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Dear Guest,


BON VOYAGE travel company is glad to offer you the Classic Tour Packages in Armenia - an exceptional opportunity to explore Armenia’s most visited tourist destinations, enjoy the famous Armenian hospitality and taste Armenian national dishes. We offer from 3 to 14 days Classic Tour Packages that include the most interesting and unique destinations both in Armenia and Artsakh. You will get acquainted with Armenian people, its history, culture and traditions.Many famous sights contained in these packages are unique due to their architecture and impact on the world civilization; many of them are declared by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. Among them are Etchmiadzin Cathedral, Saint Hripsimé and Saint Gayané Churches, Ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral, Haghpat and Sanahin Monasteries, Geghard Monastery. Our professional guides will introduce to you the cultural masterpieces and the most remarkable episodes of Armenia’s age-old history. You will visit Matenadaran - Institute of Ancient Manuscripts and many museums. You’ll also visit Yerevan Brandy Company (YBC) – Armenia’s leading enterprise for the production of world famous bandy (main brand name is Ararat). The excursion includes a degustation of famous Armenian cognac followed by a brief introduction to some (but not all) secrets of its production. Souvenirs, hand-made crafts and paintings of contemporary Armenian artists will remind you of the IMPRESSIONS that NEVER DEVALUATE.

 

BON VOYAGE!

3 ՕՐ ՀԱՅԱՍՏԱՆՈՒՄ

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INSTANT BOOK NOW 1-3 persons 4-6 persons 7-16 persons 17-30 persons 31-50 persons
3 days in Armenia (Weekend in Armenia)

125000 

AMD

124000 

AMD

118000 

AMD

112000 

AMD

105000 

AMD

 

  • Day 1:

    Pick up at Yerevan Zvartnots airport; Transfer to hotel; Yerevan City Tour; Dinner at a Restaurant

    Arrival at Yerevan Zvartnots airport. Transfer and accommodation in hotel. The program will begin by a Yerevan City Tour, one of the world’s oldest cities. In the evening we will have a welcome dinner at a restaurant where you will enjoy a wide variety of Armenian national dishes. Return to hotel.
  • Day 2:

    Khor Virap Church; Areni Wine Factory; Lunch in a Cave; Noravank; Tatev Monastery; “Wings of Tatev” aerial tramway; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We’ll start our day by an excursion to Khor Virap Church located in the Ararat valley from where opens a fascinating view to the Mountains of Ararat - the place named in the Book of Genesis where Noah's Ark came to rest after the great flood (Genesis 8:4). This is the closest place to view and take photos of the biblical mountain. It can be considered as the most visited pilgrimage site in Armenia.
    We will drive to Areni village in Vayots Dzor region famous for its wines and winemaking traditions and will visit Areni Wine Factory. Archeological excavations executed by a group of Armenian, American and Irish specialists revealed many tares and winemaking equipment with wine remains and grapeseeds in the caves near Areni village. According to the scientifically proven facts, winemaking in Armenia has 6 thousand years’ history. Armenians were the first who were engaged in wine exports. You’ll have an opportunity to taste wines and buy the one you like.
    On our way to Noravank monastery we’ll lunch in a cave. We will visit Noravank (literally "new monastery") - a 13th century Armenian monastery located 122 km from Yerevan in a narrow gorge of Amaghu River, well known for its tall, sheer, brick-red cliffs right across from the monastery.
    Then we will have an unforgettable tour to Tatev Monastery - a 9th century Armenian monastery located in southeastern Armenia, situated on the edge of a deep gorge of the Vorotan River. Those who wish can enjoy a breathtaking “flight” on the world’s longest reversible aerial tramway “Wings of Tatev”-a 5.750 km long cable-car which connects village Halidzor and the Tatev Monastery. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 3:

    Yerevan Brandy Company; Vernissage-open-air handicrafts’ market; Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our day from Yerevan Brandy Company (YBC) - the leading enterprise of Armenia for the production of world famous alcoholic beverages. Its main brand name is Ararat. During the excursion you will have a degustation of famous Armenian cognac. Then you’ll have an opportunity to purchase gifts and souvenirs from the open-air handicrafts’ market Vernissage (open on Saturdays and Sundays) which will remind you of your impressions received in Armenia. Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan.

The price of the program includes:

  • Hotel accommodation (2 nights)
  • Meals as specified in the tour package
  • Full transportation service (comfortable air-conditioned minibus or bus)
  • Professional guide service
  • Soft drinks during the trips
  • Entrance fees to the historical and cultural attractions


Additional information and cancellation policy

  •  The price of the tour package is stated per person. It may change according to the group size and is subject to additional discussion.
  •  For additional services not listed in the tour package, the price will be discussed separately.
  •  A deposit payment (30 % of the total tour package price) is required upon reservation.
  •  Balance (the remaining 70% of the total tour package price) due at 60 days before arrival.
  •  All cancellations must be in writing via e-mail. A full refund of the paid amount will be provided for all cancellations received 61 days or more prior to arrival.
  •  The final list of the tourists should be provided 30 days prior to arrival. Any participant withdrawing from the program undergoes the following penalties according to his/her balance payment:

-60-31 days prior to arrival: 10% of the program price
-30-21 days prior to arrival: 30% of the program price
-20-11 days prior to arrival: 50% of the program price
-10-2 days prior to arrival: 70% of the program price
-1 or less days prior to arrival: 100% of the program price

  •  No refund in case of early departure and withdrawing from any part of the tour program.

