Preparation is Key

Before embarking on your journey, ensure you have a detailed paper map of the route from Pakistan to Baku. Taif Travel and Tourism can provide comprehensive maps and travel brochures that highlight key landmarks, routes, and border crossings.

Planning Your Route

  1. Start in Pakistan:

    • Begin your journey from major cities like Islamabad, Lahore, or Karachi.
    • Head towards the Iran border, as this is the most straightforward route.
  2. Crossing into Iran:

    • Enter Iran through the Taftan border crossing.
    • Travel through key Iranian cities such as Zahedan, Kerman, and Tehran. The map will be invaluable in navigating the local highways and understanding the lay of the land.
  3. Entering Azerbaijan:

    • From Iran, head towards the Astara border crossing into Azerbaijan.
    • Once in Azerbaijan, follow the map towards the north, passing through cities like Lankaran and Salyan, until you reach Baku.

Using the Paper Map

  • Mark Key Locations: Use a pencil to mark key locations such as rest stops, gas stations, and hotels recommended by Taif Travel and Tourism.
  • Track Your Progress: Regularly check your position on the map to ensure you’re on the right track. This helps in staying oriented and avoiding any wrong turns.
  • Local Guidance: Don’t hesitate to ask locals for directions. Your map will be useful for them to understand your route and guide you accurately.

Enjoy the Journey

Traveling with a paper map offers a unique opportunity to disconnect from digital devices and truly engage with your surroundings. Enjoy the scenic landscapes, interact with locals, and immerse yourself in the diverse cultures along the way.

Arrival in Baku

Upon arriving in Baku, use your map to explore the city’s rich history and vibrant culture. Visit iconic landmarks like the Maiden Tower, Flame Towers, and the Caspian Sea coastline.