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Discover Dizin & Tehran: 5-Day Iran Ski Adventure

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5 Days / 4 Nights
Availability : January - March (various dates)
Tehran International Airport
Tehran International Airport
Min Age : 16+
Max People : 16

Discover Dizin & Tehran: 5-Day Iran Ski Adventure

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  • 5 Days - 4 Nights
  • 6-16 people group
  • Comfort level: 3-4 stars
  • For all skill levels
  • Start/finish: Tehran, Iran
  • Min Age : 16+

Embark on a captivating journey through Iran’s hidden alpine wonders and the bustling heart of Tehran with our intimate group tour (6-16 people), led by an expert local Iranian guide (English speaking).

Your adventure springs to life at Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport. You’ll be swept up in the city’s embrace with a traditional welcome dinner, where delectable Iranian dishes await, setting the stage for the camaraderie and discovery that lie ahead.

Ascend to Dizin, cradled in the Alborz mountains’ lofty embrace. Renowned for its extended ski season and slopes for all abilities, Dizin delivers an exhilarating ski experience. The crisp mountain air and the thrill of gliding down the slopes promise an adventure as majestic as the surrounding peaks.

But the journey doesn’t end with the slopes. Tehran’s vibrant soul beckons, offering a stark contrast with its energetic markets, historic treasures, and modern art spaces. Our guided tours are tailored to showcase the city’s multifaceted character, from the aromatic bazaars to the gleaming contemporary edifices.

As the trip winds down, you’ll find that it has been an odyssey into the vibrant heart of Iran, where the tranquility of snow-covered mountains meets the dynamic pulse of city life. This tour is more than just a holiday; it’s a deep dive into a nation’s heritage, a blend of exhilarating activity and cultural enlightenment, all wrapped in the warmth of Iranian hospitality.

Group info

Join a group of up to 16 travelers for this adventure. The tour starts with a minimum of 6 participants. The tour will be accompanied by an Iranian tour guide.

Accomodation

Pickup Point

Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport (Google Map)
or Tehran city

Price Includes

  • All transfers
  • All accommodations including breakfast and dinner
  • Ski-passes to the resorts
  • Airport pickup and dropoff
  • E-visa authorisation
  • Tehran City tour including entrance fees
  • English speaking local tourguide
  • Local simcard or Wifi hotspot

Price Excludes

  • Ski gear and clothes (rental optional)
  • Ski or Snowboard Lessons (optional)
  • Single room supplement (€ 100,-)
  • Visa Fee (€ 75,- pay on arrival at customs)
  • Lunch
  • Airplane tickets
  • Drinks (Alcohol not available)
Itinerary

Day 1Arrival at Teheran Imam Khomeini International Airport

Upon your arrival at the airport, your driver will be waiting to warmly welcome you and provide a comfortable transfer to the Razzazz Hotel in Tehran. We will facilitate the provision of a SIM card and offer you an option to exchange currency, as it’s important to note that international credit and bank cards are not widely accepted in Iran. If you arrive early, you’ll have the perfect opportunity to either relax or start exploring the vibrant energy of Tehran at your own pace or with our guide. In the evening, a traditional Iranian dinner awaits you and the group, offering a taste of the country’s rich culinary heritage.

Day 2, 3 and 4Ski in Dizin

After a hearty Iranian breakfast, it’s time to ski. We’ll take you to Dizin ski resort early in the morning. If you have your own ski equipment, you can directly access the slopes with your pass. Otherwise, equipment rental is available at the resort, though the quality might differ from what you’re used to in the Alps.

At the end of your ski day, return to your nearby hotel room to relax. Once refreshed, dinner will be served.

The next morning, after breakfast, you can enjoy another day at Dizin ski resort. After three days of skiing, we’ll transport you back to Tehran for dinner and a good night of sleep. Our skiing journey continues, so stay tuned!

Day 5Tehran city tour

You won’t need your skis today. In the morning, you’ll be guided through Tehran, exploring the bustling bazaar and the city’s top highlights. After the city tour, we’ll ensure you’re promptly transported to the airport, ready for your flight home or to your next destination.

