Travel Guide to Karabakh
Although there is much controversy over the ownership of the area, the natural richness of Karabakh has made it a beautiful tourist attraction apart from any political issue. Although the war has had a very negative impact on the life and outlook of the region, the people of the country are rebuilding their homes in the best way possible.While the development and development of tourism infrastructure in Nagorno-Karabakh is being pursued very seriously, it is still more suited to adventure travelers with a little bit of hardship and hardship on these trips, and may not be able to provide the comfort we expect.It should be remembered, however, that Nagorno-Karabakh is also a religious tourism center, and many tourists, especially from Armenia, visit the religious centers to visit the area.Naturally, Nagorno-Karabakh is a lush, wooded area with numerous mountains. For such areas, it is definitely the best time to travel in spring, summer and early fall. If you want to travel to Karabakh, June is the best time until early October. Another time to travel to this country is May 9th or Freedom Day. In spring, the climate is very humid in the area and there is often a lot of fog.You do not need any more documents to enter this self-proclaimed country except for a passport. At the border between Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh the passport is controlled by the border guards and you are required to go to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as soon as you reach Stepanakert and get your visa. After arriving in Karabakh, you have a short time to get a visa, which is checked only when you leave. Applying for a visa is not a complicated process, it is easy to get an Armenian visa, and by filling out a form in English and Armenian, you get $ 2 (or 5,000 Armenian dram) and wait in turn for your visa.