Visit Guide to Altiaghaj National Park

A national park in the south-eastern part of Greater Caucasus Mountains between the Khizi and Siyazan regions. 90% of the territory comprises pristine forests of oak, hornbeam, beech, ash and maple. The fauna includes lynx, brown bear, grey wolf and East Caucasian tur. There are 8 ecotourism routes for visitors to explore.

Getting There

Altiaghaj National Park is located around 120km north from the capital Baku. You can get there by car or a taxi, as well as take an inter-city bus from Baku International Bus Terminal and reach Siyazan region, taking a taxi then to the Park.

What to Expect

Altiaghaj National Park offers great opportunities for ecotourism and hiking, as well as birdwatching. Here you can enjoy the natural landscape of the southeastern slopes of the Greater Caucasus, go hiking along one of 8 ecotours available and encounter many species of wild animals inhabiting the area.


The Park was established on August 31, 2004.


  • Public toilets
  • Tourist Information Points
  • Guide services