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Not very special. Could be seen, but not at any price. It is a natural fenomena, but if you are a solo traveller it is not easily accessible - you have to bargin with the taxi drivers otherwise you should join a group
Unique experience - worth visiting even in the greatest heat. Easy access via public transport. A very friendly taxi driver - took pictures of us, was patient while we were enjoying the scenery and the phenomenal volcanos. Had brought water with him for us to...More
The mud volcanoes are fab! One of the best things is they’re randomly in the desert. No touristy rubbish at all. Went with my uncle who lives local and spent half a day off roading!!! Go early if you go, in a 4 wheel drive....More
The site is great and worth a visit, as others have said. This "review" is just to give an up-to-date plan of how to do it without a tour, even if you don't speak Turkish, Russian or Azeri.
We tried to follow the Lonely Planet...More
Closer to the Gobustan Museum, its an off road drive to reach the mountain by 4X4 Drive Vehicle, an amazing place to be on the top with numbers of volcanoes erupting and mud flowing down of these volcanoes, it is believed that this mud has...More
Almost 65 km far from Baku. The road was smooth and the last few kilometers were through sands, rocks and muds until we reach to our target.
Such a few bubbling mud forming like little volcano. Seems very hot but when I touch, it was...More