Please enjoy this video montage of our recent trips
Iran group tours
No trip to Iran is ever long enough but if you have time or budget restrictions then this tour allows ...Tour details
This itinerary builds on the main highlights of Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz and Persepolis, whilst offering the opportunity to appreciate the ...Tour details
Iran tailor made tours
If you have more than a passing interest in the art of Persian tapestry then this tour is for you ...Tour details
This tour is designed for Zoroastrians and those with a specific interest in the Zoroastrian faith. As well as visiting ...Tour details
This seven day trip provides the unique opportunity to visit an area largely untouched by twenty first century, riding through ...Tour details
Spring is a spectacular time to visit Iran and this tour, run in May each year, is ideal for those ...Tour details
This 20 day itinerary provides the opportunity to take in the highlights of Iran but minimize unnecessarily long rides. You ...Tour details
Either as a one-off trip or as an add on to an existing itinerary Iran isn’t the first place that comes ...Tour details
This tour highlights the religious sites of the faiths that have co-existed over the centuries in Persia. Firstly there was ...Tour details
This tour visits the main highlights of Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz, Persepolis, Yazd and Kashan but also allows you a chance ...Tour details
This tour covers the main highlights of Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz and Persepolis, then moving on to north-eastern Iran to see ...Tour details
This was a very compact trip; a week in total. During the time we took in a real flavour of ...Read More
The tour was excellently varied with a wide spectrum of experiences. Highlights include Persepolis, Isfahan and Shiraz ...Read More
Iran's amazing, and its amazingness is so varied. We sort of knew there would be lots of history because of ...Read More
As a native Iranian who has lived much of my life in the UK, I feel passionately that there is
Loretta joined the MCT team in early 2016. Loretta is fluent in Arabic and Persian after graduating from the University
Camilla Smith is our eagle eyed, friendly, efficient and thoughtful powerhouse in the office, ready to answer all travel queries
Iran travel FAQ and advice
The Iranian people are naturally kind, hospitable and generous. Despite any preconceptions built up by the Western media, Iran is a very safe country to visit.
Tourism is a well-accepted and welcome industry in Iran and, provided you stick to the local customs and show respect when visiting holy places, you will never be made to feel unwelcome.
Although more and more travelers are visiting Iran each year, foreigners are still a novelty: you’ll find that the Iranians are surprisingly interested in you. No cause for alarm – it’s only because they genuinely want to talk to you, or practice their English on you.
As long as you have an open mind and a willingness to be flexible, we are sure you will have a wonderful time!
Go to Iran travel FAQ
Visa on arrival, is still not possible for UK passport holders, even if they already have the visa permit. The visa needs to be stamped in their passport before they arrive at the Iranian border.
European Union passport holders can get up to 30 days visa on arrival. Other nationalities such as New Zealand & Australian passport holders also qualify. For other nationals, please check directly with Iranian Consulate.
You will need to present two standard passport photos (Ladies with a headscarf), worldwide travel insurance policy document and the visa stamp fees in cash, which will vary according to nationality, for example around £80 for a EU passport.
Iran visa information
Online application form
Iran visa FAQ