Overview

Explore the captivating wonders of Azerbaijan with our  tour. Begin your adventure with a

seamless transfer to your chosen hotel, where you can indulge in a delicious breakfast and

check-in for a comfortable stay. Discover the rich cultural heritage with visits to iconic

landmarks such as the oldest Jame Mosque, Highland Park, and the Heydar Aliyev Center.

Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of attractions like the 7 Beauties Waterfall and

Tufandag Resort. Our carefully curated itinerary includes stops at historical sites like Kish

Temple and Khan Palace, as well as modern marvels like the Bibi-Heybat Mosque. Experience

the thrill of cable car rides, zip lining, and more at Shahdag Summer & Winter Resort. As

each day unfolds, enjoy the convenience of transfers and the assurance of a restful overnight

stay in select hotels. Uncover the treasures of Azerbaijan with our meticulously designed tour

for an unforgettable journey.


Few Information about the places we will be visiting.

  • The Kish Temple, an ancient Christian church located in the village of Kish, Azerbaijan, stands as a testament to Caucasian Albanian architecture and is considered one of the oldest churches in the Caucasus region, dating back to the 12th century or earlier.

  • Nohur Lake, nestled in the foothills of the Greater Caucasus Mountains near Ganja, Azerbaijan, captivates visitors with its crystal-clear blue waters and picturesque surroundings, offering a serene escape for activities such as fishing, picnics, and hiking within the scenic beauty of Göygöl National Park.

  • The Khan's Palace in Sheki, Azerbaijan, a masterpiece of Azerbaijani architecture dating back to the 18th century, showcases stunning stained glass windows, intricate frescoes, and ornate design, providing a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of the region.

  • The Karvansaray, an ancient caravanserai in Sheki, Azerbaijan, stands as a testament to the Silk Road's historical significance, offering travelers a glimpse into the past with its well-preserved architecture and serving as a cultural symbol of trade and hospitality.

  • The Bio Garden in Sheki, Azerbaijan, is a flourishing haven where sustainable and organic farming techniques come together, creating a lush environment that not only cultivates a variety of crops but also serves as an educational space promoting eco-friendly practices and biodiversity.

  • Azerbaijan's mud volcanoes, including the notable site near Gobustan, offer a unique geological spectacle, where bubbling mud and occasional eruptions create a lunar-like landscape, attracting visitors to witness this fascinating natural phenomenon.

  • The Gobustan Museum, situated near the ancient rock engravings of Gobustan in Azerbaijan, serves as a captivating repository of prehistoric artifacts and archaeological finds, providing visitors with valuable insights into the rich history and cultural heritage of the region.

  • Gobustan National Park, renowned for its ancient petroglyphs, unveils a mesmerizing tableau of rock carvings that date back to the Stone Age, depicting scenes of daily life, wildlife, and rituals, making it a remarkable archaeological site in Azerbaijan

  • The Bibi-Heybat Mosque, located on the shores of the Caspian Sea in Baku, Azerbaijan, is a magnificent architectural masterpiece that beautifully blends traditional Azerbaijani and Ottoman design elements, offering both a place of worship and a cultural landmark for visitors to admire.

  • The Ateshgah Fire Temple, a historic religious site in Azerbaijan, and Yanardag, the mesmerizing Burning Mountain, together showcase the country's ancient connection to fire worship, with the temple featuring eternal flames and Yanardag perpetually aflame, providing a captivating glimpse into Azerbaijan's rich cultural and geological heritage.

  • Highland Park in Baku, Azerbaijan, offers a picturesque setting atop a hill, providing panoramic views of the city skyline and the Caspian Sea, making it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike to relax, enjoy the scenery, and appreciate the beauty of Baku.

  • The Azerbaijan Carpet Museum, situated in Baku, stands as a vibrant tribute to the country's rich carpet-weaving heritage, showcasing an impressive collection of exquisite Azerbaijani carpets and textiles, making it a cultural treasure trove for enthusiasts and visitors alike.

