• City Tour
  • Full Day
  • €65
  • Starting in Kerman
Ganjalikhan Complex, Kerman
Moayedi Ice House, Kerman
Ganjalikhan Complex, Kerman
Kerman City Tour 1
Jameh Mosque, Kerman
Ganjalikhan Complex, Kerman
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TOUR SUMMARY & PRICING

  • Tour Name : Kerman City Tour 1 [Full-Day]
  • Starts in : Kerman : Old Bazaar (09:00)
  • Ends in : Kerman : Moayedi Ice House (17:00)
  • Departures : Everyday 09:00
  • free pick-up from central Kerman locations
WITH THIS TOUR YOU VISIT :
  • The highlights of central Kerman
PRICE (EUR)

EUR65.00 / person

TERMS
  • To confirm the booking, you need to complete and submit the booking form.
  • A booking confirmation will be sent to you by email with detailed terms of service.
  • The booking will be confirmed with the payment.
  • Should the departure time is not within the next 14 days, we can keep the booking without a payment for 48 hours.
  • You can see general terms of service here.

BOOKING FORM

  • Comfortable A/C Vehicle for all transports
  • All mentioned  sightseeing with English speaking guides
  • Personal insurance
  • Meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Entrance fees
ITINERARY

Your will be picked up at 08:30 (central Kerman locations).
Our Kerman sightseeing tour starts with Hayati Museum, a live anthropological museum where you can see Kermani  artisans and crafts. Next is Ganjalikhan complex, around a square with the same name and consisting of urban elements including a bazaar, a mosque, a bathhouse, a caravanserai, a madrassa (theological school), a water cistern and a coin mint, all built by Ganjali Khan, the governor of Kerman from 1595 to 1621 in the reign of the Safavid Shah Abbas I. We then proceed to the minaret-less Jameh Mosque of Kerman, which dates back to the 14th century. We also visit Moshtaghieh domes, the mausoleum of Mostagh Ali Shah, Qajarid era sufi leader and musician who was executed because he recited Quran while playing music.  The tour ends at Moayedi Ice-house which is believed to be the largest adobe ice-house in the world, built in late Safavid era with the function of storing winter ice for use in the summer. 
We expect the tour to end by 17:00.

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