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1. How much will it cost to travel to Iran?
Prices for our travel packages from Europe typically start at 3500 EUR per person for 2 weeks including all accommodation, flights (domestic and international), transfers, tours, some meals and Visa issuance for entry into Iran.

Pricing is dependent on the “class” of accommodation (3-5 Star) and the “number” of travelers in your group, the more people to share costs the less it will cost per person. Pricing is also significantly affected by the “Dates” you chose to travel ranging from Basic Season (cheap) to Peak (expensive).
2. How long does it take to get to Iran?
An average non-stop flight from the Europe to Iran takes 4 to 7 hours approximately.


On the way back, the flight time is less due to the prevailing Easterly winds. Flight times may vary depending on routing.
3. What is the Date Format?
Common date format in Iran is: DD/MM/YY (not MM/DD/YY).

EXAMPLE: May 3rd, 2017

US Date – 05/03/17

Iran Date – 03/05/17
4. Are self-drive packages available for Iran?
Yes, self-drive travel packages that include rental vehicles are available and can be tailored to suit your needs.

All drivers, including visitors from other countries, must carry their license or permit at all times when driving. You must have either a current driver’s license from your home country or an International Driving Permit (IDP). You will only be able to drive the same types of vehicles you are licensed to drive in your home country. Make sure your driver’s license is current and in English. If your license is not in English, you must bring an English translation with you or obtain an IDP. Contact your local automobile club for further details about obtaining a translation or an IDP.

Please remember that in Iran we drive on the right-hand side of the road. Drivers give way (or yield) to all traffic crossing or approaching from the right. Signposting follows standard international symbols and all distances are in kilometers (km). Both drivers & passengers must wear a safety belt in both the front and back seats.

Here are some general tips and hints to help you drive safely:

Always drive on the left-hand side of the road and give way to your right
All road distances are measured in kilometres
When turning left, give way (yield) to traffic crossing or approaching from your right
When the traffic light is red, you must stop. There is no left turn rule as in North America.
The amber traffic light means stop unless you are so close to the intersection you can’t stop safely.
Random police stops for breath testing can occur at anytime
Cameras are also common place along highways and stoplight intersections. Fines are sent by post for speed or stopping violations.
5. What is twinshare accommodation?
Twin Share means “Double Occupancy.” This term refers to two people traveling together who occupy the same room.
6. What do I dial in an Emergency?
In case of an Emergency whilst in Iran Dial “115″, "110″ for Police, or “125″ for Fire.
7. What are the Flight Baggage Restrictions?
Qantas Airlines restrict checked baggage to 2 pieces (50 pounds per piece) per person plus 1 carry-on bag (15 pounds). This allowance is applicable to all your Qantas flights in your booking (including both International and Domestic sectors). However some flights in Australia (e.g. to Heron Island) are restricted to 1 piece per person plus a carry-on. Please check with the Airlines for baggage restrictions associated with your flights before you depart the USA. Penalties may be issued by the Airlines as a result of excess baggage. Excess baggage penalties are your responsibility. If you wish to travel with more than the checked baggage allowance you can pre-purchase an Additional Baggage Allowance before you go, at lower rates than Airport Excess Baggage charges.
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