Day 1 Arrive in Baku
When you arrive in Baku Airport, you will be met with our local representative then You will be transferred to your hotel. You will check into hotel and fresh up at your Hotel. Overnight in Baku.
Day 2 Baku City Excursion
Breakfast at Hotel Proceed on a city This tour offers some of the city’s most beautiful landmarks like Highland Park , Flame towers, Mini Venice, Flag Square and Baku National Boulevard. Upland Park is located on a hill in the western part of the city. This is the best place to see the city and the Baku Bay which commands a breathtaking panorama of Baku. Flame towers is the tallest skyscraper in Baku and Completed in 2012, this trio of sinuous blue-glass skyscrapers forms contemporary Baku’s modern architectural signature. The design was conceived as a set of flames, driven from the ground up one of the main hills of Baku. Fire symbolizes energy and eternity, and also goes back to the ancient worship of this element. Baku National Boulevard ,the 2nd longest boulevard in the world, which is the favorite resting place of the Baku residents and capital guests, stretching for a long way along the seashore. Mini Venice is a “little Italian town” recreated at the seaside boulevard adds a special colour to the park. The Little Venice consists of several channels, where gondolas and gondoliers sail between the small bridges and invite the guests to a romantic journey. Flag Square , If you go a little further towards the city you will find yourself at the National Flag Square. In fact, you won’t be able to bass by without seeing it. In May 2010, this flagpole has been registered in the “Guinness book of records” as the tallest in the world. The museum building, below the flagpole’s pedestal, is designed in the shape of an eight-pointed star. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel in Baku.
Day 3 Baku - Gabala
After breakfast check out and proceed to Gabala . Gabala is considered a popular tourist destination due to the combination of a very good spring climate, mountainous landscape, and diverse fauna. Many sizable world hotel chains have a presence in the city.Natural climatic conditions of the region create opportunities for the development of both summer and winter tourism in the region. The northern side of Gabala belongs to the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus mountain range, the central part to Alazan-Haftaran valley, the southern part to Ajinohur upland. Furthermore, the highest mountain peak of the republic- Mount Bazarduzu (4466 meters) is situated in this region. Gabala is around 225Kms away from Baku. On arrival in Gabala you will enjoy the cable car ride and visit Nohur Lake. The cable car goes up to 1600-1900 meters. Cable car takes you to the top of the mountain and you will get a chance to see the beautiful Gabala from top. Nohur lake is beautiful quiet nature, clean water surface surrounded by high mountains – all this brings peace and a sense of distant exotic countries. Swimming in the Nohur lake is prohibited, however, fishing is allowed here – this is one of the main entertainment attractions that people enjoy near this place. Nohur lake which existed as a natural lake until 1949, used to be surrounded by a swamp covered with dense reeds and water plants and there was a lake with yellowish-green water in a deep groove in the central part of it. In 1949, by building a soil dam with 850 m length, 8-10 m height and 4-6 m width, a water-storage reservoir was constructed in the south part of this lake. Dinner at Indian restaurant and back to hotel. Over night stay at hotel in Gabala.
Day 4 Gabala Cable car
After breakfast check out and proceed to Gabala . Gabala is considered a popular tourist destination due to the combination of a very good spring climate, mountainous landscape, and diverse fauna. Many sizable world hotel chains have a presence in the city.Natural climatic conditions of the region create opportunities for the development of both summer and winter tourism in the region. The northern side of Gabala belongs to the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus mountain range, the central part to Alazan-Haftaran valley, the southern part to Ajinohur upland. Furthermore, the highest mountain peak of the republic- Mount Bazarduzu (4466 meters) is situated in this region. Gabala is around 225Kms away from Baku.
