On the basis of rules and regulation of I.R.Iran, entrance of some goods and or its export is totally prohibited. Some of
those goods are as follows:
1- Alcoholic drinks
2- Gambling tools
3- Weapons, ammunition and explosive goods
4- Narcotic drugs
5- Magazines, photos, film and snaps and those goods which are against religious and national dignity of the
6- Any type of writings against the official region of the country and or discipline disturbance and public purity and
7- Pork Products
As an Islamic country, pork products are strictly prohibited. Hopefully, this won’t be a problem for you as most travelers don’t travel with a ham hock in their rucksacks. But just in case, be sure to leave your bacon jerky, ham sandwiches, etc. at home.
8- Sleeveless Tops
Going sleeveless in public is forbidden for both men and women in Iran, so you should definitely stow away your tank tops, halters, and bro tanks for a later time. You won’t have any issues if you bring these into Iran, but you will definitely get in trouble if you wear them without some kind of covering in public.
What to Bring:
In Iran credit cards do not work and ATM machines do not accept international cards.
If you wish To pay us in USD, Please noted to bring big and new notes, the notes dated less than 2006 are not
acceptable, only USD notes dated 2006 and after 2006 would be acceptable in Iran.
If you wish to pay in EUR please bring big notes like 50, 100, 200, 500 EUR notes.
Files and Documents: Passport, Visa, air/train ticket, ID certificate, destination, address list
Personal Articles for Use: personal tooth brush, towels, bathing articles, contact lens solution, daily toiletries, comb,
sun glasses, suntan oil, shaving items, disinfectant tissues and bandage
Others: camera, films, batteries, electrical converter, alarm clock (if needed), a pen and memo pad (to write down
something important during your travel), necessary cold, indigestive and anti- allergic medicines, umbrella, etc