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Varzaneh Tour

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Faragasht Travel Agency

  • Locations

    Isfahan, Isfahan Province, Iran

  • Activities

    Adventure, Desert Tour

  • Price
    $90 USD per trip
  • Duration

    1 day

  • Avg Distance

    100 km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily at 7:00 a.m.

  • Starting Location


  • Price Includes

    Meals: 1 lunch (included) Transport: Chartered privet car (included) Tourist Guide: (included) Insurance: (included) Entrance fees: (excluded)


  • Visit the Varzaneh Bridge, Black Mountain and Ghoortan Castle.
  • See the incredible function of the Dovecote, also known as pigeon houses.
  • Learn about the different dressings of local women.

Trip Info

You will learn about how Varzaneh was the last civilization on the Zayanderud River since 5000 years ago. The Zayanderud River ends at Gavkhouni Pond, which is 30 km east of Varzaneh. It is famous regionally and all over the world for its spectacular desert, which is ranked as one of the most accessible deserts of Iran, in particular for tourists coming to Isfahan.

Many travellers like their desert close to civilization so they have local food in a historical house. See the very silent sand dunes are 5-62 metres high. The average height of sand dunes is between deserts of Iran. So, it makes the landscape spectacular and a great place for meditation.

You will notice what is unique to Varzaneh are the local women’s costumes. They wear completely white chadors, while women in the rest of Iran mostly wear black chadors.

Your adventure awaits!

Faragasht Travel Agency

We provide travel and tourism services to the national and international tourism on behalf of suppliers such as airlines, hotels, visas, railways, car rental and tour packages.

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