5 ՕՐ ՀԱՅԱՍՏԱՆՈՒՄ

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INSTANT BOOK NOW 1-3 persons 4-6 persons 7-16 persons 17-30 persons

31-50 persons

5 days in Armenia

249000 

AMD

237000 

AMD

225000 

AMD

214000 

AMD

203000 

AMD

  • Day 1:

    Pick up at Yerevan Zvartnots airport; Transfer to hotel; Yerevan City Tour; Dinner at a Restaurant

    Arrival at Yerevan Zvartnots airport. Transfer and accommodation in hotel. The program will begin by a Yerevan City Tour, one of the world’s oldest cities. In the evening we will have a welcome dinner at a restaurant where you will enjoy a wide variety of Armenian national dishes. Return to hotel.
  • Day 2:

    Etchmiadzin City; Saint Hripsimé Church; Saint Gayané Church; Lunch in Etchmiadzin city; Etchmiadzin Cathedral; Ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. This day we will have a trip to Etchmiadzin city (known also as Vagharshapat). It is the main religious center of the Armenian people, located about 18 km (11 mi) west of the capital Yerevan. The territory of ancient Vagharshapat was inhabited since the 3rd millennium BC. On the entry of Etchmiadzin city we will have a tour to Saint Hripsimé Church, one of the oldest surviving churches in Armenia, built by Catholicos Sahak the Great in 395 AD. It contains the remains of the martyred Saint Hripsimé to whom the church was dedicated.
    Our next stop will be another famous tourist sight- Saint Gayané Church, built by Catholicos Ezra I in the year 630. We will have lunch in Etchmiadzin city, after which we will visit the Etchmiadzin Cathedral - the mother church of the Armenian Apostolic Church. It was built between 301 and 303, and is considered the oldest cathedral in the world. As the main spiritual center of most Armenians worldwide, Etchmiadzin is a major pilgrimage site and is one of the most visited places in the country.
    On our way back to Yerevan we will visit Zvartnots Cathedral (meaning "celestial angels"), now in ruins. It is a 7th-century centrally planned aisled tetraconch type Armenian cathedral built by the order of Catholicos Nerses the Builder from 643-652. Etchmiadzin Cathedral, Churches of Etchmiadzin and the Archaeological Site of Zvartnots are listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 3:

    Tsakhkadzor; Kecharis Monastery; Lake Sevan; Sevanavank; Lunch in Sevan; Dilijan; Goshavank; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our tour from Kotayk region and will visit Kecharis Monastery in Tsakhkadzor resort town. It is an 11th-13th century monastery located in picturesque surroundings among valleys of flowers and forested mountains. Then we will drive to Gegharqunik region which is famous for Lake Sevan, also called “The Pearl of Armenia”. It is the world’s largest mountain lake. On a clear and sunny day, the water often obtains a deep turquoise color. It is a popular summer tourist spot for Armenians and tourists. Lake Sevan is also famous for its Sevan trout (Salmo ischchan) - an endemic species of the lake. Then we will drive to Sevanavank - a monastic complex located on a peninsula at the northwestern shore of Lake Sevan. Sevanavank is one of the most visited tourist sights in Armenia.
    We will lunch in Sevan and taste famous Sevan trout (Salmo ischchan).
    After lunch we will have a trip to Dilijan, usually called Armenian Switzerland or Little Switzerland by the local residents. It is one of the most important resorts of Armenia, situated within the Dilijan National Park. The Sharambeyan street in the centre, has been preserved and maintained as an "old town," complete with craftsman's workshops, a gallery and a museum. Hiking, mountain biking, and picnicking are popular recreational activities here.
    Then we will drive to Goshavank - a 12th or 13th century Armenian monastery located in the village of Gosh. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 4:

    Matenadaran; Upper Azat Valley; Lunch on the bank of Azat River; Garni Pagan Tample; Geghard Monastery; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our day visiting Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts- Matenadaran (repository of ancient manuscripts). It is a research institute-museum and has one of the world’s richest collections of ancient manuscripts and books.
    Then we’ll head for Azat river, on the way we will stop at the Arch of Charents (architect R. Israelian, 1957), from where a breathtaking view of the Ararat valley and Ararat mountain opens.
    We’ll lunch at a restaurant on the bank of Azat River with a fascinating view of Upper Azat Valley. After the lunch we will visit the Temple of Garni - a reconstructed classical Hellenistic temple, the only Greco-Roman colonnaded building in Armenia and the former Soviet Union, the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. It is said to be built in the first century AD by king Tiridates I.
    Not far from Garni there is another famous tourist sight in Armenia, called Geghard - a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province, partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. The Monastery complex, together with numerous engraved and free-standing khachkars (cross-stones) is a unique sight, being one of the most frequented tourist destinations in Armenia. Monastery of Geghard and the Upper Azat Valley are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 5:

    Armenian Genocide memorial complex at Tsitsernakaberd; Vernissage-open-air handicrafts’ market; Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning of our last day we will have an excursion to the Armenian Genocide memorial complex Tsitsernakaberd - Armenia's official memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide in 1915. Then you’ll have an opportunity to purchase gifts and souvenirs from the open-air handicrafts’ market Vernissage (open on Saturdays and Sundays) which will remind you of your impressions received in Armenia. (The day of the excursion to Vernissage can be changed in accordance to the arrival and departure days) Free time.
    Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan.

