Golden Triangle of Iran Tour (6 Days)

Golden Triangle of Iran Tour (6 Days)

Isfahan, Yazd, & Shiraz

Day 1: Arrival in Isfahan

Arrival in Isfahan. Known as Nesf-e-Jahan by the Persians which means half of the world, because it has a large number of beautiful attractions and highlights that could satisfy any taste from different aspects.

  • City tour of Isfahan will be started by visiting:
    • Meidan-e-Naghshe Jahan: a square located in the center of Isfahan and is surrounded by monumental buildings such as Imam and Sheykh Lotfollah mosques, Qaysariyyeh Portico which is very beautiful, the Isfahan Baazar and Ali Qapu.
      • In addition to these mentioned ones, there are around 200 two-storied arcades around the square that are full of handcrafts and souvenirs and can occupy you for hours.
  • In the afternoon:
    • A walkalong Zyanderood river and across the two famous bridges of Siosepol and Khajou.
  • Overnight Isfahan.

Day 2: Isfahan 

  • Second day sightseeing of Isfahan will be started by visiting:
    • Vank cathedral that is one the most beautiful churches in the world
    • Hasht Behesht Palace
    • Chehel sotoun
  • Overnight Isfahan.

Day 3: Yazd

  • Day 3 begins by leaving Isfahan and driving to Yazd. In the city tour of Yazd we visit:
    • Friday Mosque
    • Towers of silence
    • Jame mosque of Yazd
    • Dowlat Abad Garden
    • Zoroastrian Fire Temple
    • Amir Chakhmagh
  • After spending the rest of the day in the old part of town that without a doubt will bring all visitors a unique and memorable experience we will remain overnight in Yazd.

Day 4: Yazd / Shiraz

  • We begin by leaving a mysterious town and the center of Zoroastrian culture in the morning and moving to another beautiful city with another world unique attraction. Around 135 km to Shiraz, there is the ruins of an old city in ancient Persia that once was the capital of the Achaemenid Empire under Cyrus the Great and today there is just his tomb.
    • Pasargadae
  • From there we continue our way to reach:
    • Persepolis
      • Another city of ancient Persia and the capital of Achaemenid Empire. It was founded by Darius I in 518 B.C as a center for receptions and festivals.
    • We will remain overnight in Shiraz.

Day 5: Shiraz

  • Shiraz is the sixth largest city of Iran that was the former capital of Iran, during the Zand dynasty. It is also called the city of rose, nightingales and poets. The tour will be started by visiting:
    • Vakil complex that includes Vakil mosque, Bath, Arg and Bazaar
    • Then Pars museum
  • In the afternoon:
    • Hafez and Saadi tomb
    • Jahan Nama Garden
  • Remain overnight in Shiraz.

Day 6: Shiraz

  • Shiraz has so many attractions to offer, but visiting all of them requires at least 3 to 4 days, so today, we will only select some highlights such as:
    • Zinat ol Molkhouse
    • Narenjestan Qavam
    • Eram Garden
    • Nasir al-Mulk Mosque
    • Shah-e-Cheragh  or Ali ebne Hamzeh Shrine
    • Afif-Abad Garden
  • After a short rest at hotel we will  transfer to International Airport for departure.

6-day-tour-rates

*Pax is short for passengers
*The rates are per person  in US dollars

  • Hotel list:
    • Three star:
      • Isfahan: Setareh
      • Yazd: Mehr
      • Shiraz: Eram
    • Four star:
      • Isfahan: Aseman
      • Yazd: Dad
      • Shiraz: Elysee
    • Five star:
      • Isfahan: Kowsar
      • Yazd: Safaiyeh
      • Shiraz: Zandieh

Included in the price:

  • Accommodation based on the above mentioned hotel classes
  • Driver/Guide
  • Entrance fee to stated attractions
  • Visa process for invitation letter

Excluded from the price (you pay this):

  • Visa stamp fee
  • International flights
  • Insurance
  • Tips
  • Any of personal expenses
  • All meals after breakfast

Important Points:

  1. These rates for two and five passengers are based on double occupancy. For single accommodations, please contact us.
  2. In case any of the above mentioned hotels have no availability, the equivalent will be substituted
  3. These rates are valid till March 20th, 2017

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