Iran Tour Packages from Pakistan

Religious Pilgrimages:

For many Pakistanis, especially the Shia Muslim community, Iran is a significant destination for religious pilgrimage. The country is home to important Islamic sites, including the holy shrines of Imam Reza in Mashhad and Fatima Masumeh in Qom. These sites attract thousands of Pakistani pilgrims annually, seeking spiritual fulfillment and a connection with their religious heritage.

Educational and Medical Opportunities:

Iran's advancements in education and medicine attract Pakistanis for both short-term visits and longer stays. Iranian universities offer a wide range of programs in various fields, attracting international students with high-quality education at affordable costs. Similarly, Iran's medical sector provides services that are both advanced and more accessible than in many other countries, drawing Pakistanis to seek medical treatments and procedures.

Natural and Historical Sites:

Beyond religious and cultural connections, Iran boasts a diverse landscape and rich historical sites that appeal to Pakistani tourists. From the ancient ruins of Persepolis and the historic city of Isfahan to the natural beauty of Iran's mountains, deserts, and coastal areas, there's a wide range of experiences for travelers. Pakistanis interested in history, architecture, and nature can find much to explore in Iran's varied geography and UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Cultural and Linguistic Affinities:

Iran and Pakistan share deep historical and cultural ties, with Persian influence permeating Pakistani culture, language, and literature for centuries. The Persian language has historically been a language of government and literary expression in the region that now comprises Pakistan. Traveling to Iran offers Pakistanis a chance to explore these shared cultural roots, experience Persian literature and art firsthand, and see the historical impact of Persian civilization.
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What travelers from Pakistan like about Iran

This itinerary for Pakistani travelers emphasizes the shared Islamic heritage, mutual historical and cultural narratives, and an appreciation for the arts and architecture, aiming to provide an enriching experience that resonates with the values, history, and artistic beauty both nations cherish.

Additionally, the geographical proximity between Pakistan and Iran makes travel relatively easy and affordable, facilitating not only tourism but also business exchanges, family visits, and cultural exchanges. The warmth and hospitality that Pakistanis receive in Iran further enhance the appeal, making it a favored destination for a variety of travel purposes

7 Days



Day 1: Arrival in Tehran

Welcome to Tehran, a city where tradition meets modernity. Upon arrival, you’ll be greeted by your guide and taken to your hotel, offering you a first glimpse into Iran’s famous hospitality, reminiscent of the warm welcomes in Pakistan.

Stay overnight in Tehran.

Day 2: Tehran’s Cultural Tapestry

Embark on a journey through time at the National Museum of Iran, showcasing centuries of history that resonate with Pakistan’s rich past. The Iran Glassware and Ceramics Museum highlights the artistic expressions shared across the region, reflecting a common appreciation for beauty and craftsmanship.

Explore Golestan Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site, where the intricate Islamic art and architecture speak to the shared aesthetics between our cultures. End your day wandering through Tehran’s bustling bazaar, a vibrant marketplace that feels like a home away from home for Pakistanis.

Stay overnight in Tehran.

Day 3: Kashan’s Architectural Splendor

Travel to Kashan to explore its renowned traditional houses, such as the Borujerdi and Tabatabaie residences, which mirror the architectural elegance found in Pakistani heritage. The Fin Garden, a Persian masterpiece, offers a peaceful retreat, much like the beautiful gardens of Lahore or Islamabad.

Stay overnight in Kashan, enjoying the hospitality and comfort that echo the warmth of Pakistani guest traditions.

Day 4: From Abyaneh to Isfahan

Journey through the picturesque village of Abyaneh, where the preservation of Iranian culture and traditions in architecture and attire offers a window into the deep roots of the region’s history, reminiscent of Pakistan’s diverse cultural heritage.

Arrive in Isfahan by evening and marvel at its famous bridges, showcasing the Islamic architectural brilliance shared with the grand structures back in Pakistan.

Stay overnight in Isfahan.

Day 5: The Splendors of Isfahan

Isfahan’s Naghsh-e-Jahan Square, flanked by the Imam Mosque, Aliqapu Palace, and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, stands as a testament to the Islamic Golden Age, with beauty and heritage that Pakistani travelers can relate to, drawing parallels with the historical mosques and madrassas in Pakistan. The traditional bazaar pulses with life, offering crafts and goods that tell stories of the region’s rich cultural fabric.

Visit the Chehel Sotun Garden and the Masjed-e Jame of Isfahan, reflecting the importance of communal and spiritual spaces in Islamic culture, a value deeply appreciated in Pakistan.

Stay overnight in Isfahan.

Day 6: Shiraz - The City of Gardens and Poets

On your way to Shiraz, stop at the awe-inspiring sites of Pasargadae and Persepolis, UNESCO World Heritage sites that not only showcase the grandeur of ancient Persia but also echo the shared historical narratives of empires that once flourished across Asia, resonating with Pakistan’s historical sites like Mohenjo-Daro and Taxila.

Stay overnight in Shiraz, ready to explore its poetic and cultural depth.

Day 7: Departure from Shiraz

Begin your day in Shiraz by visiting the Nasiralmolk Mosque and Narenjestan Garden, showcasing the intricate beauty of Persian Islamic art, a reflection of the shared Islamic heritage and love for beauty in architecture found in Pakistan. The Zand complex offers a final immersion into Iran’s rich cultural and historical landscape.

Depart from Shiraz International Airport, enriched by a journey through Iran that not only explored the beauty of Persian lands but also highlighted the shared cultural and historical ties with Pakistan.

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