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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
 
Evening Desert Safari
"Depart in the afternoon from your hotel for a thrilling desert drive over the golden sand dunes deep into the heart of the desert. A fabulous view of the sun setting over the desert dunes are some of the memories you will cherish from the desert drive. Arrive at the desert camp where a traditional Arabian welcome awaits each of you. Enjoy the true Arabian ambiance at this typical Bedouin campsite with traditional Arabian carpets low tables and cushions for comfortable seating. At the desert camp experience the camel ride
From $75.00

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I'm not sure exactly how Sohan is created, but due to reading various accounts, including one here on VT, I sought this sweet intentionally. It is very yummy indeed.This tin says in English:Saffron,...
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Aug 20, 2005

Paradise I and II

There are numbers of shopping malls in Kish island, but main shopping complex are Paradise I and II, which are always busy with people strolling around and shopping. People can easily move from...
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Apr 21, 2005

Gift and handicraft shops everywhere

You'll see this work everywhere you go in Iran -minute, intricate mosaic inlay, on boxes, trays, photo frames, coasters, anything it can be applied to. Of course the quality of the work varies and you...
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TheWanderingCamel
Apr 15, 2005

Any nut and/or fruit shop

As well as its magnificent citadel (sadly and catastophically damaged in the devastating 2003 earthquake), Bam is famed for its dates. Anyone in Iran will tell you they are the best you can get, and I...
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TheWanderingCamel
Apr 15, 2005

Magic carpets

Everywhere you go in Iran, there they are - wonderful carpets - hanging from doorways, displayed in elegant shop windows, laid out on the floor; all sizes - tiny mats, small rugs, long runners,...
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TheWanderingCamel
Apr 10, 2005

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The local market has many beautiful crafts to buy from the delicate enamel ware, tradtional designed tablecloths and carpets, and the silver and bead jewellery/ enamel warecarpets it depends on...
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Feb 22, 2005
 
 
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Bazar-e-Raza

Well its not just one shop but its a shopping centre where you can buy many different things. All that you want except for Big Electronic items under one roof. i would especially recommend the...
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KHAMAJ
Aug 06, 2004

Shopping in Tehran

Tehran is a very fast paced city. You can buy anything nearly in all the areas, but one thing to keep in mind is that for everything there is a special area. How do you know where to go for what?...
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Jul 28, 2003

Bazaar, the traditional way

Each city has it's Bazaar and is organiced around it, all the city runs around it, the mosque, the governament building, madrasas, caravanserais, and all the shops.The Bazaars are covered, some times...
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aeroarce
Feb 09, 2003

Zaytoon Shopping Center

This is the nearest shopping center from the airport. Clothes to Jewelry. Credit card is accepted. But bring some cash is always useful.
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Rinjani
Dec 25, 2004

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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 Sa'adi - Tomb of Sa'adi

Abu Mohammad Sharaf-o-ddin Moslehebne Abdollah known of Sa'di of Shiraz he renowned Iranian poem , was born in 606 A.H in an "all theologist Clan". He grew up in Shiraz , and founded the literary...
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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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