Iran Tour from Saudi Arabia
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Saudi citizens embarking on a tour to Iran will find a rich tapestry of shared religious heritage and cultural exchanges, deepening the historical bonds between these two great civilizations.

Exploring the ancient cities of Persepolis and Shiraz offers Saudi tourists a glimpse into the region's pre-Islamic history, providing a deeper understanding of the complex tapestry that defines our shared Middle Eastern heritage.

For Saudis, Iran's diverse culinary landscape presents an exciting adventure, where traditional flavors and dishes offer a new perspective on the rich gastronomy that characterizes the Persian Gulf region.

Saudi pilgrims visiting Iran's sacred sites will experience a spiritual journey that resonates with their own Islamic faith, creating moments of reflection and connection in the heart of Persia.

Let's Go Iran offers you to 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 landing in Tehran, Saudi visitors are welcomed and transferred to their hotel, beginning their journey with a half-day tour to explore Tehran's rich history at the Archaeological, Glass, and Carpet museums. These sites offer an insight into Iran's deep-rooted civilization, echoing the historical depth found in Saudi Arabia. The evening concludes with a flight to Shiraz, setting the stage for exploring Iran's cultural heartland.

Day 2: Exploring Shiraz

Shiraz unfolds its beauty to Saudi tourists through visits to the Eram Garden, Nasir al-Molk Mosque, and Narenjestan Palace, reflecting the shared appreciation for Islamic architecture and gardens. The day is enriched by exploring the tombs of renowned poets Hafez and Saadi, and the Zand complex, ending at the spiritually significant Shah-e-Cheragh Shrine. These visits underscore the deep literary and religious ties between the Persian and Arab worlds.

Day 3: From Shiraz to Yazd via Persepolis

The journey continues early morning to the majestic ruins of Persepolis, Naghsh-e Rustam, Naghsh-e Rajab, and Pasargadae, offering Saudi travelers a glimpse into Iran's imperial past, reminiscent of the ancient Arabian kingdoms. En route to Yazd, a stop at a 4500-year-old cypress tree symbolizes the ancient connections between our lands. Overnight in Yazd, a city of windcatchers and a testament to human adaptation.

Day 4: Yazd's Ancient Faith

A full day in Yazd introduces Saudi citizens to the Zoroastrian Towers of Silence and the Fire Temple, highlighting the pre-Islamic history shared across the region. The afternoon is spent exploring the Amirchakhmaq mosque, bazaar, and Water Museum, showcasing Yazd's architectural and cultural resilience.

Day 5: Yazd to Esfahan

Traveling to Esfahan, the journey takes Saudi visitors through Meybod and Naein, where they explore the pigeon tower, Narin castle, and a cotton waving workshop, reflecting the intricate craftwork shared with Saudi heritage. The day concludes with a visit to the Jame mosque in Naein, an architectural marvel, before overnighting in Esfahan.

Day 6: The Splendor of Esfahan

Esfahan greets Saudi tourists with its unmatched beauty, from Imam Square to Ali Qapu Palace, Sheikh Lotfollah, and Imam Mosques, culminating in visits to Chehel Sotoun Palace and the vibrant bazaar. The evening's stroll by Sio-se-Pol and Khaju bridges, followed by a visit to Zoorkhaneh, offers a glimpse into Iran's traditional sports, echoing the region's shared cultural practices. Overnight in Esfahan.

Day 7: Final Discoveries in Esfahan

A morning tour of Esfahan includes the Vank Cathedral in the Armenian Jolfa district and the Jame Mosque, showcasing the city's religious diversity and architectural grandeur. The afternoon drive back to Tehran provides a moment to reflect on the journey's rich tapestry of shared history and cultural connections.

Day 8: Departure from Tehran

Saudi travelers are escorted to Tehran International Airport for their return flight, concluding a journey that not only explored the depths of Persian culture and history but also highlighted the historical and cultural bridges between Saudi Arabia 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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