Iran, with its illustrious past, is a treasure trove of ancient civilizations. From the awe-inspiring ruins of Persepolis to the timeless wonders of Isfahan's architectural marvels, our ziarat packages provide a rare opportunity to walk in the footsteps of bygone empires and savor the heritage that shaped the world.

Tour Highlights in Iran

  • Shah Cheragh: Marvel at the breathtaking beauty of the illuminated shrine, a symbol of peace and spirituality in Shiraz.
  • Badab-e Surt: Witness the stunning terraced hot springs in Mazandaran, a natural wonder of vibrant colors.
  • The Ruins of Persepolis: Step back in time as you explore the ancient capital of the Achaemenid Empire, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Nasir al-Mulk Mosque: Experience the "Pink Mosque" in Shiraz, adorned with exquisite stained glass windows.
  • Yakhchāls: Discover the ancient ice houses that ingeniously stored ice and chilled water even in the scorching desert heat.
  • Alamut Castle: Unravel the mysteries of this historical fortress nestled amidst the Alborz Mountains.
  • Nushabad Underground City: Venture into the depths of an ancient subterranean city, a testament to human ingenuity.
  • Zoroastrian Towers of Silence: Learn about the unique burial rituals of Zoroastrians atop these eerie, circular structures.
  • Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System: Admire the innovative engineering of this UNESCO-listed ancient water management system.
  • Kariz-e-Kish: Explore the ancient underground aqueducts that supplied water to the island of Kish.
  • Radkan Tower: Behold the architectural wonder of an ancient brick tower rising from the desert landscape.
  • Nashtifan Windmills: Visit the world's oldest windmills in action, harnessing the power of the wind for centuries.
  • Naqsh-e Rustam: Witness the monumental tombs and rock reliefs of ancient Persian kings.
  • 3N Cave – The World’s Largest Salt Cave: Venture into the massive underground salt caverns, a unique geological marvel.
  • Ali Sadr Cave: Cruise through the mesmerizing underground river in this vast cave system.
  • Troglodyte Village of Kandovan: Experience the charm of a village built into volcanic rocks, creating a fairy-tale-like landscape.
  • Pigeon Towers of Iran: Admire the historic structures designed for pigeon breeding and fertilizer production.
  • Sheikh Lotfallah Mosque: Be awed by the intricate architecture and spiritual ambiance of this Safavid-era mosque in Isfahan.
  • Deir-e Gachin Caravanserai: Travel back in time at this ancient roadside inn, a testament to the Silk Road's significance.
  • Lut Desert (Dasht-e Lut): Witness the otherworldly landscapes of one of the hottest places on Earth, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Bazaar of Kashan: Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of this traditional Iranian marketplace.
  • Masuleh: Explore the quaint mountain village with its unique stepped architecture.
  • Yazd Atash Behram: Visit one of the nine Atash Behrams, the highest grade of Zoroastrian fire temples.
  • Stone Garden: Discover the fascinating collection of unique geological formations in Kerman.
  • Hormuz Island: Experience the vividly colored soils and stunning beaches on this vibrant island.
  • Tomb of Hafez: Pay tribute to the celebrated Persian poet at his final resting place in Shiraz.
  • Tomb of Cyrus: Visit the tomb of the great Cyrus the Great, the founder of the Persian Empire.
  • Sar Yazd Castle: Explore the ancient mud-brick castle offering panoramic views of the surrounding desert.
  • Salt Men of Iran: Uncover the mummified remains of ancient miners preserved by salt in the Chehrabad Salt Mine.
  • Kharānaq: Wander through the abandoned mud-brick village and glimpse its intriguing history.
  • Maymand: Discover the ancient troglodyte village and its unique cave dwellings.
  • Tomb of Daniel: Visit the tomb of the biblical figure Daniel, revered by both Muslims and Christians.
  • Eram Garden: Relax in the picturesque Persian garden in Shiraz, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Dolat Abad Windcatcher: Marvel at the impressive wind tower designed for natural cooling in Yazd.
  • Iran Mall: Shop and dine at one of the largest shopping malls in the world.
  • Greek Ship: Explore the shipwreck of a Greek cargo vessel near Qeshm Island.
  • Tehran Aerospace Exhibition Center: Learn about Iran's achievements in aerospace and aviation.
  • Fatemeh Maasoume Shrine: Pay homage to the sister of Imam Reza (AS) at this revered shrine in Qom.

These are just a few of the incredible highlights waiting to be discovered in Iran, a land of rich history, natural wonders, and cultural diversity.

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Do I need a visa to travel to Iran from Pakistan?
Yes, Pakistani citizens require a visa to travel to Iran. You can apply for an Iranian visa through the Iranian consulate or embassy in Pakistan.
What is the best time to visit Iran from Pakistan?
The ideal time to visit Iran is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months offer milder weather and pleasant temperatures for exploring the country.
What are the must-visit destinations in Iran?
Some of the top destinations in Iran include Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz, Yazd, and Persepolis. Each city offers unique cultural, historical, and architectural experiences.
What is the currency used in Iran, and can I use Pakistani Rupees?
The currency used in Iran is the Iranian Rial (IRR). You cannot use Pakistani Rupees directly in Iran, so it's advisable to exchange your money to the local currency upon arrival or use internationally accepted credit/debit cards where possible.

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