This special half-day tour to Gobustan is especially designed for tourists and visitors who are interested in the Stone Age period of humanity, UNESCO World Heritage Site and for history lovers.
Visit the Gobustan Museum of Petroglyphs, about 70 kilometres from Baku, to see prehistoric rock drawings, or petroglyphs.
On this 5-hour tour you’ll see one of the largest collections in Gobustan, at the Baku State Reserve of History, Ethnography, and Arts. The most significant are the petroglyphs carved by primitive men on walls of caves and on rocks, reflecting the culture, economy, and world outlook of the ancient Azeri people.
Continue to the Bibi-Heybat Mosque. The existing structure is a modern recreation of the mosque built in the 13th century and destroyed by the Bolsheviks in 1936. The mosque is today the spiritual centre for the region’s Muslims.