 

 

The price of the program includes:

  • Hotel accommodation (4 nights)
  • Meals as specified in the tour package
  • Full transportation service (comfortable air-conditioned minibus or bus)
  • Professional guide service
  • Soft drinks during the trips
  • Entrance fees to the historical and cultural attractions


Additional information and cancellation policy

  •  The price of the tour package is stated per person. It may change according to the group size and is subject to additional discussion.
  •  For additional services not listed in the tour package, the price will be discussed separately.
  •  A deposit payment (30 % of the total tour package price) is required upon reservation.
  •  Balance (the remaining 70% of the total tour package price) due at 60 days before arrival.
  •  All cancellations must be in writing via e-mail. A full refund of the paid amount will be provided for all cancellations received 61 days or more prior to arrival.
  •  The final list of the tourists should be provided 30 days prior to arrival. Any participant withdrawing from the program undergoes the following penalties according to his/her balance payment:

-60-31 days prior to arrival: 10% of the program price
-30-21 days prior to arrival: 30% of the program price
-20-11 days prior to arrival: 50% of the program price
-10-2 days prior to arrival: 70% of the program price
-1 or less days prior to arrival: 100% of the program price

  •  No refund in case of early departure and withdrawing from any part of the tour program.

5 ՕՐ ՀԱՅԱՍՏԱՆՈՒՄ ԵՎ ԱՐՑԱԽՈՒՄ

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INSTANT BOOK NOW 1-3 persons 4-6 persons 7-16 persons 17-30 persons 31-50 persons
5 days in Armenia and Artsakh

221000

AMD

210000

AMD

200000

AMD

190000

AMD

180000

AMD

  • Day 1:

    Pick up at Yerevan Zvartnots airport; Transfer to hotel; Yerevan City Tour; Dinner at a Restaurant

    Arrival at Yerevan Zvartnots airport. Transfer and accommodationin hotel. The program will begin by a Yerevan City Tour,one of the world’s oldest cities. In the evening we will have a welcome dinner at a restaurant where you will enjoy a wide variety of Armenian national dishes. Return to hotel.
  • Day 2:

    Khor Virap Church; Areni Wine Factory; Saint Astvatsatsin Church of Areni; Lunch in a Cave; Noravank; Jermuk; Stepanakert; Overnight in Stepanakert

    Breakfast at the hotel. We’ll start our day by an excursion to Khor Virap Church located in the Ararat valley from where opens a fascinating view to the Mountains of Ararat - the place named in the Book of Genesis where Noah's Ark came to rest after the great flood (Genesis 8:4). This is the closest place to view and take photos of the biblical mountain. It can be considered as the most visited pilgrimage site in Armenia.
    We will drive to Areni village in Vayots Dzor region famous for its wines and winemaking traditions and will visit Areni Wine Factory. Archeological excavations executed by a group of Armenian, American and Irish specialists revealed many tares and winemaking equipment with wine remains and grapeseeds in the caves near Areni village. According to the scientifically proven facts, winemaking in Armenia has 6 thousand years’ history. Armenians were the first who were engaged in wine exports. You’ll have an opportunity to taste wines and buy the one you like. Then we will visit the Church of the Holy Mother of God in Areni. It is a single-nave two-aisled domed church completed in 1321.
    On our way to Noravank monastery we’ll lunch in a cave. We will visit Noravank (literally "new monastery") - a 13th century Armenian monastery located 122 km from Yerevan in a narrow gorge of Amaghu River, well known for its tall, sheer, brick-red cliffs right across from the monastery.
    From Noravank we will have a trip to Jermuk resort town with fresh air, artificial lakes, forests and mineral water pools, sanatoriums,hotels and health spas,. Then we will drive to Stepanakert, the capital and the largest city of Artsakh. Check in at hotel in Stepanakert and overnight.
  • Day 3:

    Stepanakert City Tour; Gandzasar; Lunch; Askeran Fortress (Mayraberd); Overnight in Stepanakert

    Breakfast at the hotel. We’ll start our day by a Stepanakert City Tour. We will visit Gandzasar monastery, a 10th–13th century Armenian monastery in Artsakh, which is now the seat of the Archbishop of Artsakh.
    We will have lunch near Gandzasar Monastery, after which we will visit Askeran fortress (Mayraberd) built in 18th century. We will return to hotel and you will have free time at your disposal.
    Overnight in Stepanakert.
  • Day 4:

    Shushi; Saint Ghazanchetsots Church; Jdrduz Canyon; Lunch; Tatev Monastery; “Wings of Tatev” aerial tramway; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will have an excursion to Saint Ghazanchetsots Cathedralin Shushi, the main cathedral and headquarters of the Armenian Apostolic Church's Diocese of Artsakh.
    We will visit Jdrduz canyon, not far from Shushi. This is a unique place for extreme lovers.
    After lunch we will have an unforgettable tour to Tatev Monastery - a 9th century Armenian monastery located in southeastern Armenia, situated on the edge of a deep gorge of the Vorotan River. Those who wish can enjoy a breathtaking “flight” on the world’s longest reversible aerial tramway “Wings of Tatev” - a 5.750 km long cable-car which connects village Halidzor and the Tatev Monastery. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 5:

    Yerevan Brandy Company; Vernissage-open-air handicrafts’ market; Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan

    Breakfast at thehotel. We will start our day from Yerevan Brandy Company (YBC) - the leading enterprise of Armenia for the production of world famous alcoholic beverages. Its main brand name is Ararat. During the excursion you will have a degustation of famous Armenian cognac.
    Then you’ll have an opportunity to purchase gifts and souvenirs from the open-air handicrafts’ market Vernissage (open on Saturdays and Sundays) which will remind you of your impressions received in Armenia.
    Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan.

