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Bon voyage! Today you are off on your exciting tour with IranHRC, as you board your flight to Shiraz, one of the biggest cities of Iran. On arrival, you will be greeted by your friendly tour leader outside the baggage hall. We shall then proceed to your hotel and check-in. You will stay at Hotel overnight.
Full day excursion to Firuzabad to see Qashqai nomads. You spend time in their tent, get to know their way of living & food making, hike around in the area and enjoy the nature. In the evening, we will drive back to Shiraz. You will stay in a hotel overnight
Today you have another full day tour of Shiraz, Eram Garden (Part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Persian Gardens Site), Narenjestan Garden are two most beautiful gardens in Shiraz which you could smell the scent of roses and citrus aurantium. Next, you will visit one of the most visually stunning mosques in the world called Nasirol Molk then you will grab the chance to see Vakil Complex (Bazaar, Bath & Mosque) and tomb of Hafez ,which you might see people performing Faal-e Hafez, a popular ritual in which you seek insight in to your future by opening a volume of Hafez. The future is apparent in his words. You will stay at hotel overnight.
Today you will leave Shiraz to Yazd but on the way go Yazd you will visit Persepolis & Pasargadae (UNESCO’s World Heritage Site) en route. Two of the most important and popular historical sites of Iran belonging to Achaemenid Era. To better understand the antiquity of Iranian art and science you visit Takht e Jamshid (Persepolis) (UNESCO’s World Heritage Site), foremost ancient historical site in Iran located in Shiraz as the heartland of Persian culture. We are going to see the magnificent Persepolis with the monumental staircases, exquisite reliefs and imposing gateways that leave you in no doubt how grand this city was and how totally dominant the Achamenid empire that built it. After that, we are going to visit Nagsh-e-Rostam, an outstanding part of the Marvdasht cultural complex. You will stay at hotel overnight.
A full day tour of Yazd is recommended to visit highlights of this city: Towers of Silence (Dakhma) and Ateshkadeh (The Zoroastrian Fire Temple). Next visit will be Amir Chakhmagh Complex. There are also many feudal hexagonal houses that you can visit in this beautiful and tranquil district of the city, called Fahadan. You will also have some free time to shop in the Old City Bazaar, which is probably one of the best places in Iran to buy silk, brocade, glassware and cloth products that brought the town its prosperity in the past centuries. If you have a sweet tooth, do not forget to buy Pashmak (Iranian fairy floss) and Baghlawa available in many shops. You will enjoy the memorable visit of Bagh-e Dolat Abad (Part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Persian Gardens Site). Stay at Hotel overnight.
Today you will be transferred to Isfahan and en route you will visit Chak Chak Shrine which is one of the most sacred places for Zoroastrians that is of high value. There are some special days of the year in which they worship and pray there. It is located in a mountain. You will stay at hotel overnight in Isfahan.
Having a full day in Isfahan gives you this opportunity to visit some of the most beautiful places of the world. You will face one of the dreamy masterpiece of Iranians, Maiden-e-Naghsh-e-Jahan (UNESCO’s World Heritage Site) with several sites including Ali-Qapu Palace, Sheikh Lotfollah; each of these attractions around the squares is amazing and breath taking and you might not be able to imagine their impressions on your soul. You will also visit historic Bazaar of Isfahan and Sio-Se-Pol and experience walking in the tranquil ambiance of Zayande Rood River. You will stay at hotel overnight.
Another full day of sightseeing in Isfahan enriches your valuable experience. Today, you will visit the magnificent Vank Church and Chehel Sotun Palace (Part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Persian Gardens Site) the name, meaning “Forty Columns” in Persian, was inspired by the twenty slender wooden columns supporting the entrance pavilion, which, reflected in the waters of the fountain. Final stop of the day is at the Hasht Behesht Pavilion (Eight Paradises). You will stay at hotel overnight.
Today we check out and proceed to the airport for your flight back home. Arrive home with the pleasant memories of your Iranian tour, which we are sure you will treasure for a lifetime. Do spare a few minutes to fill in the feedback form and hand it to your Tour Leader. Your valued suggestions will be most appreciated.