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Frequently asked Questions

Yes, most travellers, including Indian citizens, need a visa to enter Azerbaijan. You can easily apply for an e-visa online, and Duniya Safari can assist you with the entire process.

The best time to visit Azerbaijan is during spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is mild and pleasant. Summers are ideal for visiting mountain regions and beaches, while winters are perfect for enjoying winter sports.

The official currency of Azerbaijan is the Azerbaijani manat (AZN). It is recommended to exchange currency at official exchange offices or banks for the best rates.

Yes, Azerbaijan is generally safe for tourists. However, it is always advisable to follow standard travel precautions, such as avoiding isolated areas at night and safeguarding your belongings.

The official language is Azerbaijani. In tourist areas, you will find people who speak English, Russian, and Turkish.

Top attractions include Baku's Old City, Gobustan National Park, Sheki's Khan's Palace, Gabala, Shahdag Mountain Resort, and the Ateshgah Fire Temple. Duniya Safari's tour packages cover these and many more destinations.

Azerbaijan has a well-developed transport network, including domestic flights, trains, buses, and taxis. Baku also has a modern metro system. For convenience, Duniya Safari offers both private & shared transportation options in their tour packages.

Pack according to the season: light clothing for summer, warm layers for winter, and comfortable walking shoes. Don’t forget essentials like travel documents, a power adapter, and any necessary medications.

Azerbaijani cuisine features a variety of delicious dishes, including plov (pilaf), dolma (stuffed grape leaves), kebabs, and baklava. The cuisine is rich in flavors and influenced by Turkish, Persian, and Russian culinary traditions.

Azerbaijan uses type C and type F electrical plugs with a standard voltage of 220V and a frequency of 50Hz. It is recommended to carry a universal adapter for your electronic devices.

Credit cards are widely accepted in major cities, hotels, restaurants, and shops. However, it is advisable to carry some cash, especially when travelling to rural areas or smaller towns where card acceptance may be limited.

Azerbaijan celebrates several public holidays, including New Year's Day (January 1), Novruz Bayram (March 20-24), Victory Day (May 9), Republic Day (May 28), and Independence Day (October 18). Many businesses may be closed during these holidays.

Azerbaijan is a relatively conservative country. It is advisable to dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites. In urban areas like Baku, casual and business casual attire is acceptable.

Tipping is appreciated but not mandatory in Azerbaijan. In restaurants, a 5-10% tip is customary if service charges are not included. It is also polite to tip guides, drivers, and hotel staff for good service.

No. It is advisable to drink bottled or filtered water in Azerbaijan, as tap water may not always be safe for consumption. Bottled water is readily available in shops and hotels.

In case of emergencies, dial 112 for general emergency services in Azerbaijan. This number connects you to ambulance, police, and fire services.

Azerbaijan offers a variety of unique souvenirs, including handmade carpets, traditional copperware, ceramics, silk scarves, and local sweets like baklava and shekerbura. The local markets in Baku and other cities are great places to shop for these items.