Listing ID: 61912

Joyas Del Oeste (Shirez Canyon & Gahar Lake)

Lo más destacado: Khorramabad 's Sightseeing, Shirez Canyon, Gahar Lake

Lo que puedes esperar

El castillo de Falak-ol-Aflak es un castillo situado en la cima de una gran colina con el mismo nombre dentro de la ciudad de Khorramabad, la capital regional de la provincia de Lorestán, Irán. Esta gigantesca estructura fue construida durante la era Sassanid (224â € “651). El río Khoramabad pasa por el lado este y sudoeste de la colina Falak-ol-Aflak, proporcionando a la fortaleza protección natural en esos lados. Hoy en día, los lados oeste y norte de la colina están rodeados por los distritos residenciales de Khorramabad.

El Cañón de Shirz es un cañón de importancia geoturística, ubicado a 45 kilómetros al noreste de Kuhdasht, la capital del condado de Kuhdasht, en la provincia de Lurestan, al oeste de Irán. Los manantiales del valle se unen a la corriente de Seimare, que es una rama del río Karkhen.

Gahar se encuentra junto al macizo de Oshtorankouh, en Zagross, en la provincia de Lorestan. Está a 2360 m sobre el nivel del mar, 1700 m de largo y 500 m de ancho. La profundidad del lago es 28 m máximo. El área es una de las pocas en Irán que ha estado bajo buena protección últimamente, por lo que el medio ambiente y la flora parecen casi vírgenes.

- Qué harás

Itinerario

Día 1:
Nos veremos en el aeropuerto y traslado al hotel. Pasaremos la noche en Teherán.

Dia 2:
Después del desayuno, iremos a Khorramabad. En la tarde, visitaremos el castillo de Falak-o-aflak. Pasaremos la noche en Khorramabad.

Día 3:
Después de desayunar, maneje hacia Shirez Canyon. De regreso a Khorramabad. Pasaremos la noche en Khorramabad.

Día 4:
Nos prepararemos para visitar uno de los emocionantes lagos en Irán, el Lago Gahar. En la tarde de regreso a Khorramabad.

Dia 5:
Volveremos a Teherán. Pasaremos la noche en Teherán.

Día 6:
Después del desayuno, vuela de vuelta a casa.

- Que esta incluido

-Transporte en 4x4 con aire acondicionado con guía del conductor
Hoteles estándar con desayuno (3/4 *)
Experiencia de 4x4 todo terreno
-Información de seguridad completa y todo el equipo de seguridad
- Servicio de recogida y de traslado gratuito en el hotel
-Seguro de Accidentes Personales

- Lo que no está incluido

- Cualquier pasaje aéreo internacional y nacional
- Comidas (cena y almuerzo)
- Propinas y gastos de porteador
- Cualquier otro servicio no especificado anteriormente

