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This is Iran Travel FAQs. There are many reasons to travel Iran. Iran is the safest places in the Middle East to travel. The other reason is that Iran has many beautiful and amazing places all over this country. Tehran, Shiraz, Esfehan, Yazd, Abyaneh, Mashhad, Kashan, and Kerman are among the fantastic places to travel Iran. The last reason, more importantly, Iran has the warm-hearth and hospitable person in the world. There is no need for knowing other, they always are welcome and invite you to their home.
All time is the best time. In the spring, the Iran is so beautiful. The best place to travel is the north of Iran. The north is covered by jungle. Namak Abroad, Chalus, Rasht, Sari, Lahijan, and Anzali are the nice places and it is worth visiting. You can visit Iran in March, May, and June.
In summer, the north beach and south beach are very nice and the relaxed place. In the north-west of Iran, there are many places with cold weather that make you the unique experience in the middle of summer. You can visit Iran in July, August, and September to have such experience.
In fall, the weather becomes well and you can travel to the ancient cities, such Esfehan, Yazd, and Shiraz. Also, jungle in fall is so beautiful and you can see the amazing color in one shot. You can visit Iran in October, November, and December to have such experience.
In winter, you can travel to where ever to like. If you need the warm place, you can travel to south of Iran. If you want to the colder place, you can travel to the north of Iran. That is why you can call the Iran the land of all time. You can travel to Iran in the period of December, January, and February to see the beauty of Iran.
The best time is to travel Mashhad is in the spring and summer. Because at that time, the weather is so nice and you can travel wherever you like. If you want to travel in the less crowded, it is suggested to travel Mashhad in fall and winter.
Of course, there is no limitation for travel to Iran for Canadian. In other to travel to Iran, they should take the Iran visa. Iranian government makes a new facility to take the e-visa, which has been available since 22 November 2018. It is possible for them to issue the visa online and then pick-up the visa at the airport.
There are a few company that you can find the best Iran tour. For more information, you can make a call with your agent to give all tour information.
The only requirements to travel Iran is having valid visa. In order to make easy the process of Iranian visa, Iranian government issues the online visa in less than one day. To get more information about the process of visa, please contact us.
Of course, Iran is the safe place to travel. Iranian government has focused on the safety through all cities in Iran. There is the powerful and big company in Iran which is responsible for the safety. They guarantee the safely in all places in Iran.
As a general rule, passports should have at least six months of validity when traveling internationally. Iran will not permit a traveler to enter this country unless the passport is set to expire at least six months after the final day of travel. So, it’s highly recommended to renew your passport before it expires.
There is no restriction to travel Iran. Every people in the world can travel to Iran with the passport having at least six months of validity.
With the right guidance and support from a local expert, a Photography tour is one of the best ways to combine your vacation with a creative learning experience where you can refine your photography skills. There are many nice and amazing locations in Iran where you can experience during travel to Iran and record them by your own camera. Landscape photography and nature photography are very common in Iran and many tourists visit Iran for taking photos with our photography tours.
Definitely, it is possible to travel Iran as an America. He/she can get the visa by the online service for issuing the e-visa. To get the visa, the visa can be picked up in the airport and any Iranian embassy all over the world.
Yes, of course. It has been reported that there are many American tourists travel Iran every year and the people of Iran welcome to all people.
Unfortunately, it is not. To make easy travel to Iran, the Iranian government issues the Iran visa online and rate of visa acceptance is more than 95 percent. So there is no need for worry about visa rejection.
Iranian Health insurance is an insurance that covers the whole or a part of the risk of a tourist incurring medical expenses. There are many health insurance companies that issued the insurance claim for all tourist. In order to fill out the insurance form and get more information, you can contact us.
There is no limitation for US citizen to travel Iran. To travel Iran, U.S. citizen should get visa in advice. To make this easier, Iranian government issue online visa without making an appointment in Iranian embassy.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting. The only the place in the world that take part such event in public. In the fast, the Iranian people fasts from dawn until sunset, Muslims refrain from consuming food, drinking liquids, and smoking. For sure, this is the unique experience that the foreigner cannot see anywhere.
