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Availability : 2019
Tehran
Bandar Abbas

Bandar Abbas  is a port city and capital of Hormozgān Province on the southern coast of Iran, on the Persian Gulf. The earliest mention of Bandar Abbas dates back to the reign of Darius the Great, who ruled from 522 to 486 BCE. The original inhabitants of Bander Abbas are known as Banduris and can often be spotted for their colourful clothing and burqas.

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Bandar Abbas Tour Details

While there are not too many landmarks in Bandar Abbas, it is a wonderful place to set up camp and visit some of the natural wonders in the region. However, do spend some time at the central fish market and bazaar to pick fresh seafood and local produce. You will love the vibrant ambience and the friendly locals and vendors. A visit to Hormoz Island is a must when you come to Bandar Abbas. It is merely 8 km from the city and here, you can see a true miracle of nature – a salt dome. The dome can be seen during low tide, when the water level is low. However, while you wait for low tide, explore the island, which is perfect for bird-watching, as it is home to the Egyptian vulture, Larus and Terns.

Bandar Abbas Itinerary

Day 1Visit Beach Park, Bazaar and Water Museum

Day 2Visit Hormuz Island

Day 3Visit Birdgarden,Hindu (Indian) Temple and Galeh-Dari Bath

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