21 Days

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Cultural

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UNESCO Sites

€ 1445

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About My Iran Trip

Iran UNESCO Heritage Tour

Iran UNESCO Heritage Tour is a 21-day tour package that starts and ends in Tehran. On the way, you visit 14 other destinations in Iran. Iran UNESCO Heritage Tour Includes sightseeing, accommodation, guide, transport, and more. We are guarding these world's properties to introduce part of Iran and world history to the rest of the world. Every one of these precise legacies has a long and fascinating story. Our tour guides tell you the stories and help you learn more and more about Iran.

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Tehran

Tehran

Iran

Active, Urban adventure

9.5

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My Iran trip Itinerary

Right on your arrival, we pick you up at IKA (Tehran International Airport) and transfer you to the hotel. A full day Sightseeing in Tehran including Golestan Palace (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE) one of the oldest historic monuments in the city of Tehran. Next, we visit the National Museum of Iran which holds an incredibly wide range of pre-Islamic as well as post-Islamic remaining works including pottery vessels, metal objects, textile remains, and some rare books and coins. Make sure not to miss the Treasury of National Jewels Museum*. Here is the most dazzling collection of gemstones and jewelry known in the world; the most spectacular objects have been placed on public display and form one of the country's principal tourist attractions.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Special Information:

* National Jewels Museum is open on Saturday to Tuesday from 2 to 4 PM. In case you arrive in Tehran days other than the due time of visit, we replace the Abgineh glass and ceramic museum.

Beginning the second day by visiting Sadabad Palace is a great way to get more familiar with various historical, cultural and artistic aspects of Iran. At the foot of the snowcapped Alborz ranges, north of Tehran lays Sadabad Palace. The supposed area and the early structures were first erected as the summer residence of Qajar kings and now is turned into a majestic museum to represent the finest works of art from Iranian and non-Iranian artists to a large number of visitors. After a rather light walk, it’s time to relax by the river in Darband recreational area. We eat in one of the gourmet restaurants, lined along the river. Since Darband is located in the foothills of Alborz, it is locals’ frequent hang around the spot. Get enough dose of Iranian artistic point of view, we visit Tajrish Bazaar, locals’ favorite Bazaar. This center of commerce is decorated with well-designed arches. The bazaar has many passageways leading to different sections where you can purchase a variety of goods and products. At the end of this fantastic day, we take the flight to Ardebil.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Our travel through history still continues. We visit Sheikh Safi complex (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE) where you can find the finest stucco works in Islamic Iranian history. It is a distinctive complex in which the elegance of structural style and spirituality are in a congruous discourse. Hit the trail and drive to Sarein. There we relax in Thermal pools and enjoy natural beauties around. Continue our journey, we drive to Tabriz.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Today we get up early in the morning to visit Iran’s most important church in case of age and architecture. So we drive to Jolfa, home of St. Thaddeus Monastery (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE). This church together with 2 others is listed as UNESCO Heritage as Armenian Monastic Ensembles of Iran. They bear testimony to a very large and refined panorama of architectural and decorative content associated with Armenian culture, in interaction with other regional cultures. Since Tabriz has other UNESCO-listed heritages we have to get back to Tabriz. After lunch, we head to Tabriz Bazaar (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE) the beating heart of the city where you can mingle with people and enjoy the hustle of the market. Not enough yet? We head to the Blue Mosque. A masterpiece despite being ruined by a devastating earthquake still can leave you speechless. You get surprised when you hear about the glorious days of the mosque.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Our amazing stay in Tabriz has finished and we have to continue our way. We drive to Zanjan to visit Iran’s other UNESCO world heritage. Since we shouldn’t miss Kandovan rocky village, we have a short stop there on our way to Zanjan. Kandovan, with it’s at least 800 years existence, is a wonderful example of manmade cliff dwelling which is still inhabited. At first glance, the landscape of the village contains erratic sharp-pointed cones with holes in them. With homes carved inside rocks, some of them 700 years old, the Kandovan village is said to have been partially formed by volcanic remains from a strong Mount Sahand eruptions hundreds of years ago. Another interesting aspect is the fact that the rock acts as energy-efficient material, keeping the house cool during summer and warm during winter. Resume our journey and on our way, we face a mysterious place where some wired natural structures are gathered. Each of them bears secrets and stories passed through generations by word. Takht-e Soleyman (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE) located in Takab south of west Azerbaijan province, is Iran’s Throne of King Solomon. In the middle of a valley is an oval platform rising about 60m above the surrounding plain. Located on the platform is a lake fed by springs hidden beneath the surface. Saturated with minerals, the water of this lake is neither drinkable nor able to support any life. An ancient volcano, known as Zendan-e Soleyman (meaning ‘The Prison of Solomon’) is located about 3km to the west of the site. According to folk legend, King Solomon used to imprison monsters inside the 100m deep crater. Given its stunning natural landscape, it is little wonder that Takht-e-Soleyman was perceived as a mystical site by the ancients.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Today as a perfect start we visit the magnificent XIV Century Gonbad-e Soltaniyeh (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE), the tomb/tower of Uljaytu, the last Mongol/Il-Khanid Ruler of Iran (1304-1330). The monument is remarkable in many different architectural aspects, including its huge dome which is about 167 feet high and ranks amongst the largest domes in the world. Gonbad-e Soltaniyeh is one of 23 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Iran. If you look at the dome from at the distance, what you can easily make, is a unique azure-colored crown locating on 8 slender pillars. By the afternoon we arrive in Hamedan. After a short rest, we head to Ganjnameh.  Green area guarding Darius inscription for years. It is located at the end of the Abbas Abad Valley and has been engraved on a mountain.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