The price of the program includes:

  • Hotel accommodation (4 nights)
  • Meals as specified in the tour package
  • Full transportation service (comfortable air-conditioned minibus or bus)
  • Professional guide service
  • Soft drinks during the trips
  • Entrance fees to the historical and cultural attractions


Additional information and cancellation policy

  •  The price of the tour package is stated per person. It may change according to the group size and is subject to additional discussion.
  •  For additional services not listed in the tour package, the price will be discussed separately.
  •  A deposit payment (30 % of the total tour package price) is required upon reservation.
  •  Balance (the remaining 70% of the total tour package price) due at 60 days before arrival.
  •  All cancellations must be in writing via e-mail. A full refund of the paid amount will be provided for all cancellations received 61 days or more prior to arrival.
  •  The final list of the tourists should be provided 30 days prior to arrival. Any participant withdrawing from the program undergoes the following penalties according to his/her balance payment:

-60-31 days prior to arrival: 10% of the program price
-30-21 days prior to arrival: 30% of the program price
-20-11 days prior to arrival: 50% of the program price
-10-2 days prior to arrival: 70% of the program price
-1 or less days prior to arrival: 100% of the program price

  •  No refund in case of early departure and withdrawing from any part of the tour program.

7 ՕՐ ՀԱՅԱՍՏԱՆՈՒՄ

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INSTANT BOOK NOW 1-3 persons 4-6 persons 7-16 persons 17-30 persons 31-50 persons
7 days in Armenia

375000

AMD

355000

AMD

340000

AMD

323000

AMD

307000

AMD

  • Day 1:

    Arrival to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan; Transfer to hotel; Erebuni Museum; Yerevan City Tour; Dinner in a Restaurant

    Arrival to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan. Transfer and accommodation in hotel. We will start our excursion program from Erebuni Museum, opened in 1968 in the honor of the 2750th anniversary of Yerevan. The Museum is situated at the foot of the Arin Berd hill, on top of which the Urartian Fortress Erebuni has stood since 782 BC. Then we will have a Yerevan City Tour. In the evening we will have a welcome dinner in a restaurant where you can enjoy a wide variety of Armenian national dishes. Return to hotel.
  • Day 2:

    Matenadaran; Upper Azat Valley; Lunch on the bank of Azat river; Garni Pagan Tample; Geghard Monastery

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our day from the excursion to the Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts- Matenadaran (repository of ancient manuscripts). It is a research institute, museum and it has one of the world’s richest collections of ancient manuscripts and books.
    We will take a trip to Azat river, on the way we will stop at the Arch of Charents (architect R. Israelian, 1957), from which opens a breathtaking view of the Ararat valley with Ararat mountain.
    We will have lunch in a restaurant on the bank of Azat river with a fascinating view of Upper Azat Valley . After the lunch we will visit the Temple of Garni - a reconstructed classical Hellenistic temple, the only Greco-Roman colonnaded building in Armenia and the former Soviet Union, the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. It was probably built in the first century AD by king Tiridates I.
    Not far from Garni there is another famous tourist sight in Armenia, called Geghard - a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province, partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. The Monastery complex, together with numerous engraved and free-standing khachkars (cross-stones) is a unique sight, being one of the most frequented tourist destinations in Armenia.
    Monastery of Geghard and the Upper Azat Valley are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 3:

    Etchmiadzin City; Saint Hripsimé Church; Saint Gayane Church; Lunch in Etchmiadzin city; Etchmiadzin Cathedral; Ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral

    Breakfast at the hotel. This day we will have a trip to Etchmiadzin city (known also as Vagharshapat). It is the main religious center of the Armenian people, located about 18 km (11 mi) west of the capital Yerevan. The territory of ancient Vagharshapat was inhabited since the 3rd millennium BC. On the entry of Etchmiadzin city we will have a tour to Saint Hripsimé Church, one of the oldest surviving churches in Armenia, built by Catholicos Sahak the Great in 395 AD. It contains the remains of the martyred Saint Hripsimé to whom the church was dedicated. Our next stop will be another famous tourist sight - Saint Gayane Church, built by Catholicos Ezra I in the year 630. We will have lunch in Etchmiadzin city, after which we will visit the Etchmiadzin Cathedral - the mother church of the Armenian Apostolic Church. It was built between 301 and 303, and is considered the oldest cathedral in the world. As the main spiritual center of most Armenians worldwide, Etchmiadzin is a major pilgrimage site and is one of the most visited places in the country. On our way back to Yerevan we will visit Zvartnots Cathedral (meaning "celestial angels"), now in ruins. It is a 7th-century centrally planned aisled tetraconch type Armenian cathedral built by the order of Catholicos Nerses the Builder from 643-652. Etchmiadzin Cathedral, Churches of Etchmiadzin and the Archaeological Site of Zvartnots are listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 4:

    Khor Virap Church; Areni Wine Factory; Saint Astvatsatsin Church of Areni; Lunch in a Cave; Noravanq

