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At this tour you will be enjoyed the most beautiful sights of Azerbaijan and Georgia. We will start from Baku, will continue with Shamakhi, Lahic, Qabala, Sheki, Zaqatala in Azerbaijan and will pass the border to the Georgia. In Georgia we will visit Sighnaghi the city of love and Tbilisi.
The tour will start in Azerbaijan and will finish in Georgia. Please get your flight tickets accordingly.
You will be provided with accommodation, private car, guide&driver, entrance fees. We are also welcome to customize the tour according to your needs.
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. A tour guide and transportation to all of the sights from your hotel are included.
This is the most recommended tour, if below written one or more circumstances matches with You:
• If You don't need a tour guide
• if You want more privacy during the tour
• If You want to go to a multi-day tour
• If You want to discover more regions of Azerbaijan in a short time period
• If You travel to Georgia after Azerbaijan
• or if You travel to Azerbaijan from Georgia
• Visit the most historical cities of Azerbaijan in 2 days
• The tour to popular Silkway Road in Azerbaijan
• More privacy, flexible timing in each sight and city
• For those who travel from or to Georgia
• Complimentary round-trip transportation from your hotel
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.
Visit one of Azerbaijan’s oldest cities and its newest resort town during this full-day tour from Baku. Take a tour of Gabala and see its key landmarks such as Juma Mosque, Maraza Village, Nohur Gol Lake, the Tufandag cable car, and the Seven Beauties Waterfall. Learn about the history of the ancient city from your guide as you explore ancient monuments and more modern additions.
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.
This is an all-included tour you will pay once and after you will not be charged throughout the tour. In this tour, unlike other companies, we will take you to 6 places, not 4 and also we are offering an open buffet.
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.
Baku Walking Tour offers a walk through the most historic sightseeing highlights of Baku, the Fountains Square and four UNESCO sites in Old Town (Icherisheher) meanwhile reflecting on Baku’s past and the transformation that brought by oil barons and their quest for personal glory and fame.
You will also get acquainted with the social, cultural, political aspect of every-day life in Baku on the background of stories based on the real life of oil barons in late 19th and early 20th century as well as Soviet and modern times. You will have insight on of small medieval religious town’s transformation into a cosmopolitan city. The tour ends at the main street of downtown (Nizami).
Explore the oldest part of the city on 2.5 hours walking
Hear legends about prominent Oil Barons
Understand the social dynamics of city life
Soak up the atmosphere in the oldest part of the city
Located in Upper Caucasus, Lahij was built in 5th century BC, and in 1980 was announced as Historical-Cultural Reserve of Azerbaijan. Tat - the dialect of Old Persian - remains to this day the primary language in the village. Lahij has preserved its culture and trade, and is considered as craft center of the Great Silk Road up to now.
SK International Travel and Tourism Offer Great Experience in Baku. During the Tour Photo Shot will be free by Professional Photographer. WiFi will be free during Whole Tour. Professional English Speaking Guide. Comfortable Air Conditioned/Heated Vehicle. One Bottled Water will be served free.
Lunch will be at Local Cuisine Buffet Restaurant will cost you 6$
Just outside the city center of Baku is the Gobustan-Absheron region, home to a number of historic and natural monuments. Embark on a small-group tour to discover a few of Azerbaijan’s most important landmarks including the bubbling mud volcanoes, the rock petroglyphs, the Temple of Fire, and the Yanar Dag burning hills. This tour is inclusive of a delicious lunch of the country’s national dishes and all entrance fees.
Gobustan National Museum and Open Air Rock Art Museum - It is historical ancient place which included to the UNESCO Heritage list. Gobustan is very rich with archaeological monuments.
Mud Vulcanos - Nearby to Gobustan we will travel to see Mud Vulcanos.
The unique Ateshgah Fire Temple - is one of Azerbaijan’s most remarkable sight. According to historical sources, before the construction of the Indian Temple Of Fire in Surakhani at the end of the 17th, the local people also worshiped at this site because of the “seven holes with burning flame”.
Yanar Dag (Fire Mountain) - Yanar Dag is a natural gas fire which blazes continuously on a hillside on the Absheron Peninsula on the Caspian Sea near Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan (a country which itself is known as "the Land of Fire"). Flames jet into the air 3 metres (9.8 ft) from a thin, porous sandstone layer.
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.
Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia Tour 12 days
Discover three countries Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan- in just one tour. The soaring Caucasus Mountains separate Europe from Asia, and the South Caucasus countries are on that borderline. Inhabitants of Azerbaijan burned crude oil in their lamps before anyone knew what it was. Beautiful, rocky Armenia was the first country to adopt Christianity as its official religion. And Georgia, acclaimed for its fabulous food and drink, claims to be the first area to cultivate the wine grape. These countries are distinguished by their distinct histories, traditions, cultures and natural surroundings
Gobustan National Museum and Open Air Rock Art Museum - It is historical ancient place which included to the UNESCO Heritage list. Gobustan is very rich with archaeological monuments. Mud Vulcanos - Nearby to Gobustan we will travel to see Mud Vulcanos. The unique Ateshgah Fire Temple - is one of Azerbaijan’s most remarkable sight. According to historical sources, before the construction of the Indian Temple Of Fire in Surakhani at the end of the 17th, the local people also worshiped at this site because of the “seven holes with burning flame”. Yanar Dag (Fire Mountain) - Yanar Dag is a natural gas fire which blazes continuously on a hillside on the Absheron Peninsula on the Caspian Sea near Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan (a country which itself is known as "the Land of Fire"). Flames jet into the air 3 metres (9.8 ft) from a thin, porous sandstone layer.
Travel into the Azerbaijan mountains from Baku on a full-day tour that explores Shamakhi and Qabala. Without your own transport reaching the two remote destinations from Baku would be a challenge, but pre-booking a cost-effective group adventure takes the hassle out of the journey; less time spent on logistics buys you more time to discover Azerbaijani food, walk by a mountain lake, and check out alpine scenery.
Escape the hustle and bustle of Baku and discover the unique surroundings of the ‘Land of Fire.’ Discover the unique landmarks of the Absheron region including the Gobustan rock petroglyphs, the bubbling mud volcanoes, the Yanar Dag burning hills, and much more. Learn about Azerbaijani history and culture from your tour guide and enjoy round-trip transportation from your Baku accommodation.
Explore two historic, ancient places — Yanar Dag and Mystic Atesghag — on this 3-hour tour from Baku. Learn about the history, facts, and legends from your guide. All entrance fees and round-trip transportation from a central meeting point in Baku included.
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.