With a history of over 2500 years, is the second largest city in the country, a monument to its ancient culture, the industrial centre of western Azerbaijan and the home of the great Nizami. Ganja is surrounded by a multitude of forests, vineyards, lakes, rivers and mountains. The area is famous for many mineral springs and the unique medicinal oil – naphthalan, extracted 48 km from Ganja, in the city of Naftalan.
In the neighboring area of Goygol, there is the Goygol Nature Reserve which is the primary reserve in Azerbaijan.
Georgia is bordered by the Black Sea in the west, by Turkey and Armenia in the south, by Azerbaijan in the east, and Russia in the north. Georgia became a kingdom about 4 B.C. and Christianity was introduced in A.D. 337. During the reign of Queen Tamara (1184–1213), its territory included the whole of Transcaucasia. Georgia is rich in natural diversity that matches every requirement of travelers looking for specific type of leisure and entertainment.