I have fallen in love with Azerbaijan back in 2018 when first visited the country. As a biologist, I am interested mostly in the wildlife of deserts and semi-arid foothills (which are plentiful here) but this land is so versatile that you can cross several...More
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Discover the history of Azerbaijan from 40,000 years ago to present-day on this full-day tour. See the ancient petroglyphs of Gobustan National Park, learn about the mud volcanoes, explore the attractions of Baku’s Old City, and finish the tour at the unique geological feature of Yanardag’s burning mountain. Sit down to a delicious lunch with fresh fish from the Caspian Sea included in the price of the tour.
Baku is Azerbaijan’s capital and largest city, located along the Caspian Sea coast. On this walking tour, explore Baku’s UNESCO-listed Old Town; admire landmarks such as the medieval Maiden’s Tower, Shirvanshahlar Palace, and the Flame Towers; and discover its fascinating history from ancient times through the oil boom and the Soviet era.
Explore one of Azerbaijan's medieval treasures, the Chiraq Qala castle, on this full-day trip from Baku. Travel with a small group, which ensures personalized attention from your guide, in a mini bus or 4x4 vehicle while listening to commentary from your historian guide. Lunch and round-trip transportation from Baku hotels included.
Located at the meeting point between East and West, Azerbaijan is full of fascinating historic sites and dramatic landscapes. On this tour, enjoy the undivided attention of a private guide as you discover the cities of Baku and Quba, and enjoy day trips including the UNESCO-listed Gobustan National Park, the Mud Volcanoes, Afrudja waterfall, Chirag Castle, and Beshbarmaq Mountain.
With just one week to take in the highlights of Azerbaijan, a private tour means you can maximize your time and enjoy undivided attention from your guide. On this tour, visit four cities—Baku, Gabala (Qabala), Sheki, and Gakh—as well as the UNESCO-listed Gobustan National Park, the Mud Volcanoes, Lahic Village, and Ilisu Waterfall.
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