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our day from the excursion to Khor Virap Church located in the Ararat plain from where is opened a fascinating view to the Mountains of Ararat - the place named in the Book of Genesis where Noah's Ark came to rest after the great flood (Genesis 8:4). It is the closest place to view the biblical mountain and take photos. It can be considered as the most visited pilgrimage site in Armenia.
    We will drive to Areni village in Vayots Dzor region famous for its wines and winemaking traditions and will visit Areni Wine Factory. Archeological excavations executed by a group of Armenian, American and Irish people found many tares and winemaking equipment with wine remains and grape nucleus in the caves near Areni village. According to the scientifically proven facts, winemaking in Armenia has 6 thousand years history. The Armenians were the first who were engaged in wine exporting. You will have an opportunity to taste wines and purchase your preferred kind of wine. Then we will visit Surb Astvatsatsin of Areni Church (meaning the "Holy Mother of God Church"). It is a single-nave two-aisled domed church completed in the year 1321.
    On our way to Noravank monastery we will have a lunch in a cave. We will visit Noravank (literally "new monastery") - a 13th century Armenian monastery, located 122 km from Yerevan in a narrow gorge made by the Amaghu River, well known for its tall, sheer, brick-red cliffs, directly across from the monastery.
    Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 5:

    National Gallery of Armenia; History Museum of Armenia; Yerevan Brandy Company;Sergei Parajanov Museum

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will have excursions to the National Gallery of Armenia and the History Museum of Armenia, located on Yerevan's Republic Square. Later we will visit Yerevan Brandy Company (YBC) - the leading enterprise of Armenia for the production of world famous alcoholic beverages. Its main brand name is Ararat. During the excursion you will have a degustation of famous Armenian cognac. We will return to hotel and you will have free time at your disposal. In the evening tour to Sergei Parajanov Museum. It is one of the most popular museums in Yerevan, dedicated to world known film director and artist Sergei Parajanov. Return to hotel.
  • Day 6:

    Hayravank; Noratus khachqars; Lake Sevan; Sevanavanq; Lunch in Sevan; Dilijan; Goshavank

    Breakfast at the hotel. This day we will explore the Gegharqunik region which is famous for Lake Sevan, also called “The Pearl of Armenia”. It is the world’s largest mountain lake. On a clear and sunny day, the water is often a deep turquoise color. It is a popular summer tourist spot for Armenians and tourists. Lake Sevan is also famous for its Sevan trout (Salmo ischchan) - an endemic species of the lake. We will start our tour program from the southwest shores of Lake Sevan and will visit Hayravank and Noratus - 9th-12th century Armenian monasteries, famous by numerous khachkars. Then we will drive to Sevanavank - a monastic complex located on a peninsula at the northwestern shore of Lake Sevan. Sevanavank is one of the most visited tourist sights in Armenia.
    We will lunch in Sevan and taste famous Sevan trout (Salmo ischchan).
    After lunch we will have a trip to Dilijan - usually called Armenian Switzerland or Little Switzerland by the locals. It is one of the most important resorts of Armenia, situated within the Dilijan National Park. The Sharambeyan street in the centre, has been preserved and maintained as an "old town," complete with craftsman's workshops, a gallery and a museum. Hiking, mountain biking, and picnicking are popular recreational activities.
    Then we will drive to Goshavanq - a 12th or 13th century Armenian monastery located in the village of Gosh. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 7:

    Armenian Genocide memorial complex “Tsitsernakaberd”; Vernissage-open-air handicrafts’ market; Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning of our last day of our tour program we will have an excursion to Armenian Genocide memorial complex “Tsitsernakaberd” - Armenia's official memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide in 1915. Afterwards You will have an opportunity to purchase gifts and souvenirs from the open-air handicrafts’ market Vernissage (open on Saturdays and Sundays) which will remind you about impressions received in Armenia. (The day of the excursion to Vernissage can be changed in accordance to the arrival and departure days) Free time. Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan.

 

The price of the program includes:

  •  Hotel accommodation (6 nights)
  •  Meals as specified in the tour package
  •  Full transportation service (comfortable air-conditioned minibus or bus)
  •  Professional guide’s services
  •  Soft drinks during the trips
  •  Entrance fees to the historical and cultural attractions


Additional information and cancellation policy

  •  The price of the tour package is stated per person. It may change according to the group size and is subject to additional discussion.
  •  For additional services not listed in the tour package, the price will be discussed separately.
  •  A deposit payment (30 % of the total tour package price) is required upon reservation.
  •  Balance (the remaining 70% of the total tour package price) due at 60 days before arrival.
  •  All cancellations must be in writing via e-mail. A full refund of the paid amount will be provided for all cancellations received 61 days or more prior to arrival.
  •  The final list of the tourists should be provided 30 days prior to arrival. Any participant withdrawing from the program undergoes the following penalties according to his/her balance payment:

-60-31 days prior to arrival: 10% of the program price
-30-21 days prior to arrival: 30% of the program price
-20-11 days prior to arrival: 50% of the program price
-10-2 days prior to arrival: 70% of the program price
-1 or less days prior to arrival: 100% of the program price

  •  No refund in case of early departure and withdrawing from any part of the tour program.