To catch up with our schedule we visit Tomb of Esther and Mordechai. This is the tomb of Ester the Queen of Shush (the wife of Xerxes of Iran) and Mordechai her uncle. The structure is constructed by brick and stone almost 11 centuries ago, in order to pay homage to these two important Jewish figures. Leave Hamedan and head to Kermanshah. En route, we visit Bisotun in Bisotun (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE) District, in Harsin County. The town is located at the foot of Mount Bisotun, the flank of which is the location of an important historical site. The principal monument of this archaeological site (carved 60 m above the ground) is the bas-relief and cuneiform inscription ordered by Darius I, The Great when he rose to the throne of the Persian Empire, 521 BC. The bas-relief portrays Darius holding a bow, as a sign of sovereignty, and treading on the chest of a figure who lies on his back. Before him, a line of hostages, all hand-tied, are arrested. It is unique, being the only known monumental text of the Achaemenids to document a specific historic event. Hit the road once again and settle in Kermanshah. Our Kermanshah city tour continues by visiting Taq-e Bostan which means "Arch of the Garden" or "Arch made by stone" which is a site with a series of large rock bas reliefs from Sassanid era, carved around 4th century AD. This example of Persian Sassanid art is located 5 km from the city center of Kermanshah. No other visit, we head to our next destination, Khorramabad.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Today we visit the monumental Falak-ol-Aflak Castle, a castle still standing strong during centuries and look over the city. Over 1,800 years old magnificent castle with 8 towers and 22.5 meters high walls situated on the top of a large hill. Atop the castle, you are able to visit scenic views of the city. Then we drive to Shushtar to visit Shushtar historical hydraulic system (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE), a complex irrigation system dating back to the Sassanid era. It can be traced back to Darius the Great in the 5th century B.C. we finish our excursion and get back to Shushtar.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

 

After breakfast, we drive to Susa, en-route to our first destination, we pay a visit to magnificent Tchogha Zanbil (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE) which is an ancient Elamite complex in Khuzestan. It is one of the few existent ziggurats outside Mesopotamia. Tchoga Zanbil which means 'basket mound’ was built about 1250 BC by the order of king Untash Napirisha, mainly to honor the great god Inshushinak. Some 15 kilometers away from the main site Haft Tappeh shows up which is one of Iran's most significant archeological sites. Then we get back to our way to Susa (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE) to Apadana Complex, the Achaemenid’s winter palace. It was built by the order of Darius the Great, King of Achaemenes around years 515_521 BC in Susa (ancient city) on the remains of Elamite constructions. This city has historic places as old as Iran’s oldest civilizations.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Early in the morning, we drive to Shiraz. On our way to the lovely city of flowers and nightingales, we have a chance to visit several outstanding sites dating back to Elamite (3 to 5 thousand years ago) and Sassanid eras (1800 years ago). Worthy enough to spend hours in the area, Bishapur ( UNESCO HERITAGE SITE) is a large ancient city built by Shapur 1st in 266 AD and sometimes known as 'Shapur's City. The city mostly was built by Romans taken captive after their emperor was defeated by Shapur’s army. The site is partly excavated, disclosing the palace of Shapur and the nearby Anahita’s Temple. Apochi tour guides tell you stories buried under the years of ignorance. There are footprints of most powerful empires all around Fars province, from west to east. As we continue our journey towards Shiraz another historic site reveals. Tang-e Chogan (Chogan Gorge) is a valley with a running river located 5 minutes east of Bishapur city. The place used to be a polo ground for Sassanid emperors. The most eye-catching monument in the place is Shapur I statue at a Cave entrance, 800 meters above the river floor. There are 6 bas reliefs representing Shapur I, Bahram I and II, Sassanid kings.  After light hiking, we hit the road and drive to Shiraz.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

