Discover Iran Deserts Tour
Our most popular tour takes you on a thrilling off-road adventure through the Lut Desert. You will explore truly fantastic remote places, enjoy delicious exotic cuisine, and discover desert geology, flora, fauna and history. Step into salt flats and desert dunes of the magnificent Maranjab Desert. Then continue your journey to the Salt Lake, the remainder of the Paratethys Sea. Later on, visit the wonderful sceneries of the Abuzeydabad and enjoy walking barefeet on the soft sand. Explore the historical village of Zavareh with its brilliant Grand Mosque, the minaret of Pamenar Mosque and the old bazaar. Carry on towards the little famous and distinctive village of Ashin and then head to the mystical desert of Rig- e Jenn (the genies’ dune) to visit sand dunes, dry riverbeds and crystallized salt flowers. Travel further into the central part of Iran towards Jandagh and then Mesr with the enigmatic and eye-catching sand hills and dunes. The next day, stop in the remote villages of Arousan and Khur. Go on to the vast area covered with white beautiful polygons of salt crystals in Tabas and explore its beautiful views. Spend a day in the layered village of Nayband with its fruit gardens and palm trees. Head to the mystical northern, central and southern Lut Desert to spend a 10-day desert safari in this unique desert of Iran. Visit Malek Mohammad spectacular mountain, pass through marvelous Rig-e-Yalan and head to the breathtaking Kalouts (Yardang) in Shahshad. Then continue your journey towards Gandom Beryan, Iran’s most extraordinary and the hottest point on the Earth! Explore the intriguing Cultural Landscape of Maymand and examine the lifestyle, traditions and culture of the local people. The next stop is Bavanat County, famous for its fruit gardens and rich history. After that, head to Abarkuh county and visit the still-standing ancient Cypress. Explore Varzaneh, especially the protected area of the Gavkhouni Lake and the salt marsh, and finally step into the glorious city of Isfahan with its unique architecture and culture.