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INSTANT BOOK NOW 1-3 persons 4-6 persons 7-16 persons 17-30 persons 31-50 persons
10 days in Armenia

497000

AMD

473000

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450000

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428000

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407000

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  • Day 1:

    Pick upat Yerevan Zvartnots airport; Transfer to hotel; Erebuni Museum;Yerevan City Tour; Dinner at a Restaurant

    Arrival at Yerevan Zvartnots airport. Transfer and accommodationin hotel. The program will begin by a visit to Erebuni Museum founded in 1968, on 2750th anniversary of Yerevan. The Museum is at the foot of Arin Berd, a hill on top of which the Urartian Fortress Erebuni was erectedin 782 BC. Then we will have a Yerevan City Tour. In the evening we will have a welcome dinnerat a restaurant where you will enjoy a wide variety of Armenian national dishes. Return to hotel.
  • Day 2:

    Matenadaran; Upper Azat Valley; Lunch on the bank of Azat River; Garni Pagan Tample; Geghard Monastery; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our day visiting Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts- Matenadaran (repository of ancient manuscripts). It is a research institute-museum and has one of the world’s richest collections of ancient manuscripts and books.
    Then we’ll head for Azat river, on the way we will stop at the Arch of Charents (architect R. Israelian, 1957), from where opens a breathtaking view of the Ararat valley and Ararat mountain.
    We’ll lunchat a restaurant on the bank of Azat River with a fascinating view of Upper Azat Valley.
    After the lunch we will visit the Temple of Garni - a reconstructed classical Hellenistic temple, the only Greco-Roman colonnaded building in Armenia and the former Soviet Union, the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. It is said to be built in the first century AD by king Tiridates I.
    Not far from Garni there is another famous tourist sight in Armenia, called Geghard - a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province, partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. The Monastery complex, together with numerous engraved and free-standing khachkars (cross-stones) is a unique sight, being one of the most frequented tourist destinations in Armenia.
    Monastery of Geghard and the Upper Azat Valley are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
    Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 3:

    Etchmiadzin City; Saint Hripsimé Church; Saint Gayané Church; Lunch in Etchmiadzin city; Etchmiadzin Cathedral; Ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at thehotel. This day we will have a trip to Etchmiadzincity (known also as Vagharshapat). It is the main religious center of the Armenian people, located about 18 km (11 mi) west of the capital Yerevan. The territory of ancient Vagharshapat was inhabited since the 3rdmillennium BC. On the entry of Etchmiadzin city we will have a tour to Saint Hripsimé Church, one of the oldest surviving churches in Armenia built by Catholicos Sahak the Great in 395 AD. It contains the remains of the martyred Saint Hripsimé to whom the church was dedicated.
    Our next stop will be another famous tourist sight- Saint Gayané Church, built by Catholicos Ezra I in 630.
    We will have lunch in Etchmiadzin city, after which we will visit theEtchmiadzin Cathedral - the Holy See of the Armenian Apostolic Church. It was built between 301 and 303, and is considered the oldest cathedral in the world.
    As the main religious center of most Armenians worldwide, Etchmiadzinis a major pilgrimage site and one of the most visited places in the country.
    On our way back to Yerevan we’ll visit the Zvartnots Cathedral (meaning "celestial angels"), now in ruins. It is a 7th-century centrally planned aisled tetraconch type Armenian cathedral constructed by the order of Catholicos Nerses the Builder from 643-652. The Etchmiadzin Cathedral, the Churches of Etchmiadzin and the Archaeological Site of Zvartnots are listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 4:

    National Gallery of Armenia; History Museum of Armenia; Yerevan Brandy Company;Sergei Parajanov Museum

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will have excursions to the National Gallery of Armenia and the History Museum of Armenia in Yerevan's Republic Square. Later we will visit Yerevan Brandy Company (YBC) - the leading enterprise of Armenia for the production of world famous alcoholic beverages. Its main brand name is Ararat. During the excursion you will have a degustation of famous Armenian cognac.
    We will return to hotel and you will have free time at your disposal.
    In the evening there will be a tour to Sergei Parajanov Museum. It is one of the most popular  museums in Yerevan, dedicated to acclaimed film director and artist Sergei Parajanov. Return to hotel.
  • Day 5:

    Khor Virap Church; Areni Wine Factory; Saint Astvatsatsin Church of Areni; Lunch in a Cave; Noravank; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We’ll start our day by an excursion to Khor Virap Church located in the Ararat valley from where opens a fascinating view to the Mountains of Ararat - the place named in the Book of Genesis where Noah's Ark came to rest after the great flood (Genesis 8:4). This is the closest place to view and take photos of the biblical mountain. It can be considered as the most visited pilgrimage site in Armenia.
    We will drive to Areni village in Vayots Dzor region famous for its wines and winemaking traditions and will visit Areni Wine Factory. Archeological excavations executed by a group of Armenian, American and Irish specialists revealed many tares and winemaking equipment with wine remains and grape seeds in the caves near Areni village. According to the scientifically proven facts, winemaking in Armenia has 6 thousand years’ history. Armenians were the first who were engaged in wine exports. You’ll have an opportunity to taste wines and buy the one you like. Then we will visit the Church of the Holy Mother of God in Areni. It is a single-nave two-aisled domed church completed in 1321.
    On our way to Noravank monastery we’ll lunch in a cave. We will visit Noravank (literally "new monastery") - a 13th century Armenian monastery located 122 km from Yerevan in a narrow gorge of Amaghu River, well known for its tall, sheer, brick-red cliffs right across from the monastery.
    Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 6:

    Free day

    Breakfast at the hotel. Free day.
  • Day 7:

    Ashtarak; Karmravor Church; Saint Mesrop Mashtots Cathedral; Lunch in Oshakan; Hovhannavank Monastery; Saghmosavank Monastery; Armenian Alphabet Park; Amberd Fortress; Vanadzor; Overnight in Vanadzor

