Nakhchivan Tours

"Unveiling Nakhchivan: Where Mystical Legends Meet Unexplored Lands!

Nakhchivan, an autonomous Azerbaijani Republic, whispers tales of mystery and allure. Here, captivating landscapes paint a picturesque canvas, adorned with quaint villages and a cuisine as unique as its culture. Amidst this scenic panorama, historical monuments stand proud, each narrating tales of a bygone era.

Considered one of the cradles of civilization in the region, Nakhchivan boasts timeless sites like the 12th-century Mausoleum of Momine Khatun and the splendid Nakhchivan Khans' Palace. While traversing the scenic route to Ordubad, the iconic cleft peak of Mount Ilandag emerges, steeped in legend as the very mark left by Noah's Ark.

And then, rising proudly like the Machu Picchu of the Caucasus, behold AlinjaGala! This ancient fortress, with its enigmatic ruins, echoes centuries-old secrets and stands as a testament to ancient ingenuity and architectural mastery.

This mystical realm beckons travelers, inviting them to immerse themselves in its secrets and stories. From ancient echoes to natural wonders, Nakhchivan is becoming an irresistible destination, where warmth and hospitality embrace visitors like cherished guests, adding to the allure of this unmissable journey."



1 day Nakhchivan

As the morning sun graces your arrival from Baku, delve straight into the mystique and grandeur of Nakhchivan's historical gems:

Commence your journey at the revered Prophet Noah's Tomb, where ancient legends and the dawn of humanity converge.

Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of the 12th-century Momina Khatun Mausoleum, a breathtaking testament to artistry and cultural opulence.

Step into the lavish world of the Khan's House, a glimpse into the opulent lifestyle of Nakhchivan's rulers, reliving the splendor of the past.

Pay homage at the revered Yusif Kuseyiroglu Tomb, a site steeped in historical importance and cultural reverence.

Afternoon - Continuing the Journey

Behold the grandeur of Alinjagala, the ancient fortress often hailed as the Machu Picchu of the Caucasus, standing proud amidst Nakhchivan's rich history and architectural brilliance.

Venture into the mystical realm of Asabu-Kahf Caves, where whispers of hidden refuge and ancient spirituality echo through time.

If time allows conclude this immersive day at the mesmerizing Duzdagh Salt Mines, where nature's marvel intertwines with industrial history in an otherworldly underground setting.

As the day culminates, transfer to the airport and bid adieu to Nakhchivan, carrying with you the echoes of its history, the whispers of its legends, and the enchantment of its diverse landscapes."

1 night | 2 days Nakhchivan

Day 1 - Unveiling History and Heritage

Morning arrival from Baku. 

Embark on your odyssey at the revered Prophet Noah's Tomb, an ancient site steeped in legend and historical significance, an emblem marking the dawn of humanity's saga.

Immerse yourself in the architectural splendor of the 12th-century Momina Khatun Mausoleum, an epitome of cultural opulence and unparalleled craftsmanship.

Traverse the opulent realms of Nakhchivan's past rulers as you explore the majestic Khan's House, capturing the very essence of their regal lifestyle.

Pay homage to the revered Yusif Kuseyiroglu Tomb, a site resonating with profound historical importance and cultural reverence.

Embark on an immersive exploration into the enigmatic allure of the Asabu-Kahf Caves, where tales of clandestine refuge and ancient spirituality spring to life.

Conclude your day amidst the enchanting ambiance of the Duzdagh Salt Mines, a mesmerizing underground marvel where nature and industrial history intertwine, painting a surreal subterranean canvas.

Unveil the historical marvel of the Garabaghlar Mausoleum, a testament to Nakhchivan's enduring legacy, adding a poignant touch to your day's explorations.

Day 2 - Cultural Dive and Monumental Marvels

Begin your day in awe at the majestic Alinja Castle, often revered as the Machu Picchu of the Caucasus. Explore its ancient ramparts, absorbing the echoes of Nakhchivan's storied history and architectural grandeur.

Venture to Ordubad city, a gem nestled in Nakhchivan's embrace, renowned for its captivating beauty and historical significance. Explore its landmarks, absorb the local atmosphere, and discover the essence of this historic city.

Immerse yourself in the intricate patterns and historical narratives of Azerbaijani culture at the Carpet Museum, unraveling the vibrant tapestry of stories woven into its vivid displays.

As your immersive journey through Nakhchivan concludes, carry with you the resonating echoes of its history, the vivid tales of its legends, and the awe-inspiring vistas that now reside eternally in your memory.



2 nights | 3 days Nakhchivan

Day 1: Arrival in Nakhchivan

Arrive in Nakhchivan City from Baku, welcomed by your guide.

Transfer to your hotel to settle in and drop off your baggage.

Begin your adventure at Prophet Noah's Tomb, an esteemed site linked to ancient narratives of the Flood. Recent archaeological excavations have brought new insights to this historically significant place.