We start our day excursion in Shiraz in the beautiful orange-scented Narenjestan Garden. Then continue our journey to Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque (aka Pink Mosque) few steps from Vakil Bazaar. It was built under the command of one of the Qajar lords, Mirza Hasanali Nasir-ol-Molk. It took 12 years to complete in 1888. Its interior reveals a magnificent masterpiece of design with stunning colors. If you are a photography fan, you are in the right place. The mosque is considered to be one of the most picturesque and iconic places in Shiraz better still in Iran. Since the time is so crucial in the mosque photography, make sure you are there on time. After a short excursion, you have time to explore and shop in the bustling Vakil Bazaar, home to hundreds of stores, beautiful courtyards, and an ancient caravanserai. Our visit isn’t finished in the Vakil complex. Vakil Bath and Mosque are next on our list. Then, you visit Karim Khan Citadel (Arg of Karim khan), built during the Zand Dynasty. After lunch, we get surprised by the distinguished architecture of Persian Gardens in Eram Garden (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE). Stroll in the Garden while you are filled with information about the history of the place. In the end, we visit Iranians’ beloved poem’s tomb, Hafezieh in a lovely garden. As a recommendation, ask locals to read the same poem for you and interpret it. The answers are amusing.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

An exciting excursion to the heart of ancient Persia is ahead of us today. Persepolis (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE), a treasure that remained from the ancient era, a complex which accommodates a bunch of palaces, discloses many secrets of the Persian World. Not so far, we visit Naghsh-e Rostam which is an ancient Necropolis, a large ancient cemetery with elaborate tomb monuments. Here you can see a group of ancient Iranian rock bas reliefs from the Sassanid era. Hit the road once again, we drive to Pasargadae (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE), where Cyrus the Great is resting for centuries. These ruins are among the only remains reflecting the glory of the ancient Persian Empire.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Iran isn’t just history. To understand Iran better we have to learn about its nature as well. To make it easier for you, we recommend salt lakes. Maharlu Lake is one of the kind.  There we face a rare phenomenon, barely happens in nature.  The lake is pink. Relaxing by the lake for a while we continue our way to another UNESCO WORLD HERITAGESassanid Archaeological Landscape of Fars Region which is recently added to the UNESCO heritage of Iran, has got 3 main places to visit. Sarvestan Palace, one of these three, is our next stop. This palace has been erected on land as big as 25 hectares and is one of the earliest rock-stone structures, built in the Sassanid era. Resume our journey, we drive to Meymand (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE). Rock village of Meymand is located at the southern extremity of Iran’s central mountains in Kerman province. A semi-nomadic lifestyle is the most common in this Semi-arid, self-contained part of Iran. They raise their animals and grow their mountain pastures. Nomadic lifestyle forces them to leave their temporary settlements (in Spring and fall) to live lower down the valley in cave dwellings carved out of the soft rock during winter months. This village has won the international Melina Mercury Prize, due to a perfect adaptation of human life and nature. We spend the night there and experience a rare and almost unrepeatable stay in Meymand rock dwellings.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Once again under the sunlight, we have a stroll through the unusual dwellings in Meymand and think about the differences in our modern life and their lifestyle. Then we head to the city of Kerman and after a while rest, our city tour starts. Two main attractions are on our list. Apochi offers a memorable full-day tour to the historic heart of Kerman city and Ganjali Khan Complex. The Complex was constructed during the Safavid era and consists of a bathhouse, mosque, caravanserai, bazaar, and mint all gathering around a beautiful large square. The general position and architecture of the buildings is a reminder of the masterpieces like Naghsh-e Jahan in Isfahan and Amir Chakhmaq in Yazd. Then we visit Jabalieh Rock Dome is an ancient octagonal building located in a garden, in the outskirt of the Kerman, Iran.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

