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DESERT

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16 Nights / 17 Days DESERT Tour to IRAN ( 16 )

Day 1

Arrival in Tehran:

Meet at the airport, transfer to hotel, and overnight.

Day 2

Tehran

Full day sightseeing of Tehran:
Archeological Museum, dating to 10,000 years, Glassware and Ceramics Museum of ancient and Islamic collections, Carpet Museum, and overnight.

Day 3

Tehran

Full day sightseeing of Tehran:
Golestan palace, Great Bazaar, and Central Bank treasures (if opens ), Abbassi Museum , Sadabad palace ( former shah residence), and overnight.

Day 4

Tehran - Kashan (260 kms)to Kashan, en_route visiting Imam Khomaini Shrine in the vicinity of Tehran, and Shrine of Fatima Masoumeh in Qom.
Arriving Kashan, visiting Borujerdi's House, Agha Bozorg Mosque and Theological School, Fin Garden and Sialk Hills.
Transfer to the Hotel, and overnight.

Day 5

Kashan Abyaneh- Natanz -Isfahan (270 kms)by coach to Isfahan, en-route visiting ancient village of Abyaneh and small city of Natanz with its famous Jome Mosque , then proceeding to Isfahan, and overnight.

Day 6

Isfahan

Full day sightseeing of Isfahan:
Imam Square ( Maidan-e-Nagsh-e-Jahan ) this square is 80,000 sq meters and twice as large as Moscow's Red square, Ali Qapu (a magnificent palace), Hasht Behesht palace ,Imam Mosque, Sheikh lutfullah mosque, Bazaar, Qaisarieh, and overnight .

Day 7

Isfahan

Full day sightseeing of Isfahan:
Julfa ( Armenian quarter ) and Vank Cathedral , Shaking Minarets, Zoroastarian Ateshkadeh (fire temple), Si-o-se-pol , Khaju Bridge , Jame mosque , this is one of the oldest mosque still standing in Iran, Chehel Sutun Palace, and overnight.

Day 8


Esfahan - Shiraz (480 kms)to Shiraz, en-route visiting Pasargade, Citadel, Palace and tomb of Cyrus, Persepolis (the capital of the great Persian empire and the greatest monument indicating the glory and magnificent of the ancient Persia), Naghsh-e-Rostam (the Tomb is entirely built of Megalithic Stone), and 4 reliefs of Naghsh-e-RajabArrival, transfer to hotel, and overnight.

Day 9

Shiraz

Full day City sightseeing Shiraz:
The Citadel of Karim Khan Zand, Vakil mosque, the Eram Garden (famous for its cypress trees ), the Tomb of Hafez ( Hafez spent most of his life in the native town), the Tomb of Saadi ( Saadi unlike Hafez traveled extensively and upon his return to Shiraz he wrote his most famous
Boustan - The orchard - and the Golestan - The Rose Garden, and overnight.

Day 10

Shiraz - Kerman (680 kms)
Vakil Complex, Ark-E Karim Khani (Citadel) in Shiraz.
Departure for Kerman via Sarvestan:
Visiting nomads on the way as well as ruins of Sassanid palace and Shapor cave.
Arrival Kerman, transfer to hotel, and overnight..

Day 11

Kerman-Bam-Kerman

Excursion to Bam and Mahan (195 kms one way)Visiting the famous brick made ancient in Bam.
Afternoon Leaving Bam for Kerman, En-route Visiting the tomb of Shah Nematollah Vali, the well-known Persian Sufi and Poet, and Shahzadeh Garden in Mahan.
Late return to Kerman, and overnight.

Day 12

Kerman - Tabas (550 kms)Ganj Ali Khan Comples, Bazaar, Jam-E Mosque.
Departure for Tabas. Arrival, transfer to hotel, and overnight.

Day 13

Tabas - Gonabad (220 kms)Tabas Visit some Historical Monuments, Shrines, rest Place of Sheikh Ahmad Enb-e- Eshagh, and Goshan Garden.
Departure for Gonabad, Arrival, transfer to hotel, and overnight.

Day 14

Gonabad - Mashad (270 kms)Gonabad and vicinity.
Departure for Mashhad.
Arrival, transfer to hotel, and overnight.

Day 15

Mashad

Full Day City Tour of Mashad:Tus, The Tomb of Ferdowsi( prominent Epic Poet), Torghabeh, Haroonieh, Nader Shah tomb and Khaje Rabi, and overnight.

Day 16

Mashhad - TehranVisiting Bazaar-E Reza, Astan-E Ghods Library in Mashad.
Transfer to the airport for departure to Tehran.
Arrival, transfer to hotel, and overnight.

Day 17

Tehran

Transfer to airport for final departure.

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