A little bit about Vinay:

Vinay, from the United States and 46 years old, decided to visit Iran in April 2022 with his wife and his three kids (12, 11, and 3 years old). So he contacted us in March in order to start planning for his desired itinerary. He was interested in visiting the most important cities such as Tehran, Shiraz, Isfahan, and Yazd in a luxury private-tour style. Here is a summary of the preferences he had:

  • Cultural and Historical tour of Iran.
  • Luxury hotels.
  • Private driver-guide and a van for the entire duration of his trip.
  • Staying in accommodations where vegetarian options for food is available.

What we did for Vinay:

After consulting with him through email, and considering the fact that he had three small kids with him we tried to design his plan in a way so that they can cover all the well-known tourist attractions during their vacation, and also have enough time to relax and unwind so that kids will enjoy as well.

This is the itinerary that we designed for him, in a glance:

Now, let’s dive-in to his day to day destinations:

Day 1: Tehran

Dear Vinay and his family began this trip at Golestan Palace then they visited the National Museum of Iran and the Treasury of National Jewels. Following that, they visited Azadi Tower and went to Grand Bazaar.

Accommodation: Espinas Palace Hotel

Day 2: Kashan

Early in the morning of their second day, they left Tehran for Kashan in their private van with their guide. Once in Kashan, they got to visit Fin Garden, the shining star of all Persian gardens. they also went to the most beautiful and charming historical houses in Iran, and while there, we’ll visited the ancient Yakhchāl (coolers) of Jalali Castle.

Accommodation: Saraye Ameriha Boutique Hotel

Day 3 and 4: Isfahan

Isfahan, also known as Half of the World, was Vinay’s next destination. In Isfahan, they visited Naqshe Jahan Square and went up a terrace with the same view of the square as the one in the brochure pictures. Then, one by one they visited its iconic landmarks including Shah Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, and Ali Qapu Palace. They also had a leisurely stroll and a delicious dinner at a cheerful restaurant near Si-o-se-pol or Khaju Bridge.

Accommodation: Abbasi Hotel

Day 5: Yazd

After exploring Isfahan, Vinay and his family left for Yazd, also known as the “Bride if the Desert”. They went to Dowlat Abad Garden, Zoroastrian Fire Temple, Towers of Silence, and walked through the ancient neighborhoods of Yazd.

Accommodation: Dad Hotel

Day 6: Shiraz

On the next day, they headed to Shiraz’s famous UNESCO World Heritage Site, Persepolis. After visiting Naqsh-e Rostam, they arrived at the main city and took a break.

Accommodation: Zandiyeh Hotel

Day 7: Shiraz/Tehran

On the last day of their stay, they visited the most colorful of all of Iran’s attractions, Nasir-ol-molk Mosque and read Persian poetry at Tomb of Hafez and Saadi, they also
visited Khwaju Kermani’s memoriam. After having dinner, they took their flight back to Tehran adnd went straight to IKA airport for their flight back home.

Accommodation: Zandiyeh Hotel

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