As we know Kerman’s attractions aren’t centered in the Kerman city itself. Today we start another excursion. In the morning we drive 100 Km south of Kerman to Rayen. The medieval mudbrick city of Rayen is similar to Arg-e Bam. Rayen displays all the architectural elements of a deserted citadel. It is extremely well preserved, despite numerous natural disasters Rayen Castle was inhabited until 150 years ago and, although believed to be at least 1,000 years old, may have foundations from the pre-Islamic Sassanid era. To get more familiar with the mysterious mysticism, we visit the Tomb of one of the most influential Sufis, Shah Nematollah vali who still has many followers in Iran and they hold rituals there. Continue exploring we reach Mahan, where a green patch, known as Shazde Garden (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE), appears right in the middle of an arid and sterile Desert. If you see the garden from above, you can’t believe your eyes. This landmark is a dazzling pavilion at the far end of a non-level pool, locating in the middle of the desert. A desirable cool breeze touches your skin while walking along the stair-like pond. It truly reminds you of heaven. It isn’t finished yet. Bam citadel is ahead of us. Considered to be the heart of tourism in the Southeastern of Iran, Bam attracts thousands of visitors each year. The main icons of this glamorous city are Qanats, tasty dates, and adobe structures. After lunch, we drive to Shahdad to have the time of your life. Put whatever you’ve visited ever aside, they can’t even get close to Lut Desert’s wonders. A vast expanse, total silence, and eye-catching views are only a fraction of what you are about to visit in Lut desert (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE). Based on most travelers’ testimony, the Lut desert has the most dazzling sunsets. We arrange the tour to catch up with the sunset and visit the sun going down among Kalouts (Mighty Yardangs). Its Photographers’ heaven. Kalouts are dominant natural features in the Lut desert, formed by wind erosion during centuries. Yardangs together with tall sand dunes are wonders leave you speechless.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Home to Zoroastrians, Yazd still holds Fire temples, with fires burning for 2500 years now. The city also has a great reputation for its remarkable wind towers providing us with a natural air conditioning system to blow cool and pleasing air in the middle of the scorching summer. One may also remember Yazd by the Pahlavani and Zoorkhane rituals. On the way to Yazd, we have the chance to visit Zein-o-Din Caravanserai in a relative shortstop. The caravanserai used to offer cozy stay and accommodation to passing caravans. Mehr-Padin Castle, located in Mehriz, is surely among your visiting list that you won’t forget. This glorious castle was built 600 years ago. It has two defensive battlements and nine circular towers. The exterior space of the castle is surrounded by a vast moat and interior space of the castle is surrounded by two mud brick fences. Mehriz city is famous for its beautiful and spectacular gardens. Continue our journey, we settle in Yazd.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Reaching Yazd, we begin by visiting Zoroastrian’s Tower of Silence, a circular and raised structure, built by Zoroastrians on top of a hill. It was used for incarnation for dead bodies to be exposed to carrion birds. We next have the chance to visit Yazd Fire-Temple, a place of worship for Zoroastrians, which contains in its heart a 2500-year-old fire and the Zoroastrians’ Museum containing numerous ancient writings.  We experience walking through narrow allies of Fahadan District (Old city of Yazd) (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE) with tall mud and straw walls, which are reminiscent of the ancient architecture of the city. The passages of the city were previously replete with arcs, curves, and bends, wide enough for just two or three pedestrians to walk through. Among numerable attractions of Yazd, here we visit Amir Chakhmaq Complex. The complex is decorated by a long rectangular pool, surrounded by small shops; not only can one enjoy shopping for souvenirs from such traditional and local shops which mainly sell handicrafts, but he/she can also rest their eyes on the alluring beauty of the architecture of the mosque. Last but not least, is Dowlat Abad Garden (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE) which is renown all across the globe due to its tallest wind tower of the world.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

