Gastronomic Azerbaijan

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  • Tour Duration 6 days
  • Azerbaijan
  • Min number of people 7
  • Max number of people 14
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Azerbaijan is a country with unique nature, unparalleled culture, centuries of history with its customs and traditions and refined cuisine, a place that will meet the expectations of the most refined gourmets, and finally it is the land of Caucasian hospitality and friendliness!

Explore the old town and the centre of Baku and learn more about the evolution of Azerbaijani food and snacks during this tour. Gain direct experience with our foodie tour guide to see how Azerbaijan has been influenced by Arab, Caucasian and Mediterranean cuisines, while retaining the uniqueness and exquisite qualities that stand out in meaty and oily dishes.

Locations you will visit

  • Baku
  • Oghuz
  • Novkhani (Jorat)
  • Gobustan National Park


  • TWIN/DBL room in 4* hotel
  • Half board: breakfast and dinner
  • Accompanying English speaking guide
  • Master class Azerbaijan Plov cooking
  • Entrance tickets to the sites, listed in the program
  • Waterfall visit
  • Wine degustation
  • Sweets degustation
  • Tasting Azerbaijani pancakes
  • Transport (depends on the number of travellers) and driver services

Not included

  • International air tickets
  • Lunches
  • Alcohol and soft drinks
  • Surcharge for special requests on food and meals
  • Entrance fees, transport service, permits and guide service during free time
  • Insurance
  • Tips (always optional, always appreciated)
  • Surcharge for public holidays
  • Fees for video and photo shooting
  • Visa (if applicable) and any other administrative costs

Your Itinerary – in Brief:

Day 1: Arrival Baku
Day 2: Baku city trip
Day 3: Transfer Baku-Oghuz (A road trip 270km)
Day 4: Baku city trip
Day 5: Baku – Seaside (Novkhani-Jorat)
Day 6: Baku – Departure

Day 1Arrival Baku

Arrival in Baku. Meet at the airport and transfer to the hotel. Free time.

Timetable: Evening city tour:
• Highland Park: panoramic view of Baku Bay, the city, the coastal National Park
which stretches along the bay
• Flame Towers: A trio of skyscrapers whose tallest tower is 182 meters. From
every corner of Baku there is a beautiful light show every evening
• Baku Boulevard (Seaside Park – recently declared a National Park): promenade
that runs parallel to the seawall of Baku and is popular for strolling and enjoying
the view of the Caspian Sea
Dinner in the National Restaurant with Dolma Tasting! In autumn, dolma is made
from cabbage leaves, apple and quince. During the cold winters it is made from
preserved grape leaves. Dolmas are traditionally stuffed with ground lamb
and/or beef, rice, onions and herbs

Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 2Baku city trip

Breakfast at the hotel.

Timetable: City tour Baku:
• Old Town or Downtown is the historic core and oldest part of Baku, the capital of
Azerbaijan. Take a stroll through narrow streets, cafes, art galleries and carpet
• Visit the Maiden Tower where the guide will tell you about the legend of the
“Maiden Tower”
• Palace of the Shirvanshahs (UNESCO) was the former residence of the rulers of
the Shirvanshahs and consists of: the palace itself, a courtyard of the
Diwankhana, the courthouse, the Shirvanshahs’ crypt, the palace mosque of 1441
with its minaret, the bathhouse and the court scholar’s mausoleum
• Nizami street, a large pedestrian and shopping street in the centre of Baku,
named after the classic Persian poet Nizami Ganjavi
• Fountain Square is a public square in the center of Baku is derived from the
dozens of fountains on the square
• Master class Azerbaijan Plov cooking. Azerbaijan has more than 40 recipes for
plov, which is considered the national dish. Rice is usually cooked separately from
the rest of the ingredients: lamb, chicken, dry fruits and only mixed when served.
Pilafs are traditionally served at major events, such as feasts and weddings, or for
a long trip
• Dinner: ENJOY YOUR PLOV!!!!!!! 😊

Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 3Transfer Baku-Oghuz (A road trip 270km)

Breakfast at the hotel.

• Trip to Oghuz (4 hours) with stops for photo shoots
• Oghuz one of the most beautiful and attractive regions of Azerbaijan, also known
as “the Switzerland of Azerbaijan”
• During the trip you will be amazed by the beautiful landscape and the Khal-Khal
• In Farel resort, located in the Khal-Khal recreation area, you can taste fish dishes
• 17:00 Transfer to Baku
• Dinner and wine tasting at the hotel

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 4Baku city trip

Breakfast at the hotel.

• Gobustan National Park (Rock Arts museum in the open air – UNESCO) where you
will spend 4 hours accompanied by a local guide who will teach you the history of
Barbeque party

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 5Baku – Seaside (Novkhani-Jorat)

Novkhani is a village in the Absheron Rayon of Azerbaijan, only 20 minutes from the centre. Novkhani coast is the place to relax!

Breakfast at the hotel.

• Jorat is known for making Azerbaijani best qutabs, traditionally large flat
pancakes, with beef, cheese or spices. A special delicacy, however, is that of
camel meat from a nearby camel farm
• You can enjoy a panoramic view of the Caspian Sea (in summer guests can go
• 15.00 Free time

Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 6Baku - Departure

Breakfast at the hotel.

Departure. The local partner will take you to the airport.

Azerbaijan, officially the Republic of Azerbaijan, is a country in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia at the crossroads of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. It is bounded by the Caspian Sea to the east, Russia to the north, Georgia to the northwest, Armenia to the west and Iran to the south. The exclave of Nakhchivan is bounded by Armenia to the north and east, Iran to the south and west, and has an 11 km (6.8 mi) long border with Turkey in the northwest. The Azerbaijan Democratic Republic proclaimed its independence in 1918 and became the first secular democratic Muslim-majority state. In 1920 the country was incorporated into the Soviet Union as the Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic. The modern Republic of Azerbaijan proclaimed its independence on 30 August 1991, shortly before the dissolution of the USSR in the same year. In September 1991, the Armenian majority of the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region seceded to form the Republic of Artsakh. The region and seven adjacent districts outside it became de facto independent with the end of the Nagorno-Karabakh War in 1994. These regions are internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan pending a solution to the status of the Nagorno-Karabakh through negotiations facilitated by the OSCE. as of January 2019, 52.8% of Azerbaijan's total population of 9,981,457 is urban, with the remaining 47.2% being rural. 50.1% of the total population is female. The sex ratio in the same year was 0.99 males per female. The 2011 population growth-rate was 0.85%, compared to 1.09% worldwide. The ethnic composition of the population according to the 2009 population census: 91.60% Azerbaijanis, 2.02% Lezgians, 1.35% Armenians (almost all Armenians live in the break-away region of Nagorno-Karabakh), 1.34% Russians, 1.26% Talysh, 0.56% Avars, 0.43% Turks, 0.29% Tatars, 0.28% Tats, 0.24% Ukrainians, 0.14% Tsakhurs, 0.11% Georgians, 0.10% Jews, 0.07% Kurds, other 0.21%. The official language is Azerbaijani, which is a Turkic language. Azerbaijani is spoken by approximately 92% of the population as a mother tongue. Russian and Armenian (only in Nagorno-Karabakh) are also spoken, and each are the mother tongue of around 1.5% of the population respectively. Russian and English play significant roles as second or third languages of education and communication.
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