Islamic heritage, deepening an appreciation for the region's shared artistic achievements.

The spiritual journey from Najaf to Mashhad, visiting sacred sites, offers Iraqi pilgrims a path of faith that transcends borders, highlighting the religious bonds that link Iraq and Iran.

The culinary journey across Iran introduces Iraqis to a palette of flavors that, while distinct, echo the rich gastronomic traditions of their homeland, fostering a delicious exploration of cultural similarities and differences.

Have a family dinner in a local house where you can experience friendly moments to eat with a local family.

On this day, you will be invited by a nice Iranian family to join them for dinner and see the daily life of Iranians.

We are also able to arrange a half-day culinary tour. This way, not only will you have the opportunity to dine with the family, but you will also enjoy home-cooked Persian food and learn about different tastes and spices used in Iranian dishes. Additionally, you will have the chance to get familiar with anything you would like to know about their Iranian cuisine, lifestyle.


Day 1: Arrival in Tehran

Upon arriving in Tehran, you will be escorted to your hotel, followed by a half-day tour exploring the capital's rich tapestry of history through its Archaeological, Glass, and Carpet museums. This introduction to Iran's culture sets the tone for your journey. In the evening, take a flight to Shiraz, the city of poets and gardens.

Day 2: Exploring Shiraz

Shiraz, a city that resonates well with Iraqis through its shared Islamic and literary heritage, awaits you. Visit the serene Eram Garden, Nasir al-Molk Mosque, and Narenjestan Palace, followed by the tombs of the revered poets Hafez and Saadi, akin to the literary giants of Iraq. Conclude your day at the Zand complex and the spiritual Shah-e-Cheragh Shrine.

Day 3: Shiraz to Yazd via Persepolis

An early drive takes you to the ancient heart of Persian civilization at Persepolis, Naghsh-e Rustam, Naghsh-e Rajab, and Pasargadae, echoing the deep-rooted history shared with Mesopotamia. Continue to Yazd, with a pause to admire a 4500-year-old cypress tree, symbolizing the ancient bond between our lands. Overnight in Yazd.

Day 4: Yazd

Yazd offers a day filled with discovery of Zoroastrian heritage at the Towers of Silence and the Fire Temple, reminiscent of the shared pre-Islamic history with Iraq. The afternoon is spent exploring the Amir Chakhmaq mosque, bazaar, and Water Museum. Yazd’s living history offers a mirror to Iraq’s own rich tapestry.

Day 5: Yazd to Esfahan

Journey to Esfahan via the historic Meybod and Naein villages. The pigeon tower, Narin castle, and a cotton weaving workshop in Naein highlight the shared artisanal crafts between our nations. Spend your night in Esfahan, a city that, like Baghdad, was once the heart of a thriving Islamic civilization.

Day 6: The Splendors of Esfahan

Esfahan’s full day tour includes Imam Square, Ali Qapu palace, Sheikh Lotfollah, and Imam Mosques, along with Chehel-Sotoun Palace, showcasing Islamic architecture that resonates with the Iraqi aesthetic. The evening walk by Sio-se-Pol and Khaju bridges and a visit to Zoorkhaneh, offers a glimpse into traditions that reflect our shared history. Overnight in Esfahan.

Day 7: Further Discoveries in Esfahan

A half-day tour of Esfahan includes the Vank Cathedral in the Jolfa area and the Jame Mosque, drawing parallels with Iraq's own religious diversity and architectural marvels. In the afternoon, return to Tehran for your final night, reflecting on the journey through a land so close yet wonderfully diverse.

Day 8: Departure from Tehran

Your journey concludes with a transfer to Tehran International Airport for your return flight, carrying with you a deeper understanding and appreciation of the shared heritage and unique beauty that binds Iraq and Iran.



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Cooking class:

Our company is based in Shiraz, we hold a culinary tour free of charge for people who are interested in culinary. On this day, my family and I will be your host in our home for the culinary tour. We start cooking together and spend some time at my home with my family and my friends.

The food we will be cooking will be traditional and chosen according to your interest and your loved ones.

Overnight stay in the desert:

We do recommend you to stay one night in the desert, it could be an unforgettable experience for you if you are ok with sleeping in the mattress and not having a private bathroom.

Carpet Workshop

We can show you some workshops running by both men and women who make traditional weaving and coloring. As you know Iran is famous for its carpet and is powerful in this industry. You will see how carpets are made and designed and colored.

Picnic in Hasht Behesht or Nazhvan

You will go to the picnic in the mid-day, you are going to go to a beautiful park called Hasht Behesht or Najvoon. You will be among many Iranian families who are spending their weekends with their children. You can experience the real weekend time in Iran and will have some tea, fruits, and snack. After a lovely lunch together, you will have a walk around the park and then you will have more free time to visit a unique place called Pigeon house where you will see a lot of birds coming to you to be fed. You can take some pictures.

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Pottery Workshop
Ghalamkari in Isfahan
Woodworking in Vakil Bazaar Shiraz
Cooking Beriooni and yogurt stew in Isfahan
Zoroastrian cooking experience in Yazd
Experience local life in Ardakan, Yazd
Experience local Qashqai life in Fars
Experience local life in Varzaneh desert
Walking experience in Derak
Experience of listening to Gilaki music in Gilan
Shopping in the market and cooking seafood in Gilan
Experience of picking and drying tea in North of Iran
Rice paddies and rice harvesting in North of Iran
Local life and coastal cooking experience In Qeshm
Overnight stay in Qeshm Geopark



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