Iran Tour Packages from Jordan

Spiritual and Religious Tourism:

For Jordanians of the Shia Muslim faith, Iran holds significant religious importance due to its many sacred sites and shrines, such as those in Mashhad and Qom. These pilgrimage destinations attract visitors seeking spiritual fulfillment and a deeper connection with their faith. The shared Islamic heritage also facilitates a cultural and religious connection, making the journey even more meaningful.

Educational and Medical Opportunities:

Iran has become a destination for Jordanians seeking advanced educational opportunities, medical treatments, and healthcare services not available or more expensive in their home country. The quality and affordability of higher education and medical services in Iran are attractive for students and those seeking medical care, making it a practical choice for many Jordanians.

Natural Landscapes and Diversity:

Unlike Jordan's predominantly desert landscape, Iran boasts a diverse range of environments. From the snow-capped mountains suitable for skiing to lush forests, desert landscapes, and scenic coastlines along the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea, Iran offers Jordanians a variety of natural experiences. This diversity allows for engaging in different types of activities, such as trekking, skiing, and beach holidays, which might not be readily available in Jordan.

Cultural and Historical Richness:

Iran's history as one of the world's oldest civilizations makes it a treasure trove for those interested in history and culture. From the ancient ruins of Persepolis to the grandeur of Islamic architecture in Isfahan and the bustling bazaars of Tehran, Jordanians can explore a land that has played a central role in human history. This cultural and historical richness offers a profound experience for visitors from Jordan, a country that also prides itself on its deep historical roots and significant archaeological sites.
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What travelers from Jordan like about Iran

Jordanians find Iran an appealing travel destination for a variety of reasons, bridging cultural, historical, and experiential interests. This itinerary tailored for Jordanian travelers emphasizes the shared Islamic heritage, mutual historical narratives, and an appreciation for architectural and natural beauty, aiming to provide an enriching experience that resonates with Jordanians’ love for history, culture, and landscapes.

Additionally, the shared regional experiences, stories, and the warmth and hospitality of the Iranian people contribute to making travel between Jordan and Iran appealing. While political relations can sometimes be complex, the people-to-people connections, shared history, and cultural exchanges often transcend these challenges, fostering a mutual interest in exploration and understanding.

7 Days



Day 1: Welcome to Tehran

Arrive in Tehran, where you’re greeted with a warmth reminiscent of Jordanian hospitality. A guide will escort you to your hotel, offering a blend of comfort and a taste of Iran’s rich traditions.

Stay overnight in Tehran.

Day 2: Tehran’s Historical and Cultural Journey

Begin your exploration at the National Museum of Iran, diving into the depths of a history that spans millennia, echoing Jordan’s rich past. The Iran Glassware and Ceramics Museum showcases the region’s artistic achievements, reflecting a mutual appreciation for craftsmanship and beauty.


Golestan Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site, offers a glimpse into Persian architectural excellence, paralleling the Islamic architectural wonders in Jordan. Conclude your day with a visit to Tehran’s vibrant bazaar, mirroring the bustling markets of Amman.

Stay overnight in Tehran.

Day 3: Discovering Kashan’s Architectural Gems

Travel to Kashan, renowned for its traditional houses like the Borujerdi and Tabatabaie residences, which showcase Persian residential architecture’s elegance and intricacy, much like the historical homes in Jordan. The Fin Garden, a Persian masterpiece, offers tranquility and beauty, reminiscent of the serene gardens found in Jordan.

Stay overnight in Kashan, where traditional Persian hospitality meets modern luxury, similar to Jordanian standards.

Stay overnight in Kashan in a heritage hotel, where traditional Persian hospitality meets modern luxury.

Day 4: Cultural Heritage from Abyaneh to Isfahan

Pass through Abyaneh, a village preserving Iran’s ancient culture through unique architecture and traditional attire, showcasing the importance of maintaining cultural identity, a value deeply understood by Jordanians.


Arrive in Isfahan by evening and explore its famous bridges, and architectural marvels of Islamic design, evoking comparisons with Jordan’s Islamic architectural heritage.

Stay overnight in Isfahan.

Day 5: The Islamic Architectural Beauty of Isfahan

Immerse yourself in Isfahan’s Naghsh-e-Jahan Square, surrounded by the Imam Mosque, Aliqapu Palace, and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, celebrating the Islamic Golden Age. These sites resonate with the grandeur of Islamic architecture seen in Jordan. The square’s bustling bazaar, full of life and commerce, shares similarities with markets in Jordan.

Visit the Chehel Sotun Garden and the Masjed-e Jame of Isfahan, spaces of serenity and spirituality, reflecting the Islamic tradition of creating peaceful communal spaces, akin to those in Jordan.

Stay overnight in Isfahan.

Day 6: Shiraz - Exploring Persian Culture and History

On the way to Shiraz, visit Pasargadae and Persepolis, UNESCO World Heritage sites that not only highlight ancient Persian civilization’s grandeur but also connect to the broader narrative of Middle Eastern history, much like Jordan’s Petra and Jerash.

Stay overnight in Shiraz, preparing to delve into its rich cultural tapestry.

Day 7: Farewell from Shiraz

Explore the Nasiralmolk Mosque and Narenjestan Garden, witnessing the intricate beauty of Persian Islamic art, mirroring the Islamic heritage both Jordan and Iran share. The Zand complex offers a final glimpse into Iran’s rich cultural history, much like the historical layers found throughout Jordan.


Depart from Shiraz International Airport, carrying memories of a journey through Iran that not only explored the beauty and heritage of Persian lands but also highlighted the shared narratives and cultural ties with Jordan.

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