In the morning drive to Isfahan, en-route to Isfahan, we have a shortstop in Meybod. The city receives great credit for minting-coins workshops which we also visit. On the way to Isfahan, we stop to visit Narin Castle Remains located in the middle of the historical texture of Meybod. Another must-see monument in Meybod is Shah-Abbasi Caravanserai built in the Safavid era. Just like travelers in the past who could rest and recover from the day's journey, we also stop here on our way to Isfahan to enjoy the architecture of the structure, having rooms all around it traditionally used as shops and stores. Now it is time to visit Mud-Brick Icehouse, an up-side-down cone which has a subterranean storage space; it was often used to store ice, but sometimes was used to store food as well. We should leave Meybod to visit Nain Jame Mosque situated in the old texture of the city. Finally, we settle in Isfahan.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Get ready to visit half of the world; Isfahan was once the capital of Persia and one of the largest cities in the world. We begin our journey through Isfahan by visiting Chehel-Sotun Palace (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE). This architectural masterpiece is a pavilion in the midst of a park at the far end of a long pool which is a typical design of all Persian Gardens. We continue our tour to Naghsh-e Jahan (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE) Square which is an oblong-shaped square built in the Safavid era. The square with its lively atmosphere has always been a perennial tourist attraction; it is bordered on all sides by aesthetically remarkable monumental buildings linked by a series of two-storied arcades of shops. The monuments surrounding the square are called Shah (Imam) Mosque, The Pavilion of Ali-Qapu Palace and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque. We visit the Shah Mosque which was built during the Safavid period by the order of the first Shah Abbas. And last but not least Isfahan Grand Bazaar.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Today, we drive to Tehran via Abyaneh and Kashan. Locating between two famous historic cities, Abyaneh village is a must-see. Whether you drive north from Isfahan or to the south from Kashan, your journey ends in a unique place you have ever visited. Abyunies are proud of their village, costume, and lifestyle. Although new generations are now living out of the village for educational reasons, they still gather for ceremonies and rituals. Walking through the village, you can see people coming out of the red-clay houses, all dressed in local costume. Abyaneh’s fire temple, which is the oldest monument in the village and was built during the Achaemenid period, is also called the first Persian Empire. Then we visit the village’s Mosque. This ancient village is a living museum. On the way back you can visit Fin Garden (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE) where Amirkabir, the Qajar prime minister and a national hero was murdered by an assassin sent by the King, Nasereddin Shah in 1852. Fin Garden dates to the early Safavid Dynasty. Open your way through tall cypress trees, hammam, fountains, and museum to seek out more traces of Safavid Dynasty. The best time to visit the village is from March to August. Hit the road again, we drive to Kashan. Kashan is a town known for its superb ceramic industry dating back to the 12th century. Walk around Bagh-e Fin ( Fin Garden), a lush historical Persian garden if it’s not too busy, queue for a hammam at the housing complex – the very place where Iranian nationalist hero Amir Kabir was murdered in 1852. In the garden you can enjoy a delightful atmosphere as water from a natural spring flows through a series of turquoise-colored pools and fountains. Then we visit Tabatabaeiand Borujerdi Traditional Houses, both are a perfect place to gain an insight as to how great taste of art and exquisite workmanship can come together to build a splendid house about 2 centuries ago.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast

Today is the last day you are in Iran, there are no activities planned for the final day and you are free to depart at any time. Please note you must check out of the hotel by 12 pm. We directly drive to airport for departure.

Accommodation:

  • Hotel (1 night)

Meals Included:

  • Breakfast
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Private Coach, Private Car

