An expedition across mysterious Rig-e Jinn desert.
An Opportunity to Explore the Universe Through a Large Telescope
Dasht-e Lut Desert, Known As One Of The Hottest Spots On The Earth And The UNESCO World Heritage Site
Mount Damavand (5610m) Highest Peak in Iran and Highest Inactive Volcano In Asia
Badab Surt stepped travertine terrace-shaped mineral springs.
Adventures like mountain biking, climbing, caving, and exploring have been part of Majid’s lifestyle for more than a decade and he’s traveled through the nature of Iran in these past years. So he decided to study tourism management and follow this way by taking some courses like first aid and rescue, eco-tour guide, climbing techniques, and the courses are related. Finally chose the tourism industry as his job. he’s been a travel consultant and tour planner for travel companies and operates adventure expeditions and stargazing tours in Iran for years.
Thanks to a decade of experience, today he organizes expeditions and special adventure tours for his clients and those who are eager to have different experiences in different places.
Climb high mountains more than 4,000 meters high, hike and cycle through the mountains and deserts of Iran, crawl across deep caves, and stargazing tours as well.
"We had the most experiencing and interesting tour in the desert lands between Isfahan and Yazd. Majid took us in his SUV through desert lands, sand dunes, salt lakes, medieval cities, Zaratustrian temples, and villages, and did this with perfection, sensitivity, and awareness of our expectations and wishes for the tour. Several things could be pointed out, but the stay in the desert, where Majid had arranged barbeque, Iranian cuisine, self-made thé, and sun-rise in the morning, is an experience that will never vanish from my memory. It is clear that Majid with his experience as a rock climber and planner of trekking adventures has the skills and knowledge to arrange a program that meets expectations and timelines. I will at any time, recommend Majid and his Persian Adventures to everyone going to Iran"