We Go Iran Travel Agency and Tour Operator
Planning to travel to Iran, well you are in the right place to begin.
Our travel agency, Wegoiran.com, is an independent creative agency and tour operator which has been in this business for over 10 years.
Our experts are here to help you, book your tailor-made multi-activities Iran trip.
We offer you various ranges of packages, encompass the most exciting Iran’s destinations, highlights and sights at the affordable price in both individual and group tours.
We can also help you in Iran hotels and tickets booking and Iran visa.
Just let us know what kind of holiday packages, you are looking for.
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Iran Travel Tips
Travel to Iran for the first time?
- Fill out our online visa application form
- Send us the scan of your passport main page in JPG format
- Receive the authorization number after 3 to 7 working days
- Pay our 45 US$ service fee
- Gather the documents you need, refer to the embassy you have selected before. Pay the consular fee and collected your visa
- Choose your preferred Iran tour through our website.
- You don’t find the package which suits your taste!!! It is ok, let us know your Iran travel wish list you have in mind, your budget, your travel time and duration.
- Submit your request.
- Wait for our colleagues to come back to you with the best possible Iran package.
- Finalize your trip, Pack your bag, get on the plane, Come and enjoy.
The currency in Iran is Rial and all of the bills are according to it. All money should exchange with Rial, but you will hear all about Toman so don’t get confused. for example, 10000 Rials equals 1000 Tomans or 1000 Rials equals 100 Tomans.
What currency should you bring to Iran?
All Euro, dollar (USD, AUD, and CAD) and Pound are ok here. You can easily change them at the exchange offices. Don’t forget that credit cards don’t work in Iran and all expenses here should be paid in cash.
IRAN DRESS CODE
There are dress codes in Iran that you need to follow but don’t worry, the rules of the wear in Iran aren’t so district for tourists and foreigners. Women can wear a tunic, jeans, loose pants, long ankle skirt and scarf (Hijab in Iran is compulsory) and Men can wear everything except short pants that end above or at the knee.
Iranian foods are different, healthy, colorful and rich. The wide variety of Iran climate is the main reason for this food diversity.
Any kind of meat is available here but pork and snake meats are forbidden. If you are a vegetarian you don’t need to be worried. You can find all sorts of vegetables in Iran, but as long as being vegetarian is not common here when you want to order the food it’s better to take the advice from your tour guide or the restaurant’s waiters.
WATER AND BEVERAGES IN IRAN
WATER AND BEVERAGES IN IRANYou can easily find mineral water and all kinds of non-alcoholic drinks here in Iran. The city water is cool too, but it’s better to use bottled water. Don’t forget that in Iran any alcoholic drinks are forbidden.
Iran is a safe country and it has a great level in medical range but anyway, caution is necessary for any country while you are traveling.
Darshak and Alpana from Australia
“My wife and I had a fantastic fortnight in Iran. Your organization of the tour was superb and totally blemish-free. our Guide was a wonderful, warm, interesting character whose company and insights we really enjoyed..“
Philip from Australia
“The guide that you provided for me – Ali – was excellent. So overall I am very pleased and will recommend to any of my friends/family in Australia that they should contact you if they want to travel to Iran.“
Tobias from Germany
“I traveled alone and felt very safe at all time. I learned a lot about the Iranian culture, Islamic religion, and history of the country. I was really impressed by the remarkable hospitality of the Iranian people.“
Daphne from Canada
“Hi Mitra, We had an amazing trip to Iran! Thanks a lot for your support and finding the best guide for us. we had a lot of fun and already want to come back to Iran!“