Tours to Iran by local experts
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Whether you want to stay in traditional or boutique or luxurious accommodation, have a passion for history, culture, locals' life, nature, or adventure or you're planning a trip for a special occasion like a honeymoon, we can create a flexible itinerary to match your interests and tastes.
Lots of extra activities
Get familiar with local life and leave something behind. Activities Like learning how to weave carpets or cook Persian food, joining kids in a school, planting a tree, visiting some charities, learning to play a Persian musical instrument, enjoying a sports event like a football match which is incredibly popular in Iran, also attending a concert would be a great social experience.
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Iran is home to one of the world’s oldest living civilizations. When it comes to UNESCO-registered World Heritage Sites, Iran can boast an impressive 23 registered cultural sites consisting of Palaces, bazaars, places of worship, ancient water systems...
British traveler, art critic, and author, Robert Byron:
“Rank Esfahan among those rare places, like Athens or Rome, which are the common refreshment of humanity”.
American chef, author, and television personality, Anthony Bourdain:
“It wasn’t supposed to be like this — of all the places, of all the countries, all the years of traveling, it’s here, in Iran, that I am greeted most warmly by total strangers.”
If anything, all that Iranians can be accused of is excessive hospitality. Your experience with people will be the highlight of your trip.
Iran is a country with a dazzling variety of natural attractions, including mountains, lakes, caves, forests, rare plant and animal species, mineral waters and numerous islands on its southern and northern beaches.
Considered as one of the world’s top five countries in terms of biodiversity, Iran is home to 519 bird species, 172 mammal species, 199 reptile species, 20 species of amphibians, 173 species of fish and 9,000 distinctive plant species.
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Iran is a versatile country suited for a tailored journey. Please be in touch.
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Tabriz is the capital city of East Azerbaijan province. Tabriz is the third-largest city of Iran after Tehran and Mashhad. Since the city is located in the mountainous region it has mild summer and very cold winter. Tabriz is known as the city of the firsts, a city without beggars, city of underpass and overpass, the safest city of Iran, second industrial city of Iran, the second city of the university in Iran, city of chocolate, the center of Automotive industry of Iran, and one of the most important cities of Iran in terms of accepting immigrants.
Rasht is the largest and most populous city in the north of Iran. It is the capital city of Gilan Province and the majority of Gilaks live there. Rasht is the third most visited city in Iran. People of Rasht speak different dialects of the Gilaki language. Most of the year Rasht is rainy, especially in Mehr and Aban months (October and November), and the city is called “City of Rain “.
Traveling is one of the most important parts of people’s life. We, in any situation and at any age, should consider fun and peace of mind as a vital part of our life. Nowadays, Travelling is getting changed into a kind of lifestyle for the new generation of tourists. They would like to experience new things, involve more in educational, emotional, social people’s daily life. They prefer to go beyond the boundaries of visiting historical and natural monuments, and they would like to get a deeper understanding of the destination society.
Tehran > Hamedan > Kermanshah > Kashan > Esfehan > Shiraz > Yazd > Kerman > Tehran
Join this group of Aussies for the second time touring Iran. Enjoy history and culture, living with locals, and taste their food the way they do it. Partnered up with our lovely colleagues at Gypsian Boutique Tours in Australia.
Details: Iran Tour for Australians | Travel to Iran from Australia
Tehran > Shiraz > Abarkooh > Yazd > Isfahan > Kashan
To help our customers book astonishing, getaways to the best all-inclusive packages at outlet rates. After some destination research, we have made this tour according to different tastes.
Mashhad > Sari > Ramsar > Masooleh
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.
Spas (mineral water) as a fantastic phenomenon because of cerement characteristics, 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.-
Tehran > Ramsar > Masooleh > Sarein > Ardabil
Greenness at its best, take a tour of amazing nature in the North of Iran. Visiting local villages and enjoying the traditional life from the inside. Spending time with locals while enjoying the weather and scenery.
Relaxing in mesmerizing nature of Iran in the summertime and enjoying the beautiful weather in Yilaq which means a place where you live in the summer.
Iran Travel FAQ
Is it safe to travel to Iran now?
In general, Iran is much safer than many from the West might believe. Most people are genuinely friendly and interested to know about you and your country, so leave aside your preconceptions and come with an open mind.
Iran is still a relatively low-crime country, although thefts and muggings have been on the increase in recent years. Keep your wits about you, and take the usual precautions against pickpockets in crowded bazaars and buses, for sure much safer than any other touristic city.
Ignore the media hype, your chances of facing anti-Western sentiment as a traveler are none. Even hardline Iranians make a clear distinction between the Western governments they distrust and individual travelers who visit their country.
Is it possible to use a credit card in Iran?
No. It is not possible. Because of the sanction against Iranian banks, you are not able to use a credit card in Iran so you need to bring cash with you. Alight there are some new solutions for you to open an account and have a local card.
When is the best time to visit Iran?
March, April, and May are in the peak season of the year. Persian New Year starts on March 21st, or 22nd. There are many travelers not just from Iran but also from all over the world who are eager to see Persian ceremonies and the like.
For those who like to have a more relaxing time and to stay in cozy places and a more affordable fee, quiet sights, more relaxing time, and less hustle and bustle visits, we do recommend June, July, and August.
Is there any limitation on travel to Iran as an unmarried couple?
No, do not worry at all. There is no limitation for unmarried couples to travel to Iran. They can stay at the hotel in the same room without any problem because the hotel won’t ask about your relationship.
What to wear in Iran?
Obeying Islamic rules including Hijab or Islamic dress code is necessary for Iran. However, these rules are not observed very strictly, especially for tourists and foreigners. You must not worry about maintaining your hijab since in times you have forgotten about it, the maximum penalty will be a request (usually in a kind way) to make it correct.
Is there Internet access in Iran?
Internet access is pretty good with lots of coverage everywhere and for sure cheap. All the hotels, restaurants, and cafes+ in Iran have WIFI so you can access the Internet when you are at your hotel in all cities.
Additionally, Let’s go Iran will give you an Iranian sim card upon your arrival. This way, you will have Internet access in the streets during your tour. If your data is finished, you can ask your guide to help you to recharge it.
Please keep in mind a point regarding the social Apps (Media) in Iran: You can use What's app, Linkedin, and Instagram in Iran easily and without any restrictions. BUT Facebook, Telegram, and Twitter are blocked in Iran. To use them, you need to install apps to bypass the filtering.
What are the extra costs you need to pay during your trip to Iran?
The entrance fee is approximately 1 to 10 US$ per person for each site. Some sites are less expensive and some sites are more expensive.
A very good traditional meal in a good restaurant is almost 7 US$ per person,
You are able to bring your money in Euro or Dollars and exchange your money in the reliable exchange offices in main cities, and at the airports.
Please notice that it is not necessary to pay tips to the persons who meet during your trip in Iran, but if you are interested to pay tips to them, you can pay 10 US$ per day
What can I buy as a souvenir in Iran? Can I buy souvenirs like Persian rugs in Iran?
Because of the rich culture of Iran, you can find various handicrafts there. You will have many options to choose as a souvenir in each city in Iran such as Iranian rugs, saffron, pistachios, and handmade crafts.