Within weekend-break distance of Tehran is a nature-lovers’ paradise of raw, high peaks, hidden valleys, verdant hinterland and seriously refined cuisine. Passing through Caspian coast, staying in local houses and hiking, bird watching and wildlife in Golestan Natural Park, are highlights of the tour.
Beside all those beauties of nature visiting Tabriz Bazaar, Kandovan village and Takht-e-Soleyman temple are what you will love.
Day 1: Arrival
Arrival On arrival in Tehran you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel.
DAY 2: Tehran city tour
Tehran to Golestan National Park,
Golestan National Park is the first National Park of Iran. The mountainous region is located at the end of the eastern Alborz and forests of the north of the country.
DAY 3: Excursion in National Park
Golestan National Park has 69 species of Mammals including Bear, Persian leopard, wild goat, wild sheep, Wild boar and red deer.
DAY 4: Visiting Hyrcanian forests
Head to Gileboom passing Caspian coastline and on the way visit hyrcanian ancient forests.
DAY 5: A day with locals
Enjoy being in a Gilaki house and hosted with local foods and drinks. You can choose among many options, fishing, walking in forest, orange or kiwifruit picking, visiting Tea farms or just relaxing on the beach.
DAY 6: Persian Cuisine
Gileboom cooking class.
DAY 7: Visting Fuman and masuleh
head to Fuman to see more of North of Iran. The incredible Seljuk-era walled fortress of Qal’eh Rudkhan coupled with a visit to nearby Masuleh is your lovely tour today.
DAY 8: Anzali lagoon
Depart for one of the most famous routs in Iran; Asalem-Khalkhal with scenic intact nature. Enjoy boating on Anzali lagoon.
DAY 9: Visiting Ardabil
Ardabil sightseeing including the Sheikh Safi-od-Din Mausoleum; Western Iran’s most dazzling Safavid monument. In the afternoon head to Tabriz.
DAY 10: Picturesque Tabriz
Tabriz sightseeing including UNESCO-listed Tabriz bazaar famous for its carpets and then Blue mosque. Take a visit to troglodyte Kandovan village.
DAY 11: Takht-e-Soleiman
Visit another UNESCO listed site in Iran; Takht-e-Soleiman; an ancient fire temple for Sasanid kings, now a mysterious place with an astonishing lake.
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