Magic Caspian Carpet Tour

Enjoy the bright lights of Baku and around before heading off to the most remote village in Azerbaijan - Khinalug. Starting in Baku, you will explore the awe-inspiring architectural and cultural legacy of this capital. Next, visit the North, Quba where is known for its apples and carpets, and for the fact that it has the highest population of Jews in Azerbaijan; Go to Khinalug noted for its extraordinary landscape, Europe’s highest villages. After one night Quba, Return the south to the Caspian shore and visit the Mud Volcanos near Gobustan State Reserve where has more than 600,000 rock paintings, which depict primitive men, 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. A night will then be spent in the capital city, then travel through ancient Absheron visiting the beautiful monuments of Absheron peninsula. Witness the Burning Mountain and spectacular Zoroastrian Fire Temple.

What you get

normal price: 359$
with GoBakuCard: 305.15$

Price Includes:

Greeting at the arrivals gate
Porter service
RT Airport-Hotel-Airport Transfers
Accommodation as per the itinerary
Sightseeing and entrances as described
Meals as listed in the itinerary (6 Breakfasts, 6 Lunches, 6 Dinners)
English/Arabic/Russian speaking guide
4WD Niva ride to Khinalug
Water: water in the vehicle during transfers
Porterage at hotels and airports (2 bags per person)
Transportation in a superior air-conditioned vehicle
Visa fees

Price Excludes:
International Flights
Travel insurance
Gratuities
Sightseeing other than listed in the itinerary
Alcoholic beverages & soft drinks

Hours & Admission

Duration: 7 days (6 nights)

Getting there

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Address: Keykab Safaraliyeva street 16 E. Time Business Center, 5th floor
Baku/Azerbaijan

Contacts: (+994) 12 555 55 75

20 minutes on foot from 28 May Metro Station

23 minutes by bus № 125 from Azneft circuit

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