Hamadan Sightseeing Tour From Tehran

8 hours

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 What You Can Expect

Drive from Tehran toward Alisadr cave (340 km) after visiting this stoning cave (about 1/5 hours) continue to Hamedan to have the lunch at the most top place in Hamedan ( Abasabad). After lunch, we will visit the Bo-Ali-Sina tomb and Ganjnameh.

 

Alisadr cave has so many waterfalls and a wide variety of beautiful features such as stalactites and stalagmites.  It also has about 2400m of in cave boating, therefore it is the biggest cave in the world from this respect. This cave has a lasting exploitation and protection management system.

 

Ganjnameh (literally 'Treasure Book') is so named because its cuneiform rock carvings that were once thought to be cryptic clues leading to caches of Median treasure. These days it's selfie central as groups of locals pose next to the inscriptions or in front of a nearby waterfall. The site, 8km from Hamadan's centre, is the gateway to hikes up majestic Alvand Kuh.

 

In 1036 the physician, mathematician and philosopher Ibn Sina (Avicenna) died on a journey from Isfahan to Hamadan, where he had earlier been a vizier. The monument currently standing, incorporating a library and museum, was erected in the 1950s on the site of an earlier tomb structure. The tomb of Qajar poet Abolghassem Aref is located in the courtyard.

 

Details:

Location: Hamedan

Transport: Depends on Numbers (Private car, Van, Bus)

Note: For more than 9 persons, please send an inquiry

Departure point: Tour departs from all hotels in Tehran

Departure time: 09.00 AM

Hotel pickups commence approximately 10 minutes prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation.

Duration: 8 Hours (approx.)

Return details: Returns to original departure point

 

 

Inclusions:

An English speaking guide, Transportation, Refreshment

 

 

Location

Hamedan, Hamadan, I-ran