Be in the know before you go
E-visas for Azerbaijan are normally valid for 30 days and are single entry. The Azerbaijani authorities have agreed that e-visas can be extended in some circumstances. For more information, visit the Republic of Azerbaijan Official Electronic Visa Portal.
Health and Wellness
Azerbaijan has both public and private health sectors. Healthcare in Azerbaijan is provided by public and private healthcare institutions and regulated through the Ministry of Healthcare.
You should be up to date on routine vaccinations while traveling to any destination. Some vaccines may also be required for travel. Please visit the CDC website for more information.
If you are traveling with medication, check with Azerbaijan’s embassy, consulate, or Ministry of Health for details on medication allowances and restrictions. If your medication is a psychotropic or narcotic, you can review Azerbaijan’s regulations on the International Narcotics Control Board. Note that these sources may provide incomplete or out-of-date information. We are continually working with our local teams to maintain and improve safety standards by seeking good health and safety practices. We will do our best to ensure that your holiday is safe and trouble-free. We want you to have an enjoyable holiday, so we ask that you take extra care, use your common sense as well as refer to notices and follow the advice from your National Escort. We are continually working with our accommodation and transport providers to raise safety standards as much as possible, and we will do our best to ensure that your holiday is safe and trouble-free. Still, we do ask that you take that little bit of extra care whilst you are visiting.