The best time is to travel Shiraz is the spring especially in March and May. In this period of the time, Shiraz becomes the place such the paradise.
Shiraz is one of the key tourism location in Iran and its cultural heritage is of global importance. Some of these tourist attractions are the following:
There are a number of nice parks, the ancient tombs for historical celebrities in Tus and Nishapur, the tomb of Nader Shah and Kooh Sangi park. The Koohestan Park-e-Shadi Complex with a zoo having many wild animals attracting many tourists to Mashhad.
There are many sites in Kashan of potential interest to tourists. Kashan is too cold in the winter and it is too hat in the summer. The best time is to travel in Spring especially in the May, because the tourist can visit the manufactory of rose water.
There are many sites in Kashan of potential interest to tourists all over the world. The famous towns around Kashan are Qamsar and Abyaneh, which attract tourists all time of the year. Niasar, a near city to Kashan, features a man-made cave and fireplace for the people interested in historical location. Kashan is internationally famous for manufacturing carpets, silk and other textiles. The other attraction of Kashan is Rose water being a flavored water made by steeping rose petals in water.
Esfahan is among the most beautiful cities in Iran. There are many locations in Esfahan of potential interest to tourist from all over the world. We can see these places any time in the year. But we suggest traveling in Spring, Fall and winter.
Isfahan is an ancient city in the center of Iran located about 340 km south of Tehran. Isfahan is the capital of Isfahan Province and the Persians call it “Nesf-e-Jahan”, meaning “Half the World”. Here are our suggestions on amazing place to visit is the following:
Kakh-e Chehel Sotun
The Chehel Sotune includes the Palace and its garden. This palace was constructed during the kingdom of First Shah Abbas and a building was located in the middle of this garden. The reflection of the twenty pillars of the hall in the pool opposite the palace brings about a conception of forty pillars. But in fact the number of “Forty” represents the quantity and multitude in Iran and the reason for which the mentioned building is called Chehel Sotun is the great number of the pillars in this palace.
Naqsh-e Jahan Square (Central Square)
Most of the foreign tourists believe that Imam square is one of the greatest squares in the world. Naqsh-e Jahan Square has witnessed many historical memories of Iran during the past four centuries.
Masjed-e Sheikh Lotfollah
This mosque is another masterpiece of architecture and tile work of the 16th century which was constructed by the first Shah Abbas and took a period of 18 years to be completed. This mosque stands on the eastern side of Naghsh-i Jahan Square.
One of Iran’s most historic and fascinating bazaars, this sprawling covered market links between Naqsh-e Jahan Square and the Masjed-e Jameh. This bazaar is too busy in the mornings, the bazaar’s arched passageways are topped by a series of small domes, each spilling shafts of light onto the commerce below. While the oldest parts of the bazaar are more than a thousand years old.
The cathedral was established in 1606. The varying fortunes and independence of this suburb across the Zayande River and the mix of European missionaries, mercenaries and travelers can be traced almost chronologically in the cathedral’s styles and contrasts in its external and internal architectural treatment. This church contains over 500 handwritten books and many valuable and fantastic resources for research in medieval European languages and arts. This church also has the museum displaying numerous artifacts from the history of the Armenian community in Isfahan.
The Allahverdi Khan Bridge popularly known as Si-o-se-pol (the bridge of thirty-three spans), is the biggest of the all historical bridges on the Zayanderud river. This bridge was built in the early 17th century, and it is a popular recreational place which the people of Isfahan gathering for having funs.
In the months from October to April, Kish’s weather is mild, ranging from 18 °C (64 °F) to 25 °C (77 °F), which is the best time to visit Kish Island.
