Top 5 Most Romantic Iran Honeymoon Destinations
Suppose you want your dream honeymoon vacation to be full of ancient charm, centuries-old history and traditions, fairytale stories, and a dash of local culture. In that case, Iran is the place to go. Iran honeymoon destinations are jewels amidst the countless tourist destinations scattered all across the land.
Iran is known as one of the most welcoming countries for tourists. Thanks to its gorgeous architecture and excellent friendliness of the population, it’s becoming more well known as a tourist destination every day. The country conjures up images of ancient civilizations and wonderful times gone by. It is one of those Middle Eastern nations that should visit on everyone’s bucket list, with beautiful gardens and bustling bazaars.
Throw away everything you think you already know about Iran. Take an Iran romantic tour and visit the ancient structures, mosques, and Heritage Sites strewn around the country. We guarantee that you won’t forget a moment of your honeymoon tour with your sweetheart in Iran. Let’s have a look at the most beautiful Iran honeymoon destinations you can visit with your significant other.
Sadabad (Sa’dbd) is a palatial ensemble located near the foothills of Mount Tochal. The majesty of the Qajar and Pahlavi courts may be seen in the collection of multiple lavish palaces in one compound. There are many reasons why Saadabad palace is one of the top Iran holiday destinations, and we will go through them soon.
Kakh-e Sefid (White Palace), also known as Mellat palace, should be within walking distance if you enter through Zaferanieh gate. It is known as the White Palace because of its white front, which is one of the palace’s most outstanding stone works.
Mohammad Reza Shah and his queen, Farah, liked to spend their summers in this two-story structure, which is the most sumptuous of the ensemble. This magnificent palace also hosted ceremonial and formal events.
There are numerous art and valuable historical pieces around the palace. There are two waiting rooms on the first level; the smaller one is next to the Billiard Room and has Greek-style murals. The larger waiting area features a 19th century piano from the Nicholas II era and a giant silk tapestry from France.
In Mohammad Reza Shah’s office, you can find the oldest oil painting by Aniello Falcone, dated from the 17th century. Farah’s resting room is on the second floor, and it is adorned with Christian Dior artifacts. Their own living area on the same floor is embellished with Chinese silk embroidery. Onlookers can find a sculpture by Arthur Waagen and 19th-century French furniture in Mohammad Reza Pahlavi’s resting room.
Borujerdi House, like other historical Kashan residences, is an example of a wealthy Kashan family mansion from the 19th century. This home, which once belonged to the Borujerdi family, is a stunning example of Persian architecture.
Borujerdi House, along with Tabatabaei House, Ameri House, and Abbasi House, is one of Kashan’s most beautiful Iran honeymoon destinations.
The house is known for its distinctive wind towers, which are constructed of stone, brick, sun-baked bricks, and a clay, straw, and mortar mixture. Three 40-meter-tall wind towers to aid in lowering the house’s temperature to unusually low levels.
It features a lovely rectangular courtyard, lovely wall murals by the royal painter Kamal-ol-Molk, and three 40-meter-high wind towers that assist cool the home to extraordinarily cool temperatures. It has three entrances and all of the traditional signatures of Persian domestic architecture, such as biruni and daruni (andarun).
The main entry is an octagonal vestibule with multiple skylights. A five-door compartment with elaborate plasterwork is located near the entryway. Walking down a tiny corridor leads to a large rectangular courtyard with a pool and trees and flowerbeds on both sides.
The home was constructed over the course of eighteen years by 150 artisans. So, no wonder the house looks so beautiful in every detail.
This desert, which is one of the best spots for off-roading, is located in the north of Aran, near Bidgol, in the province of Isfahan. Wolf, hyena, Rüppell’s fox, Sand cat, Monitor lizard, Chameleons, species of lizard, Snake, Scorpion, See-see partridge, eagle, and falcon are some of the wildlife species you will encounter in Iran deserts.