Dizin Ski resort
  • 18 km of slope
  • 9 Lifts
  • 3 cafes/restaurants
  • Easy: 5 km, Moderate: 9 km, Advanced: 4 km
  • 2530 - 3506 meter
  • 8.30 - 16.30

Dizin Ski Resort is the largest ski resort in Iran, located in the Alborz mountain range, just north of Tehran. With a base elevation of 2650 meters and a top elevation of 3600 meters, it offers a variety of skiing terrain for skiers of all levels. The resort has 23 ski runs, including 4 green runs, 10 blue runs, 7 red runs, and 2 black runs. It also has several chairlifts, T-bars, and gondolas that provide easy access to the slopes. The resort offers ski and snowboard lessons, equipment rentals, and various restaurants and cafes. Dizin Ski Resort is a popular destination for both domestic and international tourists.

Comfortable Accomodations
Razzaz Boutique Hotel
  • Traditional Boutique Hotel
  • Inluding breakfast
  • WiFi
  • Mountain shuttles included
  • (Heated) Ski Lockers
  • Spa, Hamam, Swimmingpool

Discover Pahlavan Razzaz Boutique Hotel, a 200-year-old gem in Tehran’s Baharestan Square, boasting stunning Qajar-era architecture. With 10 rooms across three floors, a central courtyard, and a terrace, it accommodates up to 40 guests. Despite lacking TVs and minibars, all rooms have air conditioning, private bathrooms, and access to a communal refrigerator. Renovated in 2018, this hotel provides a unique blend of historical charm and modern amenities. Its central location ensures easy access to attractions like Shams al-Amara Mansion, Golestan Palace, and Masoudieh Mansion, making it an ideal choice for travelers seeking a culturally rich experience.

Dizin Hotel
  • Ski resort hotel
  • Including breakfast and dinner
  • WiFi
  • At the skilift
  • Ski Lockers
  • Hangout with billiard and more

Located in the heart of the Dizin ski resort, Dizin Hotel is a popular choice for winter sports enthusiasts. Managed by the Iran Tourism and Touring Organization, it boasts two buildings with a total of 80 rooms, offering a range of accommodations from twin to ten-bedded rooms, as well as three-person suites. The hotel features a restaurant with a 150-person capacity and a coffee shop. All rooms are equipped with TVs and telephones, and additional services like taxi service, internet access, and (ski)locker facilities are available to enhance your stay. Located 75 km from Karaj on the Chaloos road, Dizin Hotel combines convenience with comfort for an unforgettable ski resort experience.

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Gear (2)

Category: Gear

When going on a winter sports trip, it’s important to bring appropriate gear to ensure your safety and comfort. Here are some essential items to consider packing:

  1. Ski or snowboard equipment
  2. Warm clothing
  3. Goggles and sunglasses
  4. Hat and neck warmer
  5. Sunscreen and lip balm
  6. Backpack
  7. Hand and foot warmers
  8. First aid kit
  9. Phone and charger

Remember, always check the weather forecast and trail conditions before heading out, and follow all safety guidelines and rules of the resort or mountain.

Category: Gear

When it comes to ski and snowboard rentals, there is a noticeable variation in quality. However, none of the options can compare to the high standards found in modern European ski resorts. While the equipment may be slightly older, it is generally well-maintained.

It is important to carefully consider the ski materials offered by rental shops, and don’t be afraid to request alternative options. It is always better to speak up and ensure that you are comfortable with the gear you will be using.

If you happen to own your own equipment, it is highly recommended that you bring it with you. This will guarantee that you are using gear that you are familiar with and have tested before.

Iran (4)

Category: Iran

Yes, Iran is generally safe to visit. Travelers often report positive experiences, noting the country’s low crime rate, welcoming hospitality, and efficient healthcare system. As with any travel destination, it’s advisable to stay aware of your surroundings and respect local customs.

For meer information, read our blogpost: Is Iran Safe to Travel in 2023?

Category: Iran

Iran is a country rich in culture and history, and one of the things that makes it unique is the dress code of its people. According to Iranian law, all women are required to wear Islamic hijab. However, they are very modest in picking their Veil or Hijab. On your arrival, you may be shocked by the way how Iranian clothing is stylish. Women usually take great care of how they look, and they wear clothes with a great sense of style.

