Seven Beauties waterfall in Gabala city Azerbaijan
Spring is a wonderful time of the year for visiting Azerbaijan’s amazing waterfalls; they have already awoken from their winter dream, beautifying the northern regions of the country. Azerbaijan’s waterfalls in the northern regions turn to ice in winter, becoming the perfect place for fans of ice climbing. In spring, they also attract sports fans for other reasons. You can arouse yourself with the pure beauty of the modest and furious, full-flowing and sublime water flows that will definitely touch your feelings. The noble Afurdja waterfall, which is included in the list of the monuments of Azerbaijani nature, and the Mychig, Hamzali, Katek, Kirintov, Sarygyuney, and Ilisu waterfalls will reach their potential loveliness when embosomed with blossoming trees. You should not think that this journey would be a promenade before lunch. Most of Azerbaijani waterfalls are cascades falling from arduous hills, and not everyone can manage to climb them. However, any determination will be reworded with the scenic and wild nature, rare flowers, and trees. Guba, Qusar, Khachmaz, Khinalig, Qakh, Gabala, Ismayilli, Yardimli — these destinations are recommended for all waterfall admirers. Lovers of both high and small waterfalls will be pleased with Azerbaijani falls. Afurdja in Guba, one of the highest waterfalls, will strike you with its majesty; the same goes for Ramrama waterfall in Qakh, which is 97 meters high. Mamirli, another waterfall in Qakh, is located in a thick forest and is of an unusual form. The water falling from rocks for centuries has formed moss on their surface, which resembles a green carpet.