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Cultural Discovery and Culinary Exploration:

Embark on a journey through traditional Iranian music and culinary workshops, specially designed for our guests from Vietnam. Here, you'll master the art of cooking authentic Iranian cuisine, blending the deep cultural and culinary heritage of Iran.

Desert Expedition and Caravanserai Experience:

Begin your exploration of the Matinabad Desert and visit the historic Zein-o-din Caravanserai. Experience the serene beauty and rich historical backdrop of these specific locations, offering unique insights into ancient trade routes and traditional resting places within Iran.

Market Exploration and Handicrafts:

Explore bustling markets in Iran and participate in workshops focusing on traditional handicrafts. Learn the intricate skills of carpet weaving and wood inlay, delving into Iran's intricate world of handicrafts.

Chuyến du lịch 10 ngày tại Iran dành cho người Việt Nam

10-Day Tour of Iran for Vietnamese

Iran Unveiled: A Journey for Vietnamese Travelers

Explore the wonders of Iran hassle-free with our exclusive tour designed specifically for Vietnamese citizens. This visa-free journey takes you on an unforgettable adventure through Iran’s rich culture, history, and breathtaking landscapes. From the bustling streets of Tehran to the tranquil desert landscapes, this tour promises an experience like no other. Join us as we discover ancient cities, picturesque villages, and iconic landmarks, creating memories to last a lifetime.

10 Days



Day 1: Tehran

Arrival, airport welcome, transfer to hotel.

A full-day tour in the capital, Tehran. We begin with a walking tour through old Tehran, visiting the Old Gate of Tehran, Golestan Palace, and the Grand Bazaar, a historical and iconic shopping complex. We will also visit the Iran National Museum, the National Jewelry Museum, and the Carpet Museum of Iran to delve into the cultural richness and history of Iran. Overnight in Tehran.

Day 2: Tehran - Kashan

The journey continues with a drive towards Kashan, where the day is filled with visits to some of the city’s most iconic sites. The tour starts with the Fin Garden, known for its historical significance and beautiful layout, followed by a visit to the ancient Sialk Hill, revealing layers of civilization dating back thousands of years. The exploration extends to the traditional houses of Kashan, including the Borujerdiha House and the Tabatabaei House, showcasing exquisite Persian architecture and design. The day also includes a stroll through the local bazaar, offering a glimpse into the vibrant market life. The night is spent in the traditional “Manouchehri House,” providing an authentic experience of Iranian hospitality.

Day 3: Abyaneh - Isfahan

On the third day, the itinerary leads to a drive towards the picturesque village of Abyaneh, known for its distinctive red mud-brick houses and ancient cultural heritage. After exploring Abyaneh, the journey proceeds to Isfahan. Upon arrival and hotel check-in, the evening is dedicated to visiting Isfahan’s old bridges, including the Si-o-se-pol (33-arch) and Khaju bridges. These architectural marvels over the Zayanderud River are not just vital transportation links but also serve as social gathering spots. The night is spent in Isfahan, soaking in the city’s rich historical ambiance.

Day 4: Isfahan

The fourth day is an immersive tour of Isfahan’s heart, the Naqsh-e Jahan Square, a UNESCO World Heritage site that was once the center of Safavid power. The square is surrounded by monumental buildings, including the Shah Mosque (Imam Mosque), known for its stunning architecture and tilework; Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, a masterpiece of Persian architecture; and the Ali Qapu Palace, with its impressive music room and balcony overlooking the square. The tour also includes a visit to the Qeysarie Bazaar, offering a variety of traditional goods and handicrafts. The visit extends to the Vank Cathedral in the Armenian Quarter, showcasing the city’s religious diversity, and the Chehel Sotoun Palace, known for its twenty columns reflected in the waters of its front pool, creating the impression of forty columns. The day ends with an overnight stay in Isfahan, enriched by the historical and cultural insights gained.

