$90

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    DETAILS

    Duration: 5-6 hours

    Itinerary: Baku – Gobustan – Ateshgah – Baku

    Pick-up & Drop-off: your hotel (within Baku)

    Category: Private tour

    Language: English

    PRICES & BOOKING

    Prices (per person in USD):

    1 pax.2 pax.3 pax.4 pax.5 pax.6 pax.7 & more pax.
    Standard1708565504035upon request
    Economy*904540302522upon request
    VIP**upon request

     

    *Economy package – Tourists will be provided the following services:
    – Professional driver
    – Personal comfortable transportation during tours (Hyundai Elantra or similar)
    – Guides in the museums

    *VIP package – Our company will provide you with the wide range of luxury cars (Mercedes S class, E class, V class and etc.)

    INCLUSIONS

      • Pick-up & Drop-off at your hotel (inside Baku)
      • Personal English speaking guide (other languages on request)
      • Personal Driver & air-conditioned vehicle

    EXCLUSIONS

      • Entrance fees
      • Food and drinks
      • Insurance

    DESCRIPTION

    Ateshgah Temple – The temple of fire worshippers Ateshgah is located at the Apsheron peninsula at the outskirts of Surakhani village in 30 km from the centre of Baku and was revered in different times by Zoroastrians, Hindus and Sikhs. This territory is known for such unique natural phenomenon as burning natural gas outlets (underground gas coming onto surface contacts oxygen and lights up). The temple in its present state was constructed in the 17th-18th centuries. It was built by the Baku-based Hindu community related to Sikhs.

    Museum of Petroglyphsis (outdoor museum) – Gobustan or by other name Museum of Petroglyphsis (outdoor museum) located approximately 65 km from Baku. Prehistoric rock drawings – petroglyphs – are an art “archive” of the human evolution on Earth. The “articles” of such archives are the first transmissions from the human “I” to the outer world. There are a few of such outdoor “archives” in Azerbaijan. One of them, the largest, is located in Gobustan, at the Baku State Reserve of History, Ethnography and Arts, near Baku. It is a rocky massif on the bottom of the southeast part of the Great Caucasus Range, near the Caspian Sea and a modern highway built on the ancient Shirvan road.

    ADDITIONAL INFO

    Travel Consultants

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    Viktoriya Rilova
    Travel Consultant

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    Jamal Ibrahimov
    Travel Consultant

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