Day 05 Gabala -Baku
Breakfast at Hotel. Proceed to Gabala ,check into hotel. Afternoon procced for a tour of Old city of Baku the pearl at the heart of Azerbaijan’s cultural heritage, has a history of thousands of years and is located in the historic centre of ancient Baku, the capital city of the ancient state of the Shirvanshahs and symbol of Azerbaijani statehood .The historical and architectural reserve includes the Shirvanshah Palace, Maiden Tower, Medieval Market Square, Icheri Sheher Archaeological Museum, caravanserais, mosques, madrassahs, bath-houses, Baku Khans’ House also numerous rich residences of the ХIХ century
Day 06 Baku
Check out from Hotel and depart from the beautiful city of Baku with memories of a great tour of Azerbaijan.
Reasons to visit all year round From skiing in winter to autumn festivals, witnessing Novruz in spring and feeling the Caspian vibe in summer, there are great reasons to visit Azerbaijan throughout the year. Here’s a quick guide to what to expect in every season. Winter These winter months are the perfect time for a Christmas trip or New Year’s celebrations. From the beginning of December, festive cheer takes over Baku’s Fountains Square. While snow is a rarity in Baku, big Christmas trees and markets help to get everyone in the Christmas mood. For those who love a chilly mountain top, we could not recommend the ski resorts of Shahdag and Tufandag enough. Snow sports enthusiasts are welcome from December through to the end of March, and you can take your pick from the variety of hotels at each resort to suit how you want to usher the festive season in: snuggled up with your family, or on a romantic adventure with your loved one. Spring Spring in Azerbaijan is a special time as this is when nature awakens after its winter hibernation. What’s more, this is when we celebrate our favourite Azerbaijani holiday – Novruz – a festival of spring and the coming of the new year. All Azerbaijanis take part in this traditional holiday with their customs and rituals that provide the perfect opportunity to witness Azerbaijani culture and traditions at their finest. You’ll be welcome not just to watch but also take part in celebrations! Occupying the small gap between spring and summer, May is an ideal time to get out and explore Azerbaijan’s many historical monuments and natural beauties. Visit places like the Goygol and Maralgol lakes near Ganja and the ancient cities of Sheki and Gabala which will all delight you with their beauty. The Hirkan National Park is a great option for the ecotourists among you and especially beautiful at this time of year. Summer The period between early June and late August is Azerbaijan’s hottest and sunniest time. Summertime in Baku is the perfect medicine for those who crave respite from a long cold winter, especially if you paint your trip with the exciting colours of sunsets on the Absheron. Baku’s peninsula is lined with long beaches with all you need for a great summer holiday. Resorts have been built with excellent recreational facilities catering exclusively to your comfort. What’s more, this is a great time to tuck into Azerbaijani food and wine and to hunt for cultural and natural treasures in the countryside. Summertime is also the time for events and festivals. Experience big events like the Azerbaijan Grand Prix and the Summer International Music Festival or discover small folk festivals like the Nomadic Culture Festival in Gadabay – a great place to try traditional food and chat to local people! Autumn With cooler temperatures but still plenty of sunshine, this is a great season for long mountain walks, visiting national parks and enjoying exclusive spa breaks. Autumn in Baku is perfect for wandering around the city, but you can still venture from here far into the Caucasus Mountains. This is also the time of the annual grape harvest so why not pop into vineyards in Gabala, Ismayilli, Shamakhi or Goygol? Besides trying all the delicious local wines, you might also be invited to take part in picking the grapes. November is a great month for slowly taking in the beautiful colours of the Caucasus. Wrap up warm and venture out to scenic forests and lakes.
- Accommodation at the hotel in Baku city ( Breakfast basis )
- Private Transfer ( Airport – Hotel – Airport )
- Private Transportation during excursions
- English speaking Tour Guide Service
- Entrance fees ( Flame Mountain , Fire Temple , Gabala Cable Car )
- E-Visa fee
- Travel Insurance
- Tips for local guide and driver
- All services not mentioned as included
- Early check and Late check-out from the hotel
- Medical expenses if required.
- Meals (Lunch & Dinner)unless mentioned in inclusions