Azerbaijan Tour with wizz air from Abu Dhabi 2024

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Step into a world where ancient traditions harmonise with modern marvels, and where history whispers its tales through intricate architecture and breathtaking landscapes. Welcome to Baku, a city of contrasts and wonders that awaits your exploration. From its vibrant cityscape to the tranquil beauty of its surroundings, your journey here promises to be a tapestry woven with culture, history, and adventure. Let’s embark on an unforgettable voyage through the heart of Baku and beyond, where each day brings new discoveries and cherished memories.

Start your journey with a panoramic tour that reveals Baku’s iconic landmarks and breathtaking skyline. From the National Assembly to the towering Flame Towers, you’ll be swept up in the city’s dynamic energy. Traverse Highland Park and stroll along the scenic Caspian Sea bay via the Alley of Martyrs. The historic heart of Baku, the Old City, awaits exploration, offering a glimpse into the city’s storied past. Nizami Street beckons for shopping, while “Little Venice” charms with its picturesque allure.

Embark on a full day of discovery in Gabala, a region that seamlessly blends history and natural beauty. Uncover the historical tapestry of Gabala, once the capital of Caucasian Albania. Delight in the city’s diverse culture and unique climate, influenced by the mountains. Gabala’s economic tapestry spans agriculture, tourism, and industry. Explore its captivating waterfalls, pristine streams, and enjoy its vibrant cultural scene. The Gabala International Music Festival adds to the city’s allure. From Gabaland to the Tufan Dag Ski Complex, the day promises adventure.

Your exploration continues with Tripfinder, with a full day of Absheron and Gobustan wonders. Visit the revered Ateshgah Temple, a testament to ancient beliefs and natural wonders. Marvel at the spectacle of Yanardag, where flames dance on the mountainside. Discover the history of Gobustan National Park and its ancient rock art. Mud volcanoes provide a unique geological experience. As the day draws to a close, return to your Baku hotel, reflecting on the diversity of experiences enjoyed.

Embrace the magic of Baku and its surroundings, where history, culture, and nature converge to create an unforgettable journey.


Package Includes

  • Flight Ticket:AUH
  • 8 kg of hand carry
  • Accommodation: 4*
  • 3N: Stay at the Parkway Inn and Spa or something similar.
  • Room: 1 double
  • Bed &Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Nizami Street and Highland Park
  • Baku city tour and Shopping tour
  • Full Day Gabala Tour + Cable Car
  • Absheron-Ateshgah Temple and Yanardag Burning Mountain
  • Gobustan
  • Travel Insurance
  • English SpeakingDriver
  • Tours and transfers on a private basis
  • Water during tours
  • Entrance: Taxi for mud volcanoes, Fire Temple, 2 lines of cable car in Gabala ,  Fire Mountain , Gobustan Museums
  • Private tours and transfers


Departure Date Adult Single Child (6 - 11yr) Child (2 - 5yr) Infant Seats Book
د.إ 1,599.00 د.إ 2,050.00 د.إ 1,499.00 د.إ 1,430.00 د.إ 600.00
Departure Date
Adultد.إ 1,599.00
Singleد.إ 2,050.00
Child (6 - 11yr)د.إ 1,499.00
Child (2 - 5yr)د.إ 1,430.00
Infantد.إ 600.00



Get a welcome in Baku from the representative; obtain a ride to the hotel. Continue your sightseeing Our itinerary begins with a panoramic tour. The National Assembly, popularly known as Milli Majlis, Flame Towers—the tallest skyscraper in Baku, Highland Park—and the Alley of Martyrs stroll along the south-facing bay of the Caspian Sea’s Baku Boulevard. It usually begins in Freedom Square and travels westward to the Old City and beyond. The length of the Yeni Bulvar (New Boulevard) has nearly doubled since 2012, reaching 3.75 kilometres. The historical centre of Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, is known as the Old City or Inner City. The Old City, the oldest section of Baku, is well-protected by walls around it. In 2007, there were roughly 3000 people living in the Old City. The Old City of Baku, which includes the Maiden Tower and Palace of the Shirvanshahs, was the first place in Azerbaijan to be recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in December 2000. For shopping, go to Nizami Street. It is possible to trace the origins of the street back to Baku’s municipal planning endeavours in 1864. From west to east, the roadway passes through the centre of the city. In the city’s mountainous area, it starts at Abdulla Shaig Street and finishes at a railway bed on Sabit Orujov Street, close to a memorial to Shah Ismail Khatai in the ‘Black City’. 3,538 metres is the total length of the street. Fountains Square is a public space in the heart of Baku, the nation’s capital. Previously known as Parapet, the square is frequently referred to by that name today. The term “fountains square” refers to the numerous fountains that are present there and were first built while Azerbaijan was ruled by the Soviet Union. The square is a popular gathering spot for the general public, especially after work and on weekends. Visit the 1960-built little village of “Little Venice” on Baku Boulevard. There are several tiny and two large islands in the town. Remain in a hotel in Baku.


