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As described by Marco Polo this is a trip to a good and noble city, an excursion in the city of wind catchers, walk through spectacular gardens, and track the footprints of Zoroastrianism, experience a unique climate and this interesting “desert” architecture.



Explore the architecturally unique city and the first adobe houses city. Get familiar with the Centre of Zoroastrian culture. Travel through time to 5,000 years ago and visit the largest networks of “Qantas” (Aqueduct) in the world. Take Souvenirs of high quality handicrafts, especially silk weaving, and its unique confectionery.


What's Included



Visit the Zoroastrian fire temple, the crypt (tower of silence), Mirchakhmaq, Water Museum, Garden Dowlatabad, traditional market Yazd.

The distance between Yazd and Naein is about 170 km and it ingests about 2 hours. We move from Yazd towards Naein in the morning. Afterwards arrive at Naein, we visit the Jameh mosque of Naein, the Museum of Anthropology of Mashiraldoudollah Pirnia, the traditional workshop of Aba bafi (man-made caves). Later on the lunch, On the way back to the Yazd, we explore in the Meybod city and visit some famous tourist attractions such as the Shah Abbasi Caravanserai, the Meybod Ice House, the Chaparkhaneh, the Narin castle (Narin Acropolis), the Kabootar Khaneh of Meybod (the Pigeon house) and the Ziluy Museum. We arrive Yazd around 9PM.

The distance between Yazd and Abarkooh is about 150 km and it consumes approximately 2 hours. We move from Yazd towards Abarkooh in the morning. In the Abarkooh city, we visit the Aghazadeh Historical House, the Abarkooh Ancient Cedar Tree (Iran's natural heritage), the Nezamiyeh mosque and Gonbad Aali. Afterwards in the lunch, on the way back to the Yazd, we visit the Eslamiyeh village, Taft city and the Cham village. We arrive Yazd around 5PM.

The distance between Yazd and Mehriz is about 50 km and it consumes approximately 1 hr. We move from Yazd towards Mehriz in the morning. See the UNESCO-listed Pahlavanpur Garden. Then move towards the Kalmand Protected Area to visit the Zein-o-din Caravanserai. Later on the lunch, On the way back to the Yazd, we visit the Saryazd Castle and The Farafar Gate. We arrive Yazd at 5PM.

We move from the Zoroastrian Fire Temple of Yazd to the Kharanaq. The length is approximately 80 km and it consumes approximately 1 hr. Visiting the Menar Jonban of Kharanaq and explore in the historic Citadel of Kharanaq. Later on the lunch, move towards the Chack Chack fire temple. We go back to the Yazd and arrive there at dark.



5 reasons to travel to Yazd:

  1. The first and only city of Iran that has been announced as a UNESCO world heritage
  2. Hasan Abad qanat and the historic garden of Dolat-abad are also UNESCO world heritages
  3. Savory sweets of Yazd like: Qottab, Cotton candy and Baklava
  4. Chak Chak village and the holy fire and Zoroastrianism, the ancient pre-Islamic religion of Iran
  5. The lovely accent of locals and their hospitality


Make it a private tour - From $162 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

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From Masuma:
I wanted to know when this tour? When it will begin?
And I also wanted to know is there will be guide which speak in azeri-turk?
My last question is - from where you are departing? Tehran or Tabriz? 2017/01/30, 11:33:13
Hipersia replied: Dear Masuma, Hi Thank you very much for the comment. This is a private tour and it depends on your request. We will be in touch with you by email.
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