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Full-Day Gobustan & Absheron Tour with All Entrance Fees

1. Full-Day Gobustan & Absheron Tour with All Entrance Fees

Following a morning pickup from your accommodation in Baku, head in direction of Gobustan. Make a stop to visit an industrialized oil well close to the Bibi-Heybat Mosque. The journey continues to the Gobustan Museum of Petroglyphs, an indoor and outdoor museum located approximately 70 kilometers from Baku. Marvel at prehistoric rock drawings and petroglyphs which were carved by primitive men on walls of caves and on rocks, reflecting the culture, economy, and world outlook of the ancient Azeri people. Then, head to the coastal area of Azerbaijan, home to 400 mud volcanoes. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant savoring delicious Azerbaijani dishes. After lunch, visit the ancient Zoroastrian Ateshgah Temple, a former holy place for fire-worshippers. Round off the day with a visit to Yanardag, a natural gas fire that blazes continuously on a hillside on the Absheron Peninsula.

Half-Day Gobustan & Mud Volcanoes Tour with All Entrance Fee

2. Half-Day Gobustan & Mud Volcanoes Tour with All Entrance Fee

Gobustan & Mud Volcanoes tour is a half-day tour designed for tourists and visitors who are interested in the Stone Age period of humanity, Unesco’s World Heritage and history, also tourists will have a chance to see a group of mud volcanoes, Bibiheybat mosque, and the world’s 1st industrially drilled oil well. The tour lasts 4-5 hours and is run on the 1st part of the day. On the way to Bibiheybat guests will have a chance to see the world's first industrial oil well. The First Stop of the tour will be Bibiheybat mosque which includes the tomb of Ukeyma Khanum (a descendant of The Islamic Prophet Muhammad), and today is the spiritual centre for the Muslims of the region and one of the major monuments of Islamic architecture in Azerbaijan. The journey continues to the Gobustan Museum of Petroglyphs, an indoor and outdoor museum located approximately 70 kilometres from Baku. Whenever we reach to Gobustan area, will lead to the Mud Volcanoes. Home to the world's greatest concentration of mud volcanoes, the landscape around Baku might be described as messy, bubbling, and sometimes explosive. The country is thought to have nearly 400 mud volcanoes and while they never grow to the size of a normal volcano, topping out at around 10 kilometres in diameter and 700 metres in height (among the largest mud volcanoes in the world are Boyuk Kanizadag and Toraghai, both in Azerbaijan), they do occasionally get the chance to show off.

From Baku: Gabala and Shamakhi Nature Tour

3. From Baku: Gabala and Shamakhi Nature Tour

After pickup from your hotel in Baku, head off into the Azerbaijani mountains for a full-day adventure. You’ll start in the Shamakhi region, visiting the Juma mosque, dating back to the 12th century. Driving through the picturesque northeastern caucasian mountains, you’ll arrive in Gabala. After sitting down for a lunch of traditional Azerbaijani delicacies, you’ll head off into the verdant mountains that Gabala is renowned for. At the foot of Mount Tufandagh, you’ll board a cable car to head up to the top of the mountain to gaze upon the lush valleys beneath you.  Afterwards, head off to Nohur Lake, known for its emerald-green waters surrounded by stately mountains. Next, you’ll visit the hill up to the 7 Beauties Waterfall, named for the 7 stages of the falls. After taking in innumerable natural beauty, you’ll head back to your accommodation in Baku.

From Baku: Gobustan-Absheron Mud Volcanoes Day Trip

4. From Baku: Gobustan-Absheron Mud Volcanoes Day Trip

Embark on an enchanting journey to unravel the rich tapestry of Azerbaijan's history and natural wonders on a day trip from Baku to Gobustan and Absheron. Visit the Bibiheybat Mosque, Gobustan’s mud volcanoes, the Rock Art Museum, the Burning Mountain, the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Centre, and more. Begin your day with a visit to the Bibiheybat Mosque, a symbol of spiritual tranquility and architectural brilliance. Next, delve into history at the site of the first drilled oil well, a testament to Azerbaijan's pivotal role in the global oil industry, a story that continues to shape the nation. Prepare to be spellbound by the natural spectacle of Gobustan's mud volcanoes, creating a surreal lunar-like landscape, followed by an immersion into ancient petroglyphs at the Gobustan Rock Art Museum, offering a captivating glimpse into the art and culture of a bygone era. Continue the journey to the Fire Temple, a potent symbol of Azerbaijan's Zoroastrian heritage. Witness the mystical flames at the Yanar Dag Burning Mountain and encounter the deeply rooted traditions that continue to thrive in the heart of the country. Conclude your tour at the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Centre, a modern architectural masterpiece that stands in stark contrast to the historical sites you've visited, providing a fitting end to a day filled with diverse and awe-inspiring treasures.

Baku: Historic and Modern Baku Tour

5. Baku: Historic and Modern Baku Tour

This spectacular tour is made up of three parts and will first show you examples of medieval architecture in Baku from the 12th century, followed by more recent architectural developments. The excursion will begin by the entrance gates to Gosha Gala Gapisi in the Old City. The Old City is a UNESCO world-heritage listed site and is almost an open-air museum with many sights to see. After that, you will get to see some of the 19th and 20th-Century buildings in the city, which are mainly linked to the oil boom and the history of the Russian Empire. The final part of the tour discusses the Soviet occupation of Azerbaijan and life in Baku today. All the key parts in the old city are covered during the Baku tour, such as the Maiden Tower, Juma Mosque, and Shirvansah's Palace, along with a Funicular ticket.

