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You will be met on arrival at Tehran International Airport and transferred to your hotel.

Day 1

First, start your sightseeing in Tehran by visiting Sa’dabad Complex, the residence of Pahlavi Kings. Then head toward Darband Valley (door of the mountain) where you take a trek to the heart of the nature and enjoy the nice weather and eye-catching sceneries. At the end, visit Tabiaat Bridge where you can communicate with people.

Day 2

On this day, you explore National Museum of Iran, including ceramics, pottery, stone figures and carvings. Then continue to Golestan Palace, listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Afterward, visit Iranian Artists‘ House. At the end, fly to Shiraz in the afternoon.

Day 3

Go Sightseeing in Shiraz, the city of love and poetry. First, visit Nasir-ol-molk Mosque where you can admire the earthenware and magnificent stone columns dating back to the 19th century. Then proceed to Narenjestan e Ghavam Garden, named after the oranges in the courtyard. Next, head toward Hafiz Tomb, a well-known Iranian poet who was also admired by Goethe. Then visit Ali Ibn Hamzeh Holy Shrine in which the glittering mirror works attract your attention.  Take some leisure time in Vakil Bazaar.

Day 4

On this day, you go on an excursion to Bishapour and its related components and take a trek there.

Day 5

Depart Shiraz for Isfahan. On the way, visit  Persepolis, the ceremonial capital of Persia and the ruins of more than 2500-year old, and Naqshe-e Rustam, which is a necropolises containing four graves of the first Achaemenid Emperors, Darius the Great, Xerxes, Artaxerxes I and Darius II, carved into the cliff.

Day 6

Go sightseeing in Isfahan, the capital of Iran in Safavid Dynasty. First, visit Jameh Mosque of Isfahan, one of the oldest Friday Mosques in the world. Next, stroll alongside the Zayandeh Roud River and admire Si-o-se Pol and Khaju Bridges. Proceed to the Vank Cathedral, also known as church of the saintly sisters, in Armenian Quarter. Afterward, visit Music Museum of Isfahan in which you can find Iranian traditional instruments. At the end visit Grand Bazaar of Isfahan and Teahouse.

Day 7

Continue your sightseeing by visiting Chehel Sotoun Palace, a good example for Persian garden. Head towards Naqsh-e Jahan Square, the second largest square in the world, and visit the monument around including Imam Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, also known as the mosque of women, and Ali Qapu Palace, used as a place for entertaining noble visitors and foreign ambassadors in the past. In the afternoon, you will have a cordial meeting with climbers in a coffee Shop.

Day 8

After serving lunch, Depart Isfahan for Chelgerd where nomads travel in the summer in order to enjoy its temperate weather.

Day 9

First, trek in Kuhrang Valley; the land of roaring springs, glorious rivers, and nice tulips. Then you get familiar with nomadic life of Bakhtiaris; which play an important role in providing meat, dairy and agricultural products.

Day 10

Depart Chelgerd for Hamadan. On the way, visit Googad Citadel and Imam Khomeini’s House, the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Day 11

This day is devoted to sightseeing in Hamedan. First, you visit Ganjnameh Inscription (literally, means treasure book), a set of cuneiform characters written in three languages and include the edicts of Achaemenid kings. Then you head toward Avicenna tomb, the father of early modern medicine, Stone lion of Hamadan and Esther and Mordechai Tomb. At the end, visit Ecbatana.

Day 12

Depart Hamadan for Tehran. On the way, take a trek in Ali-Sadr Cave as one of the largest subterranean water complexes in the world.

Day 13

Transfer to IKA airport.

Day 14

Discovery of Nomadic Life

Tehran / Tehran

14 Days


About This Tour


Discovery of Nomadic Life

Tehran Tehran

14 Days -


Discovery of Nomadic Life

This special trip allows you to conquer the western Persian mountains, breathe the cold fresh air, hike along roaring rivers, enjoy the redness of tulips, taste the clear water of life-giving sources and discover nomadic life. You will also have the opportunity to experience the lifestyle of the people who live on the green plains.

Apart from these two unforgettable days between unspoiled natures, you will appreciate must-see historical sites, which are highly recommended.

Discovery of Nomadic Life