Early Adopter: Be One of the Few to Explore Iran by Private Train
Home to one of the world’s oldest civilizations, Iran has been inspiring travelers everywhere with its elaborately decorated architecture, fascinating archaeological sites, and gracious, hospitable people. It’s a favorite destination of MIR clients and staff – and one of the best ways to admire this remarkable country is by private train, rolling from one magnificent place to another in comfort and class.
You can join them in the ranks of “early adopters” by being one of the first in your circle to explore this fabled country on a rail journey by private train. Since 2014, we’ve added several new opportunities:
Jewels of Persia & The Silk Route by Private Train (Eastbound /Westbound)Between Moscow and Tehran via Central Asia Aboard the Luxury Golden Eagle Express
An 18-day five-country rail adventure through Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Iran.
Iran & the ‘Stans by Private Train (Eastbound / Westbound)Between Tehran and Tashkent Aboard the Luxury Golden Eagle Express
A 15-day three-country rail adventure through Iran, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
Persian Explorer by Private TrainAround Iran Aboard the Orient Silk Road Express
A 12-day rail adventure through Iran.
Heart of Persia by Private TrainAround and About Iran Aboard the Golden Eagle
A 14-day rail adventure through Iran.
Travel to Iran with MIR
MIR has more than 15 years of travel experience hand-crafting tours to Iran. Our full service, dedication, commitment to quality, and destination expertise have twice earned us a place on National Geographic Adventure’s list of “Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth.”
Chat with a MIR destination specialist about travel to Iran by phone (800-424-7289) or email today. Our team has an insider’s knowledge of what to do and see in Iran, and we would love to help you craft a tour that satisfies your curiosity about this ancient and modern country.
Top photo: The Friday Mosque in Yazd, Iran, beautifully lit up at night. Photo credit: Tim Littler
PUBLISHED: February 12, 2016