Iraq Tours

Itineraries - 2019/20

Iraq is open and welcome to tourism once again. We have tours to Iraqi Kurdistan in the north and Baghdad and beyond in the south. There is an abundance of incredible and untouched history waiting to be seen. All our Iraq Tours are confirmed departures.

Take a look at our tour dates below. Dates don’t work? No worries, we can organise your trip on your dates. Just let us know.

Babylon remains, Iraq

Baghdad & Babylon Autumn

Safe again Baghdad is a jewl waiting to be seen!

Yazidi children play at a refugee camp in Iraqi Kurdistan

Entire Iraq Autumn Tour

See the North and South of this anicent land!

Hanging with locals on the iraqi kurdistan tour

Iraqi Kurdistan Autumn Tour

Hang out with the Peshmerga in northern Iraq!

Boat driver in southern Iraq

Baghdad & Babylon Spring

Safe again Baghdad is a jewl waiting to be seen!

Iraqi christian monastery

Iraqi Kurdistan Spring Tour

Hang out with the Peshmerga in northern Iraq!


Iraq Tours - FAQs

Most frequent questions and answers for our tours in Iraq.

Iraqi Kurdistan has always been generally safe as it has separate borders with the rest of the country. It is protected by the foreign aided fighting force – the Peshmerga.

Southern Iraq has recently become safe to visit. Since the fall of ISIS we have led a successful research tour and brought guests there issue free.

Passports from the EU, US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Brazil and others are visa free for 15 days in Iraqi Kurdistan. Passports from other countries can apply for a visa through our partners for an extra cost.

You have to join a tour of 5 people to get a visa for Southern Iraq. The travel agency will supply you an invitation letter which will be needed to apply at your nearest Iraqi embassy. You need to then collect your visa from an Iraqi embassy at a cost of around $60.

For flights into Erbil and Baghdad, the main gateways are Istanbul and Dubai.

USD and Euro are both accepted in currency exchanges. Make sure to bring cash.

Generally it is about 15 in Kurdistan and 10 in the south.