The Mysterious West

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Duration

9

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

10 people

Languages

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Have a Mysterious Week in the West of Iran

 

The west of Iran is less known for tourists and has less trodden paths, but satisfied with wondrous places to see and fantastic things to experience. This is a package for those who have seen the golden triangle of Iran and are saturated with the famous names and yearn for new experiences and discoveries.

 

The Route is: Tehran ✈️ Dezful ? Kermanshah ? Hamedan ? Zanjan ? Tabriz✈️ Tehran

Season All around the year (only in summer the southwest of Iran  is too hot)
DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Tehran / Tehran
Style Culture
Hotel Rate ★★★★
Vehicle Depends on the size of the group

 

Detail:

The western part of Iran is less known for tourists and has less trodden paths, but satisfied with wondrous places to see and fantastic things to experience. This is a package for those who have seen the golden triangle of Iran and are saturated with the famous names and yearn for new experiences and discoveries.

In the southwest, at Khuzestan province, as well as Lorestan province in the heart of Zagros mountain, three UNESCO World Heritage sites are located, presenting to you their ancient history, including Choqa-Zanbil ziggurat and  Shushtar hydraulic system. Also in the west of Iran, you will visit Kermanshah with its mysterious inscriptions and bas-reliefs, including another UNESCO World Heritage site. They belong to the Achaemenid and Sassanian or even Median empires,  dating back to the 8th/7th century B.C.  The next destination is Hamedan, the city of mystic people and different religions, the first capital of Iran in 500 BC. An old stony village close to Hamedan and also Ganjnameh inscription and waterfall are some interesting places to visit around the city. Just before arriving in Zanjan, the Soltanyeh Dome would catch your eyes with its spectacular turquoise color, making it another UNESCO World Heritage site in Iran. On the way to Tabriz, Takht-e-Soleiman is also a UNESCO World Heritage site to amaze you with its ancient temples of Zoroastrian people belonging to the ancient history of Iran. In Tabriz, an interesting museum and mosque are waiting for you as well as its Bazaar, which is the longest one in Iran and also a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Highlights

  • Stopping by 7 UNESCO world heritage sites.
  • Being surprised by a huge Ziggurat from 2000 BC
  • Marveling at the fantastic ancient hydraulic system of Shushtar
  • Knowing about Susa, the first civilization place in Iran
  • Driving through Zagros mountains with spectacular sceneries
  • Being amazed by the incredible inscriptions and bas-reliefs in Kermanshah
  • Walking in the mysterious town of Hamedan, the first capital of Iran
  • Experience walking in an old stony village
  • Visiting the biggest brick made dome in the world
  • Discovering one of the oldest temples of Zoroastrians
  • Getting lost in the longest Bazaar in Iran
  • Riding a boat in one of the longest water cave on the earth

Bulk discount adult
# Discount group From (Person) To adult Value
1 1 Person 1 1 €0
2 2 Persons 2 2 €800
3 3 Persons 3 3 €1500
4 4 Persons 4 4 €2400
5 5 Persons 5 5 €3000
6 6 Persons 6 6 €3600
7 7 Persons 7 7 €4900
8 8 Persons 8 8 €5600
9 9 Persons 9 9 €6300
10 10 Persons 10 10 €7000

Tour's Location

from €1590

Prices

  • 1 Person

    1 Person

    €1590

  • 2 Persons

    2 Persons

    €1190

  • 3 Persons

    3 Persons

    €1090

  • 4-6 Persons

    4-6 Persons

    €990

  • 7-10 Persons

    7-10 Persons

    €890

Information Contact

Email

[email protected]

Website

https://gate-of-nation.org

Phone

+4971112196760

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