Otelin adı:Gobustan & Mud Volcanoes
Ünvan:Gobustan / Azerbaijan /Baku - Gobustan - Baku
Qidalanma:Yalnız səhər yeməyi
Tura daxildir:Transfer Ekskursiya
1. Gobustan State Reserve located west of the settlement of Gobustan was established in 1966 when the region was declared as a national historical landmark of Azerbaijan in an attempt to preserve the ancient carvings, mud volcanoes and gas-stones in the region. This area is about 60 km south of Baku and is Unesco-listed, home to more than 6000 stick-figure stone engravings dating back anywhere from 5,000 to 40,000 years. These engravings are carved out on huge fallen limestone boulders that once served as caves for prehistoric man. Start your day with a breakfast at your hotel and enjoy a beautiful drive out of Baku to visit the Gobustan National Park. You will travel 64 km southwest of Baku along with the Caspian shore. On the way to Gobustan, you will see the geography of the region covered with volcanic desert, craggy stones, and withered mountains. Gaval Dash The Gaval Dash is a natural musical stone which can only be found in Gobustan, Azerbaijan. Among the stone books there are a big flat stone formed out of 3 supports. Suffice it to touch the object with a small stone, musical sounds come from it. The stone is called Gaval Dash, the sound can be compared with a tambourine. The Gaval Dash have been formed due the combination of unqiue climate, oil and gas which can be found in the region of Azerbaijan The tour will start off from Gobustan Museum where you will see ancient human bones, work tools used in back to thousand years ago during the Mesolithic Period. Then, you will advance to the mountain in order to see real Rock Paintings in the open air museum. 2. Azerbaijan keeps the first place in the world for the number of mud volcanoes. Over a thousand mud volcanoes are known to exist in the world, and some 400 of those are in the coastal area of Azerbaijan. Every 20 years or so, one of these mud/gas volcanoes will ignite deep below the surface and create a massive explosion. While generally not dangerous to people, as they are far outside of most city centers, it is believed that six shepherds and over 2,000 sheep were killed by a mud volcano in Bozdagh, Azerbaijan.
Baku - Gobustan - Baku