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This special Gabala tour to North-Eastern region of Azerbaijan is specially designed for tourists who would like to see Azerbaijan’s top provincial holiday centres like Gabala and Shamakhi. Travel into the Azerbaijan mountains from Baku makes this tour special. Without your own transport reaching the two remote destinations from Baku would be a challenge, but pre-booking a cost-effective group adventure takes the hassle out of the journey Take a full-day Gabala tour of the ancient city of Gabala and its ski resort Learn about the history of Azerbaijan’s oldest city from your guide.
Gabala tour is one of the most popular and featured experience that our company provides. During this special full-day Gabala tour from Baku first stop will be Juma mosque in Shamakhi region. After visiting the oldest mosque in Azerbaijan that was built on the 8th century, the tour will go to Gabala which is the newest resort town. Azerbaijan’s one of the most popular food kebab will be tasted at a traditional restaurant in Gabala. It is also possible to order a vegetarian option, you just need to inform your guide before. Eye-catching Lake Nohur with the magnificent view of the Caucasus Mountains will be visited as well. You can take a boat and catamaran ride and enjoy the surrounding landscape. Visiting Tufandag winter-summer tourism complex, the most favourite part of the tour by our customers. It is an ideal place for those who want to walk in the mountains, ride in a cable car to watch nature and enjoy active rest in summer. There is more than a 5-kilometre walking distance in the rope lines and 4 stations (points to stop). On the way to 7 beauty waterfall, you will change your car to the Old Soviet Lada car. This mountainous waterfall flowing from the highest peaks of the Caucasus Mountains and locates in Vandam village of Gabala. The name of the Seven Beauties (Yeddi Gozal) Waterfall originates from the name of the 7 mountain roads that should pass to reach the waterfall. As the waterfall is completely frozen in the winter, it gets harder to get here. But in spring and summer, tea houses are available on every mountain road, where the guests are offered a tea set with traditional types of Gabala jam.