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Visit the home to many Zoroastrian fire temples and historical mosques, bargain in the bazaars, buy Persian ancient art and crafts as a souvenir, relax in classic tea houses and chat with the friendly locals.

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Visit one of the largest cities of Iran in terms of area, home to many historic mosques and Zoroastrian fire temples. You will visit the wonderful Ganjali Khan Bathhouse and see its extraordinary architecture. Get familiar with the famous manufacturer of cashmere wool shawls, other textiles and carpets and rugs that have been exported for so many years. Located at the edge of Kavir-e Lut (Lut Desert), Kerman climate is unique and quite moderate. Discover a fossil paradise where the discovery of dinosaur footprints in 2005 renewed hopes for a better understanding of the history of this area. This area is home to the largest producer of pistachios, ancient carpets and copper. Meet this strong cultural heritage, which is expressed in the local accent, poetry, local music, handicrafts and customes that Kerman has introduced to the world.

 

What's Included

 

Itinerary

Visit the traditional market of Kerman, Ganjali Khan Bathroom and Ganjali Khan Tea house

Visit jabalieh dome, Zoroastrian fire temple and museum, Moshtaghie dome and Coin Museum

The distance between Kerman and Kaluts of Shahdad is about 230 km and it takes approximately 3 hours. We move from Kerman towards Kaluts of Shahdad in the morning. Later to arrive at there, explore along the desert and experience the unbeatable Natural Phenomenon of the Lut Desert, Kaluts and Nabkha. Along the path back to the Kerman, we visit the Kalshour River and end at the Shafiabad village to visit the Shafiabad Caravanserai. After the lunch, we stop in the Sirch village to see the old Cedar (Iran's natural heritage). Thus, we arrive at Kerman in the evening around 7PM.

The distance between Kerman and Bam is about 195 km and it takes approximately 2 hours. We move from Kerman towards Bam in the forenoon. Later to arrive at Bam, visit the historic site of Arg-e Bam. After the lunch, on the way back to the Kerman, visit the Rayen city and See the Citadel of Reyan. We arrive Kerman around 7PM.

 

 

 

6 reasons to travel to Kerman:

  1. Kerman is one of 5 historical cities in Iran
  2. There are more than 660 national monuments
  3. Kerman province has the most UNESCO heritages, like: Meymand city, Shahzade garden and Loot desert.
  4. Shah nematollah vali tomb
  5. Testing delicious sweets like: Ghotab, Kolompe, Ghovatoo, Zireh and Boz ghormeh
  6. Kerman handicrafts are famous, like: Pateh and Kerman carpet

 

Make it a private tour - From $165 per person

Book this tour as a private departure, with your own local tour guide and all the benefits of a HiPersia group tour for any group, big or small even just one traveller (any day you want). 

 

2017-01-14 | by HiPersia Executive unit
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