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Travel to Iran and Explore the Persian Empire
Iran is a destination veiled in mystery among American travellers. Situated on the Persian Gulf, the country offers a near-endless array of cultural wonders, archaeological relics and priceless art dating back to the Persian Empire. Whether you explore the breathtaking marble ruins of Persepolis, zigzag through bustling bazaars or stand in awe as light filters through the vibrant stained glass of Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque, a journey like no other awaits.
A&K offers guests a rare, immersive experience — one that reveals everything from Iran’s rich history and singular art to grand architecture, with unique, on-the-ground boutique connections shared from an insider’s perspective, all with the goal of fostering relations between U.S. travellers and the hospitable Iranian people. That’s true whether you’re witnessing glimmering jewels in the cavernous vault of the Central Bank — once worn by Qajar monarchs themselves — or strolling through manicured Eram Garden in Shiraz.
Join us for an adventure of a lifetime in Iran, a fascinating country all but untouched by the outside world.
A&K’s Recommended Journeys to Iran:
Connections Boutique Group Journeys
Limited to 24 guests
Days: 12 | From: $5,695
Be one of the privileged few to experience cultured, extraordinary Iran, discovering antiquities from its Persian past as well as modern-day charms; visiting seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites that include iconic Persepolis, Pasargadae and expansive Meidan Emam in Isfahan; and exploring its enriching blend of archaeology, art, culture and hospitable people.
Private Jet Journeys
Limited to 50 guests
Days: 26 | From: $135,000
As one of just 50 guests on a globe-spanning itinerary inspired by The New York Times and brought to life in collaboration with Abercrombie & Kent, discover the true stories behind today's most compelling headlines, experiencing destinations that range from Cuba and Colombia to Iceland and Iran, accompanied by some of The Times's most noteworthy journalists and contributors, who share their firsthand perspectives on the people and places that shape our world.