  • Little Venice, an enchanting part of Baku's Boulevard, immerses visitors in a whimsical atmosphere as they enjoy boat rides along its charming canals, surrounded by picturesque architecture and vibrant scenery, adding a delightful touch to the waterfront promenade experience.

  • The Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku, Azerbaijan, designed by renowned architect Zaha Hadid, stands as a futuristic architectural marvel, characterized by its flowing, curved form and innovative design, serving as a cultural hub and symbol of modernity in the heart of the city.

  • Embarking on an Old City tour in Baku, Azerbaijan, takes you on a captivating journey through narrow cobblestone streets and ancient architecture, offering a glimpse into the rich history of Icherisheher, the historic core, where centuries-old landmarks and cultural treasures await exploration.

  • Nizami Street, the bustling and vibrant heart of Baku, Azerbaijan, captivates visitors with its lively atmosphere, lined with a diverse array of shops, cafes, and boutiques, making it a popular destination for shopping, dining, and experiencing the city's dynamic urban life.

  • The Jama Mosque in Baku, Azerbaijan, often referred to as the Taza Pir Mosque, stands as one of the oldest mosques in the city, showcasing a blend of historic Islamic architecture and cultural significance, making it a revered site for those interested in the rich heritage of Baku.

  • The Seven Beauties Waterfall, nestled in the lush landscapes of the Caucasus Mountains in Azerbaijan, enchants visitors with its seven cascading tiers, creating a mesmerizing natural spectacle that harmonizes with the surrounding pristine wilderness, offering a tranquil escape for nature enthusiasts and hikers alike.

  • Tufandag Resort in Gabala, Azerbaijan, beckons winter sports enthusiasts with its snowy slopes, while the Tufandag Mountain Cable Car elevates the experience, providing breathtaking aerial views of the Greater Caucasus Mountains and enhancing the journey to the resort's alpine heights.


    Tour Cost : 59,999 per person + 5% GST 

Flight Details

Day 1 : Azerbaijan Airline - J260

Departure from Mumbai - 04.00 am

Arrival at Baku - 07.10 am 

Day 7 : Azerbaijan Airline - J259

Departure from Baku - 09.10 pm

Arrival at Mumbai - Arrival Next Day at 03.05 am 

6 Nights 7 Days 04 May and 08 Jun
Dates and Rates
date & duration price
Itinerary

Day 1 : Departure to Baku from your city

Experience a smooth transition as we arrange for a convenient transfer to your selected

hotel in Baku. Swiftly complete the check-in process, settling into your accommodation for a

comfortable and enjoyable stay. Relax and unwind, taking advantage of the hotel's amenities

and services as you prepare for a restful overnight stay in Baku. Evening Free to explore the local market on our own

Day 2  - Baku City Tour

Embark on an exciting day with a delicious hotel breakfast at 08:00, setting the perfect start

for your adventure. The guided tour commences at 10:00, leading you through notable

attractions such as Highland Park, the captivating Carpet Museum, and the charming Little

Venice and Boulevard. Marvel at the iconic Heydar Aliyev Center before indulging in a well

deserved lunch break. Continue your exploration with the Old City tour, immersing yourself

in the rich history and culture. Wander through the vibrant Nizami Street, experiencing its

lively atmosphere. As the day concludes, unwind and recharge for the next day's adventures

with a comfortable overnight stay at Hotel Baku.

Day 3 - Shamakhi & Gabala Tour

Commence your day with a delightful hotel breakfast at 08:00, setting the perfect foundation

for an exciting adventure that begins promptly at 09:00. Explore the cultural richness as you

visit the oldest Jame Mosque, immersing yourself in its historical significance. Take a leisurely

lunch break before continuing the journey to witness the awe-inspiring 7 Beauties Waterfall,

followed by a visit to Tufandag Resort, where an exhilarating Cable Car ride awaits. Delight in

the serenity of Nohur Lake before embarking on a scenic drive to your hotel in Sheki. Enjoy a

comfortable and restful overnight stay in Sheki, ensuring you wake up refreshed for the next

day's explorations.

