Explore el Parque nacional de Gobustan, uno de los sitios más populares en el país asiático de Azerbaiyán, en esta escapada guiada de un día desde Baku. El parque, declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, atrae a miles de visitantes cada año. Explore el museo de petroglifos, además de una gran variedad de antiguas tallas, reliquias, volcanes de lodo, y mucho más.
Este recorrido comienza en Sahil, una estación de metro de Bakú, la capital de Azerbaiyán. Disfrute de un viaje de 1,5 horas en dirección sur hasta el Parque nacional de Gobustan, oficialmente conocido como el paisaje cultural de arte rupestre de Gobustan. El parque es en realidad el lugar de emplazamiento de una colina y montaña en el extremo sudeste de la cadena montañosa del Gran Cáucaso en Azerbayán.
En el museo de petroglifos del parque, verá antiguos huesos humanos y herramientas de trabajo que se utilizaron hace miles de años durante el periodo mesolítico. En la montaña, podrá ver pinturas rupestres y tallas en un museo al aire libre.
Además, eche un vistazo a los volcanes de lodo en las inmediaciones. Azerbaiyán es conocida por sus volcanes de lodo activos, aproximadamente 300 en la costa, el mar y las islas de la zona.
Vusal was an excellent guide and he made the drive to the mud volcanoes and Gobustan National Park both incredibly fun and informative. We would recommend him and his colleague who drove to anyone wishing to see the incredible Petroglyphs in the region just south of Baku. Absolutely would recommend this tour to friends and family.
AWESOME! I don't know how long this secret will last actually the beautiful secret of Azerbaijan to be honest! - so while it does, GO FOR IT! A great, off the beaten track tour that is one of a kind. Our driver was great, it felt like a local tour with true local information... something you don't always get these days. We loved the mud volcanoes and the Gobustan National Park was like an added bonus! Great all around tour - highly recommend.
Overall it is an interesting experience at a good price. We first went to Gobustan National Park and then to the mud volcanos. Our guide at Gobustan Park answered all our questions. The only thing that we didn't like is that she seemed to be constantly at a rush as she would speak too fast and some people from the group couldn't follow her pace of changing the rooms in the museum. Another thing is that there were many groups at the same time in each room, which are generally small, making it difficult to listen to her if you couldn't stay next to her due to the noise. The rest of the tour was ok.
Our driver didn't speak English very well so sometimes there was some lack of communication. Nevertheless, we should give him some credits for helping a couple in our group who brought their baby girl with them.
Our trip to Gobustan and the Mud Volcanos was one to remember. My husband had food poisoning and refused to skip out on the trip. Our poor guide got more than she bargained for, as he got sick out the window on the way to the mud volcanos. why wouldn't he just skip the tour?????? the tour guide and driver were so kind and accommodating and made sure that my husband was as comfortable as possible - WAY ABOVE THE CALL OF DUTY. once we arrived to the volcanos, my husband was feeling much better and our tour guide enthusiastically showed us around terrain and made the trip enjoyable, educational and one that should not be missed.
The tour guide Sabina Mammedli is excellent. She explained everything very well and told many good and interesting stories. We first went to the Mud Volcano, and then we saw the museum of Gobustan and the national park. It's one of the best day trips I have in Azerbaijan. The price is very worthy. I highly recommend!