TRAVELING TO IRAN WITH KIDS
First things first, visa. All persons, regardless of age, will need a visa to enter the country. You can contact our staff about visa requirements as the requirements and process may vary depending on your nationality.
Do not forget the insurance. If you couldn’t get a travel insurance that covers Iran, you can buy insurance upon your arrival at the IKA airport.
Also there are general cares such as being up to date with vaccines, booking well ahead of travel time to have everything reserved, downloading suitable apps on your devices for them to play and doing some research about your destination, which you would normally do for any other destination.
Probably you have read about the dress code required by the government’s law in Iran, however, do not worry about applying the rules for kids. Children can wear freely and there is no need to wear hijab for girls under the age of 10. For girls above this age, the law bends in most parts of Tehran and some large cities, however we advise you to watch for the dress code in religious cities such as Mashhad, Qom or Kashan. If you are not sure, you can always ask.