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Classic Route & Sun-kissed South

7 Cities 12 Days



  • Nature
  • History
  • Culture

Age Range

  • 15-99

Service Level

  • Mid Range


We believe you deserve a winter with sunshine, beaches, flowers, and all sorts of novel sites you’ve never seen before. That’s why our experts have created the ultimate winter tour of Iran, where you get to visit the country’s classics at their most pleasant. In this tour, we have also included some of the warm beaches in the south, the classic cities everyone loves, and various UNESCO World Heritage Sites, so you get to enjoy EVERYTHING Iran has to offer. So pack your bags and leave the blizzards behind, it's your time to enjoy a winter in paradise. 

What’s included?

  • Meals

    12 lunches or dinners, All breakfasts

  • Transport

    Domestic flight, private driver-guide

  • Accommodation

    Three or four star hotels and luxury traditional houses

  • Additional Services

    All entrance fees, Visa authorization letter, Travel Insurance

  • Not Included

    Internatioal flights, other meals, personal expenses (like shopping), visits and activitie snot included in the plan

Trip Itinerary

  • Day 1: Ahvaz

    An Ancient Civilization

    Whether you came looking to party or to learn about pre-Iranian people, Ahvaz gives you the chance to do both and more! This city is the definition of a summery winter, and it is only an hour’s drive from Iran’s first UNESCO Word Heritage Site, Tchogha Zanbil. Inside Ahvaz, you can visit its gigantic bridges, enjoy their colorful lights, and eat the best Falafel you’ve ever had. Suggested sightseeing: White Bridge, Ali-ibn-Mahziar Bridge, Chahar Shir Square, Mapar House.

    Meals: Breakfast, and lunch or dinner 
    Transportation: Flight (from Tehran to Ahvaz), private driver-guide’s car (to Shiraz)

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  • Day 2: Shiraz

    World Heritage Remains

    An early drive towards the city gives you the time to visit its UNESCO World Heritage SitePersepolis. Even today some of its remains are kept in the Louvre Museum, but you get to see the real thing in its full glory! After visiting Naqsh-e Rostam, we’ll go to the main city, take a break, and prepare for a fun afternoon stroll. During our walk, we’ll check out Arg of Karim Khan.

    Meals: Breakfast, and lunch or dinner 

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  • Day 3: Shiraz

    Prayer and Poetry

    Let’s begin our third day with the most colorful of all of Iran’s attractions, Nasir-ol-molk Mosque. Today we’re going to have a fun city tour which includes Vakil Bazaar and Qavam House with its fantastic garden. We’ll read Persian poetry at Tomb of Hafez and Saadi, and also visit Khwaju Kermani’s memoriam. Last but not least, we’re going to eat a nice and cool bowl of Faloodeh, a traditional Persian dessert that’ll leave a lovely sweet taste in your mouth. 

    Meals: Breakfast, and lunch or dinner
    Transportation: Flight (from to Qeshm)

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  • Day 4: Qeshm

    The Dolphin’s Island

    Qeshm is where you go to see one-of-a-kind natural marvels, pet some dolphins, and enjoy the radically different culture of southern Iran. On your first day here, you can hop on a ferry and go to Hengam Island, where you’ll get to see some of the 400 dolphins and adore the local trinkets and handicrafts. If you’re an adventurous nature lover, we'll also check out Namakdan Salt CaveChahkooh Canyon, and the island’s Mangrove Forest. At night, we head to the Valley of Stars where the countless stars above you shine bright like diamonds.

    Meals: Breakfast, and lunch or dinner
    Transportation: Private driver-guide’s car

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