Day 5: Isfahan - Matin Abad Eco-Camp

Departing from Isfahan, the tour heads towards the serene Matin Abad Eco-Camp, nestled in the heart of Iran’s central desert. This unique destination offers an unparalleled opportunity to experience the tranquility and beauty of the desert landscape. Upon arrival, guests can engage in various eco-friendly activities, such as desert trekking, camel riding, or simply enjoying the stunning sunset over the dunes. The night is spent in traditional, yet comfortable, accommodation at the camp, providing a peaceful retreat under the starlit desert sky, making for an unforgettable experience of Iran’s natural beauty and cultural heritage.

Day 6: Matin Abad – Yazd

On Day 6, departing from Matin Abad, we head towards Yazd, with our first stop in the desert city of Naeen to explore its grand mosque and traditional weaving factory, showcasing the region’s rich cultural heritage. The journey continues to the Towers of Silence near Yazd, ancient Zoroastrian structures dedicated to sky burials. Next, we visit Meybod, where attractions like Narin Castle and the famous pigeon tower highlight the area’s historical significance and architectural ingenuity. The day concludes with our arrival in Yazd, where after checking into our hotel, we spend the night, immersing ourselves in the city’s unique desert architecture and ancient ambiance.

Day 7: Yazd - Zain O din Caravanserai

After a morning tour of Yazd, including the Dowlat-Abad Gardens, Zoorkhaneh, Amir Chakhmakh Square, and the bazaar, we depart the city to immerse ourselves in the desert experience at Zein o Din caravanserai. This ancient caravanserai, with its traditional mud-brick architecture, offers a glimpse into the life of travelers and traders who traversed the desert routes centuries ago. Situated in the heart of the desert, Zein o Din provides a unique opportunity to appreciate the stark beauty of the desert landscape and the ingenuity of historical Persian architectural design.

Day 8: Shiraz

Drive to Shiraz; en route, visit the enormous fig garden in the world at Estahban and the Sassanid palace at Sarvestan. After resting at the hotel, we will have a light evening tour of Shiraz, where you will visit the holy shrines of Shiraz (Shah e Cheragh, Ali, even Hamzeh) and the Quran gate. Overnight Shiraz.

Day 9: Shiraz

We will start our Shiraz tour by the Karmikhani complex, the residential palace of the Zand dynasty. Karim Khan Zand, the founder of the Zand dynasty, chose Shiraz as his capital; we continue to Vakil complex, Vakil Mosque, Bazar, and the public bath remaining from his reign. We also visit the colorful Nasirolmolk mosque. In the afternoon, we will visit the Eram Garden, Naranjestan Palace, and the tombs of world famous poets Hafez and Saadi. Overnight Shiraz.

Day 10: Shiraz - Persepolis - Departure

On an excursion day, you will visit the most magnificent city of the ancient world, Persepolis, which is now registered as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Persepolis was the ceremonial capital of the Persian Empire during the Achemaenian era. The site, 125,000 sq.m. in area, comprises various reception halls and palaces, private palaces, royal treasury, and fortifications, where we find the tomb of Cyrus the Great and remains of Achaemenian palaces and edifices. We continue our excursion by visiting Naghsh-e-Rostam, the Achaemenian necropolis (city of the dead), before returning to Shiraz.

At the end of the trip, you’ll have the evening to yourself before departing back home.

Special Features for Vietnamese Travelers to Iran:

Visa-Free Travel:

One of the significant advantages for Vietnamese citizens is the ease of access to Iran without requiring a visa. This streamlines the travel planning process and allows for more flexibility in arranging visits.

Cultural and Historical Tourism:

Iran offers a plethora of UNESCO World Heritage sites and rich cultural attractions, from magnificent mosques and ancient architecture to traditional markets and stunning natural landscapes. Vietnamese citizens can enjoy immersive experiences exploring these places, with opportunities to learn more about Islamic history and Persian civilization.

Services for Vietnamese Citizens:

With close ties between the two countries, many travel agencies in Iran offer special packages for Vietnamese citizens, including accommodations, Vietnamese-speaking tour guides, and tailored tour programs designed to meet the interests and specific needs of visitors from Vietnam.


Visitors from Vietnam will find similarities in some aspects of Iranian cuisine, with spices and cooking methods that may feel familiar. This provides an opportunity to enjoy and compare the distinct culinary variations of Iran with Vietnamese cuisine.

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