Nomad Tour by Iran Destination

Nomad Tour; A Different Experience

Nomad, Nomadic, Nomad Tour, Travel to Iran, What is Nomad tour? Iran Nomad tours are authentic and adventure travel experience for the ones who are interested in preserving under extinction cultures. By our Iran Tour, we would help you to experience nomad lifestyle and the way nomadic people live. Likewise, the intact nature and beautiful […]

Zeinodin Caravanserai; Back to Basics

Zeinodin Caravanserai ,¬†Caravanserai Zeinodin Caravanserai is one of two rounded caravanserais of Iran built in the 16th century in the heart of desert.¬† However, It is charmingly renovated, tastefully decorated and was given the UNESCO award for best renovated building in 2006. The caravanserai was the place where gunmen and trustees are located and now […]

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On the Highest Heights: Mount Damavand

Mount Damavand Climbing Mount Damavand: Iran’s highest peak Mount Damavand may be little known outside its home nation of Iran but, however, Asia’s highest volcano is a delightful challenge for mountaineers. Lets’s take a look into white¬†summit of Damavand.¬† Damavand Peak As you may heard before, mount Damavand is known as the highest mountain in […]

Iran Destination: The tale of Karim Khan Citadel

Karim Khan Citadel, the Inclined Tower of Shiraz

Karim Khan or Karim Khan Citadel The Arg of Karim Khan or Karim Khan Citadel is a citadel located in the northeast of Shiraz. It was built as part of a complex during the Zand dynasty and is named after Karim Khan, and served as his living quarters. In shape it resembles a medieval fortress. […]

Travelling to Iran: Hints & Points In this article, we are going to state some points that should bear in mind when deciding upon travelling to Iran. However, these points may are common with many other countries.¬† Let's start by first rule. Iran Destination, hints and points about travelling to Iran Travel to Iran, expensive or inexpensive? If you are thinking about traveling to Iran, however, a very important thing to keep in mind is to have cash on you. Iran is not a member of the international bank system, and you won‚Äôt be able to use your credit card at all: ATMs do not recognize the international credit cards. While travelling to Iran, don't forget you‚Äôll need to bring as much money as you think you might need, in cash. Iran Destination, hints and points about travelling to Iran Of course, depending on your habits and travel style, the cost of traveling in Iran can be very high or low. If you hitchhike or¬†Couchsurfing, the travel cost¬† will be very little. However, if you are looking for a luxurious vacation, stay in five star hotels and use domestic flights, you might end up with a huge bill. Cost of accommodation in Iran If you are looking for a typical hostel to stay at in Iran, you are in right place. There is an increasing number of a special kind of hostels appear all round Iran, such as Ecotourism Residences. Despite the name, Ecotourism Residences are usually old, traditional houses that are renovated as hostels, and they give you a unique experience. Prices usually range from $10 to $30 per night, including breakfast. Iran Destination, hints and points about travelling to Iran Contrary to popular belief,¬† hotels in Iran are rather expensive: you can‚Äôt find a four star hotel for less than $100 per night.¬† So, it may suggest that you stay in an Ecotourism Residence. For example, you can find many¬†Ecotourism Residence in Shiraz, Isfahan, Yazd and Kashan. Cost of transportation in Iran While travelling to Iran, the best option for travelling from one city to another is¬† bus. However, there are two kinds of buses in Iran: Normal buses and VIP Buses. If you are travelling long distances, we recommend you use the VIP one as they¬†have very comfortable semi-sleeper seats. As an estimate, here are the approximate prices for the most popular routes: Tehran ‚Äď Isfahan: $3 (350000 Rials) Tehran ‚Äď Shiraz: $6 (650000 Rials) Tehran ‚Äď Bandar-abbas: $7 (750000 Rials) The normal buses¬†might not be as comfortable, but cost around $4-5 less. Domestic flights are more expensive: $60-$80 for a flight from Tehran to Shiraz, and $50-$60 from Tehran to Isfahan. Don't forget the prices go up during the holidays and high season. Trains are also very convenient for travelling between cities. You can take a train to almost all of main city all around the country and it would cost you almost as much as a VIP bus. For details about train schedule, you can check this link. Exchanging money in Iran It's highly recommend that exchange your cash for Iranian currency as soon as you arrive in the country. However, if you are arriving by plane, there are currency exchange offices in all the airports in Iran. One can exchange a little bit of your cash for Iranian currency as soon as you land, or you can exchange it all and then, exchange back whatever you have left when you are leaving. Iran Destination, hints and points about travelling to Iran If you travel to¬†Iran, you may like to move between cities far from each other by trains.¬†Iran Destination¬†provides you with some information about Iran railway. You can visit Iran by¬†train¬†and you‚Äôll get high quality services. You may use different means of transportation in your Iran travel. Just click on these items to get more about other ways:¬†Iran Car Rental¬†,¬†Iran Domestic Flight, and¬†International Flights to Iran.¬†¬†Our Iran Tour Operator¬†is ready to provide you with any services you like. Please feel free to¬†contact us¬†if you have any questions or request.

Travelling to Iran: Hints & Points

Travelling to Iran: Hints & Points In this article, we are going to state some points that should bear in mind when deciding upon travelling to Iran. However, these points may are common with many other countries.¬† We review some issues such as accommodation¬†cost in Iran, exchange money in Iran, transportation cost in Iran and […]

Hafezieh - Iran in winter

An Opportunity for Visiting Iran

As you may know, Iran, a four-season land, has 23 UNESCO World Heritage sites. However, these sites have long attracted tourists from across the globe. Hopefully, foreign tourists travel to Iran to visit numerous historical and natural sites and enjoy time in a country which is home to many attractions. according to the news, World […]

The Lost Churches in Iran

The majority of historical churches in Iran that possess historical and artistic value were built around the eight century A.H. or the 14th century AD, and the period thereafter. However, this does not mean that there were no churches existing in the country before that period. During the reign of Shah Abbas, the Safavid king, […]

The Mysterious Ancient Prison: Takht-e Soleyman

The archaeological site of Takht-e Soleyman, in north-western Iran, is situated in a valley set in a volcanic mountain region. Takht-e Soleyman is the holiest shrine of Zoroastrianism and the most important relic of the former Sassanid Empire. Registered in UNESCO,¬† The archaeological site dates from the 6th century. It was partially rebuilt during the […]

The Hottest Spot on the Planet: Lut Desert

The Hottest Spot in the Planet: Lut Desert Let’s see what’s going on the hottest, driest, and most scenic desert on Earth. The Lut Desert, also known as Dasht-e Lut, (registered as World Heritage List)¬† is an extreme landscape in more ways than one. The hyper-arid desert is one of the hottest and driest places […]

Isfahan, Naqshe Jahan Square

Top 5 Best photography Spots in Iran

Top 5 Best photography Spots in Iran Iran is a country of endless photo opportunities. Diversity of attractions, tourists and open people always happy to pose for the camera make it a perfect photography destination. Iran Destination reveal top 5 photography spots and tips to get the perfect pictures from Iran. 1. Masuleh village Masuleh¬†benefits […]