Deviating from this itinerary is unpreventable sometimes due to weather conditions, seasonal changes, frequency of visits to a village or for any other factor which may influence our travel times and schedules. Furthermore, this is the tight itinerary and sometimes we must skip a place or two depending on the season.
This tour has been designed for people wishing to have a short visiting of Iran Desert “Dashte-e Kavir” among Iran classic route, on the way from North to South “ between Esfahan to Yazd”or visversa. Instead of visiting Iran central desert, there are many attractions between Esfahan in Yazd before and after travelling to the desert. So when you are coming from one of the most urban of Tehran, Esfahan or Yazd to the desert we consider to stop in spots and get the feeling of the small town and also when you finished the journey in the desert and travelling to one of those destinations you will have explored on the way as well. In the desert you off road driving with 4x4 vehicles in the heart of the desert and visiting some spots and sand dune and sunset in the view point in the heart of the desert.
In the desert there is an opportunity to touch the stars in the clear sky, or watch the mysterious moon in the silence. A chance to watch the astonishing view of sunset without any human made hurdle. A possibility to see wild camels pacing on the sand dunes. On this tour one can taste local foods and associate with aboriginal people. There are many historical sites to see and activities to do. The accommodation is a cozy guest house that would give you the feeling of staying at your own home. Visiting Meybod and Na’in historical city along with Anarak old town. Visiting Salt Lake, Mesr and Farahzaad oasis in the heart of the desert and travelling to a viewpoint for watching sunset. If you wake up in the early morning, you will have the chance to watch the desert’s amazing sunrise as well.
We perform the tour from Tehran, Yazd or Esfahan, so travellers have the opportunity to start the trip from one of these origins and finish at Tehran, Yazd or Esfahan.