Iran Desert Tour in Zein-o-din Caravanserai | Let's Go Iran
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13 Days

Choose this tour for a bit of adventure beside the usual historical path visiting desert and nomads.

 

Itinerary in details: 

 

Day 1: Tehran

Arrival in Tehran, transfer to the hotel, based on your arrival time have a tour of Tehran to visit the Golestan Palace and The Grand Bazaar of Tehran. Overnight Tehran.

Day 2: Tehran-Shiraz

In the morning fly to Shiraz. Tour of Shiraz to visit Nasiralmolk mosque, Narenjestan Garden, Vakil complex consists of Bazaar, bathhouse, citadel, mosque, and Eram garden. In the afternoon visit Ali-ebne Hamze shrine. Overnight Shiraz.

Day 3: Persepolis-Necropolis-Meymand

In the morning drive to Meymand Rocky village. In route visit Persepolis and Necropolis. Meymand is 1000 years old village with human-made caves that are used for accommodation. Overnight in Meymand.

Day 4: Kerman-Shahdad dessert- Shafi Abad village

In the morning drive to Kerman. Half-day tour of Kerman to visit the Ganjali Khan Complex consists of Bazaar and old bath. In the afternoon go toward Shahdad. Visit the Kaluts before sunset. Overnight has a camp or stays in a traditional house of Shafi Abad village in the border of Lut desert.

Day 5: Mahan-Rayen-Kerman

Drive to Mahan to visit Prince garden and Shah Nematollah vali shrine, Suffid poet. Then visit the second biggest mud citadel in the world, Rayen citadel. Then drive to Kerman. Overnight Kerman.

Day 6: Kerman-Zeinodin-Saryazd-Mehriz-Yazd

In the morning drive to Yazd.In route visit Zeinodin caravanserai. Then drive to Saryazd to visit Saryazd citadel with the 1700-year-old belongs to Sassanid Empire, Jame mosque and then that’s the time to visit Pahlavan pour garden in Mehriz. Overnight Yazd.

Day 7: Yazd

Tour of Yazd to Visit the Zoroastrian Towers of Silence and Fire Temple, Zoroastrian museum, then the local famous Jameh mosque and Mir-Chakhmaq Complex consists of a mosque, Bazaar. In the afternoon visit Dowlat Abad garden. Overnight Yazd.

Day 8: Garmeh-Mesr village-Mesr dessert-Khour

In the morning drive to Garme village, visit Palm groves there. Then drive to Mesr village, After visiting the salt lake and Salty crystal that is called Polygon near the lake, continue the tour to watch the unforgettable sunset from the top of the sandhills of dessert. Overnight in Khour.

Day 9: Khour-Naein-Isfahan

In the morning drive to Isfahan via Naein. Visit Naein historical texture and Jame mosque, cotton weaving workshop. Overnight Isfahan.

Day 10: Isfahan

Tour of Isfahan to visit Imam Square consist of Imam Mosque, Sheiklotfollah mosque, Bazaar, A’li Ghapu palace, Chehelsotun palace. At night visit Khaju and Siose pol bridges. Overnight Isfahan.

Day 11: Isfahan-Kashan

Half-day tour of Isfahan to visit Vank Cathedral in Jolfa area, Jame mosque. Then drive to Kashan to visit Tabatabaie Houses, Fin Garden, and Aghabozorg Mosque, Overnight Kashan.

Day 12: Kashan-Maranjab

In the morning, after eating breakfast, you will have a half-day tour in Kashan. Then, you will drive toward Maranjab. 

Day 13: Depart

Transfer to Tehran Intl. airport for your return flight.

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