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
    (Airfare is Not Included.)


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 29 Jun, 28 Sep, 19 Oct, and more
Dates and Rates
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Day 1 : Departure to Baku from your city

Arrival to GYD Airport. Transfer to the Hotel for check-in (From the Airport to the Hotel it will take around 45 Min – to 1 Hour at this period, we will give information about tours, City and Nizami Street where hotel is located

Early Check-in and Rest Day

In the morning post breakfast, we will discover Nizami Street by ourself.

From our hotel to Nizami Street there is a direct exit door.

Nizami Street, also known as Torgovaya Street, is a bustling pedestrian thoroughfare in Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan. It's renowned for its vibrant atmosphere, lined with shops, boutiques, cafes, and restaurants. Nizami Street is a popular destination for both locals and tourists, offering a wide range of shopping options, from luxury brands to local handicrafts. It's a central hub for entertainment, dining, and leisure in Baku, attracting visitors with its lively ambience and diverse offerings. There are lots of cafes, restaurants, coffee houses, shopping places, etc.

Day 2  - Gobustan and Mud Volcan Tour

Breakfast at the hotel

After breakfast Gobustan Tour will start

Gobustan State Historical and Cultural Reserve is located west of the settlement of Gobustan, about 40 miles (64 km) southwest of the centre of Baku. it is very rich in archaeological monuments. Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape within the reserve, which covers an area of 537 ha, has more than 6,000 rock carvings, which depict people, animals, battle pieces, ritual dances, bullfights, boats with armed oarsmen, warriors with lances in their hands, camel caravans, pictures of sun and stars, on the average dating back to 5,000-20,000 years. Gobustan Museum

Azerbaijan has the most mud volcanoes of any country, spread broadly across the country. 350 of the 700 volcanoes of the world are in the Azerbaijani Republic. To go to Mud Volcanoes we will need local taxis which are included.

Transfer to Baku and Visit the Magnificent Bibi Heybat Mosque to take photos and Discover the Mosque.

Day 3 - Gabala and Tufandag Mountain Tour (Overnight)

After breakfast transfer to Gabala.

From Baku to Gabala it will take around 5 Hours by drive. The road with full of sightseeing places for taking photos. Your day will start with visiting Nohur Lake which is surrounded by a forest. Here you can relax. Seven Beautiful Waterfalls will give you unforgettable memories. Then, you will take a tour to Tufandag– whether for skiing or just for memorable summer views of the Alpine scenery behind Gabala. During Tufandag Tour you can board in Cable Car and see everything under your feet.

Overnight in Gabala

Day 4 - Shaki Tour From Gabala ( Overnight in Gabala )

After breakfast transfer to Sheki ( 1-1:30 Hours by drive )

The Sheki from Gabala tour takes you on a captivating journey through the historic city of Sheki.You'll visit a Caravanserai, a traditional inn along the ancient Silk Road where merchants and travelers used to rest. These historic structures offer a glimpse into Azerbaijan's rich cultural heritage and its role in facilitating trade across the region.Explore the magnificent Sheki Khan Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its stunning architecture and intricate interior design. This former residence of the Sheki Khans showcases exquisite craftsmanship, including colorful stained glass windows and ornate frescoes.Discover the natural beauty of Sheki at the Biogarden, a lush botanical garden featuring a diverse collection of plants, flowers, and trees. Take a leisurely stroll through the garden's pathways, enjoying its tranquil atmosphere and scenic vistas.Immerse yourself in the charm of Sheki's city streets, lined with historic buildings, bustling markets, and quaint cafes. Explore the winding alleyways and vibrant squares, soaking in the ambiance of this culturally rich destination.

Overnight in Gabala

Day 5 – Absheron + Shopping Tour

After breakfast transfer to Baku.

Absheron Tour.

The Flame Temple was a pilgrimage and philosophical centre of Zoroastrians from Northwestern India, who were involved in trade with the Caspian area. The four holy elements of their belief were: Fire, Air, Water, and Earth. The complex was turned into a museum in 1975. The annual number of visitors to the museum is 15,000.

Then Fire Mountain will be the next destiny. It is a natural gas fire that blazes continuously on a hillside on the Absheron Peninsula on the Caspian Sea near Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan (a country which itself is known as "the Land of Fire"). Flames jet into the air 3 meters (9.8 ft) from a thin, porous sandstone layer.

You will visit Hayder Aliyev Center for a photo stop outside ( I Love Baku Sign ). This unique building was designed by Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid and is noted for its distinctive architecture and flowing, curved style that eschews sharp angles.

After all, finish your tour by visiting Genclik Mall for Shopping

Day 6 - Baku City Tour


After breakfast at the hotel your tour will start.

The Baku City Tour offers a captivating exploration of Azerbaijan's dynamic capital, showcasing its rich history, modern architecture, and scenic beauty.Old City (Icherisheher): Begin your journey in the heart of Baku's historic center, the Old City. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a maze of narrow streets, ancient buildings, and historic landmarks, including the iconic Maiden Tower (outside view ) and the Palace of the Shirvanshahs ( outside view ). Explore its atmospheric alleys and learn about the city's ancient origins.You will visit the miniature book museum to see one of the world smallest books.Discover the tranquil oasis of Philarmonia Garden, a lush green space located in the heart of downtown Baku. Take a leisurely stroll amidst the trees, flowers, and fountains, enjoying its serene ambiance and scenic beauty. The garden also offers stunning views of the surrounding cityscape.Experience the vibrant energy of Baku Boulevard, a picturesque promenade stretching along the Caspian Sea coast. Stroll along the waterfront, taking in panoramic views of the sea and the city skyline. The boulevard is lined with parks, cafes, and attractions, making it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.Last destination will be Highland Park.You will see panoramic views of the city and can take photos in front of Flame Towers.

Day 7  Transfer to Baku Airport

Breakfast at the hotel.

You can stay at the hotel but it will be hard due to charm of the Nizami Street. It will be a great chance to discover the city on your last day. There are lots of souvenir shops and more places for shopping to conclude your shopping before back to your country.Also, you will spend your time on the street and in Baku. Say Goodbye to Baku.Your transportation will come to pick you from hotel for transfer to airport.

Transfer to the Airport

You will have lots of good memories with us and fall in love with Azerbaijan.




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
  • 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.