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Cruising in Khasab
"Drive via Ras Al Khaimah to Khasab along the panoramic coastal road.  Meet and assist on both borders with entry Visa assistance. Depart by our traditional Omani Dhow for a full-day dhow cruise to the spectacular “fjords of Musandam”. Midway during the cruise the dhow is anchored at famous Telegraph Island where you can swim and snorkel in the pleasant clear waters. Telegraph Island is the famous location where the British laid an underwater cable in 1864 from India to Basra for onward communication to London. Picnic lunch and refreshments are served on board. There is also a possibility of seeing dolphins while cruising.""""Enjoy a day at the spectacular “fjords of Musandam” which is in the Oman part
From $170.00
 
Baku Full Day Private Sightseeing Tour
"Your experienced and friendly guide will pick you up at your hotel. Get an early start to take in Azerbaijan’s capital Baku. Begin touring with a visit to the beautiful Bibi-Heybat Mosque originally constructed in the 13th century in honor of the sister of Imam Ali. Today it sits near one of Azerbaijan’s first oil fields which grew during the first oil boom in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. You will continue with a walking tour of the city center the Old Town also known as Icheri Shere
From $149.00
 
4 Hour Private Baku City Tour with English Speaking Guide
"Be picked up from your centrally located Baku hotel by your tour guide at your chosen time 09.30 or 13.30. You will then start your 4 hour tour visiting Highland Park. There you will have a panoramic view of Baku Bay from the highest point of the city. You will then move onto National Flag Square that is one of the highest flag home to the Azerbaijani flag.The next stop is Seaside Park (Baku Boulevard). The Boulevard is a promenade and national park that runs parallel to Baku's seafront popular for taking in views of the Caspian. After viewing the Caspian see Shirvanshahs` Palace the biggest monument of the Shirvan-Absheron branch of the Azerbaijan architecture situated in the Inner City of Baku. The complex contains the main building of the palace
From $95.00

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Vank Cathedral

This cathedral was built betwen 1648 and 1655. This is the heart of the armenian comunity in Iran. Scia Abbas moved the entire christian comunity from the city of Jolfa to this area which he renamed...
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Bazaar- e- Bozor

This is one of the oldest and biggest Bazar of all Iran. The corridors are connected by small domes opened at top so that the light can come in. Oldest areas of bazar, the ones near the mosque, are...
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33 Bridges Si-o-seh pol

The Si-o-se Pol (Persian: سی وسه پل, pronounced [siː oˈseh pol],[1] which means 33 Pol, literally 33 Bridge) or the Bridge of 33 Arches, also called the Allah-Verdi Khan Bridge, is one of the eleven...
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Khaju Bridge

This is probably the most beautiful bridge in Esfahan. We atually ejoyed having a walk through it even if there was no river to cross. It is 110 meters long and it has two series of terraces: the...
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Naqsh-e jah?n -Imam Square

Some guides say this is the second largest square of the world, just after Tienammen square in Beijing. According to wikipedia, there are some bigger ones. I don't know who is right and if there are...
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Chehel Sotun

The Chehel Sotun palace was built as a reception hall by Shah Abbas II in 1647. It is set in the old royal park between the Ali Qapu Palace and the Chahar Bagh Avenue. The name means "The Forty...
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