• Type

    Nomad Tour

  • Group Size


  • Physical Grading


  • Tour Code

    # 66

  • Duration

    10 Days & 9 Nights

  • Location

    Tehran,Isfahan,Kuhrang, Khafr, Shiraz, Firuzabad, Yazd

  • Start

    Tehran – Iran

  • Finish

    Tehran– Iran

  • Group Size
    • Min 1 PAX
    • Max 15 PAX

    Iran Nomad Tour

    Nomads maybe are considered to be professional travelers due to their lifestyle. Iran nomad tours invite you to hang around with these generous and hospitable people. They change the place of their living almost every 6 months. They are used to moderate weather and rich natural resources. This cohabitation with nature is the reason of their generosity and simplicity. Their tent like dwellings are open to guests like their hearts. Iran nomads are so hospitable and offer you their delicious cuisine and natural products. If you want to visit these kind hosts, try Kalout nomad tours.  Free people, well- adapted to the nature rules, are perfect story tellers. Stories about their bravery, conquering the nature and challenges to dealing with. For city folks who are used to hustle and bustle of cities, sleeping in tent, and going to sleep while gazing at starry and clear sky would be a rare experience.


    • Tehran
    • Isfahan
    • Meidan Emam
    • Kuhrang
    • Chelgard


    Arrival in Tehran International Airport; Meet and greet by your tour guide and transfer to the hotel. After a while rest, tour some of the magnificent museums in downtown Tehran, like National Museum of Iran and Abgineh (Glass and Ceramic) Museums. The national museum contains prestigious relics influential in shaping the world’s culture and civilization. Our next visit is the Golestan Palace, (the Rose Garden Palace) UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the oldest historic monuments belonging to a group of royal buildings in Tehran & Tehran traditional grand bazaar.

    Drive to Isfahan. Today is fully dedicated to Isfahan teemed with fabulous monuments and UNESCO world heritages. At the city’s heart stands UNESCO-listed Naqsh-e Jahan Square (Meidan Emam) flanked by azure-tiled mosques, Outstanding Sheikh Lotf-ol- lah and Imam Mosques, Ali Qapu palace and the entrance to a vast bazaar. Fountains dance where once polo players pranced to entertain Safavid Ruler, Shah Abbas. delving into traditional bazaar with eye-catching handicrafts give you the opportunity to get closer to Iranian art and culture.
    O/N Isfahan (Hotel)
    Meals included: Breakfast

    Drive to Dasht-e Sheikh Alikhan, the most important Bakhtiari Nomads’ summer camp, where you can enjoy having organic dairies & foods, walking and sightseeing in the untouched area. we can wade across the pond, formed where Shikhalikhan Waterfall hits the ground. Brave people tell you stories about their lifestyle and challenges they have to deal with. spending the night with these hospitable locals while enjoying the breath-taking beauty of Zard kouh.

    After almost 3 hours of road trip through stunning landscape, we enter Khafr village. It is located on the steep foothills of Dena district, Zagros mountan range. One of the best mountaineering paths is through this village. We can visit Samiron waterfall with a lovely breeze.
    O/N Khafr (Local House)

    From early in the morning we have a joyful trek along the river, rooting from the heights of Dena Mountains. Outstanding landscape full of gardens, a place of refuge and desirable path to unwind.
    O/N Khafr (Local Rural House)
    Meals: Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner

    Living close to nature and getting used to its free lifestyle is something almost impossible in urban areas. During this brief trip to kuhrang, we can get away from it all and have the time of our life without stressful city life. Leaving the enchanting gardens behind, we enter Shiraz, the city of poetry, flower, nightingale, culture and history.
    O/N Shiraz (Hotel)
    Meals: Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner

    We are almost at the end of our trip and warmly welcomed by beautiful city of Shiraz. 07th day of our visit is partly historical and partly excursion in shiraz popular flowery gardens. Vakil Ensemble; Mosque & baazar, Eram Garden UNESCO World Heritage Site, Arg-e Karimkhan (Karimkhan Citadel), dating back to Zand Era and Nasir-ol-Molk colorful mosque. Then we get to know tombs of two Iranian Famous Poets, HAFEZ and SAADI and Iranian literature. O/N Shiraz (Hotel)
    Meals included: Breakfast

    Almost all around the Shiraz is surrounded by historical and natural beauties. Not only Achaemenes but Sassanid empire where obsessed to remain some legacy for their decedents in the area. Today we drive to Firuzabad to review some of the Sassanid’s heritages which is listed in UNESCO recently as Sassanid Archaeological Landscape of Fars Region. Ardeshir coronation bas relief and palace, maiden castle and etc. we hit the road and drive to visit Nomad of Shiraz. We spend another night in their tents.
    O/N (Nomad Camp)
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    On the way to Yazd we visit Pasargadae, the tomb of Cyrus, the great, simple but majestic. continue driving to Yazd. Despite being close to desert; Yazd is a green city. It owes its greenery to another ancient Iranian engineering technique. Their smart solution to the water shortage is recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site. They invented Qanat and brought water from heart of the earth to the ground. A different UNESCO-Listed, still alive architecture of old city of Yazd (Historic City of Yazd), simple life style and hospitable people in spite of unkind and tight nature, all of which leave you speechless. Other highlights like Amir Chakhmaq Complex, Fahadan old neighborhood, Ziyaeyeh School (Alexander Prison), Water Museum are among our visits today.
    O/N Yazd (Hotel)
    Meals included: Breakfast

    There are many other attractions in Yazd to visit today. On the last day of our trip we visit other highlights such as Congregational (Jameh) Mosque, Zoroastrian old Fire Temple, and the tallest wind tower in Dolat Abad Garden. They can explain briefly the history of desert life. We finish this fascinating trip and get back to Tehran.



    Transport: Air conditioned transport
    Accommodation :05 Nights Hotel,2 Nights Nomad Camp, 2 Nights Local House
    Meals : Daily Breakfast & refreshment, 05 Lunch & Dinner
    Tour guide :Scort English speaking guide & Nomad expert guide
    Other Services: Visa Official number


    • Any expenses such as telephone calls, laundry, mini bar used in the room, tips etc.
    • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
    • International Air ticket
    • Tips and porter charges
    • Any other services not specified above
    • Entrance fees
    • Visa fee

    Important Note

    • Please bear in mind in local houses single room is only available upon request. Clean mattress is available.
      • On sea trips in case of bad conditions, routes and timing may change
      • In trips close to nature, in case of climate changes and lousy weather,  accommodation and schedule may change
      • Booking process of the hotels starts upon receiving the flight details.
      • Changes in the hotels may occur


    In order to get the visa, we need 7 working days to get the invitation ref number from Iran foreign ministry.
    Required documents :Completed visa application form (please Click here to fill the application form),
    Copy of your passport; and also the scan of your former visa if you have traveled to Iran before .
    Passport copy file should be as follow:
    • Size 40 kb/5.5 cm *4.3 cm
    • Format should be JPEG or GIF

    Responsible Travel

    As the executive of nature tours in Iran & Globe, we have assumed our responsibility & role so seriously, know the tourism effect on our surrounded environment & local society, and try to plan & operate our tours in accordance with this foreground thought; For, we believe that the tour executive has a great effect on the means of transferring his/her experiments, to guarantee both the passengers health & environment conservation .