Ancient villages of Abyaneh and Varzaneh, Magical Vank Cathedral and Jameh Mosque, Ancient Persepolis, the Aar E Bam Ruins and the Kaluts.
|Single Pax||Twin/Triple Share|
Via Oman Air
26 Sep SIN-KUL-MCT-IKA 1915/0335 hrs (+1 arrive on 27 Sep）
08 Oct IKA-MCT-KUL-SIN 0425/0010 hrs (+1 arrive on 9 Oct)
Estimated Airfare = S$950.00
** Flight schedule subjected to change
** This tour departs and ends from/at Singapore
Day 1 - Arrive Tehran, transfer to hotel to check-in as our tour leader does a quick brief on what to expect in the coming days.
Day 2-4 (B,L,D) - From Tehran, we head down south toward Isfahan to visit some of the oldest and most photogenic mud clay villages in Iran where we will be photographing them in beautiful morning light and also during blue hour. No visit to Iran is complete without a visit to some of the most beautiful places of worship on the planet, with its intricate artwork and porcelain work including the Vank Cathedral, Jameh and Imam Mosques and more. We also spend some time photographing the bridges of Isfahan, one of the best places to do street and morning photography. From Isfahan, we transfer to Yazd, another cultural hub where we will learn more about the mysterious wind towers, water reservoirs and witness some of the earliest man made caves in this part of the world.
Day 5-6 (B,L,D) - From Isfahan, we continue further south towards the ancient site of Persepolis just outside Shiraz, the ceremonial capital and cultural heart of the Archaemenid Empire almost 3000 years ago as we conduct a photowalk pass the giant monolithic ruins where our instructor teaches you the best ways to compose your photos. We will base ourselves in Shiraz, a glorious city and visit the amazing light show of Al Mulk, one of the highlights of the trip.
Day 6-8 (B,L,D) - Transfer to the city of Kerman to photograph the Aag-e-Bam, the largest Adobe building in the world with its charasmatic Citadel. Evenings are spent at the breathtaking Kaluts where we will spend most of our time photographing amazing sunsets.
Day 9-11 (B,L) - Return back to Tehran with fond memories of our adventure where we will do a photo critique to ensure your photography is on the right path. By afternoon, we visit the grand bazaar of Tehran for some last minute shopping before transferring to the airport for our return flight back to Singapore.
**Itinerary subjected to change
- Private air-conditioned vehicle with ample space for photography equipment
- 11N Accommodation in comfortable 3-star hotels
- Domestic Flight (Kerman-Tehran)
- All meals as per itinerary
- English speaking guide and SGTrekker photo instructor
- All permits and entrance fees
- Mineral Water x 1L per day
- International Airfare
- Guide and Driver gratuity
- Personal expenses eg. drinks during meals, shopping
- Travel Insurance
- Visa fees (if applicable - Singaporeans / Malaysians can apply for VOA)
An enjoyable trip with lots of photo opportunities under the expert guidance of Adrian.
I must admit that my recent trip to West Java was fairly relaxing and easy going as well.
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This is about my 6th trip with SgTrekker and i\’ve enjoyed all the trips – i like the comaraderie with the various groups (always punctual), fun, food and decent to luxurious accommodation, . Adrian ensures that we are well-fed with good to best local food, and he patiently ensures all our different dietary requirements. Besides bringing us to interesting and scenic places and an element of adventure, there\’s also a balance in knowing about the culture, food and people. Lake Baikal has been an adventure for me as i always wondered if i\’d survive the extreme cold. Thankfully, Adrian briefed us well, and so we were prepared and survived. This is another trip with fond memories and thanks to Adrian for his generous sharing of tips and tricks and ensuring that we all get some good shots to bring home.