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Hotel / Local House

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Not Included

Tour Guide

Accompanied / English

Amazing Iran

  • Great, overall view of Iran and Persian history. Beautiful country!
    Iran-travelers
    Joe Smith
  • The 11 day budget tour was absolutely excellent value for money with most aspects of the itinerary exceeding my expectations. The guides were exceptionally well qualified, knowledgeable and experienced with excellent social skills and friendly, warm and sociable personalities.
    Rowena Kelly
  • Hit and miss - while we loved our time in Iran, the tour was disappointing in some regards. Shaqa was a friendly, welcoming and personable guide however she often put her own interests before those of her group (only 4 of us travelling together). Knowledge was lacking in other areas however we supplemented this with our guidebooks. A more detailed itinerary would help matters. Driver, vehicle, hotels all very good.
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    Katrina Chisnall
  • It was my dream for a long time to visit Iran and the experience that I had with Esmael and Oveyss was awesome. Very helpful people and resourceful. My expectations were above and beyond. These people left a good mark of me of Iran. It was an epic trip from North to South and I wish can do it over again. Thank you very much Esmael and Oveyss
    Josue Emanuel Menjivar
  • Got to see the most important things in a very short period of time. I wouldn't be able to do so many things if we didn't join this tour. Our tour guide Sahand was amazing! He answered all our questions and had the best advice/tips and stories. Getting to know him and about Iran from his perspective was part of the enjoyment of the tour!
    Johan Scheffer
  • Hi, I have just returned from a holiday to Iran. I would like to say thank you for an amazing trip, I know you have lots of destinations and tour guides, but the one we had Oveyss Kiyani, was exceptional, he is like a walking encyclopedia, he is so knowledgeable.
    Johan Scheffer
  • This tour allows you to see most parts of Iran. The tour was very well organised. I had an excellent driver, who managed to safely navigate Iranian traffic, which was not always easy. My tour guide Elahe was knowledgeable, efficient and professional, but also had that personal touch, which I very much appreciated.
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    Valentina Moltchanova
  • Our trip to Iran was a big question at the begining however it ended up as an amazing one. It was totally a new experience. Iranians are so freindly and love to take selfies. Local houses give you the chance to live locals' life for a short time. Its too short but authentic. Apochi team were a good hand and a great supporter in time of exchange challenges.
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    Merry Johnson
  • Superb, certainly one of the best traveling experiences we've had over the past decade or so. We learned about 2500 years of Persian culture; we learned what a skewed view of Iran we tend to get from Western politicians and media. We are very impressed with the Iranian people. This all thanks to the travel agency Apochi.com
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    Kees
  • Sahand - our local guide - made the tour absolutely incredible. The itinerary was good and Sahand was happy to be flexible. Some items in the itinerary were scheduled on Friday however Sahand moved these around for us. The hotel in Isfahan was great. Apochi did run the group tour with just two people and so we were very thankful for the - in effect - private tour. Iran is amazing!!
    Benjamin Griffin
  • The Apochi team in Tehran was very helpful, setting up this comprehensive tour with just myself travelling on very short, four-day notice. They helped out at my arrival when cash was needed to get the entry visa, provided a highly competent tour guide who is a PhD candidate in archaeology, and were flexible with the hotel reservations when dealing with change. requests. And Apochi is the perfect partner to set you up.
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    Peter Herzog
  • Forget all your preconceptions. Iran has the friendliest people in the world (we were stopped and chatted and took selfies with literally hundreds), the most fascinating historical sites (especially Persepolis, gorgeous palaces and Mosques) beautiful landscapes (Lut desert, mountains) and we felt completely safe. Our guide Reza and the Managing Director of Apochi, ATA, were particularly helpful.
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    Lawrence Gerner
  • Along our trip, many times I joined other group to hear the orientation from their guide. Why? 1. Our guide Just let us read explanation signs. 2. I found other guides are much knowledgeable. Reza is a good guy but obviously he only knows your information at Tabriz.
    Chia-mei Tseng
  • Absolutely loved Iran, the scenery, the cities, the history and the people. Such friendly, helpful, caring people. Esmaeil my guide for the last week has been so knowledgeable as well as fun to be with.
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    Noreen Tennant
  • We are very happy with your service. All your team, specially the guides; are marvelous people. You have a beautiful country with very special people. Although we could reach the summit , we are really happy, for this reason the next summer we want to visit you again
    Jose
  • As for our driver-guide ‘Mister Bobak He has been helpful in many ways, providing interpretation, translation, wifi, answers to our many questions, and leading us to good addresses we would not have discovered without his help. This was an excellent company and guidance, we can easily recommend to our family members, colleagues, and friends willing to visit Iran.’
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    Jan Do Volder
  • Salam! Everything was OK. Mehmet was a great guide, very courteous and with a lot of interesting informations. Sepas again!
    Osvaldo
  • Hi! It was really great. Esmail was a great guide and we had lots of fun with him
    Noelia
  • Everything ok.our guide very nice and interesting. Plenty of informations Top
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    Helene
  • thank you very much! The tour with Mr Mojtaba was excellent, he was very knowledgeable and kind. We visited the three places in a calm and yet very informative manner. I also liked very the lunch in the guesthouse with its very kind atmosphere. Many thanks again, also greetings to Mr. Mojtaba,
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    Alexander Trunk
  • thank you for your message we are very well and very happy for our tour! Mr. Mehran is a very kind and experienced Person, we could really feel how much he loves your country; the tour with him has been excellent! Speak you soon, have a nice evening.
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    Rafaella
  • Maryam was a wonderful guide.Punctual, relaxed, very kind with an eye for my disability. Her English vocabulary was amazing. it made it possible to takh about every subject. her historical knowledge was outstanding. and her sense of humor matched mine.
    iran-traveler
    Alma
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