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Explore the mountainous Guba region of Azerbaijan during this full-day tour. Drive through the countryside of Azerbaijan and stop at Beshbarmag Dag—the ‘Five-Fingered Mountain—and a few remote villages on the way to Guba. Then, visit one of Europe’s highest villages, Khinalug, set atop the Lesser Caucasus mountains at 2,335 meters. Take in the beautiful scenery and learn a bit about the history of the region before heading back to Baku.
Discover all that Baku and its surroundings have to offer on this full-day tour. See the prehistoric petroglyphs at Gobustan National Park, learn about the mud volcanoes and their healing properties, visit the Zoroastrian fire temple of Ateshgah, explore the fire mountain of Yanardag, and admire the architecture of Baku's modern city center. This tour includes a tour guide and transportation to all of the sights from your hotel.
Explore Gobustan National Park, mud volcanos, and Ateshgah (Fire Temple) on a full-day tour from Baku that blends ancient human history with natural wonders. Without a pricey private car and driver, reaching all three sites in a single day would be a daunting challenge; this cost-effective group tour takes care of logistics so you can focus on magnificent rock carvings, eruptions of thick mud, and a fiery religious pilgrimage place.
Explore Gobustan National Park, one of the most popular sites in the Asian country of Azerbaijan, on this guided day trip from Baku. The park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, draws thousands of visitors each year. Explore the Petroglyph museum, plus an array of ancient carvings, relics, mud volcanoes, and more.
Visit Quba and the remote mountain village of Khinalig on this group tour from Baku. Introducing you to the surreal landscapes of the Khizi region in northeastern Azerbaijan, the tour starts with a drive through the mountains past the city of Sumgait on your way to Quba city. Refuel with a traditional lunch in the forests, then head high into the hills to visit mysterious Khinalig, which is said to be the highest inhabited village in the Caucasus region.
Gobustan-Absheron tour is starting from pick up guest from accomodation place. The first stop of the tour will be the Gobustan National Park and Mud Molcanoes (under good weather conditions) After Gobustan tour our guests will have a lunch in the Old Town part of Baku city. The lunch will include the set of national dishes of Azerbaijani cuisine which is included to the tour. The lunch will be followed by our visit to Ateshgah which is also called the Temple of Fire (ancient temple of the Zoroastrians). Moreover, by visiting the temple you will see the famous guest house, where the “father of the three musketeers” Alexander Duma stayed. After temple you will visit Mardakan Castle (13th century) and famous Yanardag – Burning mountain.
With the Private Sheki Tour you will discover the mysterious city Sheki with its full of historical and cultural background. Sheki is historical city that surrounded by mountains. Main difference of the Sheki from other regions of Baku is that the city kept its originality and even some houses that people currently live in has a historical and cultural values.
Discover Azerbaijan’s fiery pilgrimage places on a half-day, private tour of Ateshgah (Fire Temple) and Fire Mountain from Baku. A customizable alternative to fixed group tour itineraries, this private option offers the flexibility to tailor the day to your schedule: Start at a time that works for you, explore both sites at your own pace, and finish the day at the Baku location of your choice.
Leave Baku with a private guide and visit Gobustan National Park and the sights of Absheron Peninsula. The half-day express tour checks off all the natural landmarks and must-visit sites that lie just outside the city, making it a good option for those who want to see more of Azerbaijan. You’ll walk amid UNESCO-listed rock carvings and mud volcanoes in the Gobustan region, discover the historical center of Gala village, and spend time at the “fire mountain” of Yanar Dag and the Ateshgah Fire Temple.
Cover all the must-see stops in history-packed Baku on this time-saver tour of the Azerbaijani capital. Full-day sightseeing tours include a mix of guided walks and convenient transfers in a climate-controlled bus or minivan, plus pre-booked admission tickets on a panoramic funicular ride to Highland Park. Other stops include Seaside Boulevard, Palace of Happiness, Maiden Tower, and the Carpet Museum.
