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Isfahan to Kashan Pick up Tour

Rows and rows of camels bearing gifts and spices traveling the rolling dunes of the central deserts of Iran make their journey between Isfahan and Kashan on a regular basis. You can experience the same path but with the luxuries and the modern amenities of our VIP transport tour. In addition, you’ll have the chance to visit a unique ingenuous spot in Iran, called Abyaneh Village.

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Alamut Valley and Assassins Castle

Alamut Castle is a monument of a special historical period in Iran. The walls of the castle witnessed the mysteries of Assassins and the truth about their thoughts and their skills. As you get to the Castle you have the chance to feel its mysterious atmosphere and also you can enjoy the wonderful overlook of the Sialan peak and the eye-catching landscape of Alamut nature. While you are enjoying the pleasant weather of the area you will be amazed by the stunning scenery of the valley which is among the best features of this site and that can’t be missed.

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Teimareh Petroglyphs – Engraved Figures (Up to 17000 years old)

You are about to have one of the best experiences of your life with going to the paradise of engraved figures in Iran. We offer traveling back to 40000 years ago, with the rock arts, showing the civilization in Golpayegan county.

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Isfahan Roof Top – Soffeh Mountain (2257m)

Get ready for a long climbing all the way up to the great Soffeh Mountain, because believe me, you are about to see one of the greatest pictures of your life. You can see all of the city beneath your leg with a quiet place which is suitable for relaxation. In the evenings this view becomes more enchanting when the city lights blink like the stars in the skyline.

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Karkas Mountain (3895m)

Our plan is to climb Karkas mount, trekking through a vast mountain which will make us amazed about how pure and admirable the nature is. Karkas means vulture in Persian and there are several anecdotes about it. Some people say that the mount foothill used to be a hunting place for the Safavid King, Shah Abbas. Once upon a time, he was about to drink a poisonous glass of water, but suddenly, a vulture dropped the glass down by moving its wings. Some believe as you can see many small black vultures over the mount hills, it’s named Karkas. Let’s go on and explore it ourselves.

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