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Nomad Tours in Iran

Nomad Summer Tour in Fars

In Nomad Summer Tour in Fars you will migration with Qashqa’i nomad tribes in an actual and native surrounding.

Time: Can be started from June to September
Duration: 4 to 12 day (2 day stay and 8 day traveling)

Based on the season, Nomads Summer Tour in Fars would be in south western Iran, Qashqae take different routes for their migration from lowlands to highlands of Zagros mountain ranges. There are a few different routes that we can accompany these nomad tribes in their quest. Each route can take them day till weeks to accomplish, however we won’t stay with them for the whole trip.

Our suggested Nomad Summer Tour in Fars are usually 4 to 10 day based on the route.

Itinerary 1

Locations: Shiraz, Ardekan, Komehr and Kakan

Itinerary 2

Locations: Shiraz, Eghlid, Khosro-Shirin

Itinerary 3

Locations: Shiraz, Dasht-e Arjan, Parishan Lake

Itinerary 4

Locations: Shiraz, Bon Roud

Itinerary 5

Locations: Shiraz, Bakan, Mahgan

Join other Iran Traveling Center customers on one of our “Small Group Tours”!

This option is prefect for those who want to be in a group tour package. Each small group contains no more than 16 and no less than 2 participants, except those who rather to travel in a solo private guided tour. Your chosen date will be confirmed only if there will be at least 2 or more people interested in the same date. You will be notified about the status of your tour at least 30 day in advance. All charges will be refundable to you in regard to this tour unless the minimum number of participants for this tour is reached and you are totally sure you wanted to join your tour. But still if at any point prior to 3 week until your tour date, you decided to cancel, we will refund you in full.

Because of the nature of shared tours departure times are fixed and cannot be altered. Please be advised that if you change your travel date without prior notice, you will lose your reservation and any possibility of a refund.

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