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Thanks to its numerous highly equipped hospitals with specialist personnel and skilled physicians, Iran is a popular destination for health and medical tourists. Medical costs are much lower in Iran compared to other Persian Gulf littoral states and Central Asia--not to mention the higher standards of medical services and equipment here.

Iran is also one of the hub tourism in nature therapy tourism in recent decades. 

Spas (mineral water) as a fantastic phenomenon because of cerement characteristic, has always been interesting for tourists, especially in Iran. Every year thousands of tourists come to Iran to take bath in Iran mineral water pool for different diseases, like skin diseases, nervous calmative and etc.-

Iran Health Tourism

If you are looking for traveling to Iran for a medical purpose, you need to get a treatment visa.

Services We Provide: 

  • Booking time from Iran's Hospital
  • Getting appointments from doctors
  • Reservation of hotels near the hospitals
  • Multi-lingual Translators
  • Welcome services for patients and transfer to hospitals and hotels
  • Ticketing
  • Visa

Who can apply for a T-medical visa? 

Those people are patients with physical illnesses.

Those who wish to travel to Iran for cosmetic procedures like a nose job, hair transplant, dental implant,different types of eye surgery, and weight loss surgery, facelifts treatment of infertility, Organ transplantation, Cancer, and so on.

Nature Therapy:

Due to the high natural attractions, Iran has a lot of potential in the field of nature therapy tourism such as Hydrotherapy, Sludge therapy, Mud therapy, and ...

The Best places for those people who are looking for Natural therapies:

One of the unique places of Iran in Health & Medical tourism is Urmia salt lake. Sludge of the Lake Urmia with its abundant mineral salts and various organic matter can be the best way to treat many diseases such as skin and rheumatic diseases, psychosomatic diseases, Gynecological diseases, and many other diseases are effective.

In Iran, there are more than one thousand Spas that are useful to treat diseases such as nerves, gastrointestinal tract, anemia, etc.

And Mud therapy is another kind of treatment that helps you to cure skin diseases by mud volcanoes which can find on the southern and northern beaches of Iran.

The Salt Domes:

These salt domes and caves play an important role in the treatment of diseases such as allergies, bronchitis, hypothyroidism, heart disease, hypertension, skin diseases, neurological diseases, and stress. There are Natural and beautiful salt caves in the provinces of Azerbaijan, Semnan, Qom, Kerman, Yazd, and especially the salt caves of the Persian Gulf and southern regions of Iran

Spas in Khalkhal:

This spa has its own fans and is useful for joint pains, rheumatism, and muscle pains. One of the advantages of this spa is its pristine nature.

 

Visa Process In Details 

 

How to get a treatment visa: 

Please find below all needed information regarding the visa process, but please do not hesitate to ask us if you need more info.  

How long does it take to get a Visa?

The treatment visa for Iran is valid for 30 days, but it can be extended if needed and according to your doctor's order.

The visa process depends on your nationality considering the needed documents are different. It may take up around 2-8 business weeks to get the visa authorization number. 

Iran Visa for American, Canadian, and British nationalities:

There are some particular regulations for visa issuance of American, Canadian, and British passport holders. These nationalities can not apply for their visa independently and do their visa process, they should contact a travel agent.
 

For more information, please contact us, we will available 24/7 to answer your concerns.

Supporting documents to apply for a Treatment - Medical  visa        

Preparing the needed documents to apply for a Treatment-Medical visa is the first step, the documents we need for those who have already gotten an approval letter from one of the authorized medical centers are: 

1. A valid passport with at least 6 months validity. ( Note: your passport must have at least 2 blank pages)

2. A picture of you in size of 4 cm in 6 cm.

3. Approval letter from one of the authorized medical centers

4. An application form (have to fill our online visa request form) must be filled by you. We have prepared an application form on our website, complete it, and then submit. (https://www.letsgoiran.com/iran-visa/iran-visa-application-form)

5. Visa service fee & Visa stamp fee

Visa Process: 

To start the process of your T-visa, you will have 3 options:

  • Apply for your visa online at https://e_visa.mfa.ir/en/https://e_visa.mfa.ir/en/
  • Refer to the nearest Iranian embassy in your country and request your treatment visa.
  • The last option is to ask a reliable agency to do everything from A to Z. Not only, is this way not tiring for you but also, it causes you to save money & time.

Getting Visa Stamp in Passport: 

When we get your authorization number, send it to you. After 3 days, you should call the Iranian embassy which is chosen by yourself to make sure they receive your visa code too. When they confirm, you need to go there, complete some other paperwork such as fill a visa collection form, deliver 2 pictures (1 in 1 inch), and your original passport, and visa stamp fee(This fee varies depending on your nationality) and finally collect your visa. 

Feel free to contact us with any further questions.

 Please be in touch with our super fast and professional team.

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