Day 4 - Sheki Tour

Kickstart your day with a delicious hotel breakfast at 08:00, laying the foundation for an

enriching exploration. Embark on a cultural journey with visits to the historic Kish Temple and

the regal Khan Palace. Indulge in a satisfying lunch break, refueling for the adventure ahead.

Continue your discovery with stops at the charming Karvansaray, the vibrant Street of Sweets

and Potteries, and the rejuvenating Bio Garden. As the day unfolds, head back to the vibrant

city of Baku, where you'll cap off your experiences with a comfortable overnight stay,

ensuring you're ready for more adventures in the days ahead.

Day 5 – Gobustan, Mud Volcanoes & Absheron Tours

Fuel up for an exciting day with a scrumptious hotel breakfast at 08:00, gearing up fo

 journey to Gobustan that begins at 09:00. Immerse yourself in natural wonders as you

explore Mud Volcanoes and delve into the rich history at Gobustan Museum. Witness ancient

Petroglyphs in Gobustan National Park and marvel at the architectural beauty of Bibi-Heybat

Mosque. Following a well-deserved lunch break, continue your adventure with visits to the

mystical Ateshgah (fire temple) and the mesmerizing Yanardag (Burning Mountain).

Conclude your day's exploration and unwind with an overnight stay at Hotel Baku, ensuring

you're ready for more discoveries in the days to come.

Day 6 - Shahdag Tour

 

Start your day right with a delectable hotel breakfast at 08:00, preparing for

an unforgettable adventure with a transfer to Gusar. Explore the all-season

allure of Shahdag Summer & Winter Resort, where you'll take a well

deserved lunch break before diving into a myriad of exciting activities.

Experience the thrill of a cable car ride, zip lining, coaster rides, and more.

Your action-packed day concludes with a comfortable overnight stay at

Hotel Baku, ensuring you rest and recharge for the next set of exciting

experiences.

Day 7  Transfer to Baku Airport

Savor a delightful breakfast at your hotel and complete the check-out process.

Following that, arrange for a seamless transfer to the airport, ensuring a hassle-free transition as you embark on the next phase of your journey.


 

 

Inclusions/Exclusions

What is included in the tour

  •  Twin / Triple Sharing Accommodation as per itinerary
  •  Travel by Pvt Bus / Car as per itinerary
  •  Daily Breakfast at the Hotel + 6 Dinners at the Indian Restaurants 
  •  2 Bottles of 500 ml water per person (Daily)
  •  Visa Charges
  •  Entrance Tickets: Gabala Cable Car (02 Lines), Fire Temple + Burning Mountain, Gobustan Museum + Rock   Mountain, Taxi for Mud Volcan,Nohur Lake, 7 Beauties waterfall, Old City, Icerisheher, Miniatur Book Museum,   Chemberekend Garden, Shaki Khan Palace, Biogarden Sheki
  •  Trikon Lead and Expertise Charges

What is NOT included in the tour

  •  Flight tickets (expected 35K - 40k)
  •  Lunch 
  •  Guide charges and tips (can be divided in group)
  •  Any activity or sights not mentioned in itinerary
  •  Mineral Water
  •  5% GST and 5% TCS
Highlights
  • Azerbaijan boasts a rich cultural heritage influenced by Persian, Turkic, and Russian civilizations, creating a unique blend of traditions, music, dance, and art.
  • The country is home to historic landmarks such as the UNESCO-listed Old City of Baku, the Maiden Tower, and the Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape, which offers a glimpse into Azerbaijan's ancient past.
  • Azerbaijan features diverse landscapes, including the Caspian Sea coastline, the picturesque Caucasus Mountains, and the semi-desert regions, providing opportunities for outdoor activities and scenic exploration.
  • Baku, the capital city, showcases a modern skyline with iconic structures like the Flame Towers and the Heydar Aliyev Center, highlighting Azerbaijan's commitment to contemporary architecture and urban development.