Many dedicated travelers want to visit Iran. The Peace Corps Iran Association does not endorse any particular organization, but if you hope to travel in the next couple of years, this may help you start your search:


Caravan Serai Tours

Tours travel to Tehran, Kerman, Yazd, Shiraz, Isfahan, Caspian Sea.



Its eighteen-day “Treasures of Persia” tour visits Mashhad, Kashan, Isfahan, Shiraz, Kerman, Yazd, and Tehran.


GeoEx  (Geographic Expeditions)


Tours, which can be customized, travel to Tehran, Hamadan, Tabriz, Shiraz, Yazd, and Isfahan.


Global Exchange


These tours emphasize people-to-people exchanges. Itineraries may include Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz, and Yazd, and other places.


Iran Luxury Travel

Iran Luxury Travel focuses on small, customized tours. They offer private tours for as few as two people (one couple!). Since there’s no large tour group to set the itinerary, you can choose when you want to leave, how long you want to stay and what you want to see.


Rojanoo Travel

Rojanoo Travel offers a variety of package tours from 8 to 18 with various itineraries.  In addition, it offers special interest tours such as bird watching and handcrafts.


Serious Traveler


With a “Passage through Persian Culture and History” theme, tours vary, but all include Tehran, Isfahan, and Shiraz.


Travel the Unknown

Its “Glories of Persia” fourteen-day archaeology tour visits Tehran, Hamadan, Tagh e Bostan, Susa, Bishapour, among other places.  There is a special offer for PCIA members.  To download the travel  brochure, click here.