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Iran is a cradle of human civilization. In the late 4th and early 3rd millennium B.C., Elamite civilization rose on the lowland Khuzestan, in the South-west of Iran. In the late 2nd millennium B.C. the Iranians migrating southward from the Central Asian Steppes began to settle in the Iranian plateau. By the mid-9th century B.C. two major groups of Iranians rose to be the dominant force on the plateau: the Medes and the Persians. In 550 B.C., the Persians defeated the Medes, and the Achaemenid kings appeared on the international scene. The Parthian and Sassanian dynasties ruled Iran successively. In 625 the Sassanians were defeated by the Muslim armies and the vast majority of Iranians converted to Islam, attracted by the divine teachings of this religion.

After the Arab invasion of Iran, the Saffarids were the first independent Iranian Muslim dynasty established in Iran (866-903). The Samanids and the Buyids also made great attempts to bring to fruition the Iranian Renaissance. In 1216 the Mongols, sweeping in with a relentless fury, obliterated many Iranian cities.

In the Safavid period (1501-1736) when Iran gained a powerful dynasty, the country made great progress. The Afsharids and Zands were the next dynasties that ruled Iran successively in the 18th century. The 19th century, when the Qajars reigned over Iran, was a time of disintegration for the country. Many events, both internal and external, caused it to fall into decay. In 1925, after the deposition of the last Qajar shah, Reza Khan transferred sovereignty to himself.

In the reign of Reza Shah and his son, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the increasing political and economic dependence on the western countries as well as disrespect to religious values raised hatred of people for the Pahlavi regime. This hatred was manifested in demonstrations against the government under the leadership of Ayatollah Khomeini in 1978, leading to the establishment of the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1979.

Iran's UNESCO world Heritage Sites

16 Days Iran UNESCO Sites Tour

16 Days - 15 Nights
Availability : All Month

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.

Iran Birdwatching Tour

13 Days Iran Birdwatching Tour

13 Days - 12 Nights
Availability : March & April

Join our Iran Birdwatching Tour for 13 days to experience Middle East’s second largest country that offers a great deal to the intrepid and curious traveler.

Iran Caravanserai

8 Days Iran Silk Road Tour

8 Days - 7 Nights
Availability : All Month

In Iran Silk Road Tour, we experience some of the most eminent historical sites across Iran: ancient archaeology, teeming bazaars, majestic mosques, and astounding desert route.

Shah Mosque (Imam Mosque), Isfahan

14 Days Persia Classic Tour

14 Days - 13 Nights
Availability : 12 month

Iran is a country with endless history and tradition and in Persia Classic Tour you explore both ancient Persia and modern Iran.

Asiatic cheetah in Khar Touran National Park, Iran

6 Days Iran Wildlife Tour

6 Days - 5 Nights
Availability : March to May / September to late October

Iran wildlife tour is an adventure tour designed especially for individual travelers and small groups who respect wildlife. Join us for an exciting trip to Iran to visit the natural wildlife.

Niavaran Palace, Tehran

1 Day North of Tehran Tour

1 Day
Availability : All-Month

Join us for North of Tehran Tour to show you Tehran beyond your expectations. Explore modern Tehran. Visit Sa’ad Abad Palace, Niavaran Palace, Tajrish bazaar, Tabiat bridge.

Qeshm Island, Iran - iran mysterious island tour

9 Days Iran Mysterious Island Tour

9 Days - 8 Nights
Availability : Autumn, Winter, and beginning of Spring

Landing to PERSIA. Our 9-day Iran mysterious Island tour includes the natural and historical attractions of the central and southern parts of Iran, focusing on Qeshm Island.

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