Azerbaijan tours

Azerbaijan tours, Kyrgyzstan tours.

Day 1: Baku
Meet a guide at the airport in Baku, a lovely Caspian Sea city with a rich cultural legacy. After you get at the hotel, you will be able to unwind for a while. After lunch, you'll continue on a tour of Baku's ancient and modern attractions, including a walking tour of the city's core zone that highlights the city's most important historical and architectural monuments. The Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center, which has lately become one of the world's most spectacular and contemporary structures, will be our next visit. Zaha Hadid, a well-known architect, considered it. The inside of this edifice, with its strong lines and amazing light play, invites visitors to witness temporary, frequently historical exhibitions depicting Azerbaijani culture. Fans of modern architecture will remember this one-of-a-kind location for a long time. Aliyev's center, one of Baku's few notable and popular public spaces, is lushly groomed and offers a breathtaking perspective of the cityscape. Stay in a hotel for the night.

Day 2: Baku
After breakfast at a hotel, you will be taken on a guided tour of the "Old Town." Icheri Sheher is a historic residential enclave encircled by castle walls in Baku's city district. Among the hundreds of historical landmarks on the grounds of the old city are the Market Square, Juma Mosque, Synyk Gala Castle, Caravanserais, temples, the Maiden Tower of the XII century, residential constructions, and the Palace of the Shirvanshahs of the XV century. You'll also go to Ali Shamsi's workshop. Hundreds of other ancient structures may be found in the Old Town, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is protected by the organization. You'll have some free time after lunch before taking a moonlight stroll across Baku as the sun sets. You'll meander through the city's historic streets, taking in the starry sky and dozens of lights. You'll be staying in a hotel for the night.

Day 3: Baku - Gobustan - Baku
The tombs of Ukeima Khanum, a descendent of the Prophet Muhammad, and other notable persons will be visited first thing in the morning. Then we'll go to the "Gobustan Rock Carving Reserve." There are around 6,000 rocks here that date back more than 30,000 years. We'll go 10 kilometers off-road after Gobustan to the surface of Absheron's active volcanoes. We return to Baku after lunch and visit the world-famous Carpet Museum. Among the 10,000 pieces in the museum are pottery, metal and bronze jewelry, metal artifacts from the 14th century, carpets and rugs from the 17th to the 20th centuries, gold and silver jewelry, national costume and needlework, and modern works of applied art. You'll be spending the night in a hotel.

Day 4: Baku - Lankaran (Girkansky reserve) - Baku
The morning begins with a visit to the Hirkan Nature Reserve, which is on the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage. It is a magnificent natural complex of relict subtropical forests located in a distinctive transition zone between humid and dry subtropics. Boxwood, ironwood, velvet maple, giant figs, silk acacia, and a broad variety of vines may be found here. On the reserve's land, a total of 1900 plant species have been gathered, with 160 of them being unique to the Talysh mountains. Furthermore, the region is home to a wide variety of animals. The superb leopard, Caucasian lynx, stone marten, porcupine, Talysh spotted woodpecker, Iranian robin, Persian snake, and other species have been sighted. Lunch at a lovely restaurant with a folklore and dance group called Nyanyalar, or Grandmothers, is available for an additional fee. Let's go back to Azerbaijan. You will spend the night at the hotel.

Day 5: Baku - Shemakha - Gabala - Sheki
After breakfast, we depart Baku for Shamakha. Our first visit in Maraza will be seamlessly integrated inside the rock-cut mausoleum of Sheikh Diri Baba. The architecture of the place is notable for its geometric pattern symbolism, and the location has bloomed into a fantastic mythology. Then we'll go to Shamakhi, a historic city that has hosted many big events in its two thousand-year history. There, we'll view the gorgeous and historic Juma Mosque. After that, go to Gabala to see the Albanian church in Nij, the birthplace of the Udins. Between the third and seventh century BC, the Udins were one of the 26 Albanian tribes that made up the Albanian monarchy. They are the forefathers of modern Azerbaijanis. We go to the Aspi Winery for a wine tasting and lunch after getting to know Udinami. When you arrive in Sheki, make a hotel reservation. Mugam sings country music for diners in a restaurant. Mugam is an Azerbaijani traditional music style.

Day 6: Sheki - Baku
Our journey to Sheki begins in the early morning hours. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Azerbaijan, rising 700 meters above sea level and built in the manner of an old amphitheater surrounded by mountains and oak trees. At the Shebeke workshop, we'll learn how to make Sheki Halva. Then we'll go to Kish, a lovely Caucasian village with stone cottages and cobblestone streets that was formerly the capital of the local khanate. You'll take a trip to the Sheki Ipek Silk Mill after lunch. Both Azerbaijan and Sheki are quite proud of their kelagai. It's a traditional silk headband for women. It's on the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Visit Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan. You'll be staying in a hotel for the night.

Day 7: Baku - Absheron Peninsula - Baku
Gala's Historical and Archaeological Museum is the first intriguing stop on our itinerary. During the Bronze Age, the first human communities arose. On the grounds of an archaeological site, an open-air museum has been created near a 5th century castle. After exploring the local sights, we'll go to an antiques museum.  Following that, you'll pay a visit to the well-known Ateshgah Temple of Fire Worshipers. Crude oil is the source of this never-ending conflagration. After lunch, you'll go on an exciting journey to Yanardag - Burning Mountain. For thousands of years, the hill has been on fire. When you get in Baku, you will go to the local green market. You will spend the night at the hotel. 

Day 8: Baku - Airport
Today is transfer to airport in the morning.


Price per person:
02 pax - 1 215 $
04 pax - 885 $
06 pax - 755 $
08 pax - 725 $
10 pax - 680 $
Single - 140 $  

- Guide
- Transport
- Full board
- Accommodation:
            Baku - "Atropat"/ "Modern Hotel"/ "Parkway Inn" Hotel 4*
            Sheki - "Issam Hotel & Spa" Hotel 4*
- Entrance fees to museums
- Drinking water (0.5 liters) per day per person
Not included:
- Visa
- Flights
- Single room
- Medical insurance
- Photo and video charges in museums and monuments