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Why we should visit Kerman

Why we should visit Kerman
Everyone who studies Kerman history correctly is just like someone who has studied all of the world's history, in fact, Kerman is the treasury of history, which has many historical monuments from different periods of times that each of them to recount the most interesting and exciting story. The Largest province of Iran (Kerman) has been the acceptor of many visible and audible, honorable and sufferable, happiness and sadness events over the times.

Discover Kerman in one-day like a local

Discover Kerman in one-day like a local
In this one-day city tour program, the beauties of Kerman will be exhibited. We start our daily tour with surfing at the Ganjali Khan Sq and around that is the main aq in Kerman. A square with different artistic elements that recorded it as one of the most famous historical squares in Iran. The elements that lead you to the heart of Iran's history and culture. A city in the vicinity of the hot and burning desert of Lut with stunning beauties. The beauties that will enchant every spectator.

2 Days Lout Desert Tour Program

2 Days Lout Desert Tour Program
Certainly, Kerman's deserts have so many attractions and beauties that you can't visit all in one day. So, extend this dreamy and tempting journey to enjoy all beauties of the desert and get enchanted by it. A dreamy stay in a desert camp with full facilities will give you a unique experience. In this 2-days program, you will not only visit Lout Desert and its unique beauties but also a number of historical monuments on the way from Kerman to Shahdad and Lut Desert.

One Day Lout Desert Tour Program

One Day Lout Desert Tour Program
The name of Kerman is always associated with Iran's deserts.  Where its beauty dazzles the eyes of visitors. Certainly, the most attractive part of the trip to Kerman is the Lout desert and its beauties. A desert that has attracted many explorers and tourists and amazed them with its beauty. A journey with hard and harsh desert charms that attract you and you can not miss it.

Kerman the city of souvenir and yummy things

Kerman the city of souvenir and yummy things
A trip to the city of designs and colors
The designs and decorations have created with the love and passion of people. They dazzle the eyes of every viewer. These designs adorn Kerman handicrafts and select by every traveler as a souvenir. Kerman, as one of the historical and industrial cities of Iran, has a special and unique position in the production of various handicrafts.

Getting Kerman

Getting Kerman
Kerman  the mysterious and beautiful city
Kerman province and especially the city of Kerman is one of the most beautiful cities in Iran. Its ancient history is a complicated mix of different tribes like Persian, Baluch, and Zoroastrian religions, Also, the unique ruins that remained from thousands of years ago. The city has always attracted its lovers with its special historical and cultural attractions like a magnet and has shown them the most beautiful features.
Do not miss this opportunity.

These reasons encourage you to travel to Kerman

These reasons encourage you to travel to Kerman
It is much talked about and written about the diversity of Iran, not only its history but also in natural and historical terms. “Iran is a vast country,” they say to their friends, “where you can see legendry desert-scape, lush forests, charming beaches, and tall glorious mountains.” To recognize this, we recommend traveling to a unique area. Kerman province is the representative of Iran to shows off the beauty of Iran.

Brief History of Kerman

Brief History of Kerman
In the early Achaemenid period, the name of Kerman is first found in a trilingual inscription of Darius I (r. 522-486 BCE). The name does not occur again in Iranian sources until the third-century CE Sasanian monumental inscriptions. The Arab geographers knew the name either in its current form Kermān, which apparently was popularly adopted or in the form Karmān, which was considered preferable and the only one used by the cultivated. Other geographers accepted both forms.