The Lut Desert is southeast of Iran, an arid continental subtropical area notable for a rich variety of spectacular desert land forms. Iran’s Lut desert is an otherworldly place of shifting sands and wind-blasted rock formation. It stretches about 480 kilometers (300 mi) long and 320 kilometers (200 mi) wide. In the east rises a great massif of dunes and sand, while in the west an extensive area of high ridges. In the summer heat and low humidity are unprecedented. Yardangs appears as massive and dramatic corrugations across the landscape in Lut desert with ridges and corridors oriented parallel to the dominant prevailing wind, the ridge as known as Kalut, with amazing forms.
Flight and Arrival in Imam Khomeini Airport (IKA) in Tehran, at the airport your driver is awaiting you, the airport is 40 km away from Tehran. We recommend you to rest and refresh for the next day
After having breakfast at your hotel, we will visit Golestan Palace Which is listed at the UNESCO world heritage, walking through The Grand Bazar with its labyrinth architecture is next, for lunch we will taste the delicious Dizi, after lunch we will head towards National Museum, after a quick rest and refresh at the hotel walking across the Tabiat Bridge at night and a Persian meal for dinner is a delightful way to end the night
We start the day with an early breakfast at the Hotel, transferring to Mehrabad airport and flying to Kerman is next on our schedule, arrival at Kerman airport will be before noon so we have time for a refreshing local drink or snack, will walk thorough coppersmith Bazaar and visit Ganjali Khan Hammam.
First we visit Shazdeh Garden which is a UNESCO historical heritage site then head to Shah Nematoallah Vali tomb. We will walk thorough Lut Desert. We will stay at the historical house at Malek Abad.
We will walk through in the heart of Kalut (Yardang), largest and more various landforms of yarding in the World desert. After having lunch, head to your hotel in Kerman
After visiting Haj Agha Ali House in Rafsanjan, head to Meyman a UNESCO world heritage site. The cave town has been a primary human residence dating back to 12,000 years ago.
We will visit Pasargade, the tomb of Cyrus II, then head to Naghsh-e Rostam, four large tombs cut high into the wall cliff and finish with Persepolis, the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire. Walking around these ancient ruins is like time travel. We Will stay in Shiraz
In the morning we visit Nasir-ol-molk Mosque or the pink mosque then go to Narenjestan Garden and finally visit the Bazaar. After lunch, we go to Eram Garden.
First we visit Qur'an Gate the old entrance gate to Shiraz. Then go to Esfahan for lunch. After a quick and refreshing rest at the hotel we will take a Walk across the Si-o-se-pol and Khajou bridge and admire this charming city by night.
According to the Iranian expression ‘Isfahan is half of the world’, so get ready for a big day. Visiting Naghsh-e Jahan Square, The second largest square in the world, and the jewel of Persian-Islamic architecture is the best start for this astonishing city. Walking through the ocean of turquoise and blue ceramics of Imam Mosque Sheikh & Lotfollah Mosque, exploring the Grand Bazar, watching how artisans create the amazing detailed handcrafts and lunch at an authentic restaurant with local foods would be an unforgettable memory.
Today we will see more of Naghshe Jahan Square, visiting Ali Qapu Palace. Also the nearby Chehel soton Palace is in our plan.
After checking out from the hotel, we head to Tehran IKA Airport (depending on your flight time).