In this article, we will discuss the dress code for both men and women in Iran, what to wear in Iran in winter, and what to expect when visiting mosques and holy shrines.

Dress Code for Women in Iran

Women in Iran must always cover their head with a scarf and wear a long coat (called mantua in Farsi) over their regular clothes. It’s the law, and not only for women, have men also to wear long pants and long-sleeved shirts too. As Iran changed over the years you don’t need to wear socks all the time anymore and your sleeves can also be 3/4 these days.

The scarf should cover the hair and neck, leaving the face visible. The coat should be loose and long, covering the hips and buttocks. It’s important to note that the coat should not be tight-fitting or reveal the body shape.

While the dress code may seem restrictive, it’s important to understand that it’s part of the Iranian culture and should be respected. Women who visit Iran should dress modestly and adhere to the dress code, particularly in public places.

Dress Code for Men in Iran

Men in Iran are also expected to dress modestly. They should wear long pants and long-sleeved shirts, particularly in public places. It’s important to note that shorts and sleeveless shirts are not allowed in public places, including restaurants and cafes.

What to Wear in Iran in Winter

If you are wondering what to wear in Iran in winter, the answer is that it’s the same as other times of the year. While you can put a hat on your scarf, it doesn’t mean that you can only wear a hat. It’s important to dress in layers to keep warm, particularly in areas with colder temperatures.

What to Expect When Visiting Mosques and Holy Shrines

While Iran is a conservative country and women need to be fully covered up at all times in public, it doesn’t mean that you need to worry about that. Rules of Iranian clothing are not observed strictly for tourists and foreigners. For instance, don’t worry if your hair is sticking out of the scarf. Apart from a small percentage of older women, most young girls only cover the top of their head.

However, it’s important to note that the only places in Iran that have very strict rules about hijab are the mosques and holy shrines. To enter some of these places, such as Imam Reza Shrine in Mashhad or Hazrate Masoumeh Holy Shrine in Qom, you must wear a “Chador”. The chador is a large piece of fabric that covers your entire body from head to toe. You can always find one at the entrance gate.

In conclusion, Iran is a unique and beautiful country that has its own cultural traditions, including the dress code. While it may seem restrictive, it’s important to respect the culture and dress modestly, particularly in public places. However, rules are not strictly observed for tourists and foreigners, so you can still dress comfortably and stylishly. When visiting mosques and holy shrines, it’s important to wear a chador to respect the sanctity of these places.

Category: Iran

For Women: Female travelers in Iran are expected to cover their hair and wear long clothing on their arms and legs. However, wearing a traditional Chador is not mandatory; a scarf to cover the hair is sufficient.

Scarves are usually worn loosely, and it’s acceptable for some hair to show, especially in larger cities. Pants should cover the ankles but do not need to be wide – tight jeans are popular among young Iranian women. Long skirts or dresses are also suitable as long as they cover the skin completely. Tops should be loose-fitting, covering the buttocks, arms, and cleavage.

Alternatively, the cleavage can be covered with a scarf, and sleeves should extend below the elbow. Iranian women often wear tunics or longer cardigans and are heavily influenced by Western fashion. Open shoes and painted nails are not a problem. Young girls should start to follow these dress codes from puberty.

For Men: The rules for men are less strict, but shorts are not allowed. T-shirts are fine, provided they have subdued designs without provocative prints. Ties are not common but are accepted. Sandals are very popular in Iran. However, sturdier footwear is recommended depending on the trip and excursions.

General: Iran is a country where hospitality is valued highly, and Western guests are warmly welcomed. While the dress codes have relaxed in major cities like Tehran, Isfahan, and Shiraz in recent years, it’s important to respect these rules, especially at religious sites. Contrary to some misconceptions, there is no obligation to wear dark colors. In fact, light colors are recommended during the summer.

Category: Iran

The skiing season in Iran typically starts in December and lasts until April. However, the best conditions for skiing are usually found from mid-January to mid-March. During this period, the ski resorts in Iran offer excellent facilities and services for skiing and snowboarding​​.

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