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Shamakhi-Lahij and Winery Tour

Shamakhi-Lahij and Winery Tour

Azerbaijan Winery Tour Itinerary: 1. Abqora Lake: Embark on your journey with a visit to the picturesque Abqora Lake. Marvel at the serene beauty of the surroundings as you take a leisurely stroll along the shores. Capture the breathtaking landscapes and enjoy the tranquility of this hidden gem. 2. Local Winery Experience: Continue your adventure with an immersive experience at a local winery. Learn the art of winemaking as you explore the vineyards and the production process. Engage your senses with wine tasting, savoring the unique flavors of Azerbaijani wines. Discover the rich cultural heritage intertwined with the local winemaking traditions. 3. Lahij's Traditional Craftsmanship: Conclude your tour with a visit to Lahij, a town renowned for its traditional craftsmanship. Wander through cobbled streets lined with workshops where local artisans showcase their skills. Witness the creation of intricate copperware and other handmade goods, gaining insights into the region's rich cultural heritage. Tour Inclusions: Comfortable transportation throughout the itinerary. Expert guides providing insights into the history and culture. Convenient hotel pickup and drop-off. A complimentary bottle of water to keep you refreshed. Professional photography services to capture your memorable moments. Exclusions: Entrance fee to the winery (included in the option (if the option selected)). Join us for a day filled with nature, wine, and cultural exploration, as we bring the beauty of Azerbaijan to life in this unforgettable Winery Tour.

Private Tour to Shemakhi & Lahij From Baku

Private Tour to Shemakhi & Lahij From Baku

You will depart from your hotel in Baku in the early morning. On the way, you will visit the Diri Baba Mausoleum in Maraza. Continue on to Shamakha and see the historical Juma Mosque, Yeddi Gumbez Mausoleum, and the Shirvan Shah's family graveyard. Afterwards, drive through the Girdimanchay River Canyon to visit Lahij, a 5th Century village rich in its historic and architectural values. Lahij is an ancient village with charming eye-catching sidewalks inlaid with stones. It is famous for its medieval water supply and sewage systems, as well as traditional jewellery, copperware, carpets, pottery, daggers, and iron tools workshops.

2 Days Shamakhi, Lahij, Gabala, and Sheki Tour

2 Days Shamakhi, Lahij, Gabala, and Sheki Tour

After the meeting in defined meeting point or hotel, we start the tour to Diri Baba Mausoleum located between Baku and Shamakhi. We reach there in 1 hour and half. While reaching the Mauseloum, guide will explain about the history of this place by walking around and inside. There are many legends about Diri Baba and with its ancient mysteries, this landmark attracts many curious visitors. From Diri Baba Mausoleum to the Juma Mosque is 30 minutes distance by car. Shamakhi Juma Mosque, one of the oldest Muslim temples in Azerbaijan, as well as in the South Caucasus and the Middle East and first Mosque in Azerbaijan was built in 743. While entering inside the Mosque, you need to remove your shoes, but walking barefoot is not a problem, because the floor is covered with thick carpets. Tour continues to Ismayilli region and next point is Hanging Bridge (Zernava Bridge). From the Yeddi Gumbaz to the bridge is 60 minutes by car at least. You will see the beauty of the nature and the view of the majestic natural canyon and Zernava suspension bridge. As a part of the tour, our last stop is Lahij village. from the Hanging Bridge to the Lahij is 40 minutes way by car. Ismayilli region stands out for its unique nature. The village of Lahij is known far beyond the borders of the republic thanks to its copper craftsmen. Lahij is one of the most ancient human settlements and notable place in Azerbaijan, with its authentic handicrafts traditions, particularly related to copper. Guests will spent about 1 hour and half or more here with the guide explanation, see the live handicraft working process and more. After completing the tour, heading to Gabala, that takes about 1 hour by car. Our next stop will be the Nohur lake ( Nohurgol) is located in a few kilometres southeast of Qabala is one of Azerbaijan’s most beautiful spots, 700 m above sea level. You will be amazed by the fresh air and water is one of the most picturesque places of Gabala. The quiet atmosphere and bird sounds create an ideal relaxation environment to escape from the noise of the city. Moreover, you can try horse riding and boat trip. Swimming is prohibited but fishing and hiking are popular. “Seven Beauties” waterfall (Yeddi Gozel) gives cooling and freshness of crystal clear water. This mountainous waterfall flowing from the highest peaks of the Caucasus Mountains and the name of the Seven Beauties (Yeddi Gozal) Waterfall originates from the name of the 7 mountain roads that should pass to reach the waterfall. The final sightseeing destination of this will be in Tufandag Summer-Winter Touristic , “Tufandaq” Winter-Summer Tourism Complex that offers you to contemplate the whole view, which rises above 1920 m and shows the landscape in full view that you can see all of the panorama of Gabala at any time of the year, skiing on the ski tracks of different difficulty level, ski training and ski school.

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We were on the Shamakhi-Lahij and winery tour with guide Hussain from Baku Heritage tours. We had a really great time on this tour, despite the bus being late due to traffic which is a common theme in Baku as well as the poor weather on the day. Hussain provided great explanations about the lovely town of Lahij as well as some interesting stories about life in Azerbeijan. Our lunch in a small shop in Lahij was delicious, and we also were able to see local craftsmen at work which was fascinating. Finally, on the winery tour in Shamakhi we learnt about the processes used to make wine, as well as wine / cheese pairings. A really great tour to go on if you want to experience local culture as well as sample some fine wines.

I liked the dynamism of the tour and the various tastings, I would definitely improve the waiting times during lunch at the "L'Amphora" restaurant given that we had to wait for lunch for over 1 hour. congratulations to the guide Ronnie who managed to manage the simultaneous translation in two languages (English, Russian)

We did not visit any mausoleum or burial place or the Suspension bridge mentioned in the description. We only went to Shemakhi and Lahij which was okay as those were the key highlights for me, but the description of the tour should be updated.