Travel to Iran: A New Beginning

DAVID COGSWELL | JULY 29, 2015 12:30 PM ET

Now that the U.S. government has completed a nuclear treaty with Iran, many Americans are evolving their attitudes towards Iran. There is still plenty of thawing of icy relations needed and a September yay-or-nay vote by Congress looms with much political rhetoric to overcome.

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June Iran Tour Recap

Bookda-2On June 4th, 2015 a group of us headed from the U.S.A to Iran to start an 11 day tour of Iran. We started our journey in the capital city of Tehran. From there, we explored many historic sites of Iran: Shiraz, with the tombs of Iran’s most beloved poets; Persepolis, with its splendid monuments; Yazd, the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world ...

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Iran Impressions from a past tour participant

Recently we had someone call the office who was interested in joining one of our Iran tours, and asked if they could contact a past tour participant to get their feedback about the tour. The client we referred him to was nice enough to share with us what she sent to the prospective traveler, and here it is. If you know someone who is a bit hesitant about traveling to any of our destinations, we are always happy to put ...

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Iran Tours – An Amazing Experience

We have three group tours scheduled for 2015, so here is your opportunity to see what all the buzz is about. Travel writers, magazines, and more have finally recognized what a great destination Iran is. Americans are welcome, very welcome to come visit and experience Persian hospitality, culture, and history first hand. The downside to all this attention is that more and more visitors are flocking to Iran and the infrastructure is struggling to keep up. New hotels are being ...

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Join us in Iran this September!

We still have space available on our group tour to Iran in September. If you are thinking of visiting Iran, this is a great time to go, and Iran will become one of your most favorite destinations. All of our clients who have visited Iran have returned home telling us how much they enjoyed seeing the country and meeting the people. Without fail, they comment on how friendly and welcoming the Iranian people are. And the sights you will visit ...

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Iran Tour Report

Below is a hastily typed report from Maha, who is leading the group tour in Iran. We will have more soon!

 

My trip to Iran

Wednesday 14th

We left the house Robin and me at 3pm headed to Seatac airport, checked in and went thru customs, everything went smoothly.

After 14hrs on Emirates airlines, a great airline, we arrive Dubai, had 6 hrs layover. We had to change our clothes and wear what we packed in our carry on for Iran, long skirt to ...

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The dreaded “Travel Warning”

How realistic are State Department Travel Warnings? Do they create fear?  Are they exaggerated?

On September 11th, 2012, the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya was attacked and there was the tragic loss of life of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other State Department employees. On September 14th, 2012, the U.S. Embassy in Tunis and the American Cooperative School across the street were attacked, doing extensive damage to both facilities. The Tunis attack was by demonstrators who claimed they were protesting the ...

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