Explore the architectural splendor of the 12th-century Momina Khatun Monument, also known as the Atabay tomb. It stands as a magnificent example of national and Eastern architectural styles, symbolizing the heart of Nakhchivan City.

Delve into the historical richness at Khan's House, an architectural gem reflecting the opulence and grandeur of the city's rulers.

Pay homage at the Yusif Ibn Kuseyir Tomb, a unique tower-shaped monument that has stood for over 800 years, offering insight into ancient craftsmanship and history.

Afternoon: Unique Sites and Natural Marvels

Journey to Garabaghlar village in the Sharur region to witness a remarkable 12th-century mausoleum, part of a historical complex that captivates visitors with its intricate design and cultural significance.

Visit the Duzdagh Salt Mines Hospital, a distinctive treatment center nestled within salt mines, renowned for its therapeutic effects on respiratory conditions, offering a unique perspective on natural therapy.

Return to Nakhchivan City and unwind after a fulfilling day of exploration.

Day 2: Exploring Ancient Fortresses and Cultural Towns

Embark on an awe-inspiring journey to the legendary Alinja Fortress, a 12th-century formidable structure echoing tales of past conquests and fortitude against Teymur's attacks on Nakhchivan. Despite prolonged sieges, the fortress stood strong, reflecting the region's historical resilience.

Travel to Ordubad and indulge in a delightful lunch, immersing yourself in the town's historical charm and architectural heritage.

Explore the town, taking in its remarkable sites, cultural offerings, and local traditions.

Venture to the Daridagh thermal spring in the Julfa region, renowned for its unique mineral-rich water known for its therapeutic benefits on gastric and bowel diseases.

On your return from the Daridagh thermal spring, stop by the historical Gulustan Monument in Julfa, further enriching your understanding of Nakhchivan's ancient legacy.

Day 3: Exploring Plateaus, Caves, and Museums

Set off to the uninhabited plateau of Batabat, nestled in the Shahbuz region, presenting awe-inspiring vistas comprising forests, mountains, lakes, and floating islands.

Return to Nakhchivan for lunch, sampling local delicacies and savoring the flavors of Azerbaijani cuisine.

Explore the mystical "Ashabu-Kahf" Caves, steeped in spiritual significance and folklore that transcends cultures and time.

Immerse yourself in the rich historical heritage at the Nakhchivan History Museum, discovering the layers of the region's vibrant past.

Visit the Nakhchivan Carpets Museum, a dedicated space celebrating the artistry and craftsmanship of traditional Azerbaijani carpets.

Transfer to Nakhchivan International Airport for your return flight to Baku, bidding farewell to this captivating land with cherished memories.

3 nights | 4 days Nakhchivan

Day 1: Arrival in Nakhchivan

Arrive in Nakhchivan city from Baku at approximately 08:00.

Begin your tour at Prophet Noah’s Tomb, a site of historical and religious significance, linked to the narrative of the Flood.

Visit the 12th-century Momina Khatun Monument, celebrated as a masterpiece of national and Eastern architecture, also known as the Atabay tomb.

Explore Khan’s House, an 18th to 19th-century residence reflecting the Eastern architectural style, once home to the ruler Rahim Khan.

Pay respects at the Yusif Ibn Kuseyir Tomb, a remarkably preserved tower-shaped tomb dating back over 800 years.

Journey to Garabaghlar village to witness a 12th-century mausoleum that stands amidst ancient sepulchral fields and fortifications.

Visit the Duzdagh Salt Mines Hospital, a distinctive medical treatment center known for its natural therapy for asthma and bronchitis.

Return to Nakhchivan city, allowing time for relaxation or further exploration.

Day 2: Exploring Ordubad and Historic Fortresses

Journey to the Daridagh thermal spring in the Julfa region, known for its therapeutic mineral-rich water.

Visit Ordubad town and immerse yourself in its historical and architectural heritage.

En route back to Nakhchivan, visit the Gulustan Monument.

Explore the formidable Alinja Fortress, renowned for its defensive capabilities during historical conflicts.

Return to the hotel for relaxation and leisure time.

Day 3: Plateaus, Caves, and Museums

Drive to the uninhabited Batabat plateau in the Shahbuz region, known for its stunning landscapes.

Visit the “Ashabu-Kahf” Caves, known from various legends and religious narratives.

Explore the Nakhchivan History Museum and the Carpets Museum, delving into the rich heritage of the region.

Overnight at your hotel in Nakhchivan.

Day 4: Departure from Nakhchivan to Baku

Breakfast at your hotel. Transfer to Nakhchivan International Airport for your flight to Baku, departing at 10:00.

"Embark on an Unforgettable Journey to Uncover the Unseen, Hear the Untold, and Immerse in the Rhythms of Nakhchivan's Abundant Heritage."