Due to ancient civilization and the presence of followers of different religions in Iran, our country has various religious sites and is famous of Its Iran religious tours. Of the nearly 6,000 religious sites in all parts of the country, in addition to the tombs and monuments listed in the National Monuments List, there are more than 3,000 other sacred places (including mosques, religious schools, churches, synagogues, temples, and shrines). Religion has played a prominent role in the formation of cities such as Mashhad, Qom, Ray, Shiraz, Qazvin, Natanz, Shahroud, Shoush, Bastam, Lahijan, Amol, Ardebil, Gonbadkavus, etc. and these cities have great potential for attracting religious tourists.
Iran can attract international tourism in all religious areas, and the existing cultural space makes it possible to develop religious-cultural tourism due to the numerous shrines (including Imam Reza shrine in Mashhad and Hazrat Masoumeh shrine). Qom), our country is a destination for pilgrims from many Muslim countries. In addition, Iran has stateless temples and churches that do not exist elsewhere in the world. For example, the oldest church in the world is located in Iran.
Tours to Holy Sites of Iran
Tourism and especially Iran Pilgrimage Tours are a means of connecting people with different religions and cultures and helping them to understand each other better, despite political and social tensions and disputes. According to the World Tourism Organization, religion is recognized as one of the main motivations for travel. Tourism industry experts believe that in terms of Iran's culturally-specific religious status, religious tourism has a great potential for growth and development in our country; however, according to studies of religious tourism in Iran,
The thousands of sacred places of worship still lack specialized and focused organization. Of these, more than 6,000 are listed in the National Heritage List, and in addition to being a pilgrimage attraction,
Visiting religious sites in Iran, such as the shrine of Imam Reza (AS), is appealing to most foreign tourists, from the architecture of the buildings to the tents and prayers of the congregation. It is not common for non-Muslim foreign tourists to visit Mashhad just to visit Imam Reza's shrine when travelling to Iran, but foreigners who have gone to Shiraz and Rey have also come to see Shahragh and Abdul Azim's shrine or on their way to Birch, Neyshabur and the road Silk in the northeastern part of Iran also takes their curious mind and adventure to the shrine of Imam Reza (AS).
The Iran tour packages explained in this page are complete but if you want we can customize the dates and destination to your taste and needs. All you have to do is to email all the info about your desired customized tour and our staff will call you as soon as they can.
iran religious tours
First day: Arrival in Tehran
Second day: City tour in Tehran guided by Iran tour
Third day: Leave Tehran and travel to Mashhad
Forth day: Visit Imam Reza tomb and Bazaar accompanied by Gapatour
Fifth day: Mashhad City tour
Sixth day: visiting Isfahan
Seventh day: the second day in Isfahan
The Eighth day: Leave Isfahan and travel to Qom
The ninth day: Depart Iran