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A Glimpse into the Unknowns

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A Week to Remember

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An Adventure to Real Iran

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Get on a Time Machine

From € 1495

Mysterious Persian Odyssey

From € 1695

Touch the Diversity

From € 2575

Travelers Love Our Iran Tours

Enjoy the Flexibility

One of the best features of our Iran private tours is its flexibility. We will tailor the itinerary to our travelers' interests, preferences, and concerns.

Travel with Peace of Mind

Traveling to Iran with our guided tours is a breeze! We'll take care of all the details from visa, local debit card, accommodations, transfers, and the best places to visit.

Explore with Locals

Traveling with IranAmaze, you'll have the advantage of a knowledgeable local guide who will help you have a deeper experience, also facilitate your interactions with locals.

Iran Visa? Leave it to Us!

Getting a tourist visa to Iran can be complicated, especially for US, UK, and Canadian citizens. But with IranAmaze, you don’t have to worry! We are here to help make the process as smooth as possible. Our experienced team will guide you through the entire process, from start to finish. With our help, you can relax knowing that you have a reliable and knowledgeable team on your side.

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Experience All in One Tour

We want you to experience all essential aspects of traveling to Iran in one tour package, so we’ve defined 6 Moments and put them in your itinerary. From the stunning architecture, vibrant culture, breathtaking nature, and ancient religions to have a first-hand experience of Iranian hospitality and chatting with locals. Enjoy every moment of your trip with our diversified Moment feature!

All Moments in Your Trip to Iran

Visit Ancient Cities of Iran

When there is a 7000-year background behind Iran’s history, it is not surprising to find numerous ancient stuff here and there. They have scattered throughout Iran cities. Many of them have been discovered and now are in the museums. Yet, there are still several untold tales of ancient times across this land. We are proud to tell you about these stories.

Mere talking about all these ancient sites is not enough to show you the genuine behind each. How was it possible to build such gigantic castles and palaces everywhere, even on a mountain ridge? Or, how did they establish an underground watering system in the heart of deserts that supplied a whole city with freshwater? That’s impossible to write all of them here. Thus, We have tried to show you a glimpse of each city’s tales through a travelogue. The very surprise must be seen at the site!

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Iran Top Attractions

Naqshe Jahan Square, Isfahan
Naqshe Jahan Square, Isfahan
Golestan Palace, Tehran
Persepolis, Shiraz
Fahadan neighborhood, Yazd
Old mansions, Kashan
Old mansions, Kashan

Travel to Iran with Iran Amaze

Travel to Iran with IranAmaze

IranAmaze is enthusiastic about showing travelers not only the most famous monuments of this ancient land but also less-seen treasures and deep layers of Iran. We’ll handle your travel to Iran from A to Z, from your Iran visa to customizing the itinerary based on our interest and also addressing your safety concerns.

Have an epic trip to Iran with a professional local tour operator; you’ll be in good hands. 

Travel to Iran Responsibly

As a local Iran travel agency in IranAmaze, showing the hidden gems of Iran and making deep experiences for travelers is one of our main priorities. Simultaneously, we’d like to preserve the attractions and traditions in Iran as they are for future generations. Therefore, we advocate for traveling responsibly to minimize our environmental and cultural negative impacts. Furthermore, we’d like to share the benefits with local communities to empower them and make this cooperation sustainable. As a pioneer company in Iran responsible travel, we not only train our staff and inform our travelers but also choose responsible partners or try to help them work sustainably. For more information, check out the responsible travel page and responsible travel section in tour packages.

Despite common misconceptions, Iran is remarkably safe for travellers. However, like any destination, it's essential to exercise normal precautions and stay updated on current events. Additionally, during our guided tours of Iran, your dedicated guide will accompany you every step of the way, ensuring the utmost safety throughout your journey.

Yes, most visitors require a visa to enter Iran. But the visa process is easy and quick. The process varies depending on your nationality, so it's best to check with Iranamze support team first.

You can also read more information from this page.

