Akre day trip from Erbil in Iraq

1 day
SUV, minivan, or sedan
Private day trip
Akre fort, Akre central market, Kanya Hessuyi waterfall.
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Iraqi Kurdistan day trip from 126 Euros per person.


Private day trip in Iraq


Hotel pick up & drop off Road check-points clearance Iraqi Kurdistan Region day tour English speaking driver

Travel to Iraq with a Daily itinerary of 1 day

Morning » Meet & greet at your Erbil hotel. On a 1/2-hour drive, you will go straight to Akre. Enjoy the upper view of the city and explore the market.

Lunch-time » Eat and have lunch in a local restaurant in Akre.

Afternoon » Go Explore Akre on your own. Visit the nearby Kanya Hessuyi waterfall. Return after 1/2-hour drive back to Erbil. Drop off at your hotel.

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Trip to Iraq 2022

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Day trips from Erbil are a nice way to visit Kurdistan in Northern Iraq. On this full-day tour, you have the chance of exploring the fascinating city of Akre (Aqrah). Throughout history, Akre was famous to blend Zaogratrianas, Assyrian Christians, and Jews. Nowadays, Akre is famous for being Iraqi Kurdistan’s Newroz capital. Akre impresses its visitors principally for its labyrinthic streets in the old city and market place, but the upper views from the panorama give you one of the best and most beautiful sights of any Kurdish city in Northern Iraq. Top attractions to visit Akre are the covered market, the panoramic viewpoint, Akre fort, Kanya Hessuyi waterfall, Sepa resort, and Kani Zark park.

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Product Brand: RJ Travel - Tour Operator

Product Currency: EUR

Product Price: 116

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Day trip from Erbil.


All transportation with English speaking driver.

Admission fees to museums and monuments.

Regional border-crossing fees.

Not included

International flights or buses.

Personal travel insurance.


Tips and other gratuities.

Drinks, personal expenses.

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