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Iran Rafting

Iran Rafting is the most exciting part of your tour program.Iran with different long roaring rivers originating from the high Alborz and Zagros mountain range has are the host for rafting lovers

Iran Nomad Tours

An exciting and unforgettable trip to discover the purest magical sights of Iran. You will hike, camp, and live with Nomads and learn what nomadic life is like.

Naghsh-e-Jahan Square Isfahan

The largest and the most beautiful square of the 17th century and a collection of the best architectural masterpieces of the Safavid dynasty

Shiraz city of Nightingale & Flowers

One of the main tourism cities in Iran and the capital of Iran Achaemenian Empire and known as the city of poem and wine. The city of magnificent gardens, exquisite mosques for those who seek beyond the usual historical sightseeing.

Pilgrimage Tours

Mashhad, Qom & Shiraz

The tour is personalized for a Muslim pilgrimage to Iran. If you are a non-Muslim there are various historical, cultural, and natural features in these cities that would be interesting for you.

Where To Stay in IRAN

One of the most important parts of travel is accommodation Travelers on their trip to Iran can have a wide variety of hotels. Thousands of different models of hotels are currently available all over Iran. Choosing your favorite hotel in Iran, you face a wide range of services and styles, from new-built modern hotels to outstanding traditional ones. Hotels in Iran are classified into 2 major categories. Traditional hotels: which make truly a memorable accommodation for you Modern hotels: like all the standard hotels in the world

Persian vernacular architecture and urbanism, are impressively rich with observant techniques applied by the early inhabitants. Architects used to protect themselves from different weather conditions. While energy consumption has not been defined as today, the Persian vernacular version of architecture has utilized some passive design methods by attending to the potential of the region. Furthermore, Iranian traditional buildings, architectural or structural aspects, have all taken shape based on natural sources of energy. These buildings have been designed in such a fashion to take in maximum sunlight in winter and maximum shade in summer, for better natural ventilation and good comfort.

Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse

Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse
Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse is a traditional public bathhouse in Kashan Isfahan province in central Iran is a masterpiece of Iranian architecture. Built during the Safavid era, the bathhouse suffered damage in 1778 as a result of an earthquake and was renovated during the Qajar era. It underwent restoration in 1996. The bathhouse is named after Imamzadeh Sultan Amir Ahmad, whose mausoleum is located nearby.

Fin Garden

Feen Garden
A spring of crystal clear water originating in the Karkas mountain range and gushes from a spring called Suleimanieh supplies Fin Gardens. The people of Kashan have built many pleasant gardens near this spring since pre-Islamic times. The ruins of the former garden clearly show a long period of occupation between the 10th and 16th centuries. The garden we see currently was constructed after a devastating earthquake in 1574.

Sialk Mounds

Sialk Mounds
The Sialk mounds are among the most ancient sites of civilization on the Iranian plateau. The two mounds are called the Greater Sialk (southern mound) and the Smaller Sialk (northern mound). These imposing tumuli and the relics they contain are the remains of the ancient city of Sialk, which, according to the research carried out in 1932-37 by French Prof. Ghirshman, was inhabited by highly civilized people from the 5th millennium B.C. or earlier.

Mausoleum of Abu Lolo

Mausoleum of Abu Lolo
Standing just outside Kashan on the way to Fin is the mausoleum of Baba Shoja al-Din, better known as Abu Lolo. Greatly honored by the local Shiite community, he was allegedly the assassin of Omar, the second Muslim caliph. According to Islamic chronologies, his name was Firuz, and in his youth, he practiced some crafts in Fin. He was brought as a slave to Medina, where he performed his notorious assassination. The story goes that he was pursued as far as the present Kashan by Omar's warriors, who were close to catching him in the desert.