- Explore one of the world's least visited countries
- UNESCO-listed Baku Old Town
- The ancient rock drawings in Gobustan National Park
- Visit Ateshgah Fire Temple
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This extension is very expensive considering its short duration
The extension is really for less that 48 hours, but it’s advertised for 3-4 days. Day 1 is entirely still in Georgia. The train ride certainly isn’t an efficient way to travel between Tbilisi and Baku and involved a 2 hour stop at the border, an hour on each side, and that included stern passport/immigration people and a search of our luggage. We arrived in Baku at 9:30 am on Day 2. Baku and the surrounding areas are very nice, and we saw many things during Days 2 and 3. Our group included 10 people. Of the 10, 8 of us had flights shortly after 4am on Day 4, and that included the main group flight. Accordingly, it’s not really a 4 day extension as we were in Baku for under 48 hours. The extension is very expensive and I’d advise other travelers to avoid it and to travel to Baku with another option.
Most Inspirational Moment
Baku has a nice mixture of old and new architecture.
Thoughts on Group Leader
He was helpful and provided us with much information.
Advice for Potential Travellers
Baku is safe and would be easy for independent travel. I'd suggest doing that as the extension to the Armenia/Georgia trip is grossly overpriced for such a short time period.
The destination itself is wonderful.
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