Gadaşova Elnara

Elnara was born in the Khachmaz region and moved to Israel with her family while studying in 4’th grade. After a few years, she moved back to Azerbaijan. Here she started her career as a guide, developing her tours for students in northern regions. Later she moved to Red Settlement in Guba city, where she shares her passion and knowledge of Jewish Heritage with visitors.

Yusufova Regina

Regina was born and raised in Red Settlement, located in Guba. She works as a guide in The Mountain Jews Museum, where she shares her knowledge with the visitors.

Ruvinova Elnora

Elnora was born in the Khachmaz region and moved to Israel with her family while studying in 4’th grade. After a few years, she moved back to Azerbaijan. Here she started her career as a guide, developing her tours for students in northern regions. Later she moved to Red Settlement in Guba city, where she shares her passion and knowledge of Jewish Heritage with visitors.

Ruvinova Alena

Ruvinova Alena was born and raised in Moscow. A few years ago relocated to Guba, Azerbaijan, where she started her career as a guide in the Mountain Jews Museum. She will give you a tour of the museum and teach you all you need to know about Mountain Jews’ history, culture, and traditions. Alyona will be delighted to accompany you and share her knowledge with you.

Anar Huseyinov

Anar was born and raised in the heart of west Azerbaijan – Oghuz. He worked in Cultural Center as a Methodist. He works as a guide for the past 7 years. His tours full of interesting historical facts and stories about sightseeing places are usually in English and Russian languages.
15.Iskandar was born in Sumgayit city and works as a guide for the past 13 years. He would love to guide you through the history of Azerbaijan with his tours! He also speaks 7 languages such as Russian, Turkish, English, Persian, Arabic, and Greek!

Natalinov Sadiq

Sadiq was born in the Oghuz region, where he lives and works as a guide. He works with groups where he shares his stories about sightseeing places and historical facts of the Oghuz region and Azerbaijan. He provides tours in Hebrew and Russian languages.

Natalinov Teymur

Teymur is a passionate guide from Oghuz region who would be happy to share his experience and life-time long stories about his hometown!

Ruslan İsayev

Ruslan Isayev was born in the village of Qayabashi in the Shaki district. With a degree in Mathematics, he graduated from the Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University named after. After 19 years of teaching, he found his new passion – being a guide. He moved to Oghuz district, one of the few places where Jews lived in Azerbaijan. From there he began his career and shared his experiences and insights.

Mammadov Elchin

Elchin was born and raised in Azerbaijan, and for almost 10 years I have been working as a guide – your guide to the history and beauty of the “Land of Lights”.
His years of experience in tourism allow me to choose exactly the right routes, style, and pace of excursions individual for each group of tourists, for each guest.
I never burden my guests with dry, banal facts: my excursions are bright, exciting, and memorable stories that you want to live over and over again. I will always tell you an interesting case or a joke, appropriate to the moment, I will show non-standard, not often visited by tourists places, I will recommend the best restaurant, well and certainly I will tell the most interesting stories and stories of our old residents!
My excursions are exclusively author’s. Among them are “Jewish tour” in the city of Baku, “Jewish places” in different parts of our beautiful country, “Tour of the old city”, “Museum Tour” on Baku, “Tour of wineries of Azerbaijan”, as well as super active tours “Camping” and “Jeep Tour”, with climbing on the active mud volcanoes and much more.
Come to Azerbaijan! See our ancient and beautiful country differently!
Your guide,
Elchin Mammadov.

Aliyev Iskandar

I have been blessed with several chances to study different things in different places. Having lived not only in Azerbaijan but also in Turkey and the United States, I’ve been able to improve both myself and my language skills. On top of Turkish, English, Azerbaijani, and Russian I can also get by in Persian and Arabic. Oh, and did I mention I also have a degree in law?
The reason why I’ve become a guide is simple: I love to present my country. I love talking about its history and culture. I love to see happiness in the eyes of tourists. From mud volcanoes to the melee of the wholesale bazaar there’s so much to show you in Baku!