Iran Holy Water Tour
11 Days from $300 pp
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 Tehran
 Tabriz
 Larijan
 Ramsar
 Masuleh

 

Trip Overview

The term Spa is derived from the name of the town of Spa in Belgium, whose name is known back to Roman times and means “health through water”. The belief in the curative powers of mineral waters goes back to prehistoric times. Since it is beneficial for one’s health and wellness; Going to the spa is a great way to relax and rejuvenate, and it offers a fun and easy way to maintain good hygiene.

Included Highlights Iran Holy Water Tour Route Map

  • Golestan Palace
  • Ab Garm Larijan
  • Roodkhan Castle
  • Ardabil Hot Springs
  • Tabriz Bazaar

Optional Activities

  • Spend Time with Nomads
  • Traditional Hotel

Tour Facts

Accommodation Hotel, Guest House, Camping (With Facilities)
Transport Private vehicle, Flight
Visa Free on Tour (Apply)
Customizable Yes, Customize Iran Holy Water Tour

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Trip Itinerary

Iran Holy Water Tour Route MapOur routes have been carefully chosen to include the best night stops and highlights. However, as local and operational conditions may vary and unforeseen circumstances can arise, the following itinerary should be used as a guideline.

Day 1
Tehran
Arrival in Tehran, transfer to hotel.
Hotel in Tehran   Breakfast
Day 2
Tehran
Full day city tour of Tehran to visit Golestan Palace (Unesco world Heritage site ) that is The oldest of the historic monuments in Tehran and a world heritage .It is consists of 17 palaces, museums, and Halls and originally built during the Safavid dynasty. Then visiting The Archaeological or national museum which is the combination of two museums, the old Archaeological Museum of Iran and the modernistic white travertine National Arts Museum with eight departments and finally Glass and Carpet Museums.
Hotel in Tehran   Breakfast
Day 3
Tehran – Larijan
Drive to Ab Garm Larijan district in Lar valley. The water from this spring is useful in the treatment of chronic wounds, and skin diseases. Near these springs there are some public baths with small pools for public use. The surrounding environment has intermingled with a pleasant moderate climate and eye-catching high mountain landscapes. Continue e our way to Amol
Hotel in Amol   Breakfast
Day 4
Amol – Ramsar
Drive to Ramsar, enroute visitng beautiful city of chalus for enjoying its Tele Cabin and eye-catching scenery, Ejabat & Chaikhoran palace, then Kelardasht and Ramsar.
Hotel in Ramsar   Breakfast
Day 5
Ramsar
Full day city tour of Ramsar to visit its attractions and also famous spas of city.
Hotel in Ramsar   Breakfast
Day 6
Ramsar – Masuleh
Drive to Masuleh, enroute visiting Markooh castle, Javaher Deh Distinct, Ramsar Museum then Roodkhan castle in Fouman.
Hotel in Masuleh   Breakfast
Day 7
Masuleh – Ardabil
Drive to Ardabil, the city of hot springs and delicious foods like Honey and Ash Doogh (Yogurt Soup). It has a charming climate that every years attractions many passengers. Its name is Sarein and means “Spring’s Outlet”. Enroute a short stop in Anzali to visit its beautiful lagoon.( There are two options for this route : Asalem road and Astara road that each one has its own attractions such a spa )
Hotel in Ardabil   Breakfast
Day 8
Ardabil
Full day city tour of Ardebil to visit the historical city of Ardebil that is believed to be as old as the Achaemenid (ca. 550–330 BC). Its name comes from the Zoroastrian name of “Artawila”, which means a holy place. City tour will be started by visiting The complex of Sheikh Safi-ad-din Ardabili (Unesco world Heritage site) that comprising the mausoleums of Sheikh Safi, its dome called “Allah-Allah, Shah Ismail I, the house of chinaware (Chini khaneh), a mosque, Jannat Sara (meaning the house of paradise), the house of Dervishes (Khanaqah), the house of lamps (Cheragh Khaneh), Shahid khaneh (the house of martyrs) and Chelleh Khaneh. The mausoleum of Sheikh Safi, then Bazaar and other attractions (based on time) and also famous spas of city.
Hotel in Ardabil   Breakfast
Day 9
Ardabil – Meshkin Shahr
Drive to Meshkin shahr to visit its beautiful attractions including different spas, then Tabriz. .
Hotel in Tabriz   Breakfast
Day 10
Ardabil – Tabriz
Full day city tour of Tabriz to visit Blue Mosque, Azerbaijan Museum, Golestan Park, Saat Tower and Arg and The spectacular Bazaar of Tabriz that is one of the oldest bazaars of the Middle East and the largest covered bazar in the World. (UNESCO World Heritage Site). It comprises of several sub-bazaars, such as Amir Bazaar for gold and jewelry, Mozzafarieh in which you can find the most beautiful and luxurious carpets in iran and even world, a shoe bazaar, and many other ones for various goods ;El Goli park will be the last attraction .
Hotel in Tabriz   Breakfast
Day 11
Tabriz – Tehran
Half day city tour of Tehran and bazaar. Transfer to Airport for departure; Then transfer to Imam Airport for departure flight.
Breakfast

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