Explore Iran in 15 Days On A Private Tour from Tehran
Explore Iran and all it has to offer on this private 15-day roundtrip tour from Tehran. Explore 12 different locations, including Tehran, be won over by this Persian delight!
Visit Persia's beautiful beating heart "Tehran" on a private tour. Irans most liberal and secular city Tehran; with the beautiful Alborz snowcapped mountains and beautiful scenic slopes is a must do visit while travelling to Iran.
If you are lucky enough to spend some time there, you will realise that there is more to this region than you would think. On a guided tour you will see that Tehran is the jewel in the crown that is Iran.
This metropolis hosts many beautiful cultural and historical sites over 250 years in the making. On a guided private tour take on the famed golden triangle, and you will visit Yazd and Shiraz; they are spectacular.
There is the Golestan Palace, Azadi Tower or the lovely serene gardens dotted around the city. Have some tea in one of the traditional tea houses or a cappuccino in one of the cafes, just like other destinations in the region.
Tehran escorted tours will surprise you with its tradition and culture, but somehow that dedication and hopefulness of its people are what will entice you to stay a while.
Take a custom private tour to Yazd and Shiraz; if Tehran is the jewel in the crown that is Iran, then these two cities are the diamonds.
See the forest of badgirs, rounded-brick towns and lovely country lanes; Yazd is a treasure and the ideal city to have a wander and maybe buy some silks and local trinkets.
Shiraz knows the heart of Persian culture is synonymously know as the city of poets.
This place is full of nature and culture, but its modern and vivacious and a must see on you escorted private tour.
Arrange your guided private tour of Tehran during the two-week No Ruz (Iranian New Year) holiday from March 21 as this is the best and most festive time to visit. More than 50% of Tehranis come from another area and head home for the holiday so that reduces the hustle to a relative calm. However do not obvioulsy restrict yourself to this period but be aware it is usually very busy other times of the year.
Tehran has perhaps the greatest concentration of bank branches of any city on earth; along with a 1.5km stretch of Enqelab Ave, there are more than 20 WOW!! Unfortunately, the rates of exchange (the Central Bank rates) are usually very poor. The easiest and most common way of changing money is in an official money change office, while the cashieers won't be smiley and happy just know they won't rip you off.
If you hold a passport for Australia, New Zealand, Germany, The Netherlands, France, or Japan, you are not required to apply for a visa, you will automatically get tourist visa and you can extend it easily on your arrival. United States, Canada, or the United Kingdom, the only way you’ll be able to get a tourist visa is by taking part in an “official” tour of Iran and applying from your country of origin. Dress appropriately and respect their culture.
Tehran is hot! hot! hot! Normally, but during April, May, September and into early November the weather is relatively mild and manageable, Summer is hot and humid so be prepared and also be aware that the air pollution is high around the period of December and January.