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About us

The headquarter of The Shiraz Travel is in Perth, Australia. We have offices in Iran. The new offices will open in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane soon.

Tour Grid

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Shiraz to Tehran journey Tour

  • Duration: 10 Days
$6500 $6700

Per Person

Bustling bazaars and ancient sights, parched deserts and snowcapped mountains, awesome architecture and great hospitality, are what you can experience in a ten-day package, Shiraz to Tehran journey Tour. Iran is a fascinating mix of modern and ancient, of East and West, of the exotic and the mundane. While the rich and ancient Persian culture will ensure you are treated well, it also provides a stunning architectural and archaeological backdrop. The wonders of Sialk Hills, Esfahan and Yazd are the big-ticket items, but wandering through labyrinthine bazaars, shopping for carpets and just sitting, sipping tea and chatting with ordinary Iranians are just as memorable. According to what Lonely Planet propounds, Iran’s most obvious art form is architecture, and it is often regarded as the field in which Persia made its greatest contribution to world culture. Iranian architecture has influenced building throughout much of the Islamic world, especially in Central Asia,…

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Tehran-Yazd-Isfahan Tour

  • Duration: 14 Days
$7125 $7500

Per Person

Isfahan, Colourful history, Isfahan is located in west central Iran along both banks of the Zayandeh River. Its origins date back to the Achaemenid era (c. 550–330 b.c.e.), but it did not emerge as an important city until 1150, when Toghril Beg, founder of the Seljuk dynasty, chose it as his capital. The city's golden age coincided with its status as the capital of the Safavi dynasty (1598–1722). Shah Abbas I (r. 1587–1629) and several of his successors embellished the city with bridges, mosques, madrasehs,and palaces, many of which are extant and are considered among the finest examples of Islamic architecture. In 1722, an army of invading Afghans besieged Isfahan for several months before finally capturing and looting it and deposing the shah. These events ushered in more than two decades of steady economic and political decline interspersed with several brutal massacres of prominent citizens of the city. Isfahan at…

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Mazandaran-Tabriz, IRAN

  • Duration: 11 Days
$6500 $6500

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Capital of the Persian Tour

  • Duration: 12 Days
$6999 $6999

Per Person

Capitals of the Persian Tour explores five ancient capitals of Ecbatana, Susa, Persepolis, Pasargadae and Isfahan while uncovering some of the fascinating highlights of this country including six of the outstanding UNESCO Tangible World Heritage Sites of Iran: the 5th century BC rock relief at Bisotun; the world’s best preserved and architecturally unique ziggurat of the 13th century BC religious complex of TochoqaZanbil ; the 5th century BC palatial complex of Persepolis; the 6th century BC capital of Pasargadae from where Cyrus the Great ruled an empire that touched the boundaries of the known world; Naqsh-iJahan Square in Isfahan, representing the climax of Islamic architecture of the 17th- century Persia and Eram Garden, as the epitome of Persian Gardens.

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7 days Trip to Shiraz, Pars Province

  • Duration: 7 Days
$3999 $4200

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York- Wave Rocks, WA, Australia

  • Duration: 1 Days
$139

Per Person

York York is just beautiful with its beautiful Wave Rocks. The city of York is one of Western Australia’s most picturesque towns highlighting its charming architectural landscape. York has founded in 1831. It has located in the spectacular Avon valley and was the first inland European settlement in Western Australia. Leaving Perth, heading towards the iconic Perth hills and escarpment, we come to farming country. heading east, we enjoy morning tea at the historic town of York. Followed by travelling the wheatbelt highway through the agricultural town of Corrigin and Kondininto finally experience the outback farming country. We give a rare glimpse of Australian country life that isn’t experienced elsewhere. Afterwards, we have a brief stopover at the infamous dog cemetery; a shrine to man’s best friend and an integral part of a farming lifestyle. Also visiting hippo’s yawn – a natural rock formation you have to see to believe –…