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Iran’s Deserts; Nature, People, and Houses

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    10 Days 9 Nights

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    Isfahan, Tehran, Tabas, Yazd


Iran’s deserts are among the most important tourist attractions, and from east to south, embrace various structures and forms of dunes and nature. Being among the people living in these areas are also a must-experience, for they are very intimate and hospitable.

Our journey begins in Birjand, a city whose sun has made people’s faces frowny but also their hearts very warm and kind. Tabas is our next destination, an unforgettable combination of adobe, mud, and date. Your stay in one of the best eco-lodges in Tabas will be accompanied by great local dishes.

The villages of Garmeh, Mesr, and Farahzad are very famous and mentioned by many travelers and Journalists in their travel journals. Alfons Gabriel, the Austrian explorer and travel writer, has traveled two times to these areas and written about it.

A combination of mountain and desert will get us to Pir-e Chak Chak, the famous holy shrine of Zoroastrians, which is on our way to Yazd. After a calm stay in there, you will visit the art of the people of the desert, that is pottery. In Yazd, you will see how people manage to construct a city in the middle of the desert, and then in Varzaneh, you will experience chitchatting and mingling with the white-dressed women of the sand dunes. At last Isfahan awaits us, a city designed to meet the greatest travelers of the Orient.


Processing visas (excluding Embassy fee)

Daily bottled mineral water

Coffee or tea in long distance trips

Accommodation at hotels with breakfast


Entrance fees

Transfers from/to/from airport

Air condition coach (depending to the no. of pax)

Highly qualified English speaking tour leader

Taking domestic flights service (excluding charges)

Not Include  (This should be paid separately)
  • Excess luggage by domestic flights (each person can take 20 kilos free)
  • International Flights
  • Iranian Embassy or Consulate Fee
  • Tips to Guide & Driver
  • All the Personal Expenses
  • (Lunch & Dinner are optional)



payment policy
  • These prices are in Euro.
  • These prices are for per person in double rooms.
  • 20% will be added for single supplement to package price
  • 10% will be reduced for the 3rd person in TRP Rooms.
  • These prices are for BB (bed & breakfast) accommodation
  • These price includes a guide-Driver.

The first & last day of the programs depends on your flight time, so the necessary changes will be made accordingly.

This itinerary can be tailor-made according to your interests.

Possibility of all the visits depends on the weekdays.

Birjand city tour depends on the time of the flight which is once a day


Akbarieh Garden, Arg, Cisterns, Saffron Gardens in December
Kolah Farangi, Golshan Garden, The Museum of Anthropology
Birjand- Tabas: 275 KM
Kale Jenni Valley, Esmaeilian Castle, Golestan Arg, Korit Village.
Tabas- Garmeh: 224 KM
Garmeh village, Mesr and Farahzad Village, Bayazieh, Salt Lake.
Kharanagh Village, Chak Chak Temple, Narin Castle, Ceramic Bazar
Garmeh- Yazd: 297 KM
Silence tower, Markar Museum, Zoroastrian Fire Temple, Jamee Mosque, Amirchakhmagh Sq., Zoorkhaneh, Dowlat Abad Garden.
Naein Jamee Mosque, Varzaneh Village, Varzaneh Dessert, Bridges in Isfahan
Yazd- Isfahan: 370 KM
Atiq Mosque, Naqshe Jahan Complex, Ali Qapoo, Shah Mosque, Lotfollah Mosque.
Chehel Soton Palace, Jolfa District, Shaking Minarets, Music Museum.
Abyaneh Village, Fin Garden, Tabatabaei and Boroujerdi traditional houses.
Isfahan- Tehran: 447 KM


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