Yazd Bafgh Desert Tours
Note: There is
20% Discount for
groups of 2 people, and 30% for
groups of 3 or more on all the packages.
Yazd - Bafgh Desert - Yazd
Most of the foreign tourists who come to Iran only know about three of Iran
desert tours: Maranjab desert tours
Varzaneh desert tours
. But only a few have heard about the hidden splendors of the deserts
, a city better known for its stunning architecture. Yazd Bafgh desert
tours are the only package in our
Iran desert tours
starting in the city of windcatchers. Our Yazd desert tours are one-day packages and take you to the
Our Bafgh desert tours take you for a great adventure among the dunes with a
fair price. There are many extraordinary sights
in Yazd’s Bafgh desert, but none of them equals the sublimity of the desert
night. As with all desert tours in our packages, desert tours in Yazd end in a
magical sunset in the eternity of sands.
All The Tours From Yazd:
Our Iran tour packages include many categories. One particular category however,
boasts greatest diversity and that is
Iran sightseeing tours. You can book sightseeing tour in all the major tourist destinations in Iran. Yazd sightseeing
tours are among the most popular options in Iran tour packages.
Yazd day tours
take you to the greatest highlights of the city. Some of the best of
tourist attractions visited in the course of
Yazd tours are:
Amir Chakhmaq Complex
Amir Chakhmaq Complex is part of a square of the same name in Yazd old town. The
complex includes a caravanserai, a mosque and a public bath among others. A
remnant of the Timurid era (circa. 1438), the complex boasts an extraordinary
array of Iranian artistry. Intricate patterns of tile-work and stunning works of
calligraphy decorates the walls of the complex. The mosque of the complex draws
much acclaim due to its masterful plaster-work and the mesmerizing play of
lights on its interior walls. People perform their daily prayer under the
fabulous dome of the mosque.
Jameh Mosque of Yazd
The highest minarets in Iran belong to one of its oldest grand mosques. Jameh
Mosque of Yazd has all the essential factors of a religious building. It is of
epic size with an intertwined web of colorful tiles and plaster-work and it is a
source of comfort and inspiration for the believers. The main building dates
back to the 12th century, renovated in the 14th century. But the towering
minarets are the work of the Safavid artists in the 16th century.
According to some legends, the site of Ziaee School had been a prison during
the reign of Alexander the Great over Iran; hence the name Alexander’s Prison.
But as far as we know, this beautiful monument is 800 years old and was a
school. The architecture is in the Azeri style, very similar to other historic
structures in Yazd. The dome of the school is 18 meters high and is embellished
by fabulous forms of vaults known as Muqarnas.
Zoroastrian Fire Temple
Although the majority of Iranians are Muslims, there are many other religions
practiced in the country. Zoroastrianism had been the official religion of
Iranian before the rise of Islam. There are still many Iranians who practice
Zoroastrianism. Yazd boasts the largest population of Zoroastrians in Iran. Fire
Temple in Yazd is the one of nine temples in the world preserving Atesh Behram
(the holiest class of fires in the faith). The temple was constructed in 1930s
but he sacred fire kept in it dates back to 470 AD and is the only Atesh Behram
Above mentioned packages are some of the best of Iran tours
and are performed by a
professional team of Iranian tour guides
. If you decide to spend a couple of
days in Yazd and enjoy its countless splendors in the fullest, there is a
plethora of choices for quality accommodation.
are famous for
their traditional architecture and unique desert ambiance.