Tehran to Alisadr Cave in Hamedan
Kermanshah (Anahita Temple and Bistoon)
In order to re-energize ourselves, we’ll get some more rest this morning, and afterwards we’ll head off to ancient and historical area of TagheBostan, left from Sasanian era inside which can be found some of the most mysterious, yet at the same time unique carvings in the mountains. Having visited this invaluable place, we’ll leave Kermanshah so as to check out the cave of GhouriGhale, one of the largest water caves of the Middle East dating back to more than sixty-five million years ago. We’ll have lunch somewhere in the vicinity of this cave, which is the last part of our trip before moving to the village of Oramantakht in which we’ll reside in a local rural house. Hiking in the village, checking out handicraft workshops, enjoying local dishes, and listening to local Kordi music will shape our stay there.
Back to Tehran
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