During the last years, more travelers have ventured to visit Iran in order to depict the honest and friendly face of Iranians and grant the world a new perspective. Here is the story of Iran said by travelers who ventured to explore this unknown path.
Traveling During the Pandemic
Covid-19 has affected travel in Iran just like it has all around the world. However, vaccination programs have improved the situation since the turn of the year, and more countries have continued to reopen or adjust their travel restrictions.
Traveling to Iran in 2021
Before traveling to Iran, It would be better to follow travel restrictions and safety measures by the World Health Organization and Iran Ministry of Health. Right now, Iran does not issue a tourist visa for travelers. You can apply for a visa and travel to Iran only if you’re traveling for business purposes or as a medical tourist. Moreover, note that you will have to take the Covid-19 test within the 96 hours before your trip to Iran, and you will have permission to enter Iran only if you test negative for the Covid-19 test.
Booking Tours during the Pandemic
With our cancellation policy during the pandemic, you can consider booking a tour in Iran. Due to the uncertainties about the future and the pandemic, we have reconsidered our cancellation policies for your peace of mind. We will fully refund your deposit during the pandemic if you cancel more than 30 days before your arrival. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us and get the latest news and updates on Covid-19 in Iran.