Journey through Iran's Enchanting Villages
These villages have such a beautiful diversity that will make your trip to Iran memorable. Most of these villages are registered by UNESCO and other UN organizations. The picturesque Abyaneh village has a new experience to offer its visitors. During this tour, you will also visit Bavanat, which has become an unofficial center of Iran’s eco-tourism.
The diversity of the natural environment and the ethnic composition of Iran have created diverse forms of rural settlements with varying aspects. Among rural settlements in Iran, unique types exist, causing wonder in every viewer; villages portray an exciting and wonderful visage of ancient Iranian civilization.
Arrival in Tehran and transfer to hotel; overnight in Tehran.
A full-day tour of the capital, Tehran. Starting with a walking tour through old Tehran and visiting the old Gate of Tehran and Golestan Palaces, we will spend time at the magnificent National Museum of Iran in the afternoon before transferring to the domestic airport. Fly to Kerman in the evening and transfer to a hotel. Overnight Kerman.
They are spending another wonderful day in the Village of Meymand, an impressive, ancient town near Shahr-e-Babak with artificial and natural caves still used as houses. Unlike other old villages, Meymand has retained its culture. Living conditions in Meymand are harsh due to the aridity of the land and high temperatures in summers and frigid winters. The Village consists of several unique natural and artificial caves still used today for housing and shelter. Currently, a scarce population of 150 people continues to live there. The origins of Meymand date back to the time when the inhabitants of the Persian plateau had not yet started to bury their dead in traditional graves but placed them inside crypts carved in the mountain. This belief has been attributed to followers of the goddess Mithra. Overnight Meymand.
After home-made breakfast at a local house, leave for the surrounding springs, enjoy a light walk through the mountains, and move towards the walnut forest: A 20 km long forest amid a green valley. (Visiting the nomads is only possible from April until September). Overnight stay in a traditional house in Bazm Village.
Drive to Isfahan. Upon arrival, We will head to the banks of the Zayanderud River, the city’s soul. Several historical bridges over this river were erected during the Safavid era (17th Century). Siosepol (33-arch) and Khaju bridges are the most famous ones. We enjoy visiting these two interesting bridges, drinking tea at the tea house below the bridge, walking along the river bank or paddling on a boat from one to the other. Overnight Isfahan.overnight Isfahan.
In the morning, we start our full-day tour of Isfahan at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Naghsh-e-Jahan Sq. Once a royal polo court, this site was the official center of the city when it was the Safavid Capital (17th Century). We will visit the famous Imam Mosque (Royal Mosque) on the square’s southern side, which has incredible architecture and tile work. Overnight, Isfahan.
Drive to Abyaneh, a fascinating village with ochre-colored houses, lattice windows, fragile wooden balconies and many splendid views. Abyaneh village is one of Iran’s most stunning and exciting tourist attractions from various viewpoints. During your Iran visit, visiting this Village will be an unforgettable experience. Overnight Abyaneh.
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