Tour to Trails of fire Atesgah, Gala open air museum, Burning hills, Yanardag with euro5 standart car and professional tourguide who speaks English, Russian, Azerbaijani and Arabic. • Pick up and drop off from your location • Ateshgah (Fire temple) • Gala Open Air museum • Yanar dag (Burning hills) • Heydar Mosque
Azerbaijan’s capital is known both for its UNESCO-listed Old Town and its striking contemporary architecture. On this tour, discover Baku’s history and heritage; admire landmarks including the Flame Towers, Shirvanshahlar Palace, and Maiden Tower; take in the views from Upside hill; and sample typical Azerbaijan cuisine.
Discover the Fire Temple of the Zoroastrians and see Fire Mountain in this blazing tour. Visit Ateshgah, a 17th century temple and place of pilgrimage that was part of the fire worship practiced by Zoroastrians. From there travel to the fire mountain of Yanar Dag, where flames fed by the natural gas seeping from the ground leap almost 10 feet (3 meters) high.
Get out of the city and explore the nature of Azerbaijan on this private tour. Depart from your Baku hotel in a car with a driver and make your way towards Gabala. Visit Diri Baba Mausoleum and Shamakhi Juma Mosque. Ride in a historic Lada car to the Seven Beauties Waterfall. Head to Nohur Lake and take a boat trip. Take time to explore the city of Gabala and learn about its history from your guide.
Spend the day exploring three of Baku’s most interesting museums and get a bit of background on the Azerbaijani capital. Take guided tours of the Carpet Museum and learn about the ancient tradition of carpet making in the region, the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center, built by world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid, and the History Museum, to learn about the history of Azerbaijan from ancient times to present-day.
Get out of the city and explore the countryside of Azerbaijan on this full-day tour. Depart from your hotel and make your way to Guba. From there, board a 4x4 vehicle and travel to the village of Khinalig. With your guide, hike to villages in the foothills, including Galeykhudat and Gleykhudat. Enjoy a midday break for lunch.
Explore Baku and the surrounding area on this customizable full-day tour. In the company of a guide, depart from your hotel in a private vehicle and head out into Baku. Travel to Gobustan to visit the Gobustan Museum and admire the ancient rock carvings. Make stops at a mud volcano, the Fire Temple, Bibiheybet Mosque, and the Fire Mountain.
Explore the history and culture of the people who have lived in the region of Azerbaijan since ancient times. On this tour you will deepen your understanding of the area’s heritage by visiting three historical sites with a guide. See ancient artifacts at the Gala Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum Complex, the tower fortifications at the Mardakan Castle, and the burning mountain of Yanar Dag.
Step back in time and discover why Azerbaijan is called ‘The Land of Fire’ on this full-day tour from Baku. Visit the Gobustan National Park, with its prehistoric petroglyphs, the Zoroastrian Ateshgah, home to the fire-worshippers, and the burning mountain of Yanardag, which has never been extinguished. Sit down to a delicious lunch of typical Azerbaijani food included in the price of the tour.
Take a tour of Baku by night, and discover the city’s contemporary architecture, illuminated monuments, and traditional food. After starting in Baku Old City for a traditional Azerbaijan dinner, you’ll hop in a minivan for a panoramic nighttime tour of the sights. Look out for highlights such as the Maiden’s Tower and the city walls, and enjoy photo stops at the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center and Upland Park as you learn about the city from a local guide.
This tour is an excellent option if your time in the capital is limited and you want to see as much as possible in one day, or for visitors looking to get oriented in the city. You will see many of the modern and historic highlights of Baku, with tours, a short cruise, and a ride in the funicular to see a sweeping view of the city by night.
You will be picked up from your place early in the morning. We’ll drive more than 200 kilometres in total to see the ancient petroglyphs and mud volcanoes in Gobustan, the Ramana and Mardakan Castles, We can proudly say that this is going to be the oldest thing that you have ever seen in your life.
Book a private tour of Baku Old City, and enjoy a more personal approach with a guide just for your sole group. After a pickup from your hotel, you’ll travel to Baku’s historical center to discover its monuments and the history behind them. Highlights include the Maiden’s Tower, the Palace of the Shirvanshahs, and the outer city walls. Note that any entrance fees are at your own expense.
Admire the views from the peak of Beshbarmaq Mountain on this full-day tour. Depart from your Baku hotel with your guide and head north to the mountain. Travel partly by 4x4 and partly on foot to the top of the mountain, where you can pause to take pictures. Enjoy a lunch break midday.