The desert’s most beautiful attractions include high dunes, unending desert plains, siah kouh (black mountain), stunning sunrise and sunset, haloxylon jungles, salt lakes, and an incredibly pretty sky. It’s as if you can reach the stars and touch the heavens. So, you can see why the Maranjab desert would make for a lovely Iran honeymoon destination.
The Maranjab’s Shah Abbasi Caravanserai is one of the magnificent desert’s sights. On the direction of Shah Abbas Safavid, this edifice was built along the Silk Road in 1012 AH so that passengers, most of whom went across deserts, may spend nights in this roadside inn.
Maranjab’s natural features are also as important as its historical ones. Salt Lake is one of them. This lake is also known as Masileh and Aran va Bidgol Salt Lake. This lake receives water from the Rud Shur and other rivers. It is covered in salt and is usually dry for most of the year.
After it rains and the water evaporates, you can find geometric formations of salt crystals on the ground’s surface. Maranjab desert and its salt lake are so lovely they’re not just Iran honeymoon destinations, but also great places for photography.
Hormuz Island, like Qeshm Island, is located in the Hormozgan Province of Iran. Hormuz Island is approximately 20 kilometers from Qeshm Island and possibly a little more from Bandar Abbas. Hormuz Island is a popular tourist destination in Iran because of its stunning scenery.
It’s one of the most colorful and magical islands in the world, not just the Middle East, and one of Iran’s most preserved islands. Hormuz Island is easily accessible by ferry from Bandar Abbas and Qeshm Islands. You can also rent bicycles and ride around Hormuz’s 24km circuit.
When you arrive at the harbor, do not exit by the main gate; there are two dome-shaped buildings to the right of the main entrance. The first sells coffee, light fare, and milkshakes, while the second rents bicycles.
On this tiny island, the amazing spectrum of hues in nature will delight you. You’ll witness many tints and colors of red, yellow, ochre, orange, green, white, brown, beige, gold, grey, and turquoise as you go about. This is why the island is also known as Iran’s Rainbow Island.
There’s a mesmerizing crimson-colored beach on the island too! Some sources refer to Red Beach as “Blood Beach” and the ocean there as “Bloody Sea.” Once you lay eyes on the images of Red Beach, you’d probably ask yourself: why is the ocean there so red? It’s simply due to the high quantity of iron oxide in the red soil. When the sand color in the ocean is indeed red, the sea waves turn pink.
This is one of the world’s most unusual beaches and one of the must-visit Iran honeymoon destinations. Of course, Hormuz has a lot to say when it comes to colors and seaside attractions. The silver beach, famous for its glittery sand and beautiful coral formations, is another one of them. Read our Qesh travel guide to find more interesting places you can visit in Hormuz, Qeshm!
The complex is 27 hectares and has more than 5.5 kilometers of covered bazaars. Three distinct protection zones (a nominated area, a buffer zone, and a landscape zone) have been formed, each subject to unique restrictions integrated into the planning instruments.
The Tabriz Bazaar is a one-of-a-kind urban conservation and development project in which heritage serves as a catalyst for revitalizing Tabriz’s tangible and intangible memories. It is on our list of Iran honeymoon destinations since couples can enjoy the aged walls of this local bazaar and buy unique Persian souvenirs from different sections.
The bazaar’s numerous occupations are one of its distinguishing qualities. On one side of the bazaar, you’ll be surprised by the incredible gold, while on the other, you’ll find a variety of handicrafts. Tabriz leather is another well-known Tabriz handcraft, with a variety of styles and brands available in the bazaar.
Tabriz carpet is also a popular handicraft in Tabriz. Original hand-woven carpets may be seen in Mozafarieh Timcheh. The unique characteristic of this bazaar is that, in addition to the things available for purchase, it has kept its historical, social, and architectural aspects.
Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex is Iran’s largest and most comprehensive bazaar, and also a well-known UNESCO site. It is still Tabriz’s most important trading center. The beautiful thing about the bazaar is that you can still find antiques in each store. You can take home a token to remember from this Iran honeymoon destination.