You leave your hotel in the morning to be transferred to the Zoroastrian Fire Temple and the Tower of Silence. Zoroaster was a pre-Islamic prophet in Iran who was famous for bringing peace and friendship. He had many supporters in the country, and there are still many Iranians who are following his verdicts. This Fire Temple is a place still active for praying, and it is regarded as the unique one in Iran. After your visit, you get amazed by another unique structure called Tower of Silence where Zoroastrians would leave dead bodies for excarnation. Yazd is a city incredibly famous for Henna. Thus, it is planned to visit a workshop in the city and learn how Henna is ready to be used in traditional Asian medication. It is also used in marriage and some ritual ceremonies. The evening is the time where you pass through the lanes of an old Quarter called Fahadan. You feel the culture of the local people who are living in the central desert of Iran.
On your way to a Baklava baking workshop, you will see the Tomb of 12 Imams, pass Amir Chaqmaq Square, and enjoy the evening view of the square. Baklava may sound familiar to you. It is a traditional sweet dessert, which is existing in a large area from Greek to the Middle East. Today, you taste the Yazdi type of this dessert, which is different from the other kinds. In the visit to Yazd Jameh Mosque, the first view that attracts you is the facade and the tall minarets of the mosque. You will take a walk in the area near the mosque and enjoy the antiques, which are in the nearby shops.
Overnight: Yazd, Meals: B, L, D