• Migration with 8000 years old Nomads

    This would be the best choice for people visiting Iran for second time and looking for something different, a more deep experience through their journey to Iran. Or for people who have visited Iranian cities and would like to have a more authenticity and more adventure.

    8 Days / 7 Nights

    Tehran / Ahvaz/Isfahan

    from 600€

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    Explore the history and culture of one of the oldest and greatest civilizations in history. In the 8 days and 7-night visit, visit the cultural heritage and historic legacy of Shiraz, Isfahan, and Tehran.

    7 Days / 8 Nights

    Tehran /Shiraz /Isfahan

    from 720€

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  • Dancing on the Snow

    Choosing a ski destination can be treacherous.But for anyone who breaks into cold sweats at the thought of bare mountainsides and overpriced coffee, there’s an alternative — albeit an unusual one…. Iran.

    4 Days / 3 Nights

    Tehran / Dizin

    from 273€

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  • Desert Starry Night

    “What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well. I have always loved the desert. One sits down on a desert sand dune, sees nothing, hears nothing. Yet through the silence something throbs, and gleams” ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPÉRY, The Little Prince

    In this trip You’ll pass across many sand dunes, oasis and villages. you’d camp in a desert, watch the sunset, the breath-taking night sky and the sunrise.

    4 Days / 3 Nights

    Tehran / Kashan

    from 400€

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I mourn that I shall not see Kayyam tomb in Nishapur, nor the artistic wealth of Mashhad; nor shall I see the little town near Tiflis where Nizami sang of Layla and Majnun; nor the shop in Nishapur where Attar sold perfumes. But I trust that I shall see Shiraz, and thank it for Sa’di and Hafez.

Will Durant
Will DurantAmerican writer, Historian & Philosopher

“Are Iranians really as nice as people say?” “Absolutely, YES!” One thing is for sure, the people in Iran are the most hospitable we’ve ever come across in our travels, rivaled only by eastern Turkey and western Egypt.

Nick and Dariece
Nick and DarieceCanadian videographers & Blogger, goatsontheroad.com

I felt deeply before the antiquity of this culture, and its success in stamping its own exquisite quality upon every alien force that has entered this land.

Will Durant
Will DurantAmerican Writer, Historian & Philosopher

For those who have grown up on an endless diet of images depicting Iran as a dark, dangerous place full of fundamentalist fanatics, discovering the real Iran is the most wonderful surprise. Before long you’re asking yourself: how can somewhere supposedly so bad be so good?

Lonely Planet
Lonely PlanetThe largest book publisher of travel guide

The friendliness of Iranians will likely take you by surprise; it’s almost overwhelmingly friendly. Probably the most welcoming were young people; men and women in their mid twenties who were well-educated on world matters who simply wanted to talk about life, music, world issues and Australia. We left Iran with a strong sense of what we held in common, rather than our differences.

Rachel Glasby
Rachel Glasbyco-owner of the Silkroad store, Travel Blogger

“All the paintings of the Italian Renaissance, are not worth one Persian rug.”

John Singer Sargent
John Singer Sargent American painter

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