The Caspian Sea is the largest enclosed inland water body on Earth in terms of area, variously classified as the largest lake in the world or a full-fledged sea. The sea is bounded in the north-west by Russia, in the west by Azerbaijan, in the south by Iran, in the south-east by Turkmenistan and in the northeast by Kazakhstan. The ancient inhabitants of its coast perceived the Caspian Sea as an ocean, probably because of its salinity and seeming infinity.
It can be carried out on a yacht or pleasure boat, depending on the number of trips. During Baku Boat Tour experienced guides tell the story of the sea Caspian , its wealth and existing problems. At the same time – you can admire the unique panorama of Baku, with the opening of the sea.
Two boats alternately depart from Baku Boulevard. Swim to the middle of the Baku bay and – back. This is called the “Sea Walk” attraction. Old Baku entertainment. Only the boats themselves are older than him.
Baku Port offers a short 30-minutes ferry ride to the Caspian Sea. This little ferry is a great way to understand the scale of the harbor. On weekends, boats are filled with local families and young couples, funny forcing the ship to move through the list from one side to another when they are fighting for the best view of the city.
A tour on a Baku boat is a feeling of freedom and wind in your hair. But sea entertainments are also waiting for you: you go fishing, swim with masks, take training in free diving, scuba diving and hunting, and our skipper will tell you about the basics of sailing.
Departure is not scheduled but seems to be sent every 30 or 40 minutes. This one is definening by them for the weather conditions.
So be prepared to wait if you are one of the first to hit the road. It is highly recommended when visiting Baku!
Your Tour itinerary: Mountain Park (Upland Park); Old Town Icherisheher; Baku Boulevard; Little Venice; Carpet Museum Baku city tour is an ideal introduction into Azerbaijan culture and includes a combination with Old Town walking tour. You will see the famous […]
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