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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
 
Sharjah Arts Heritage and Culture Tour
"The journey will start from the Heart of Sharjah with a walking tour in Al Eslah School Souk Al Arsa Majlis Al Midfaa Heritage Museum and Calligraphy Museum. Continue the tour to Sharjah Aquarium & Maritime Museums driving through the city with a photo stop at Grand King Faisal Mosque and Central Souq and then visit the Aviation museum (Al Mahatta). Lunch is optional at a local restaurant in Al Qasba. In the afternoon continue the tour to the Wild Life Center Natural History & Botanical museum. The tour will end at the Car Museum at 6:00pm and we'll drive back to the hotel."""
From $60.00

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HOT SAUCE !

Iranian food is, well, bland! The only time I had any meat approaching spicy was at the home of friends in the countryside. I would suggest that you pack a bottle of hot sauce, maybe some spices...
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Long sleeves and hose

If you're man, you can have t-shirts for outdoor, but ladies can't. Men don't wear shorts. Ladies need scarf all the time you're outside. You can buy almost everything if you're in big city so make...
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Things to Bring to Iran

I was on a 19 day tour, which included hotels and Camping, I carried a holdall on wheels and a smaller holdall, which I used for carrying stuff for our camping trips etc. A day sac for visiting the...
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Wearing hejab

All women must wear hijab in Iran. The strict observance that was once the norm is loosening but it is still mandatory. It starts with your visa photo - your hair must be covered for that.Don't get...
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What you should and shouldn't pack in

Be sure to have a suitcase or bag with good endurance.... Luggage seemed me to be treated a bit more harsher on airports than in Europe. If you have black or dark blue luggage, mark it with a ribbon...
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Packing List

What luggage you bring depends in large part on what time of year you want to come and what type of traveling you want to do. Regardless, pack sensibly and only bring your essentials. If you are...
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Ladies, bring good mascara and/or fake eyelashes..

...as there is probably not much of a domestic consumer market in Iran. Most of the Iranian women I have seen, older and younger, painted face and bare face, have the longest, fullest, loveliest...
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Istanbul to Kathmandu Book

This is the book I had as a guide during my visit to Iran. As I was overland from Central Asia, This was my guide for Iran and Turkey.Lonely Planet. I hope this book will be again used some day...
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Packing List

Ladies: Don't forget you hejab! By law all women in Iran (and that includes tourists) must wear modest clothing in public and in the company of non family members. The hejab includes a headscarf, a...
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Packing List

Iran is inexpensive by international standards and also is a treasure house of exquisite handicrafts.Persian artworks and handicrafts are historic and famous. So take an empty suitcase with you to...
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Packing List

(pic. Abyaneh village, Kashan, Esfahan province) Iran is a vast country with a very diverse climate. In summer take enough light clothes with you. Walking shoes, and sandals. What you wear should be...
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Packing List

CLIMATE AND CLOTHING.My advise, plan your journey, decide the season and month and know little bit about the geography of the area that you want go. So, you won't end up with 4 luggages full of 3...
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Head scarf

Head scarf and coat !! for ladies. That is the dress code every womena has to follow, whether they are Iranians or tourists.
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Top Hotels in Iran

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Enghelab Ave., Mousavi, Tehran, Iran
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Ostandari Alley No.8, Esfahan, 8145657333, Iran
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Meshkin Fam Street, Shiraz, FA, IR
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No 5 - Taleh Khakestary Alley, Jame Mosque Street, Yazd, Iran
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No. 49, 7th Emarat, Sabet Alley, Mohtasham St
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Dariush Square, Iran
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Top Things to Do in Iran

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Khalvat-e KarimKhani

Dating back to 1759, this building was a part of the interior residence of Karim Khan of Zand. Its basic structure is similar to the Marble Throne. Like the latter, it is a terrace. There is a small...
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Aramgah- e -Hafez - Tomb of Hafez-

An iranian adage says that a house must have two thins a Quran and a Hafez's book. Hafez is loved and followed in Iran just as a modern celebrity and I was really curious to visit the Mausoleum. We...
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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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Saryazd citadel

Saryazd citadel is an ancient citadel near yazd belonging to Sassanid era(3th to 7th century), and was used to protect grains and valuables. It has a moat round it. The citadel is good preserved and...
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Stony castle of Bash Ghurtaran

Stony castle of Bash Ghurtaran is located at distance of 1.5 km in south side of Bash Ghurtaran village in Shirin Su section which is one of Kabodar Ahang's functions. From top of this castle you can...
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Shrine of Hilal ibn Ali

The Shrine of Hilal ibn Ali (also known as Imam zadeh Mohammad Al Awsat) is a mausoleum in Aran va Bidgol (a village located about 15 kilometers north west of the city of Kashan) Situated in Mid North...
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