UAE National Baku Azerbaijan Tour from Dubai with Tripfinder. Embark on an extraordinary 4-day odyssey and immerse yourself in the mesmerizing allure of Azerbaijan. Prepare for an unforgettable holiday as you traverse the vibrant city of Baku, where the collision of modernity and tradition creates a captivating tapestry. Feast your eyes upon the resplendent Flame Towers and Highland Park, offering a panoramic vista of the city and its glistening bay. Wander through the bustling Nizami Street and the sacred Alley of Martyrs, delving deep into the rich historical tapestry and cultural heritage of the region.
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|30-Nov-2023||د.إ 2,990.00||د.إ 3,490.00||د.إ 2,890.00||د.إ 2,790.00||د.إ 750.00||21||Book Now|
|Child (6 - 11yr)||د.إ 2,890.00|
|Child (2 - 5yr)||د.إ 2,790.00|
Day 01: Arrive in Baku – Evening Baku City Tour
We’re glad you’re here in Baku! When you arrive, a friendly member of our staff will welcome you and arrange for a transfer to the hotel. Get ready to start an interesting journey of Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan, after checking in and getting ready.
Our first stop will be the iconic Flame Towers Baku, one of the most famous landmarks in the city. Composed of three magnificent buildings, the Towers are adorned with LED screens that showcase various captivating visual displays in motion. The spectacle of lights is visible from all corners of the city, especially during the enchanting evening hours.
Next, we will stroll along the Alley of Martyrs, a place of great significance that is often visited by foreign dignitaries during their protocol visits. From here, we will be treated to a panoramic view of the city and its beautiful bay from Baku’s Highland Park, also known as Upland Park. This vantage point offers breathtaking vistas, making it the highest point in Baku.
As we continue our city tour, we will pass by the Baku Boulevard, where you can catch a glimpse of the magnificent International Mugham Center. This cultural institution was established to promote Azerbaijani ‘mugham,’ a traditional folk musical composition, to the world. The center is architecturally designed to resemble the national musical instrument, the ‘tar.’ Along the boulevard, you will also spot the Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum, an architectural marvel designed by Austrian architect Franz Janz, bearing the appearance of a gracefully rolled carpet.
Our tour continues to the lively Fountain Square, a popular public space teeming with a variety of restaurants, shops, and lively entertainment. This vibrant square is the hub of public festivals, shows, and celebrations, adding an exciting atmosphere to the city.
Finally, we will explore the charming pedestrian Nizami Street, once a bustling trading zone and now an avenue lined with an array of shops and boutiques, perfect for indulging in some shopping and cultural experiences.
After an enriching and eventful day, we will head back to the hotel for a restful overnight stay in Baku, anticipating more adventures to come.
Day 02: Gabala Tour + Cable Car
After a delightful breakfast at the hotel, get ready to explore the captivating beauty and historical significance of Gabala, one of Azerbaijan’s most picturesque provinces with a rich and ancient history.
Gabala holds a remarkable heritage, having served as the capital of Caucasian Albania, an ancient state that thrived in the region for over 600 years. As we journey towards Gabala, you will be enchanted by the enchanting landscapes that include the renowned Russian forest, scenic river valleys, the famous Chestnut forest, and charming villages.
Our first stop will be at an authentic bucket bazaar, a unique experience where fruits and vegetables are measured and sold by the bucket, adding a touch of tradition to your journey.
Next, we’ll visit the breathtaking Nohur Lake, offering a fabulous location with spectacular views of the majestic Caucasus Mountains. This picturesque setting provides a perfect opportunity to capture unforgettable moments through photographs.
Later, we’ll spend some time at the Tufandag Winter-Summer Tourism Complex, a versatile destination offering winter skiing adventures and summer cable car rides to the mountains, allowing you to appreciate the stunning landscapes all year round. The complex also hosts various entertainment options, including mountain climbing on ATV quad bikes, mountain biking, and horse riding, promising a memorable experience for every visitor.
For those seeking extra excitement, the Gabala Shooting Club in the village of Bum presents an optional opportunity to improve your aim amidst the beauty of the natural surroundings. This world-class shooting facility serves both as a recreational and entertainment center, catering to your interests and ensuring an enjoyable time.
After a day filled with exploration and memorable experiences, we’ll return to Baku for a relaxing overnight stay, cherishing the memories of the scenic wonders of Gabala.
Day 3: Full Day Guba Tour
Fuel up with a hearty breakfast at the hotel as we embark on a captivating full-day tour to Guba, a favored tourist destination renowned for its lush forests and breathtaking Caucasus Mountains.
Guba holds a special place in the hearts of visitors for its reputation as a hub of carpet weaving and its abundant apple orchards. Perched atop a cliff overlooking the Qudiyalchay River, the town of Guba offers a picturesque setting for our explorations.
Our journey will take us to several significant historical sites within and around Guba city. One such gem is the Juma (Friday) Mosque, an ancient mosque constructed from red bricks in 1802. With its cylinder-shaped structure and regular octagon form, characteristic of Guba’s mosques, this mosque conceals an unexpectedly spacious interior.
