TRIP HIGHLIGHTS & ITINERARY
Iran 7-day tour is an opportunity to discover Iran’s rich culture and history and its warm-hearted people have always drawn travelers from all over the world to Iran. Although it has been a bit isolated from the rest of the world for the past few decades, it’s now opening its doors to all of those who cannot afford to miss the chance to visit Iran, the cradle of civilization.
|Shiraz Yasouj (183km)|
Our trip starts in Shiraz by heading to Yasouj early in the morning. This city has been inhabited since the Bronze Age. On our way to Yasouj, we will visit “Margoon” one of the most beautiful waterfalls of Iran. We end the day at the Yasouj Tourist Complex located at the top of a beautiful hill overlooking the city presenting a stunning view.
|Yasouj spending in the Qashqai tend|
Early in the morning after breakfast, we will leave Yasouj for the Qashqai tents in an area between Sadeh and Eghlid (two famous regions of the province). Spending 2 nights in the Nomads’ tents you will experience Nomadic lifestyle and depending on the guests’ desire, we can do some mountain climbing which surely will be one of the most interesting parts of the trip.
|Visiting Tange Boragh|
You will be heading to a very beautiful area with pleasant weather. Tang-e Boragh is a beautiful valley close to a village with the same name. This village has been a Yeylagh (cool countryside) location for Nomads on their way to Eghlid 2 centuries ago. Their handicraft consists of carpet and rug weaving. Tang-e Boragh is a residential village with flat-roofed houses surrounded by gardens and green forests spread on the gentle slopes of the mountain range. At the end of the day, you will be back to rest and relax in your nomadic tents.
|Sleeping in the nomadic tends|
It would certainly be nice to stay in a hotel after 2 nights of sleeping in the nomadic tents. This leads us to Shahr-e Kord for a night of fabulous memories. After residing at Azadi Hotel of Shahr-e Kurd, having lunch and a short rest, we head for the enchanting lagoon of Chagha Khor. This is the only place that there is snow on the grass.
|Heading to kuhrang|
This day we will visit Saman city after breakfast. Locating at the shores of the Zayandeh River. Zaman Khan Nafar Bridge, from the Safavid period, is one of the valuable ancient sites in the city. After touring Saman, we will head back to hotel for lunch. After lunch our destination will be Kuhrang. Travelling to Koohrang, we will visit the beautiful waterfalls and springs of the region and head to Dimeh spring for rest and relaxation. In Koohrang we will stay in a Nomadic Camp.
|Visiting Sheikh Alikhan Waterfall|
On the sixth day we will visit Shaikh Alikhan waterfall close to the camp and also the astonishing village of Sar Agha Seyed. Due to the historical context, this village is known as Masouleh the second.
On the seventh and the last day of our trip we will visit Koohrang tunnel and waterfall as well as Dimeh Spring which is the name of the spring by a village of the same name in Koohrang. This day will be the last day of our Nomadic tour. After Dimeh Village, we will head to Isfahan.
|•All nights’ accommodation in standard grade hotels / Tent|
•Land travel in Iran by air-conditioned coach
•Meals: Full board
|•International air fares, taxes and surcharges|
•Items of a personal nature such as laundry or phone calls
•Visa process fee
•Tips to local guides and drivers
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