Unfortunately, international credit and debit cards are not widely accepted in Iran due to banking restrictions. It's recommended to bring sufficient cash in major currencies and exchange it locally.

You can also read this article to know about travel costs of Iran and how to handle it during your trip.

Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are generally considered the best times to visit Iran when the weather is mild and comfortable.

However, Iran is a four season country so you can travel anytime to it depending on your preferences and interests.

Iran is an Islamic country and it has Islamic rules.

Female travellers should wear a headscarf (hijab) and dress modestly, covering arms and legs. Male travellers should also dress modestly, avoiding shorts and sleeveless shirts in public areas.

If you want to know more about Iran's customs and etiquette, you can read this blog post.

Yes, you would need an Iran travel insurance to getting Iran tourist visa. Insurance is an essential and required document for the visa process. You could either purchase the insurance through international agencies or an Iran travel agency like IranAmaze. The difference between international agencies and an Iran tour agency is in two different factors. One is that international insurance companies usually have higher coverage and for that reason, they are more expensive. The second difference is that some international companies would not cover traveling to Iran but the Iranian companies won’t have this issue. We can help you with the insurance process if you book any of our tour packages. For more information on insurance details, please read our article about Iran travel insurance.

You can apply for your Iran visa here: Iran tourist visa The process is online, quick, and straightforward for most countries. but for the nationals of the United States, England, and Canada it takes more time and requires more documents. 

Please contact our support team for more detailed information.

Yes, Iran is generally safe for solo travelers. While every destination has its risks, solo travelers in Iran often report feeling welcomed and respected by locals. It's essential to exercise standard precautions, such as staying aware of your surroundings, avoiding risky areas, and respecting local customs and dress codes. Additionally, consider booking guided tours for added safety and support.

Iran is rich in historical and cultural sites and there are lots of natural attractions you can visit. But the most visited cities are, Tehran, Kashan, Isfahan, Shiraz, Kerman, Yazd, Tabriz, and Qeshm Island.

Tehran: The capital features museums like the National Jewelry Museum and the Golestan Palace, alongside modern art galleries.
Isfahan: Known for its Persian-Islamic architecture, highlights include Naqsh-e Jahan Square and its stunning mosques.
Shiraz: Famous for its gardens and the ancient ruins of Persepolis, Shiraz is also renowned for its literary history.
Yazd: A center for Zoroastrian culture with features like windcatchers and the Fire Temple.
Tabriz: Home to the Blue Mosque and the extensive Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex.
Kashan: Known for its traditional houses and the historical Fin Garden.

These cities are just a few examples of Iran's rich cultural heritage, each offering unique insights into the country's long and complex history.

Iran private tours are flexible tours. Thus, you have the freedom to choose the dates of traveling to Iran and follow the pace and interests you like. You have a guide available anytime you wish. Also, you can pick hotels and restaurants based on your budget.

Yes! Of course, solo-female travel in Iran is common. Also, we’ve mentioned before, Iran is safe in terms of the crime rate. So, the general rules you have to follow as a female tourist in Iran are the same as everywhere else. Besides that, you have to follow the Iran dress code and wear a hijab. But females in Iran are a big part of society. You won’t be the only woman in the room wherever you go especially during our tours. Also, you could reserve our women only Iran tours, which are a new and trendy category.

No, based on the new laws, the passports of travelers who do not want to declare their trip to Iran won’t be stamped. Therefore, there will be no trace of your vacation to Iran. For more information, you could check out our Iran stamp passport.

Telecommunication infrastructure in Iran is up to date. So, you don’t need to worry about making calls and using the internet. The 5G and LTE networks are available in all hotels, hostels, as well as many restaurants and cafes. Also, you can buy Iranian sim cards at a low price. Data is very cheap in Iran. A modem and a sim card are included to our tour packages.

Get in touch with us

We like to hear from you. If you have anything in your mind, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Tehran Office:
No. 38, Irani Alley, Fakhar Moghaddam St, Shahrak-e Gharb, Tehran, Iran
Vienna Office:
Grabnergasse 12/4, 1060 Vienna, Austria.