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will drive to Ashtarak town, 13 km to the northwest from Yerevan. We will visit one of the most charming churches of Armenia, called Karmravor (meaning "Reddish" because of the color of its dome) or Surp Astvatsatsin (meaning "Holy Mother of God"), then we will visit Saint Mesrop Mashtots Cathedral. It is the place where the creator of the Armenian alphabet Saint Mesrop Mashtots is buried.
    We will have lunch in Oshakan, after which we will visit the medieval monasteries Hovhannavank and Saghmosavank situated atop the precipitous gorge carved by the KasakhRiver. They are only 5km far from each other.
    Then we will take a short trip to Artashavan villageon the eastern slope of Mount Aragats where the Armenian Alphabet Park is situated. It is dedicated to the 1600 anniversary of the creation of Armenian letters by Saint Mesrop Mashtots.
    On our way to Vanadzor city we will have a stop near Amberd fortress built in the 7th-century on the slopes of Mount Aragats, 2,300 meters (7,500 ft) above sea level, at the confluence of the Arkashen and Amberd rivers. The 11th-century Vahramashen Church is located near fortress. Check-in at hotel in Vanadzor and overnight.
  • Day 8:

    Haghpat Monastery; Sanahin Monastery; Odzun Church; Lunch in Dilijan; Haghartsin; Lake Sevan; Dinner in Sevan; Overnight in Sevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. This day we will explore the northern regions of Armenia and will visit Armenia’s most beautiful monasteries Haghpat and Sanahin. Described as a “masterpiece of religious architecture and major center of learning in the Middle Ages”, Haghpat Monastery, together with Sanahin Monastery was chosen as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1996.
    Then we will visit Odzun Church constructed around the 5th-7th centuries in village Odzun with an unusual 7th - century funerary monument with two sculpted pillars depicting biblical scenes and the Christianization of Armenia.
    We will have a trip to Dilijan and will lunch there. Dilijan is usually called Armenian Switzerland or Little Switzerland by the local residents. It is one of the most important resorts of Armenia, situated within the Dilijan National Park. The Sharambeyanstreet in the centre, has been preserved and maintained as an "old town," complete with craftsman's workshops, a gallery and a museum. Hiking, mountain biking, and picnicking are popular recreational activities here. On our way to Lake Sevan, in Gegharqunik region,we will visit Haghartsin - a13th-century Armenian monastery with breathtaking natural and architectural beauty.
    The rest of the day we will spend near Lake Sevan, also called “The Pearl of Armenia”. It is the world’s largest mountain lake. On a clear and sunny day, the water often obtains a deep turquoise color. It is a popular summer tourist spot for Armenians and tourists. Lake Sevan is also famous for its Sevan trout (Salmoischchan) - an endemic species of the lake.
    We will dine in Sevan and taste famous Sevan trout (Salmoischchan). Check-in at hotel in Sevan and overnight.
  • Day 9:

    Sevanavank; Hayravank; Noratus khachqars; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our tour program from the Sevanavank - a monastic complex located on a peninsula at the northwestern shore of Lake Sevan. Sevanavank is one of the most visited touristsights in Armenia.
    Then we will drive tothe southwest shores of Lake Sevan and will visit Hayravank and Noratus - 9th-12th century Armenian monasteries, famous for numerous khachkars.
    We will return to hotel in Yerevan and you will have free time at your disposal.
  • Day 10:

    Armenian Genocide memorial complex at Tsitsernakaberd; Vernissage-open-air handicrafts’ market; Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning of our last day we will have anexcursion to the Armenian Genocide memorial complex Tsitsernakaberd - Armenia's official memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide in 1915.
    Then you’ll have an opportunity to purchase gifts and souvenirs from the open-air handicrafts’ market Vernissage (open on Saturdays and Sundays) which will remind you of your impressions received in Armenia. (The day of the excursion to Vernissage can be changed in accordance to the arrival and departure days)
    Free time.
    Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan.

 

The price of the program includes:

  •  Hotel accommodation (9 nights)
  •  Meals as specified in the tour package
  •  Full transportation service (comfortable air-conditioned minibus or bus)
  •  Professional guide’s services
  •  Soft drinks during the trips
  •  Entrance fees to the historical and cultural attractions


Additional information and cancellation policy

  •  The price of the tour package is stated per person. It may change according to the group size and is subject to additional discussion.
  •  For additional services not listed in the tour package, the price will be discussed separately.
  •  A deposit payment (30 % of the total tour package price) is required upon reservation.
  •  Balance (the remaining 70% of the total tour package price) due at 60 days before arrival.
  •  All cancellations must be in writing via e-mail. A full refund of the paid amount will be provided for all cancellations received 61 days or more prior to arrival.
  •  The final list of the tourists should be provided 30 days prior to arrival. Any participant withdrawing from the program undergoes the following penalties according to his/her balance payment:

-60-31 days prior to arrival: 10% of the program price
-30-21 days prior to arrival: 30% of the program price
-20-11 days prior to arrival: 50% of the program price
-10-2 days prior to arrival: 70% of the program price
-1 or less days prior to arrival: 100% of the program price

  •  No refund in case of early departure and withdrawing from any part of the tour program.