After Dubai and Sharm el-Sheikh, Kish Island is the third most-visited vacation destination in Southwest of Asia. Tourists from many nations enter Kish Island. All tourists may stay on Kish Island for 14 days or less without obtaining any visa, except citizens of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Canada, Colombia, India, Iraq, Jordan, Nepal, Pakistan, Somalia, Sri Lanka, the United Kingdom, the United States. These people should apply online for Iran visa through the website. There is no need to make an appointment for interviewing in embassy. The popular attraction in Kish are as follows:
Kish Dolphin & Crocodile Park: The Dolphin Park is the unique ocean aquarium in the Middle East, and visitors can enjoy spectacular dolphin and other sea creature shows in a family-oriented atmosphere.
The Green Tree Park: The Park with the oldest trees on the island. This ticket is free of charge.
Mysteries of the World Zoo: A small zoo with exotic animals on display. It is free for all.
Greek Ship: The historic and famous old ship resting on one of the shores of Kish Island. It has become a major tourist attraction in recent years. Entry is free. It is a beautiful scenic area, and you can bring food for a picnic and sit in a shaded area.
Underground Town of Cariz: This town is more than 2,500 years old, and currently it has been converted into an underground town at a depth of 16 meters below the surface, with an area of more than 10,000 square meters.
The Ancient Town of Harireh: The ruins display mortar masses and stone – made buildings in an area of some 3 by 1 kilometer long. The structures have been built of sand stones with some plaster layers on the walls. Some of the structures that they once ounce used to contain many floors.
There is no bad time to visit Caspian Sea in Iran. Anytime is the best time.
The Caspian Sea is the world’s largest inland body of water, variously classed as the world’s largest lake or a full-fledged sea. There are many tourist attractions in this port that some of them are Clock tower, Anzali lagoon, “Dehkadeh Saheli”, “Mohammad Hassan Khan Bridge”, “Ganjineh-ye-Babol” and “royal palace tower”.
Of course. There are a few tour agencies who can help you to organize the best and fantastic itinerary for allover of Iran. In order to find the desired itinerary, you should define the budget, period of travel, and number of traveler, and the nationality of the travels. For more information, please contact us.
The Iranian Rial is the currency of Iran. Although the “toman” is no longer an official unit of Iranian currency, Iranians commonly express amounts of money and prices of goods in “tomans”. For this purpose, one “toman” equals 10 rials.
The period of temporary residence for vehicles is less than three months and after this period, they should extend the deadlines by agreement of the Iranian customs offices.
The tourists who enter Iran for less than 10 days for temporary transit, there is no need to apply for the Iranian plants issued by the customs offices.
Dariush the Great’s inscription at Bisotun, which dates to 522 BCE, lies 1300 meters high in the mountains. The site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it has been attracting visitors for centuries. Behistun is also notable for three reliefs at the foot of the hill that date from the Parthian era. Among them is a Hellenistic-era depiction of the divinity Bahram as the Greek hero Hercules, who reclines with a goblet in his hand, a club at his feet and a lion-skin beneath him. Because it lies on the route of an ancient highway, this life-size rock sculpture may reflect Bahram’s status as patron divinity of travelers.
– Taq-e Bostan
The rock reliefs at Taq-e Bostan lie 6 kilometres northeast of Kermanshah. One of the more impressive reliefs is the oversized depiction of king Khosrau II.
Kangavar is the site of the archaeological remains of a vast Hellenic-style edifice on a raised platform. Despite archaeological findings to the contrary, the association with the divinity of fertility, healing, and wisdom has made the site a popular tourist attraction.
Every year, millions celebrate Persian New Year, or Nowruz. In Iran, the new year begins with the advent of spring, and most everyone in this country — not to mention the millions of Iranians and non-Iranians who celebrate the holiday elsewhere around the world — observe it by doing a deep clean of their homes, celebrating a season of new life, and wishing for good luck in the year ahead. In Iran, the Nowruz holidays last thirteen days. On the thirteenth day of the New Year, Iranians leave their houses to enjoy nature and picnic outdoors, as part of the Sizdebedar ceremony. It is also customary for young single people, especially young girls, to tie the leaves of the greenery which is in the Seven-Seen table before discarding it, expressing a wish to find a partner.
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