Iraqi Kurdistan: 2-Day Tour

Iraqi Kurdistan: 2-Day Tour

​Day 1: Dohuk

  1. Lalish, Mar Mattai Monastery​​

    1. Lalish is a mountain valley temple situated in the Shekhan District and controlled by the autonomous Kurdistan Region since 1991. It is the holiest temple of the Yazidis. It is the location of the tomb of Sheikh Adi ibn Musafir, a central figure of the Yazidi faith 

  2. Khanis, Alqosh 

    1. Alqōsh, alternatively spelled Alkosh, Al-qosh or Alqush, is an Assyrian town in northern Iraq and is within Nineveh Plains. It is a sub-district of the Tel Kaif District and is 45km north of Mosul. The town is controlled by the Kurdistan Democratic Party and Peshmerga

  3. Mar Mattai monastery

    1. Dayro d-Mor Mattai is located atop Mount Alfaf in northern Iraq and is 20 kilometers from Mosul. It is recognized as one of the oldest Christian monasteries in existence and is famous for its magnificent library and considerable collection of Syriac Christian manuscripts

  4. Raban Hormizd Monastery

    1. Rabban Hormizd Monastery is an important monastery of the Chaldean Catholic Church, founded about 640 AD, carved out in the mountains about 2 miles from Alqosh, Iraq, 28 miles north of Mosul 

  5. Mosul Lake/Tigris River (if checkpoint allows)

    1. The Tigris is the eastern of the two great rivers that define Mesopotamia, the other being the Euphrates. The river flows south from the mountains of southeastern Turkey through Iraq and empties into the Persian Gulf 

  6. Dohuk

    1. Duhok or Dohuk is the capital of the Duhok Governorate in Kurdistan Region. The city is encircled by mountains along the Tigris river. Duhok has a growing tourist industry. Its population has increased rapidly since the 1990s, as the rural population moved to the cities after villages were destroyed by the Iraqi army

  7. Dohuk at night


Day 2: Amedi

  1. Dohuk Dam

    1. The Dohuk Dam is an earth-fill embankment dam on the Dohuk River just north of Dohuk in Dahuk Governorate, Iraq. The dam was completed in 1988 with the primary purpose of providing water for irrigation. It is 60 m tall and can withhold 52,000,000 m³ of water

  2. Chwarstoon Cave

  3. Grand mosque

    1. The Great Mosque is a Sunni Islamic mosque located in Aqrah, Duhok Governorate, Iraq. It is one of the oldest mosques in Iraq. The mosque was first founded after the spread of Islam in Iraqi Kurdistan

  4. Bazaar

  5. Saddam Palace

    1. It was looted during the Kurdish uprising against Baghdad rule in March 1991 and has remained idle ever since. It offers spectacular views of the Amedi Valley 

  6. Inishke Cave

  7. Amedi

    1. Amadiya is an Iraqi Kurdish town and popular summer resort and Hill station along a tributary to the Great Zab in the Dahuk Governorate of Iraqi Kurdistan. The city is situated 4,600 feet above sea level

  8. Hotel or Airport Transfer

    1. Erbil; and known in ancient history as Arbela and also spelled Arbil, Arbel and Irbil, is the largest most populated city in Iraqi Kurdistan and capital city of Kurdistan Region. It is located approximately in the center of Iraqi Kurdistan region and the north of Iraq



  1. English-speaking guide / driver

  2. Airport pickup

  3.  Visa assistance for those who need visa prior to departure

  4. Assistance with hotel booking/reservation 


Does not include:

  1. Food

  2. Accomodations

  3. Souvenirs and other purchases

  4. Meals for guide


  1. English-speaking guide / driver

  2. Airport pickup

  3. Visa assistance for those who need visa prior to departure

  4. Assistance with hotel booking/reservation

Not Included

  1. Food

  2. Accommodations

  3. Souvenirs and other purchases

  4. Meals for guide

  5. Insurance

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