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Talator Canyon and Ovan lake - 2 Days

Talator Canyon and Ovan lake
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Talator Canyon and Ovan lake

Talator Canyon

This canyon has the length of 13 km with 32 falls and the highest one is 20m in height located close to Roohabad Village, Western Al-mout to Parvard Village. Tolater or Ashkaf canyon is one of the funniest and most attractive valleys located in Qazvin Province where is welcoming many foreign tourists every year.

Having attractive landing and ponds for jumping, this canyon has more attended by canyon climbers. Green woods, slag crabs and roaring waves of canyon provide you with enjoyable moments.

Need more information about Iran and its Beautiful a Canyons, please read this article.

Talator canyon

Day 1
Frist day

- Start our trip from Tehran to Alamut

- Enjoy breakfast along the way

- Stop at lake Ovan

- Enjoy the beauty of nature around the lake

- Enjoy traditional lunch

- Have rest near the lake

- Boat ridding

- Start moving to Talator canyon

- Enjoy dinner

- Staying the night at the village next to Talator canyon

Day 2
Second day

- Enjoy breakfast in the village cabin

- Trekking the beautiful canyon of the Talator

- Enjoy lunch in the middle of the way

- Rest a bit after canyoning

- Return back to Tehran

Costs included

  • Transport
  • Meals
  • Snacks
  • Accommodation fees
  • Entrance fees for historic sites, tourism and sports
  • Provide equipment for climbing, canyoning, climbing, caving, etc.

Cost not included

  • Visas fees
  • Travel fees
  • Accommodation fees before package start
  • Accommodation fees after the end of the packages
  • Special clothes fees (for adventure sports)
  • • Special equipment and clothes are available

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Price From USD$380 USD$305/person
305
Total $ 305 USD

Trip Facts

  • 4-8
  • 2000m
  • VIP Van
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