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Glance of iran  

Glance of iran

Iran is the country of Nature and Culture, History and Art. To have a truly authentic experience, travelers face with hospitable people in a relaxed atmosphere to feel the rich history, glamorous architecture and art and vast diversity of Natural landscapes and resources in a four season land in the middle of the Middle East. ...

Iran MICE  

Iran MICE

Rapidly increasing business trips to Iran, motivates this company to hold MICE tours in favor of various companies which takes step forward to make fruitful cooperation in our land....

City excursions  

City excursions

Business groups can enjoy city excursions around Tehran and other cities based on their interests. With 12 years of experience in operating incoming and outgoing tours, we assure you about memorable experience you would have with us....

Hotel reservation  

Hotel reservation

Irantourgate group can provide your accommodations, considering all aspects of your residence including closeness to the center of your appointment, amenities, cleanness, quietness, etc. All these qualities can be planned according to your budget and interests....


Nowruz is the traditional Iranian festival of spring which starts at the exact moment of the vernal equinox, commencing the start of the spring. It is considered as the start of the New Year among Iranians.  Noruz is celebrated March 20/21 each year, at the time the sun enters Aries and Spring begins.

Nowruz is the traditional Iranian festival of spring which starts at the exact moment of the vernal equinox, commencing the start of the spring. It is considered as the start of the New Year among Iranians. Noruz is celebrated March 20/21 each year, at the time the sun enters Aries and Spring begins.


Religious and cultural events abound in Iran, reflecting the country’s diverse peoples and historical influences. They range from the Gol-o-Golab (Rose and Rosewater) festival in Kashan in May, to the Chak Chak fire temple festival near Yazd in June, which celebrates the ancient religion of Zoroastrianism. Thetis Travel can organise tailormade tours combined with sightseeing and trips to meet nomadic groups.
 The flowers are picked for the festival of Gol-o-Golab (Rose and Rosewater), in Kashan. 

Religious and cultural events abound in Iran, reflecting the country’s diverse peoples and historical influences. They range from the Gol-o-Golab (Rose and Rosewater) festival in Kashan in May, to the Chak Chak fire temple festival near Yazd in June, which celebrates the ancient religion of Zoroastrianism. Thetis Travel can organise tailormade tours combined with sightseeing and trips to meet nomadic groups.  The flowers are picked for the festival of Gol-o-Golab (Rose and Rosewater), in Kashan. 


Dizin, with lifts to 3,600 metres and Shemshak, at 3,050 metres, are Iran’s most famous resorts, with chalets, hotels and equipment hire. They are both near Tehran and access is straightforward. Another of the larger resorts is Pooladkaf, 85km from Shiraz in the south, peaking at 3,400 metres and enjoying strong sunshine despite high snow totals.

Dizin, with lifts to 3,600 metres and Shemshak, at 3,050 metres, are Iran’s most famous resorts, with chalets, hotels and equipment hire. They are both near Tehran and access is straightforward. Another of the larger resorts is Pooladkaf, 85km from Shiraz in the south, peaking at 3,400 metres and enjoying strong sunshine despite high snow totals.


Rasht is the capital of green province of Gilan. The cityThe Iranian city of Rasht gets UNESCO’s recognition as one of the best places in the world as far as cookery is concerned. Boasts over 170 reciepes. The garlic-stoked, vegetable-rich Gilan cuisines include Mirza Qasemi, Torsh-e Tareh, Anar-Bij, Sir-Qelyeh, Baqali-Qatoq and kal Kabab.

Rasht is the capital of green province of Gilan. The cityThe Iranian city of Rasht gets UNESCO’s recognition as one of the best places in the world as far as cookery is concerned. Boasts over 170 reciepes. The garlic-stoked, vegetable-rich Gilan cuisines include Mirza Qasemi, Torsh-e Tareh, Anar-Bij, Sir-Qelyeh, Baqali-Qatoq and kal Kabab.


Yalda, which means birth, is a Syriac word imported into the Persian language. It is also referred to as Shab-e Chelleh, a celebration of winter solstice on December 21--the last night of fall and the longest night of the year.

Yalda, which means birth, is a Syriac word imported into the Persian language. It is also referred to as Shab-e Chelleh, a celebration of winter solstice on December 21--the last night of fall and the longest night of the year.


  1. Escape to Iran

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    Shiraz (1 Night), Isfahan (2 Nights) and Tehran (1 Night)

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  2. North By Northwest

    From 0 USD for 7 Days.

    Tabriz, Kandovan, Jolfa, Khalkhal, Asalem, Masoule, Rasht, Lahijan, Anzali.

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  3. nature and culture

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    Tehran (2 Nights),Hamedan(1 night),Kashan(1 night),Isfahan(3 nights) ,Shiraz(3 Nights).

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  4. Touching Desert

    From 1400 USD for 10 Days.

    Tehran (2 Nights), Damqan (1 Night), Garmeh (2 Night), Yazd (2 Nights), Nain (1 Night), Kashan (1 Night)

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  5. cities, sand and sun

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    Shiraz, Bandar Abbas, Qeshm Island, Kerman, Bam, Yazd, Meybod, Naein, Isfahan

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