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

Day 1


Arrive in Tehran , meet at the airport, transfer to the hotel, and overnight.

Day 2

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 – Rasht (325 kms.)
Full day sightseeing of Tehran:
Golestan palace, Great Bazaar, and Central Bank treasures (if opens ) Abbassi Museum , Sadabad palace ( former shah residence).

Drive to Rasht late afternoon via Qazwin- once the capital of Iran, and overnight at Rasht.

Day 4

Rasht – Masoule – Rasht (65x2 kms.)

Drive to famous village of Masoule, on the way enjoying river and beautiful trees. The most interesting thing about Masoule, is the unique way of building houses. The houses are built on the slop of the mountains, from foot upwards, like steps and the roof of each house is used like an alley. The village has got a lot of houses, shops, bazaars, so forth. This is one of the most beautiful and comfortable summer resorts worth staying more than a day.
Drive back to Rasht, and overnight.

Day 5

Rasht –Ardebil (226 kms.)

Drive to Ardebil, en-route visiting the nomads settled in Mansal, Shanderman, and Asalem, and overnight at Ardebil.

Day 6


Morning drive to Sar-Ein hot water spas in the region, Vila Darrah and in the afternoon visiting the tomb of Sheikh Safie Ardebili Ardebil.
Ardebil is famous for its agricultural products, dairies, and honey.
Overnight at Ardebil.

Day 7

Ardebil –Tabriz (290 kms.)

Drive to Tabriz via Meshkinshahr
En-route visiting the nomads of the region.

Day 8

Tabriz –Maragheh (162 kms.)

Drive to Maragheh, and visiting the beautiful village of Kandovan where the nomads have started to settle in self-made caves as troglodytes, and on the way to Maragheh visiting the salty lake of Urumieh.
In the afternoon sightseeing in Maragheh, Maragheh Observatory, visiting the Mongols examples of architecture, overnight at Maragheh.

Day 9

Maragheh –Hamadan (493 kms.)

Full day drive to Hamadan, and en- route visiting Takhte Soleyman which was one of the greatest Fire Temple during the Sassanid, overnight at Hamadan.

Day 10

Hamadan-Shahrekord (568 kms.)

Early morning drive to Shahrekord via Arak
Afternoon sightseeing in the city and trip to Kourang area where the nomads live, overnight at Shahrekord.

Day 11

Shahrekord – Isfahan (104 kms.)

Drive to Isfahan
En-route visiting cities of Farsan ,Shalamjar,Brojen where the nomads live, and overnight at Isfahan.

Day 12


Full day sightseeing of Isfahan:
Naghsh-e-Jahan( one of the world biggest squares ), two fascinating mosques , Imam Mosque and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, and Aali Ghapoo Palace, Bazaar, then Chehel Sotoon palace ( 40 Pillars ), Hasht Behesht Palace ( 8 Heavens ), and overnight.

Day 13

Isfahan – Yasuj (299 kms.)
Half day sightseeing of Isfahan:
Jufa ( Armenian quarter ), Vank Cathedral, Shaking Minarets. Zoroastrian Fire Temple, and historical bridges of Si-yo-se-pol , Pol-e-Khajoo.
Drive to Yasuj via Samirom, and overnight at Yasuj.

Day 14

Yasuj -Shiraz (174 kms.)

Early in the morning drive to Shiraz via Bishapor with the possibility of visiting the Sassanian ruins.

Day 15


Full day excursion to site of several ancient palaces:
Persapolis, Naghsh-e-Rostam, and Naghsh-e-Rajab.
Proceeding to Passargad, the impressive tomb of Cyrus the Great the founder of the Persian Empire, also remains of several palaces which are located in the plain of Dasht-e-Morghab, return to Shiraz and overnight

Day 16

Shiraz - Tehran

Sightseeing of Shiraz:
Eram garden, the tomb of great lyric poet Hafez and famous poet Saadi, Nisir-ol-Molok 19 century mosque, Narenjistan garden, Karim Khan Zand Complex, and Bazaar.

Transfer to Shiraz Airport for departure to Tehran by evening flight Meet at the airport, transfer to hotel, and overnight.

Day 17


Transfer to airport for final departure.

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