Transport: Depends on Numbers (Private car, Van, Bus)
Note: For more than 9 persons, please send an inquiry.
Departure point: Tour departs from all hotels in Kerman
Departure time: 09.00 AM
Hotel pickups commence approximately 10 minutes prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation.
Duration: 8 Hours (approx.)
Return details: Returns to original departure point
What You Can Expect
Ganj-Ali Khan Complex is a collection of art, architecture and using different materials with a suitable space which attracts people to itself. The architect of bath and in general Ganjali khan complex is a Yazdian architect named Ostad Mohammad Soltani who indeed knew the political, economic and cultural conditions of its time. Ganjali Khan bath is a wonderful work, that with its beautiful tile-works, paintings plaster-works pats the eyes of every visitor. Baths are included among the inseparable part of city%u2019s building and are the main and important parts of Islamic cities and villages. The entrance to the Ganjali bathhouse is located along a section of Ganjali Khan Bazaar.
The Coin Museum is located to the north of the Ganj Ali Khan square of Kerman. The ceilings and porches of this structure are adorned with beautiful plaster works. In the past, the premise was mint and a government treasury.
Although this garden isn't registered as a part of the Persian Gardens on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it's still definitely worth visiting. If you're really looking to wow, head over to the dignified garden at dusk and soak-in the exquisite red, orange and yellow hues projected onto the mansion's facade. Not to mention the reflection of it all in the central garden pool.
Herandi Garden, Hidden behind high walls is the 1911 former governor's mansion, later bought by a progressive businessman who brought electricity to Kerman. (Reza Shah stayed here for three nights en route to British-imposed exile.) The complex houses two small but well-explained museums: one displaying archaeological finds from sites near Jiroft and Shahdad, the other an impressive array of musical instruments.
Zoroastrians Museum located in Kerman city and is one the impotent museums of the anthropology of Zoroastrian. The museum is also a considerable tourist attraction in the city of Kerman.
Guides in the following languages (Arabic, Turkey, French, German) are only available upon request and availability.
There is a chance to change the itinerary as you desire, please do not hesitate to contact us.