Iran Mount Damavand Tour is a climbing and trekking tour.
Mountain climbing is a competitive sport. In fact, it is a physical and mental competition and those who win this are rewarded with spectacular views and a feeling of freedom from stress in their daily work.
Reaching the peak of the mountain is the ultimate achievement that everybody loves to experience.
There are several mountains in the world Everest in Nepal, Godwin Austen in Pakistan, and Kanchenjunga in India again are three of The World’s Highest Mountains.
Iran, too, as part of this universe has numerous beautiful mountains Mount Damavand is one of the most famous mountains and the highest peak in Iran.
This mountain is declared an official or notable wonder of Asia and has a significant status in Persian mythology and folklore.
If you crave to experience the feeling of mountain climbing, join us on this tour.
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Based on on your request
Private Bathroom included
Arrival in Tehran, transfer to hotel. Hotel in Tehran Breakfast
Full day city tour of Tehran to visit Golestan Place that is both a historic site and museum. It is a complex that consists of 17 palaces, museums, and Halls. Golestan Palace is worth spending a few hours to visit its luxuriously decorated rooms, nice and big dining area, ballroom, well landscaped Gardens and fountains. The Archaeological or national museum of Iran that represents many different periods of Iran’s rich history.
Then visit the Glass Museum and, if we had time, the jewelry museum (it is open from Saturday to Tuesdays); Transfer to the airport for your departure flight.
Drive to Poloor and the Pretty village of Rineh. Hotel in Raineh
Drive to Gosfandsara early in the morning for starting a 7 hours’ trek to Bargh-e Sevom. It is located at a height of 4250m. Overnight in Bargh e Sevom
High walking to 5000m. We will descend to the shelter in Bargah-e-Sevom. Overnight in Bargh e Sevom
Drive back to Tehran. Free at leisure. Hotel in Tehran
Drive to Isfahan via Kashan. In Kashan you will visit Tabatabaie Residence, Fin Garden, Bazaar and Tappeh Sialk or Sialk Ziggurat. It is claimed to be the world’s oldest Ziggurat, dating to the 3rd millennium BC. Discoveries in this region have revealed that it was one of the primary centers of civilization in prehistoric ages. Overnight Isfahan.
Full day city tour of Isfahan to visit palace of forty Columns or Chehel Sotun. The Palace was built by Shah Abbas II in 1647 as a reception hall. It has 20 columns made of cypress wood. The reflection of these twenty columns in the adjacent pool provides the other twenty; So, it is also known as forty columns.
We will continue Isfahan sightseeing by visiting Naghsh-e-Jahan Square (Image of the World Square). It is the second largest square of the world and one of the world heritage sites of Iran.
The square is 160 meters wide by 508 meters long and was initially intended as the site of state ceremonies and sporting events. By 1602, the Shah had added a commercial element with the construction of two-story shops along the perimeter.
Jame Mosque is on the south end, the Lutfallah Mosque on the east, the Ali Qapu Palace on the west, and a Grand Bazaar on the north end.
We finish a busy day of sightseeing by walking along the Zayande Rood River and Isfahan famous ancient bridges (Si-O-Se Pol & Khaju). Hotel in Isfahan
In the morning we embark on a city tour that covers the rest of highlights of this celebrated historical city and visit the magnificent Jame Atiq Mosque. This mosque is another world heritage site of Iran in UNESCO and one of the oldest mosques of the country.
Then you will visit Ali Gholi Agha Complex that consists of a Bath, Mosque and Bazaar. The last stops will be The Hasht-Behesht Palace and Vank Cathedral. Hotel in Isfahan
Drive to Shiraz via Pasargad to visit the Tomb of Cyrus the great.
There is a delicious Persian cold dessert made from corn starch, sugar and rose water. It is originally from Shiraz; so, don’t miss the taste of it even if the time of your travel is winter. Hotel in Shiraz Breakfast
Start a beautiful morning in Shiraz to visit Zandieh complex (Karim khan’s citadel, pars museum, Vakil bath, Vakil mosque, Vakil bazaar- the traditional bazaar of Shiraz and Moshir caravanserai).
Shiraz was a significant township in Achaemenid times and the treasure trove of Persian culture. It is the birthplace of the great Persian Poets Hafiz and Saadi.
The city is also known as the city of poets, gardens, nightingales and flowers.
In the afternoon we continue our tour by visiting Eram Garden, Hafez and Saadi tomb, Quran gate and Ali ebne Hamze shrine. Hotel in Shiraz
Start your day by visiting Nasir Al Molk mosque then have a full day excursion to Persepolis, a world heritage site backed by Mount Rahmat and is the Ancient Persian capital.
Your last stops will be Naghsh-E-Rostam and Naghsh-E-Rajab; Transfer to the airport for your flight Back.
Iran is a safe country and it has a great level of medical range but anyway, caution is necessary for any country while you are traveling.
Our Agency accepts both Euro and dollars (USD).
For your other costs in Iran, you need to bring Euros and dollars in cash then you can easily change them at the exchange offices.
The currency in Iran is Rial and all of the bills are according to it. All money should be exchanged with Rial, but you will also hear about Toman so don’t get confused. For example, 100,000 Rials equals 10,000 Tomans or 10000 Rials equals 1000 Tomans.
Please be informed that credit cards don’t work in Iran and all expenses here should be paid in cash in the local market.
A few souvenir shops accept credit cards.
There are dress codes in Iran that you need to follow but don’t worry, the rules of wear in Iran aren’t so strict for tourists and foreigners.
Women can wear a tunic, jeans, loose pants, a long ankle skirt, and a scarf (Hijab in Iran is compulsory) and Men can wear everything except short pants that end above or at the knee.
In case you wish to cancel your tour and do not wish to reschedule the tour due to any reason the cancellation policy will be as follow
30 days prior to departure: 25% of the total charge
Between 30 to 7 days prior to departure: 50% of total charges
Less than 7 days prior to departure or no-show: 100% of total charges.