We will also visit the Sakina-Khanum Mosque, built in 1850 by the wife of Abbasgulu Agha Bakikhanov in honor of her husband, a renowned historian and writer who played a pivotal role in shaping Azerbaijani literature.
In the Agbil settlement of Guba, we’ll encounter three medieval mausoleums from the 16th century. While two of them boast traditional rectangular structures, the third showcases an elegant octagonal design, adding a touch of architectural diversity to our tour.
Of course, no Guba tour would be complete without a visit to a Carpet Weaving Factory! Here, you’ll witness the intricate craftsmanship behind Guba carpets, known for their nature-inspired designs, geometric patterns, and vibrant color palette. The dedicated artisans aim to preserve the ancient art of carpet weaving and pass on their skills and knowledge to future generations. After the factory visit, you’ll have the opportunity to purchase souvenirs and authentic carpets from a local carpet shop.
We’ll enjoy a delightful lunch in the enchanting Gachresh forest at a national authentic restaurant with a large terrace offering astonishing views of the mountains and forest. Savor the delicious eco-friendly fare, featuring fresh farm vegetables, succulent lamb and chicken kebabs, complemented by a selection of local homemade jams that are sure to delight your taste buds.
Continuing our journey, we’ll ascend towards the mountains above the Qudiyalchay River to witness the mesmerizing Mestdergah Waterfall. The pristine mountain air and the scenic landscapes will create a serene and unforgettable experience.
After an enriching day exploring the wonders of Guba, we’ll return to Baku, where you can enjoy a restful overnight stay.
Day 4: Absheron & Gobustan Tour – Departure
Enjoy a hearty breakfast at the hotel as we embark on an incredible journey through time and history. Today’s tour will take us to the Absheron Peninsula and Gobustan, a UNESCO-listed Historical-Artistic Preserve, where you can witness one of the first cradles of human civilization.
Only an hour’s drive from Baku lies the breathtaking Gobustan, which will be our first stop. This fascinating location is home to more than 6,000 prehistoric petroglyphs that date as far back as 40,000 years and show how our early ancestors lived. The Gobustan State Historical-Artistic Museum will provide you with an immersive experience through innovative technology, featuring touch screens with special multimedia programs, educational and entertaining games, interactive displays, and captivating 3D videos that will transport you back to prehistoric times.
Continuing our tour, we’ll make a stop at the remarkable Heydar Aliyev Centre, an architectural marvel designed by the renowned Zaha Hadid. The fluid and majestic design of this 21st-century masterpiece forms abstract waves and peaks, creating a visually stunning and ever-changing exterior, perfect for contemplation and photography.
Next, we’ll pause at the popular “I love Baku” sign, where you can capture some memorable photos. Our journey then takes us to the ancient Ateshgah Fire Temple in the village of Surakhani. This historical site has attracted visitors for centuries due to its naturally burning flames, which were once worshipped by Zoroastrians. Up until the 1880s, the temple was a prominent Hindu pilgrimage site for those who revered fire. It now serves as an attractive open-air museum that provides a window into the past.
The final stop on our “fiery tour” is the State Historical, Cultural, and Natural Reserve Yanardag, also known as the “Burning Mountain.” This unique complex is built around a hilltop where a natural gas pocket causes continuous flame eruptions. The fires of Yanardag have been burning for over 20,000 years and were described by Marco Polo in the 13th century. Visitors continue to be mesmerized by the eternal flames.
After the fascinating exploration of Absheron and Gobustan, you’ll have some shopping time if available before we proceed to the airport for your departure. Safe travels and farewell!
Embark on a spellbinding expedition to the mystical Gobustan’s Historical-Artistic Preserve, an ancient treasure trove adorned with petroglyphs that have withstood the ravages of time for over 40,000 years. Unlock the secrets of the past as you explore the groundbreaking Gobustan State Historical-Artistic Museum, where state-of-the-art technology whisks you away to the prehistoric era.
Venture into the enchanting province of Gabala, where nature’s grandeur beckons. Soar through the air on the Gabala cable car and behold the awe-inspiring Nohur Lake, mirroring the majestic Caucasus Mountains. Delight in the exhilarating Tufandag Winter-Summer Tourism Complex, where a plethora of thrilling activities, including mountain biking, ATV quad biking, and horse riding, await your adventurous spirit.
In Guba, encounter historical gems such as the ancient Juma Mosque and the graceful Sakina-Khanum Mosque, each resonating with its own unique tales of heritage. Marvel at the artistry of carpet weaving in a local factory, where intricate designs come alive before your very eyes. Indulge in a delectable lunch amidst the tranquility of the Gachresh forest, savoring eco-friendly delicacies while being embraced by nature’s serene embrace.
Embark on a mystical voyage to the enigmatic Absheron Peninsula, where the captivating Ateshgah Fire Temple has lured pilgrims and thrill-seekers for centuries. Stand in awe as the flames dance at the State Historical, Cultural, and Natural Reserve Yanardag, an ethereal spectacle that has mesmerized for over 20,000 years. Make sure that your travel documents are in order and embrace the excitement of exploring the unexpected wonders of Azerbaijan.
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