Special private tour covering North West of Iran and green mountains and forests, ideal for summer vacations or short holidays.
Tour Name: Iran North West Tour
Tour Code: CE103
Price: 695 €* Per Person
Season: June, July, August and September 2019
Theme(s): Explorer (History, Culture & Nature)
Duration: 7 days & 6 nights
Route: Tabriz (2ns), Asalem (1n), Rasht (1n), Zanjan (1n), Tehran (1n)
UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex, Sheikh Safi al-din Khānegāh and Shrine Ensemble, Dome of Soltaniyeh
Other Highlights: El Goli Park, Blue Mosque, Azerbaijan Museum, Asalem-Khalkhal Road, Masal landscapes, Masuleh Historical village, Rudkhan Castle, Gilan Rural Heritage Museum, Sa’d-al Saltaneh Caravanserai, Ali Qapu Gate, Chehel Sotoun Mansion
Summary: Special private tour covering North West of Iran and green mountains and forests, ideal for summer vacations or short holidays.
*For a Private tour of 2 travelers in one room
Day 1: Welcome to Tabriz
Arriving in Tabriz in the afternoon, after midnight or very early morning. Epic Persia’s tour director welcomes you at Tabriz International Airport. Rapid transfer to hotel.
Day 2: Tabriz City Tour
Morning sightseeing in Tabriz starting with El Goli Park or Goli Edifice, a large historical park for summer stroller. It surrounded by artificial lake and the reconstruction of a Qajar-era palace. Blue Mosque of Tabriz, Turquoise of Islam mosque. The UNESCO World Heritage Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex, the largest covered bazaar in the world. Azerbaijan Museum, the main archaeological and historical museum in Tabriz.
Day 3: Tabriz, Ardabil, Asalem via Khalkhal Road
Depart for Asalem via Ardabil (411 KM).you will visit the UNESCO world heritage
Sheikh Safi al-din Khānegāh and Shrine Ensemble in Ardabil. Then the picturesque road connecting the two cities of Khalkhal in Ardabil and Asalem in Gilan province.
Day 4: Asalem, Masal, Masuleh, Qaleh Rudkhan, Rasht
Depart for Rasht (190 Km ) via Masal landscapes, , Masuleh stair-like village with an antiquity of more than 1000 years and Qalerudkhan or Rudkhan Castle a brick and stone medieval fort.Finally Terminate to hotel in Rasht.
Day 5: Gilan Rural Heritage Museum, Saravan, Zanjan
Depart for Zanjan. Enroute you will visit Rasht, then, The Gilan Rural Heritage Museum as the first Eco museum in Iran in Saravan forest. Finally transfer to Zanjan.
Day 6: Zanjan, Soltanieh, Qazvin, Tehran
Early morning depart for Tehran (335Km) via Soltanieh and Qazvin. En route visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Dome of Soltaniyeh, one of the biggest brick domes with two shells in the world. Then, continuing the road to Qazvin. Upon arrival you will visit Sa’d-al Saltaneh Caravanserai which is remailned from Qajar-era, Ali Qapu Gate dating back 16th century. Chehel Sotoun Mansion or Pavilion. Terminate to Hotel in Tehran.
Day 7: Home-Bound
Full day free time, Transfer to Imam Khomeini Airport for flight back home with a full pack of memorable moments and nice pictures to share with your family and friends.
- Application of visa (excluding visa fee)
- Accommodation in hotels or local house as per itinerary or similar, including daily breakfast
- The prices are based on 3 stars
- All sightseeing mentioned in the itinerary including their applicable entrance fees
- English Driver guide with sedan car
- Porter tips at hotels & waiter tips at restaurants
- Travel insurance up to 10000 Euro
- Daily mineral water
- International flights
- Driver & Tour Guide tips
- Visa fee
- Meals and personal expenses
Note: Visa fee must be paid by the passengers to the consular section of Iranian embassy upon receiving their visa sticker. The passengers must indicate the city in which they like to get their visa sticker (where there is an Iranian embassy consular section) upon purchasing the tour.
- All personal nature expenses e.g. phone calls, laundry, minibar, gifts, etc.
- Costs incurred in case of hospitalization or evacuation, etc.
- Any other service(s) not specified in “Services Included” section of this proposal
Note 2: Hotels can be changed based on clients’ request or unavailability. Rates may change according to room categories/hotels changes.
Note 3: Above mentioned durations are based on Iranian calendar.
Note 4: Working days in Iran are Saturday – Wednesday. Thursdays are half day however many offices are closed on Thursdays.