Get acquainted not only with the culture of Azerbaijan but also with the natural wonders of the country – that is, you will learn a little more about how our planet lives! Capricious mud volcanoes and the magnificent heritage of Gobustan National Park with its interactive exhibits will invigorate any resident of the metropolis who is too used to civilization. Touch the history and wildlife of the surrounding areas of Baku to better understand Azerbaijan. Visit the Museum of Petroglyphs (outdoor museum) – Gobustan or by other names Museum of Petroglyphs (outdoor museum) located approximately 65 km from Baku. Prehistoric rock drawings – *petroglyphs* – are an art “archive” of 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.

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  • Professional local tour guide
  • Transportation


  • Admission fee to Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape 5 EUR

Route & Duration

5 hours
  • 1

    Cemetery of Pakistan-Azerbaijan-Turkey Soldiers

    A cemetery to remember the fallen soldiers as well as remember the history of three different countries

  • 2

    Gobustan National Park Museum

    A national historic landmark made to preserve the history of Azerbaijan, the area is filled with archeological monuments with rock carvings that depict life as far back as 20000 years

  • 3

    Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape

    Covers areas of a plateau, the art represents the culture of pre-historic and medieval periods

  • 4

    Mud volcano

    See a volcano, the volcanos do not have lava which makes it perfectly safe and an enjoyable experience

Meeting Point

Our guide will pick you up if you are in Baku, additional pick up locations might be available. See Map

Cancellation Policy