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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
 
One-Hour Buggy Adventure from Reykjavik
"This guided tour is a unique way to enjoy Icelandic nature yet starting off only 20 minutes from downtown Reykjavík. Strap into a two-seat Buggy with your partner and prepare to overcome obstacles in the rugged landscape by the slopes of Mt Esja climbing hills running through river beds and more. This is an especially designed tour for you who crave bumpy dusty dirty driving thrills. No extra charge for dust
From EUR160.00
 
Day Trip to the Golden Circle plus 1-hour Buggy Tour from Reykjavik
"The Golden circle is one of the most popular sights in Iceland and well worth visiting. it is a fully guided tour in a minivan or similar. On the way to the golden circle we will stop for the action part of the day. A 1-hour Buggy ride where you have an action not to be missed. We climb up to the highland roads with rough terrain and rocky roads. You might see Langjökull glacier Mt Bláfell Hagavatn glacier lagoon and more. The sights on this tour are Þingvellir national park where the foundation of the Icelandic parliament began in 847 AD. It is a site of geological wonders as well. It lies in a rift valley that mark the crest of the M5cm every year. Þinvellir is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mighty Geysir is a dormant hot spring but Strokkur erupts about every 4-8 minutes sprouting the hot water 15 to 20 meters high and sometimes up to 40 meters. Gullfoss or the “Golden f the crevice is obscured from view so that it appears that a mighty river simply vanishes into the earth.It is essential to present a valid drivers license to drive the Buggy."
From EUR281.00

More Things to Do in Takht-e Jamshid (Persepolis)

Lion fighting a bull

This is one of the most interesting details on the walls. The motif depicting the lion killing the bull is repeated many times on the walls of Persepolis. It may represent a contest between the forces...
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iwys
Aug 23, 2008

Staircases of the Apadana Palace

The best kept reliefs can be seen along the staircases of the Apadana Palace. There are 23 different scenes showing us the representatives of 23 different countries in the Achaemenian Empire, how they...
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Sambawalk
Jul 20, 2008

Tombs of King of Kings

The two completed graves behind Takhti Jamshid would then belong to Artaxerxes II and Artaxerxes III. The unfinished one is perhaps that of Arses of Persia, who reigned at the longest two years, or,...
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Sambawalk
Jul 20, 2008

The Throne Hall

Next to the Apadana, second largest building of the Terrace and the final edifices, is the Throne Hall or the Imperial Army's hall of honour (also called the "Hundred-Columns Palace). This 70x70...
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Sambawalk
Jul 20, 2008

Apadana Palace

Darius the Great built the greatest and most glorious palace at Persepolis in the western side. This palace was named Apadana (the root name for modern "ayvan") and was used for the King of Kings'...
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Sambawalk
Jul 20, 2008

The Gate of All Nations

The Gate of all Nations, referring to subjects of the empire, consisted of a grand hall that was almost 25 square metres, with four columns and its entrance on the Western Wall. There were two more...
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Sambawalk
Jul 20, 2008
 
 
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bas relief and friezes of Persepolis

There are many suggestive bas relief and friezes of Persepolis, mostly in the eastern portico of the Apadana or on the many coloumns of the archaeological site. Most of them depict human figures, like...
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call_me_rhia
May 30, 2008

the tombs of Persepolis

There are three tombs in Persepolis, and they are not located where the main ruins are but rather half-way up on the hillside behind the complex. Only two of them are finished - one is left incomplete...
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call_me_rhia
May 30, 2008

the ruins of Persepolis

Persepolis is a striking sight in terms of ruins, basically because of their colossal size. At the beginning it seems that palaces were built of wood, but as the Persian rulers wanted larger and...
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call_me_rhia
May 30, 2008

Kourosh tomb

Great Kourosh tomb distance 138 km with Shiraz , it is in Pasargad , Kourosh or Cyrus is the Iran father , he made emperor Iran in 2500 year ago . alles Iranians people love Kourosh and you can here...
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omidamini
Oct 30, 2007

Naghshe Rostam

Naghshe rostam is near Takhte Jamshid ( Perspolis ) but the first you see it and after that if you like you can go to Naghshe rostam , naghshe rostam like Perspolis made in 2500 years ago a very nice...
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omidamini
Oct 30, 2007

Perspolis ( Takhte Jamshid )

For go to Perspolis you must the first go to marvdasht and after that take a machine and go to perspolis , but native people say to Perspolis , Takhte Jamshid . summer in Fars is so hot and is better...
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omidamini
Oct 30, 2007

Apadana Staircase

Apadana Palace was built on a platform and two monumental stairways lead up to the palace, one on the east side and one on the north side. The stairways are very impressive because of all the...
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MalenaN
Apr 19, 2007

Opening hours

The entrance fee to Persepolis is IR 5000 (July 2006) and then you will have to pay another IR 5000 if you want to see the museum.During the day it can be very hot, but if that is a problem for you,...
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MalenaN
Apr 18, 2007

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