Arrive Baku, situated on the Caspian Sea, after clearing Customs & Immigration formalities to proceed to hotel.
Arrive and transfer to hotel.
Check IN (14:00 – 15:00)
Overnight at Baku.
Breakfast at the hotel restaurant. After breakfast proceeds for Baku City tour which includes Visit Shehidler Khiyabany Memory Alley, Mountain park from where you can have a great panoramic view of Baku city. Continue touring new Baku and exploring the architecture of the 19-20th centuries: Nizami Street, Fountain Square, Nizami Ganjavi monument, Rasul-Zade Street. Move to the old part of the city – Icheri Sheher. Visit Maiden Tower – photo session from outside, Caravanserai and market square, souvenir stalls. Returning to hotel. Relax time. Overnight at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. Visit Shamakhi, Maraza village, visit Sufi Dervish Mousaleum “Diri Baba” “Nohurgol” Lake – The lake is surrounded by a forest, you can walk around the lake. Here you can relax, even sailboat on the lake
Tour to Tufandag: Longest teleferic of the world – Whether for skiing or just for memorable summer views of the Alpine scenery behind Qabala, jump aboard the Tufandag network of four cable cars.
Qabaland – It’s not quite Disneyland, but Azerbaijan’s first theme park is a godsend for local families and has something for all ages. Returning back to Baku. Overnight at hotel in Baku
Breakfast at the hotel. Leaving for a tour in Absheron peninsula. This day will be spent primarily within Great Baku, where You will be taken to main sites on Absheron Peninsula
Ateshgah – the Fire Worshippers’ Temple situated in the village of Surakhany. It was built on land where natural gas was burned eternally by Zoroastrian believers who traveled from the province of Multan in India to worship. These ancient fires are believed to have given Azerbaijan its name, which is thought by some researchers to mean the ‘Land of Fires’.
Yanardag Fire Mountain: Azerbaijan is historically called the Land of Fire, and it is not for the sake of a witty remark. At a whim of nature, the land of this Caucasian country located on the picturesque coast of the Caspian Sea is replete with underground sources of oil and gas that long for blowing out. Natural gas in the Azerbaijan bowels is so much that it comes to the surface over and over again. In some places, a match dropped accidentally or deliberately, a torch, or any spark can ignite the gas, which will keep on burning until it fully exhausts. In times of old, Azerbaijan was a country of fire-worshippers, followers of the Zoroastrian cult. People believed that fire sources were the manifestation of divine power, they worshiped them, building altars and temples. Proceed to Haydar Aliyev museum – photo session from outside. Afterward visiting the biggest shopping mall in Baku – Ganjlik mall. Overnight in hotel.
Breakfast at Hotel. Check out from hotel. Transfer to Baku Airport for onward journey