Baku: Atashgah Fire Temple & Burning Mountain Half-Day Tour

6. Baku: Atashgah Fire Temple & Burning Mountain Half-Day Tour

The First stop of this experience will be Ateshgah Fire Temple. There is a temple 21 km east of Baku, with permanent natural gas flowing from under the ground which Indian merchants built in the 18th century. Guests will have a chance to explore Fire Whorshipping rituals from the world's oldest religion. Ateshgah is a very unique place that resembles a small fortress with cells inside the stoned–fenced courtyard. While Enjoying The fireplace which is located with natural gas ventilation in the centre, ignited a massive fire in the middle and four smaller fires on the pavilion’s rooftop corners. guests will have a chance to witness A number of small cells circling the Temple Fireplace containing ascetic believers and pilgrims. The next stop of This Experience is Yanardag State Historical, Cultural and Natural Reserve. It takes around 35 to 40 minutes to reach there The main attraction of Yanardag, which literally means “burning mountain”, is a spectacular hill with a constantly burning wall of flames. Thanks to tectonic shifts and volcanic material below the earth’s surface, natural gas leaks from the rocks. The Italian trader and traveller Marco Polo even mentioned the flames during his travels to Baku and its surroundings, but most probably the fire has been burning for over more years at Yanardag.

From Baku: Quba and Khinaliq Village Tour

7. From Baku: Quba and Khinaliq Village Tour

Enjoy a scenic journey through the mountainous Khizi District of northeastern Azerbaijan on a guided day trip from Baku. Experience local village life during visits to Quba and Khinaliq, and enjoy lunch while surrounded by the lush forest. Arrive in the city of Quba, located in the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains. Stop at the Qecresh Forest to enjoy nature. After exploring the highlights of Quba, take a break for lunch in the peace of a secluded forest. Then, travel to the remote mountain village of Khinalig, thought to be the highest inhabited village in the Caucasus Mountains. During the winter season, the visit to Khinaliq is replaced by the Shahdag Mountain Resort in the Gusar region. After a day of exploration, return to Baku to conclude your tour.

Private Transfer from/to Baku Airport (GYD)

8. Private Transfer from/to Baku Airport (GYD)

The private transfer service is a pre-booked service that you can arrange online in advance of your trip. Your driver will be waiting to greet you at your specific arrivals gate on the day of your arrival. The driver will wait for you even if you flight is delayed. Your driver will identify himself at the gates with a card with your name on it. You will then be escorted to your private waiting car and he will assist you with your luggage. You will then be chauffeured in an air-conditioned, comfortable car (or minivan depending on the size of your group) to your destination. Your driver will also help you with your bags. The advantage of a private transfer is that everything can be arranged in advance of your trip so you have peace of mind. Even if there is a public transport strike or a taxi strike your private transfer will still operate as normal giving you peace of mind that you can start your holiday off on a good note. With a private transfer, you will experience a more personalized service making the entire transfer from start to finish an enjoyable experience. There is no need to work out your route, handle foreign currency or feel anxious about not being able to speak the language - everything is arranged for you in advance. Please find below reasons why a private transfer would be beneficial over a normal public transport ride: - You want the most comfortable, convenient and secure way to transfer from Baku Airport - You appreciate personalized attention with someone who will be waiting to assist you from your arrivals gate - You have not visited Baku before and do not speak the language - You are traveling on a long-haul flight and are likely to have jet-lag. Sorting out your onward journey can be stressful under these conditions - You have a special occasion in which you want everything to go smoothly - You are OK with paying a little more for comfort - You don't want to deal with the inconvenience of possible strike action by public transport workers or taxi drivers - You want to arrange and book your transfer in advance of your trip

Baku: Gobustan National Reserve Half day Guided Trip

9. Baku: Gobustan National Reserve Half day Guided Trip

Travelling to the Past ? Its possible with this Half Day trip . Give a chance to the guide - and travel to centurys before , experience the original stones , masmarazing Mud volcanos . Explore the Gobustan with professional local guide . Smooth drive will take you to another century in hours . Prefessional Guide will give you all information with details about Gobustan . Entrance to Bibi Heybat Mosque, one of the richest temples in Islamic history. ( on the way - outside view )Visit the world's first industrially drilled oil well and take a photo at the location where the James Bond movie was shot . An exhibition of the shipping history of Azerbaijan on a real ship . This tour is real exprienced , tested by professional team - and its some of best half day tour options available here . Lets check together ....

Baku: Private Transfer to/from Heydar Aliyev Airport

10. Baku: Private Transfer to/from Heydar Aliyev Airport

Enjoy a safe and assuring direct private airport transfer from Heydar Aliyev International Airport right to your accommodation in Baku. Choose from a roundtrip or a 1-way service. Be greeted by your driver waiting at the arrival hall with a sign displaying your name. Rest assured knowing that your pickup is secure, even if there is a delay with your flight. Save yourself having to carry heavy bags and navigating the public transportation system. Relax knowing that all vehicles are regularly maintained to the highest of standards.

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