- Transferencias

Teherán 's Intl. Aeropuerto

- FAQ

Travel Insurance
One thing we always recommend is that you carefully consider the purchase of travel insurance before you set out on your journey from an office in your country which is different from travel insurance in Iran (Travel insurance covers the expenses of the insured inside boundaries of IRAN) that is included in the most of our tour packages.
Visa Information (How can I apply for Visa?)
Applicants can secure the visa by completing the form and receiving a pre-approval visa code and collect it at the International Airport of Tehran (the service fee is a complimentary service if you book your trip with us). Please note: - 14 days’ tourist visa is available for all of the nationalities with an authorized passport for visiting KISH, QESHM, and CHABAHAR (free zones). - A service fee is applicable to the visa process (which is as a complimentary service for the customers who purchase an escorted tour). This charge is different from the visa fee which you must pay to the consulate for stamping your passport - Please note that US, British and Canadian passport holders will need to book this trip at least 2 months before departure as this is the length of time it takes to process a visa for these nationalities.
Has Iran any dress codes?
Women: As a foreigner, a female traveler is officially expected to cover her hair. Usually, more tolerance tends to be shown towards foreigners over the detail of the dress code than is the case for Iranian women. However, this does not include leaving one’s hair fully uncovered. “Acceptable” outfits may include a, loose dress or shirt worn over loose skirt or pants and a scarf in the summer, and a woolen coat and scarf in the winter (calf-length is acceptable if worn over pants). All colors and modest designs are acceptable Men: Men are also required to abide by the following dress code: Short-sleeved shirts and t-shirts are acceptable for daily wear. Shorts and three-quarter length pants are acceptable on the beach. Dress attire for men is similar to that in Europe. It is quite acceptable in the areas outside though it denotes indifference toward or opposition against state regulations and values. Jogging in tracksuits is acceptable for men. General: Some mosques and most holy shrines require women to be wearing a chādor before entering the complex. If you don’t have one, there are sometimes kiosks by the door that lend or hire chādors. It is better for men to wear long-sleeved shirts inside a mosque or shrine, though this is not mandatory. Shoes are not worn within prayer areas of a mosque or shrine. Busier mosques have free shoe repositories where you trade your shoes for a token.
Food and Drink
- The good news for travelers is that Iranian cuisine is superb. A wide range of influences from Central Asia, the Caucasus, Russia, Europe, and the Middle East have created a diverse, relatively healthy range of dishes that focus on fresh produce and aromatic herbs. It’s a safe bet that all food in Iran is halal and will conform to Islamic dietary laws - Iran has no alcohol available and it should not be consumed or transported to the country although you can enjoy a wide range of refreshment and soft drinks such as doogh (is a yogurt-based drink), Tea (is a famous and common one), sherbets (with different traditional favor)
Money and Currency
- The Iranian rial (﷼ in Persian) but symbolized internationally as IRR is the currency of Iran; however, prices are often quoted in Tomans (تومان). One Toman is equal to ten rials. - ATMs in Iran do not accept foreign (non-Iranian) cards except some which accept those from state banks, so bring all the money you might need in cash, preferably in US dollars or euros. Your tour manager helps you exchange the money.
Climate
Depends on your chosen travel category; you can travel to Iran in different seasons. Although some cities can be bitterly cold in its winter months, you can find cities where have glorious weather. It is fiercely hot during the summer, however, there are many tours which will be operated in this seasons in the north of Iran where the weather is lovely. The best time to visit is generally accepted to be the spring and autumn months.
Meals
Breakfast always includes in multi-tours. Regarding the lunch and dinner, you can add this service as a supplement or it may be included to your tour. People have different tastes and condition for their meals depends on their nationalities and lifestyle for these reasons, we prefer not to add the meals to the tour price to avoid wasting costs and increasing our multi-cultural customers satisfied.
Transportation
Depends on the number of passengers, we have a private car, van, bus. All of the vehicles have air-conditioned, clean It is possible your driver will not speak English, there is no concern. The most of tours have an English speaking tour guide included.
Accommodation (Hotel, Hotel Apartment, Eco-lodge, etc. )
we frequentely use the standard 3,4,5 star Hotels, boutique Hotels and Eco-lodges; depends on the trip style. Find out the type and grade of the accommodation on your trip at the inclusion box. There are facilities in the standard hotels such as bathroom/toilet, Air-conditioning, Wireless communication,TV, Telephone, bed. Room types such as Single room, Double/Twin room, Triple room ( Double bed plus single bed or Double bed plus extra bed ), Quad room. Extra bed is a folding bed or a sofabed Eco-lodge is a newly-born type of accommodation includes two types of Comfortable rooms which some of them have native mattress, clean blankets, sheets and pillow, heater & Ceiling fan, Hot Water shower and no bed, the rest of them have bed with the same facilities. Bathrooms facilities are private, western toilet is available.
International Airport
Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport, is the primary international airport of Iran. (IATA: IKA, ICAO: OIIE) The airport is located about 50 km southwest of Tehran city center. Please Note: Having foreign currency valued more than 10,000 USD is subject to the regulations of the passenger holding currency and requires to be declared. None of the tours include Return International flight tickets. We can book the international flights that suit your chosen tour, it costs you an extra fee or you can consult with our international flight experts about the best available routes and airlines.
Tour Guide/ Tour leader
All of our Tour guides are officially licensed by Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization. our professional guide meets the group at the airport and explains all the necessary information for starting off a great journey in Iran. The default language of our tours is English if the group requests other languages such as French, German, etc. There is an extra cost and subject to availability.

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Pricing

Price per person:
- From 1 to 1 persons: 964.00  /person.
- From 3 to 3 persons: 308.00  /person.

Información de la experiencia

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- Duration: 6 days
- Printed tickets are accepted
- Mobile tickets are accepted
- We speak: EN language flag

Punto de encuentro

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