Note: There is 20% Discount for groups of 2 people, and 30% for groups of 3 or more on all the packages.
Sightseeing is extremely popular among tourists traveling in Iran and Isfahan, the half of the world, is one of their major sightseeing destinations. Do we really need to waste ink describing this museum of a city already named one of the most beautiful cities in the world? You will find Isfahan near the center of Iran surrounded by deserts and located in Iran’s most popular route between Shiraz and Kashan. Iran is no short of historically significant urban areas but Isfahan is of utterly paramount status when it comes to the number of its historic edifices. Isfahan is a city known for many of its landmarks. The panoramic sublimity of Naghshe Jahan Square, otherworldly tranquility of its grand mosques and the palatial eminence of Chehel Sotun are just a tinge of Isfahan’s rainbow of sightseeing spots. As a result of this spectacular diversity, Isfahan sightseeing tours secure a permanent place in our Iran sightseeing tours. Also included in our Isfahan sightseeing day tours, are visits to Vank Cathedral, one of the most sacred places for Iranian Christians and a prime example of the merge of Iranian artistry and Christian spirituality. Other tourist attractions of Isfahan specially favored by the tourists are the historic bazaar of Isfahan and the famous Si-o-se-pol Bridge that marries Isfahan’s historic side with its modern urban area. Watching the sunset from the top of Si-o-se-pol while the flowing streams of Zayanderud gradually turn their bluish green color to orange, red and ultimately pitch dark makes you utterly oblivious to the fact that you aren’t very far from one of the hottest spots on the face of the earth where even the talk of a little brook sounds like a joke. Although our sightseeing tour of Isfahan takes just one day, it is a day worth every hour and we are absolutely sure that you will want to revisit the half of the world.
Travelers to Garmeh village, this remote oasis in the midst of Iran’s largest desert, Dasht-e Kavir, are often rendered speechless by its unique desert sights. A trip to this secluded destination offers visitors a completely different and novel look into Iran’s most unsullied remnants of civilization. Considering the long distance of Garmeh village and its adjacent spectacular Mesr desert from the capital, we organize our Garmeh village tour from Isfahan and Yazd. Our Garmeh tour from Isfahan starts at your desired date in the morning. Our professional tour guide picks you up from the address you have provided during the booking process and takes you straight to Garmeh village. The trip takes about five hours at the end of which you will check in one of Garmeh’s famous traditional accommodation facilities. The experience of this extraordinary village is further enhanced by a stay in these authentic folk guesthouses. The owners of these lovely abodes such as Maziar Aledavood, the head of the amazing Ateshooni guesthouse, are sophisticated locals who add to the taste of your trip by providing a lively atmosphere, one characterized by live music and festive gatherings. There are lots of amazing stuff on our tour itinerary. These include hiking in the mesmerizing Mesr desert and watching the magical sunset over the dunes, relishing the pristine desert sights (ponds surrounded by palm trees and etc.), visiting ancient sites, learning about the local traditions and getting firsthand experience of the desert life. The tour ends where it started in Isfahan on the second day of the tour.
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