Life is all about learning! As a Persian idiom says: “Search for knowledge from cradle to the grave”. So, if you would like to do some learning activities and have a journey to a mysterious land, we highly recommend you to have learning travel to Iran. Because it’s the land of arts and literature which always has been a scientific center as well.
In this style, we have differentiated services and tours that are tailored to the age and interests of you.
Our Knowledge Base tour style contains creative on-site learning activities. Not only for fun but also targeting the learning goals and engaging the students/researchers in the local culture by offering interactive activities.
In fact, in these learning tours, experts go along with you to co-operate with the tour guide. Following are the tours we can offer you in Iran:
Iran is a country with highly educated people and high leveled universities. Also, with facilities like student travel companies and tour operators operating student trips, Iran is a good destination for scientific and student travel. Check the link to know more about it.
You really do not need an archaeology tour to enjoy archaeological sites and monuments of ancient Persia. Because you can see them everywhere even when you are walking in the streets. But definitely a knowledge-based archaeology tour with a professional tour guide can take you to the places that normally are not offered in tours and no one may go there on his or her own. The variety of archaeological remains in Iran is spectacular.
Neolithization started around 10000 BC. in Iran, much earlier than most of the world. On the other hand, remains of glorious Persian empires plus to fantastic Islamic architecture and fine arts wonder every visitor. So, it is not an exaggeration to say Iran is the best destination for archaeology trips.
Every year Iran attracts thousands of people attending conferences, festivals, and fairs. There are more than ten permanent fairgrounds and hundreds of international fairs and exhibitions held each year in different cities of Iran. Conferences as well show brilliant statistics. Also, festivals such as the International Fajr Film Festival and Rose Festival are worldwide well known and a great opportunity to take part in the events and also explore Iran.
Iranian classical music is different from European music and also much more complicated. Persian musicians, such as Barbod, Abd- Al-Hasan Maraqei, Saba, etc. have made a great difference in the history of music and today’s Iranian classic music inherited from them. Plus to classic music, each region of Iran has its own special folk music.
Heaven for food lovers! If you are a fan of spicy foods, if you are a fan of sour munchies, if you love sweets, even if you are a vegetarian or vegan, you can find your favorite taste in Iran. Iranian cuisine, as well as other aspects of Iranian culture, is different from region to region. While southern foods are closer to Arabian and also Indian cuisine, you can enjoy the taste of Turkish cuisine in the northwest. Learn more
Iran is home to so many races and tribes. Some of them are settled in cities now or even have been settled for so many years. But there are still some tribes that have a nomad lifestyle. They all are hospitable and tourists are welcome to their tents as their guests. But, do not forget that for traveling to their places, you always need a tour guide.
Iranian architecture inherited pre- Islamic Persian architecture and also Islamic magnificent architecture. Furthermore, during the 19th and 20th centuries, Iranians were impressed by European modern architecture. In addition, in recent decades, Iranian architects designed innovative buildings mostly in Tehran but also in other cities. The mixture of these schools created amazing buildings that you should visit with a tour guide.
Join us in Iran Archeological Tour and learn about the archaeology, architecture, and the art of our fascinating country. Iran is home to some truly amazing sights and sites.
With this Iran 5 Senses tour, you have a chance to do things that usually tourists do not do in Iran, like making ceramics with your hands and visiting musical instrument-making workshops, etc.
Our 16 days journey has tailored to take you across some part of this ancient land. Discovering Iran’s complex culture, Iranians’ warm hospitality and endless layers of history will be possible by this trip.