Breakfast at the hotel; sightseeing Gabala is a stunning region of Azerbaijan with a lengthy history. This city (Kabbalah) once served as Caucasian Albania’s capital for 600 years. This area is home to numerous historical and cultural landmarks from various ages. Gabala is a popular tourist destination thanks to its stunning scenery and advanced infrastructure.

 Gabala, a small city in northwest Azerbaijan, has a diverse ethnic composition and a climate influenced by mountains. Its economy is mainly agricultural, tourist-based, and has some manufacturing industries. Gabala is known for its waterfalls, mountain streams, hunting, and fishing. The city is also known for its Gabala International Music Festival, which attracts many fans. Gabala offers various attractions, including amusement parks, ice skating rinks, Gabala Mall, and the Tufan Dag Ski Complex.

The “7 Gozel” waterfall, one of Azerbaijan’s most distinctive waterfalls, will be our next stop. We will also get an opportunity to see the stunning Nohur Lake. Gabala is also home to Gabaland, Azerbaijan’s largest outdoor theme park, which spans 16 hectares.

Tour schedule:

  • Leaving the hotel at 9:00 AM in a car;
  • Travelling to the Shamakhi region;
  • Driving to “Nohurgol” Lake in the Gabala district The lake is encircled by a forest, and you can stroll around the lake.

Nohurgol, a artificial lake in Gabala, is a popular recreation area with clear water and stunning views. The area is well-developed with tourist infrastructure, offering boat rentals, catamarans, and horseback walks. Nearby, there are cafes, restaurants, guest houses, and the Chenot Palace Health and Wellness Hotel. Visitors can also buy local canned food and jam at improvised counters. The Chenot Palace Health and Wellness Hotel is also located nearby.

  • Visit to the Sufi Dervish Mausoleum “Diri Baba”.

The Diri Baba Mausoleum, a 15th-century mosque, is a two-story structure on a glyptic cliff. It features a hall with an ogive and an octahedral cupola, decorated with mosaics by calligrapher “Dervish.” The unique construction, embedded in the cliff, has attracted pilgrims and curious people since the 17th century. The mausoleum is a masterpiece of Shirvan’s architectural school and a beautiful creation of ancient masters’ arts.

  • You can unwind here and even sail a boat on the lake.
  • Taking a trip to the Tufandag Complex, the world’s longest cable car, whether for skiing or just to take in the magnificent summer views of the Alpine countryside behind Gabala.
  • Visiting the “YeddiGozal” waterfall (Seven Beauties) or the Qabala Shooting Club for a shooting experience.

Yedi Guzel Falls, also known as the Seven Beautiful Waterfalls, is a popular tourist destination in Gabala, the highest waterfall in the country. At an altitude of 53 metres, the waterfall consists of seven stages, with two small waterfalls below and five more up the stairs. Visitors can enjoy a mysterious panorama, a restaurant, and a tea house. The waterfall is often dark and cold due to its dense forest, making it an ideal destination for adventure seekers.

  • Travelling to Gabaland, Azerbaijan’s first theme park, which is a blessing for local families and offers activities for all ages.
  • Overnight stay in  Baku.


After a delicious breakfast,

Proceed for a full day Absheron and Gobustan tour.
Visit the Fire Temple 
Visit Fire Mountain 
After our lunch break, we will visit Gobustan National Park, 3D museums, and rock arts 
Visit to Mud Volcanoes with Lada Cars

Drive to the FIRE WORSHIPPERS’ TEMPLE after getting set to read. The best-preserved fire temple is Ateshgah (“the Fire Place”) in Surakhany. The temple was constructed above a natural gas pocket that fed a vent that provided an “eternal” fire. Visit “FIRE MOUNTAIN” (also known as “Yanardag”), a mountain on the Absheron peninsula located 25 kilometres north of Baku. “Yanardag” means “blazing mountain” in its literal sense. Flames dance across the floor and on the stones. Yanardag is a gas-fired appliance. 

Day 4: Departure

Breakfast at the hotel, check out, and fly back home after a memorable trip.

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We shall not accept any liability or responsibility for any damages, loss, baggage loss, injury, accident, death, breakdown, or irregularity that may occur in carrying out the tour arrangement, weather conditions, strikes, war, quarantine, or any other cause whatsoever, and all such losses or expenses must be borne by the passengers.
In case of unavailability in the mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel.
Any meals and services not mentioned in the itinerary are not included.
You are fully responsible for verifying and obtaining the documents required for your trip and visa.
Check-in to the hotel is always 1400–1500 hours, and check-out is always 1100–1200 hours. Early check-in and late checkout are subject to availability unless otherwise specified in the inclusion column.
No refund is provided by the hotel for late check-in or early check-out.
Activities are optional. Ex: Paragliding, skiing, etc.
A strict cancellation policy will apply, and no waivers or refunds are possible in cases of deportation or any other reason for a no-show.
Passports and UAE residents visas must be valid for 6 months to avail of the on arrival facility 
USD 26 Visa fees can be paid directly, or an e visa can be arranged 

Note: Rates are subject to availability at the time of confirmation. Passports and UAE residence visas must be valid for up to 6 months from the date of travel. Visa approvals are subject to the embassy’s description 

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