There’s Never Been a Better Time to Travel to Iran

There’s Never Been a Better Time to Travel to Iran

The everyday people in the cities and towns of Iran have for years warmly welcomed travelers from the U.S., and now our governments are coming closer together as well. It’s a great time to visit, as political relationships warm in one historic and culturally rich area of the world.

Travel to Iran: Captivating Culture On the Cusp of ChangeFor 30 years, MIR’s destination experts have specialized in designing imaginative trips that take travelers to unconventional and unfrequented places. We’ve been leading tours to Iran for many years, but now is an even better time to travel to one of our most popular destinations.

Once the seat of the mighty Persian Empire, today’s Iran is a complex place of searing beauty with its shapely domes, mosaic-clad minarets and arched madrassahs set against a brilliant blue sky. With a culture that prizes hospitality above all, the people of Iran pride themselves on being friendly and warm to travelers, wherever they are from.

Have any more questions about the particulars of travel to Iran? Read our Iran travel FAQ.

Gilded in Iran. Photo credit: Jamshid Fayzullaev

This is just one example of the incredible decorative art of Iran
Photo credit: Jamshid Fayzullaev

Travel to Iran: The Time To Go is Now!The question isn’t whether to travel to Iran, it’s when. MIR has a few spots left on some of our 2015 small group tours and rail journeys by private train that include travel through Iran.  If you are ready to plan for next year, we also have some 2016 dates and prices available for travel to Iran.

Act fast, as space is filling up and visas take time!

Small Group Tours

Ancient Persia – Modern Iran
Iran from Top to Bottom

Once Forbidden Lands of Central Asia & Iran
From Tashkent to Tehran via Turkmenistan

Iran Unveiled  
Modern Face of a Legendary Land

Rail Journeys by Private Train

Heart of Persia by Private Train
Around and About Iran Aboard the Golden Eagle 

Jewels of Persia by Private Train (Eastbound / Westbound)
Between Moscow and Tehran via Central Asia Aboard the Golden Eagle 

Iran & the Stans by Private Train (Eastbound / Westbound)
Between Tehran and Tashkent Aboard the Golden Eagle 

A visit to Persepolis. Photo credit: Warren & Janny Strickland

Roman Emperor Valerian surrenders to Shapur I in this monumental rock carving at Naghsh-e Rostam, near Persepolis
Photo credit: Warren & Janny Strickland

Make Your Iran Travel Plans Now

Although time is running out and space is filling up, MIR’s team of travel specialists is at the ready to put your Iran travel plans in motion. With 30 years of unmatched travel planning experience hand-crafting tours to legendary destinations, we’re the ones to call. Starting your journey along the Silk Road or to Iran is just a phone call away.

Contact MIR today at [email protected] or 1-111-111-1111.


Top photo: Friends in Shiraz, Iran. Photo credit: Ann Schneider

PUBLISHED: July 16, 2015

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