Baku Tour Package from Nepal – From the shores of the Caspian Sea (which are actually below sea level) to the heights of the Caucasus Mountains, Azerbaijan offers a variety of natural destinations. Summer is a good time to relax on the beach, with a variety of coastal stations on the Caspian Sea, while winter is the perfect season for a stay in a ski resort in the mountains. There are also national parks that are ideal for excursions and even longer trips, while picnic has long been a much-appreciated tradition. Take care of your health, rest and relax, or try something new and exciting going out to the nature of Azerbaijan.
The rich culture of Azerbaijan is displayed in any of the many museums in the country, from the great museums of the country’s capital to the smaller regional museums, with their own style. Learn about local and regional history, carpet making, nature and much more, go out and experience it for yourself. See how the patterns of nature ended up in the carpets of Quba, or how the flavors of southern Azerbaijan influenced the best restaurants in Baku.
From 28 meters (92 feet) below sea level to 4,466 meters (14,652 feet) above sea level, the nature of Azerbaijan has much to explore. In the north of the country are the Great Caucasus Mountains, where the best ski resorts and the most extreme mountain landscapes are located. In the center of the country, there are rolling hills covered with forests and deserts, wide and open. And don’t forget the sea coast. Although the Caspian Sea is technically the largest lake in the world, there are many options for water sports and relaxing on the beach.
Azerbaijan is a country of contrasts: ancient and modern, natural and artificial beauty, minimalist and intricate. You will definitely want to experience Azerbaijan for yourself, with a tour that fits your needs and allows you to explore your interests in this beautiful country. So hurry up and book Baku Tour Package from Nepal now.
Baku Tour Package from Nepal Highlights
- Flame Tower
- National Flag Tower
- Boulevard Side
- Zoroastrian “Yanardag”
- Zoroastrian “Ateshgah”
- Heydar Aliyev Center