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Day 01- TRANSFER from Airport to Hotel
Hotel accommodation and Baku city tour
Day 02- Tour of the Gobustan-Absheron Peninsula
The second morning of the journey begins with a visit to the historical sites of Absheron and Gobustan. By exploring the natural and architectural landmarks of Absheron Peninsula and Gobustan, you will acquire vital insight into the history of Azerbaijan.
The Bibiheybat Mosque, one of the oldest mosques in Baku, will be our initial destination. After arriving in Gobustan, you will explore the area's Petroglyphs Museum, Mud volcanoes, and Gobustan National Park.
The majority of Mud volcanoes (350 of 800) are located in Azerbaijan, particularly in the Gobustan region. They began their activities on Azerbaijani soil 25 million years ago.
Then, we will continue our journey by seeing the most renowned fire temple - Temple of the Fire and Fire Mountain in Yanardag, which features a ten-meter-long wall of fire that never goes out and burns continually along the cliff's edge. This stunning vista at the base of the mountain will wow you.
DAY 03: Shamakhi-Lahij-Gabala trip
On the approach to Shamakhi, a brief halt will be made near the Diri Baba Mausoleum. Due to its original architectural shape, proportionality, the beauty of ornamental components, harmony with natural surroundings, and other attributes, the monument is one of the most fascinating examples of medieval Azerbaijani architecture.
One of the earliest Muslim temples in the South Caucasus and the Middle East, the Shamakhi Juma Mosque was constructed in 743 to commemorate the entrance of his brother Muslim ibn Valiyad to Azerbaijan under the rule of Khalifa Khalid ibn Valiyad. The domes are ornamented in the style of antique architecture. The passageway of the mosque is distinguished by its distinctive design. With your guide's detailed information, you will have a pleasant and unforgettable time at this location.
Only four of the Seven Dome Tombs (Yeddigumbez Kompleksi) tombs, where Shirvan khans and their families were interred (XVIII century), have survived to the present day.
DAY 4: Departure