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Gobustan, Mud Volcanoes, Fire Temple and the Burning Land Tour

7 Hours

Gobustan

Description: The Gobustan, Mud volcanoes, Fire Temple and the Burning Land Tour firstly offers a comprehensive exploration of Azerbaijan’s rich history. Gobustan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its ancient rock carvings, mud volcanoes, and archaeological significance. The petroglyphs in Gobustan date back to between 5,000 and 40,000 years ago, offering a glimpse into the prehistoric life of the region. The site also features ancient artifacts and a museum that provides context to the engravings.

Mud Volcanoes:

Location: Various locations in Azerbaijan

Description: Azerbaijan is home to a high concentration of mud volcanoes so over half of the world’s mud volcanoes located in the country. These geological wonders create a surreal landscape, with bubbling mud pools and eruptions of mud and gases. The mud volcanoes are not only scientifically intriguing but also culturally significant in Azerbaijan.

Fire Temple:

Location: Baku, Azerbaijan (Ateshgah of Baku)

Description: The Fire Temple, or Ateshgah, is an ancient Zoroastrian temple located on the outskirts of Baku. The temple was initially a place of worship for Zoroastrians who came to worship the eternal flame. The site combines elements of fire worship and architectural styles from Zoroastrian, Hindu, and Sikh traditions. Overall it provides a unique historical and cultural experience.

Burning Land:

Location: Yanar Dag, near Baku, Azerbaijan

Description: Yanar Dag, meaning “burning mountain,” is a natural gas fire that burns continuously on a hillside. The burning phenomenon has been present for centuries, and it’s one of the notable attractions near Baku. The sight of flames dancing on the hillside against the backdrop of the Caspian Sea is mesmerizing.

Bibi Heybat Mosque:

Location: Baku, Azerbaijan

Description: The Bibi Heybat Mosque is a significant religious site located on the shores of the Caspian Sea in Baku. It is a recreation of the 13th-century mosque that was destroyed during the Soviet era. The site is revered for its connection to the descendants of Prophet Muhammad and is an important pilgrimage destination for Muslims. The mosque’s seaside location provides a picturesque setting for visitors, making it both a religious and cultural landmark.

World’s First Industrially Drilled Oil Well (Nobel Brothers’ Wells):

Location: Bibi-Heybat, Baku, Azerbaijan

Description: The World’s First Industrially Drilled Oil Well, associated with the Nobel Brothers, is a pioneering site located in the Bibi-Heybat. In the mid-19th century, the Nobel Brothers, primarily Robert and Ludvig Nobel, played a pivotal role in the early development of the oil industry.

In fact this historic drilling marked the beginning of systematic oil extraction on an industrial scale, transforming the region into a major center for oil production. The success of these wells laid the foundation for Baku’s emergence as the “Oil Capital of the World” during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Gobustan, Mud Volcanoes, Fire Temple and the Burning Land Tour is a must visit destination

Highlights

✅Gobustan Rocks and open air Museum
✅Mud Volcanoes
✅Bibiheybat Mosque
✅World’s First Industrially Drilled Oil Well
✅Fire Temple (Ateshgah)
✅Burning Mountain (Yanardagh)
Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center

Payment

Price


1 Pax


2 Pax


3 Pax


4 Pax


5 Pax


6 Pax


Sedan


$125


$60


$45


$40




SUV


$135


$70


$50


$45




Minivan(VIP)


$140


$80


$55


$50


$45


$40


  • Showed prices are per person
  • Depending on your choice, the exact prices will be indicated during the booking process.
  • All drivers are certified and have completed special driving training
  • Children under the age 6 are free of charge
  • For 7 and more Pax please enquire for availability

Includes/Excludes

Inclusions

  • English Speaking Driver
  • Transportation (Comfortable Car with AC)
  • Hotel Pickup / Drop off

Exclusions

  • Food and Beverage
  • Any Personal Expenses
  • Entrance Fees to Museums / Historical Buildings
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What is the best month to visit Azerbaijan?

  • April – June. From April to June, the lowlands of Azerbaijan are green and flowers in complete bloom. …
  • July. If you are interested to visit the mountains then July is the perfect time of the year. …
  • October. To visit Azerbaijan, summers should be avoided as it gets extremely hot and humid.
  • January. If you want to do skiing and see snow

How can i pay?

You can pay by cash in USD or AZN to our driver on arrival.

Which cars are you providing?

All of our cars are 2015 y.b. and newer. Depending on the destination and number of passenger we can provide Hyundai Elantra, Land Cruiser 200, Toyota Camry, Mercedes Vito and etc.

Does the driver speak English?

All our drivers speak excellent English

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

Gobustan, Mud Volcanoes, Fire Temple and the Burning Land Tour

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