Gobustan and Mud Volcano Tour



The Gobustan Museum of Petroglyphsis locates towards the south-east of the Great Caucasus mountain range. The museum exhibits rarest prehistoric rock drawings, petroglyphs, on the mountain ridge. It significantly allows you to get acquainted with life-style and activities of people from late Ice Age. There are also mud volcanoes in vicinity of the museum. It is commonly accepted Azerbaijan bears significant number (some argue half of the total mud volcano in the world) of mud volcanoes exist in the world. The most significant feature of the Gobustan mud volcanoes is that mud/clay and sometimes mixed with methane gas erupts continuously over a long period of time. The specifically under-pressurized eruption allows visitors observe eruption of volcano in a closer distance right at the top of mud cone.



Gobustan Museum of PetroglyphsisGobustan Mud volcanoes in Dashgil and Bibi Heybat Mosque are the attractions to visit.


Overall duration of the tour is about 5 and half hours. It also involves 140 km driving in total.



  • Hotel Pick up and drop off
  • Transport service (7-seater Van or 4-seater Sedan)
  • Sightseeing program with a local guide
  • Local guide fee
  • Entrance tickets to sights as per itinerary



  • 1 person: 130 azn
  • 2 people: 80 azn/per person
  • 3 people: 70 azn/per person
  • 4 people: 60 azn/per person
  • 5-6 people: 55 azn/per person


  • Gobustan Mud Volcanoes are inaccessible in a rainy day.



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