Drive from Yazd to Fahraj visit the 1st Jame mosque in Iran which has been made by unbaked bricks (just dried in the sun) then you will visit the round Carvansarai in Zeinodin, the only rounded building made in the safavid dynasty and has no habitant around it, then you will go to Meymand is a very ancient village which is located near Shahr-e Babak city in Kerman Province, Iran. Meymand is believed to be a primary human residence in the Iranian Plateau, dating back to 12,000 years ago. Many of the residents live in the 350 hand-dug houses amid the rocks, some of which have been inhabited for as long as 3,000 years. Stone engravings nearly 10,000 years old are found around the village, and deposits of pottery nearly 6,000 years old attest to the long history of settlement at the village site O/N Meymand. (hand-dug houses)
The tomb of Shah Nur-eddin Nematollah Vali, poet, sage, Sufi and founder of an order of darvishes, and one of Shah Nematallah’s most devoted disciples. The garden is 5.5 hectares with a rectangular shape and a wall around it. It consists of an entrance structure and gate at the lower end and a two-floor residential structure at the upper end. The distance between these two is ornamented with water fountains that are engined by the natural incline of the land. The garden is a fine example of Persian gardens that take advantage of suitable natural climate, after visits continue to Shahdad Desert, observe the beautiful sun set. O/N Kalout
Morning after breakfast drive to Rayen Castle an adobe castle 100 Kilometers south of Kerman province, Iran. It is situated on the skirts of the mountain Hezar. The medieval mudbrick city of Rayen is similar to Arg-e Bam which was destroyed in an earthquake in December 2003. Rayen displays all the architectural elements of a deserted citadel. It is extremely well preserved, despite numerous natural disasters that have destroyed similar structures nearby, and it is one of the most interesting sites in Iran. The ancient citadel of Arg-é Bam has a history dating back around 2,000 years ago, to the Parthian Empire (248 BC–224 AD), but most buildings were built during the Safavid dynasty. The city was largely abandoned due to an Afghan invasion in 1722. Subsequently, after the city had gradually been re-settled, it was abandoned a second time due to an attack by invaders from Shiraz. It was also used for a time as an army barracks. return to Kerman to your desired hotel, End of the Tour.
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Transportation (Three Days) Optional
Refreshments (Three Days)
Lunch (Three Days) Tour Guide
Breakfast (Two Days)
Dinner (Two Nights)
Accommodation (Two Nights) Camping or Traditional Guesthouse.