March 30, 2023

10 Day wildlife tour: nature tourism and hiking

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10 Day wildlife tour: nature tourism and hiking, Iran Tours Guide: Top Tours and Tour leaders

period of time

10 days

Tour type

Daily tour

Group size

4 people



The tour starts from:


End of the tour in:



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The vast landscape of Iran ranges from soaring mountains and vast deserts to pristine forests. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of Tehran and Derke. Explore the wildlife of Nain. Finish the work by visiting the ancient cities of Isfahan, Shiraz and Yazd.

travel style

Historical – nature tourism

age category

Above 5 years


breakfast lunch dinner

degree of accommodation

Hotel – traditional hotel


  • suitable shoes

  • Personal medications

  • small bag

This tour includes:

  • Visa

  • Travel insurance

  • Airport transfer

  • Types of Iranian and foreign cars

  • A domestic flight

  • Private ground transportation

  • English speaking guide

  • Iranian SIM card

  • Bank card

  • Driver

  • Insurance

  • The entrance fee of the mentioned buildings

  • breakfast lunch dinner

  • 24-hour support

  • Specialized tour guide for all regions of Iran

  • Free entertainment

  • Snack

  • With the possibility of personalizing the trip

  • Brochure of gifts and souvenirs of Iran and tourist areas of Iran


The climate of Tehran, which is located between the central desert of Iran and the Alborz Mountain range, is mainly cold and continental. In the morning, proceed to Golestan Palace, registered in the world heritage, located in the center of Tehran. Stop at the National Museum of Iran, which houses artifacts from ancient and medieval Iran. In the evening, take a walk in Bam Tehran Park and watch Tehran from a mountain view or visit Tochal ski resort through the cable car that goes from the city. Return to Tehran for the night.

The first day begins with a walk in the northern mountains of Tehran. Explore the winding paths and canals of Darakeh restaurants. Surrounded by lush trees, amazing food and organic wild fruits, Derka will relax you by inhaling the aromas of its surroundings. After lunch, take a 3-hour trek deep into the Alborz Mountains for 6 km and reach Plangchal Camp at 2550 meters AMSL. Enjoy the stunning scenery, fresh air and sweet spring water. After returning to Tehran, pack your bags for an overnight drive to Kashan.


Start with Agha Bozor Mosque, a multi-level school that was the center of Kashani life. Visit Sultan Amir Ahmed Hammam for classical bath training. You can also see the House of the Abbasids and the House of the Tabatabais, two examples of luxurious houses with exceptional architectural details that showcase the mastery of harsh elements. Visit an active pottery workshop to see Kashan’s traditional pottery crafts. After a quick stop at the charming Finn Garden, spend the night in Nain.


Start the day off with a visit to the historic Nayin Jameh Mosque before venturing to see the Pyrenean Traditional House and Museum. After visiting Mohammadiyeh Castle, take a walk in the occupied and abandoned streets of Ismalyan and Anark villages. Head to Shepherds Village and visit the nearby desert for bird watching. Before visiting the sand dunes of Rig Jen desert, stop to watch the sunset in the Ashtian oasis and the field. Spend the night at a local eco-lodge.


After having a traditional Iranian breakfast, explore the ancient village of Chopanan. Go out on a morning game drive for native birds and cattle. Before reaching Bayazeh village, go to the 2000-year-old ruins of Khanj village. Visit Beyazeh Castle, a mud and mud fort from the Sassanid period with over 700 well-preserved rooms. In the afternoons, walk across the mountains of Biyadze and look for gazelles and wild sheep. Spend the night at Beyazeh ecotourism resort.


Stop in the pre-Islamic city of Meybod to explore the Sassanid-era Narin Castle. Visit the Pigeon Tower, an important invention in messaging and conception. Stop by Mibod Glacier, a thousand-year-old ice in the desert, and Abbasi Caravanserai. Get lost in the abandoned adobe village of Khoranaq, a well-preserved example of what Iranian cities looked like thousands of years ago, before hiking to the top of Chak Chak Fire Temple. Stay one night in Yazd.


Start with Yazd Jame Mosque, built in the 13th century. Above the Sassanid fire temple, walk through the narrow and adobe streets to visit the Amir Chakhmaq complex, which includes a caravanserai and a historical bathhouse. By visiting the Yazd Water Museum, learn how the underground water channels keep the city hydrated. Stop at the Zoroastrian Fire Temple and see the sacred fire that has been burning since 470 AD. Finish by seeing the Tower of Silence to witness the mysteries of the sky burials. Stay one night in Yazd.


Before noon, move to the desert city of Varzaneh, where you will experience the unique sand dunes of the Varzaneh desert. Take time to explore the vast landscape. For those who want a more local feel, they can opt for a camel ride deep into the sands. After that, we will go to Namak Varzaneh Lake which is prismatic mesmerizing. Visit Hassan Abad Water Temple to see how ancient people conserved their sacred resources. Move to Isfahan overnight.


Start the morning with the elaborate mountain park of Sefe for a morning hike to the summit. Enjoy the views of the city with a cup of tea and a light snack. After descending, visit the 16th century. Naqsh Jahan Square, the headquarters of the Safavid dynasty of Iran. One of its biggest features is the Qaisaria Bazaar, a local center full of handicrafts and spices. Visit Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Shah Mosque, Ali Qapu Palace. At night, walk along the Zayandeh River and visit the famous Khajo Bridge and the Thirty-Three Bridges.

On the last day, move to the red village of Abianeh, one of the oldest villages in Iran. Nestled among inaccessible mountain folds, its inhabitants still speak Middle Persian, the language of the fifth century.

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