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- Duration: 4 Hrs
Departure Time :
8am 10 am 12 pm (available all year long, except summer)
Departure Details :
9 Üzeyir Hacıbəyov, Bakı, Azerbaijan
Traveler pickup is offered
We can pick you up from your accommodation in Baku if it's located in central area. Please mention your place of stay during c.. read more
Return Details :
Returns to original departure point
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Explore Gobustan museum, ancient petroglyphs and mud volcanoes in a 4-hour tour with a local guide. Gobustan National Park is one of Azerbaijans most popular sights attracting thousands of tourists annually. It is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list.
During the tour you will be guided by a local and professional tour guide. You will learn about the history of ancient humans and petroglyphs found in this area and also get useful information to make your stay in Baku much more interesting and full of memorable activities.
- Choice of several departures throughout the day
- All entrance fees included
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
- Led by a local guide
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This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Gobustan Rock Art, Baku, Absheron Region
We will utilize a private car/private bus (depending on the number of people joining the tour) to reach Gobustan National Reserve. The tour will start off from Gobustan Museum where you will see ancient human bones, work tools used in back to thousand years ago during the Mesolithic period. Gobustan geographical region is situated in the west-south of Baku. The meaning of the word Gobustan is derived from two words gobu ravine and stan- place, i.e. ravine area. The word gobu is also of Turkic origin and means a dried up river valley.
After visiting Gobustan museum, you will advance to the mountain in order to see real rock paintings in the open air museum.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Mud Volcanoes, Qobustan, Daghlig Shirvan Region
Later on, the tour will proceed to the Mud Volcano which is 20 mins away from Gobustan National Museum. Azerbaijan keeps the first place in the world for the number of mud volcanoes. About 300 mud volcanoes are to be found in Azerbaijan at the shore, in the sea and on islands. During this trip you will get a great chance to see these amazing active volcanoes from very close distance.
On wet seasons/rainy weather conditions, the Mud Volcanoes can be very muddy and impossible to reach by car. Therefore, in case of rainy weather/bad road conditions the trip to mud volcanoes will be substituted with a visit to Bibiheybat Mosque on the way back to the city center.
Duration: 20 minutes
Pass By: Sahil Park, Baku, Absheron Region
Your tour will end at Sahil Park, one of the central parks of Baku. We can also drop you off at your accommodation, if you prefer so.
Local friendly guide
Transportation to the museum, national Gobustan park and mud volcanoes and back to the starting point
0.5 lt bottled water
Entry/Admission - Gobustan Rock Art
Food and drinks, unless specified
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Near public transportation
Infant seats available
Not recommended for travelers with back problems
Not recommended for pregnant travelers
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
Traveler ReviewsSee all reviews
Very interesting day, both places give you a different experience. Would recommend if you are in Baku.
Shahin was the most excellent guide for this tour and was super knowledgeable about many topics generally about the country, city, and region. The tour of the mud hills and the park was very good, and his in depth detailed knowledge and explanations in excellent English by the way, made the whole tour. Very worthwhile and highly recommended!
i could not complete the journey because of poor road condition. but the guide was highly professional and entertained me taking to a different tour.
Great tour, wonderful and kind guide! The mud volcanoes as well as Gobustan Park were very impressive!
Vusal was an excellent guide and he made the drive to the mud volcanoes and Gobustan National Park both incredibly fun and informative. We would recommend him and his colleague who drove to anyone wishing to see the incredible Petroglyphs in the region just south of Baku. Absolutely would recommend this tour to friends and family.
AWESOME! I don't know how long this secret will last actually the beautiful secret of Azerbaijan to be honest! - so while it does, GO FOR IT! A great, off the beaten track tour that is one of a kind. Our driver was great, it felt like a local tour with true local information... something you don't always get these days. We loved the mud volcanoes and the Gobustan National Park was like an added bonus! Great all around tour - highly recommend.
Overall it is an interesting experience at a good price. We first went to Gobustan National Park and then to the mud volcanos. Our guide at Gobustan Park answered all our questions. The only thing that we didn't like is that she seemed to be constantly at a rush as she would speak too fast and some people from the group couldn't follow her pace of changing the rooms in the museum. Another thing is that there were many groups at the same time in each room, which are generally small, making it difficult to listen to her if you couldn't stay next to her due to the noise. The rest of the tour was ok.
Our driver didn't speak English very well so sometimes there was some lack of communication. Nevertheless, we should give him some credits for helping a couple in our group who brought their baby girl with them.
A lot of driving for a few sites. The mud volcanoes were very unique and the petroglyphs were interesting.
Guide was great! Very friendly, knowledgeable, and kind. Unfortunately the weather was bad so we could not use the roads to go to the mud volcanoes.