- 1 Can you get a ferry from Baku to Turkmenistan?
- 2 How to get from Azerbaijan to Turkmenistan?
- 3 How long does it take to cross the Caspian Sea?
- 4 Can you cross the Caspian Sea?
- 5 How do I get a Turkmenistan transit visa?
- 6 Can you sail from the Black Sea to the Caspian Sea?
- 7 How do I get from Kazakhstan to Azerbaijan?
- 8 Is the Caspian Sea salt water?
- 9 Can you get to Kazakhstan by boat?
- 10 Is Kazakhstan near Azerbaijan?
Can you get a ferry from Baku to Turkmenistan?
The only routes available at this time on the Caspian are from Baku, Azerbaijan, to Turkmenbashi, Turkmenistan, and Baku to Aktau, Kazakhstan. There may be a route from Astrakhan, Russia, to Turkmenbashi, but information on this is scarce. These ferries don’t leave on schedule.
How to get from Azerbaijan to Turkmenistan?
The fastest way to get from Azerbaijan to Turkmenistan is to fly. Taking this option will cost $320 – $1,000 and takes 10h 16m. How far is it from Azerbaijan to Turkmenistan? The distance between Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan is 996 km.
How long does it take to cross the Caspian Sea?
Depending on your destination the crossing will take anywhere from 14 to 18 hours. Once you dock, be prepared to wait on the ferry for at least another three to twelve hours before you’ll be able to leave the ferry and retrieve your car.
Can you cross the Caspian Sea?
Crossing the Caspian Sea by ferry can either be a smoother, easier and faster way of getting to Central Asia than riding through Russia or Iran… or it can be two weeks of waiting at the port, stress at customs and ridiculously long crossing times. Either way, you’re going to have a memorable experience.
How do I get a Turkmenistan transit visa?
You can apply for a Turkmenistan Transit Visa at a Turkmen Embassy or Consulate, without having to book a tour or obtain a Letter of Invitation. However, the Turkmen Transit Visa is only valid for 3 to 7 days, with the average being a 5-day transit visa.
Can you sail from the Black Sea to the Caspian Sea?
The canal forms a part of the Unified Deep Water System of European Russia. Together with the lower Volga and the lower Don, the canal provides the shortest navigable connection between the Caspian Sea and the world’s oceans, if the Mediterranean is counted, via the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea.
How do I get from Kazakhstan to Azerbaijan?
There is no direct connection from Azerbaijan to Kazakhstan. However, you can take the drive to Tbilisi airport, fly to Shimkent, then take the taxi to Shymkent. Alternatively, you can take the drive to Tbilisi airport, fly to Almaty, take the walk to Almaty Airport, then take the line 92 bus to Almaty.
Is the Caspian Sea salt water?
Despite its name, the Caspian Sea can be called either a lake or a sea. Seas are typically salt water. While the Caspian Sea is not fresh water, its salty water is diluted by the inflow of fresh water, especially in the north.
Can you get to Kazakhstan by boat?
The boat leaves when it’s full, which means, in theory, every 3 to 5 days, but in reality, there might be 5 boats going to Kazakhstan within one week or only 1 boat in two weeks. The best way of finding out when the boat is scheduled to leave is by ringing the Baku ticket office once or even twice a day.
Is Kazakhstan near Azerbaijan?
Azerbaijanis and Kazakhs are both Turkic-speaking people and share close historical, religious and cultural ties. Both are littoral states of the Caspian Sea and possess a common maritime border. Both countries are members of Turkic Council and Joint Administration of Turkic Arts and Culture.