In this Baku private half-day tour, we explore the outskirts of Baku by visiting Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape Reserve to see the museum of prehistoric rock carvings and the Boyukdash Mountain with an areal view of the Caspian Sea. We also get a chance to see one of the most strange geological anomalies on the face of the Earth, Mud Volcanos. Toward the end of the tour, we visit one of the most historic mosques of Baku, the Bibi Heybat Mosque.
- Explore the outskirts of Baku on 5.5-hour tour
- Sightseeing at the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site
- Visit the Mud Volcano site in a semi-dessert terrain
- Learn about Azerbaijan’s oil industry
- Enter a Mosque in Baku
- Led by a local guide
WHAT TO EXPECT
We pick you up from a hotel and drive to Gobustan along the southern highway across service facilities of the oil and gas industry. Then, you have a guided tour of the Gobustan Museum and Boyukdash Mountain. Next up, we drive 15 minutes to visit the site of the mud volcanos. You’ll spend about half an hour sightseeing and photo-shooting Baku’s mud volcanoes. Then, we drive back to the city and stop by Bibi Heybat Mosque (Women to wear headscarf). Drop off at the hotel.
Attractions covered are the Gobustan Museum and Boyukdash Mountain, the mud volcano site, and Bibi Heybat Mosque.
- Hotel Pick up and drop off
- Transport service (7-seater Van or 4-seater Sedan)
- Private sightseeing program with a local guide
- Local guide fee
- Entrance tickets to sights as per itinerary
- Bottled water
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- Gobustan Mud Volcanoes are inaccessible on rainy days.
- At least two people required to run the tour
- Subject to availability