10 ՕՐ ՀԱՅԱՍՏԱՆՈՒՄ և ԱՐՑԱԽՈՒՄ

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INSTANT BOOK NOW 1-3 persons 4-6 persons 7-16 persons 17-30 persons 31-50 persons
10 days in Armenia and Artsakh 519000
AMD

494000

AMD

470000

AMD

447000

AMD

425000

AMD

  • Day 1:

    Pick up at Yerevan Zvartnots airport; Transfer to hotel; Erebuni Museum;Yerevan City Tour; Dinner at a Restaurant

    Arrival at Yerevan Zvartnots airport. Transfer and accommodationin hotel. The program will begin by a visit to Erebuni Museum founded in 1968, on 2750th anniversary of Yerevan. The Museum is at the foot of Arin Berd, a hill on top of which the Urartian Fortress Erebuni was erectedin 782 BC. Then we will have a Yerevan City Tour. In the evening we will have a welcome dinnerat a restaurant where you will enjoy a wide variety of Armenian national dishes. Return to hotel.
  • Day 2:

    Matenadaran; Upper Azat Valley; Lunch on the bank of Azat river; Garni Pagan Tample; Geghard Monastery; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our day visiting Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts- Matenadaran (repository of ancient manuscripts). It is a research institute-museum and has one of the world’s richest collections of ancient manuscripts and books.
    Then we’ll head for Azat river, on the way we will stop at the Arch of Charents (architect R. Israelian, 1957), from where opens a breathtaking view of the Ararat valley and Ararat mountain.
    We’ll lunchat a restaurant on the bank of Azat River with a fascinating view of Upper Azat Valley. After the lunch we will visit the Temple of Garni - a reconstructed classical Hellenistic temple, the only Greco-Roman colonnaded building in Armenia and the former Soviet Union, the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. It is said to be built in the first century AD by king Tiridates I.
    Not far from Garni there is another famous tourist sight in Armenia, called Geghard - a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province, partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. The Monastery complex, together with numerous engraved and free-standing khachkars (cross-stones) is a unique sight, being one of the most frequented tourist destinations in Armenia. Monastery of Geghard and the Upper Azat Valley are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 3:

    Etchmiadzin City; Saint Hripsimé Church; Saint Gayané Church; Lunch in Etchmiadzin city; Etchmiadzin Cathedral; Ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at thehotel. This day we will have a trip to Etchmiadzincity (known also as Vagharshapat). It is the main religious center of the Armenian people, located about 18 km (11 mi) west of the capital Yerevan. The territory of ancient Vagharshapat was inhabited since the 3rdmillennium BC. On the entry of Etchmiadzin city we will have a tour to Saint Hripsimé Church, one of the oldest surviving churches in Armenia built by Catholicos Sahak the Great in 395 AD. It contains the remains of the martyred Saint Hripsimé to whom the church was dedicated.
    Our next stop will be another famous tourist sight- Saint Gayané Church, built by Catholicos Ezra I in 630. We will have lunch in Etchmiadzin city, after which we will visit the Etchmiadzin Cathedral - the Holy See of the Armenian Apostolic Church. It was built between 301 and 303, and is considered the oldest cathedral in the world.
    As the main religious center of most Armenians worldwide, Etchmiadzinis a major pilgrimage site and one of the most visited places in the country.
    On our way back to Yerevan we’ll visit the Zvartnots Cathedral (meaning "celestial angels"), now in ruins. It is a 7th-century centrally planned aisled tetraconch type Armenian cathedral constructed by the order of Catholicos Nerses the Builder from 643-652. The Etchmiadzin Cathedral, the Churches of Etchmiadzin and the Archaeological Site of Zvartnots are listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 4:

    National Gallery of Armenia; History Museum of Armenia; Yerevan Brandy Company; Sergei Parajanov Museum

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will have excursions to the National Gallery of Armenia and the History Museum of Armenia in Yerevan's Republic Square. Later we will visit Yerevan Brandy Company (YBC) - the leading enterprise of Armenia for the production of world famous alcoholic beverages. Its main brand name is Ararat. During the excursion you will have a degustation of famous Armenian cognac.
    We will return to hotel and you will have free time at your disposal.
    In the evening there will be a tour to Sergei Parajanov Museum. It is one of the most popularmuseums in Yerevan, dedicated to acclaimed film director and artist Sergei Parajanov. Return to hotel.
  • Day 5:

    Khor Virap Church; Areni Wine Factory; Saint Astvatsatsin Church of Areni; Lunch in a Cave; Noravank; Shaki Waterfall; Stepanakert; Overnight in Stepanakert

    Breakfast at the hotel. We’ll start our day by an excursion to Khor Virap Church located in the Ararat valley from where opens a fascinating view to the Mountains of Ararat - the place named in the Book of Genesis where Noah's Ark came to rest after the great flood (Genesis 8:4). This is the closest place to view and take photos of the biblical mountain. It can be considered as the most visited pilgrimage site in Armenia.
    We will drive to Areni village in Vayots Dzor region famous for its wines and winemaking traditions and will visit Areni Wine Factory. Archeological excavations executed by a group of Armenian, American and Irish specialists revealed many tares and winemaking equipment with wine remains and grape seeds in the caves near Areni village. According to the scientifically proven facts, winemaking in Armenia has 6 thousand years’ history. Armenians were the first who were engaged in wine exports. You’ll have an opportunity to taste wines and buy the one you like. Then we will visit the Church of the Holy Mother of God in Areni. It is a single-nave two-aisled domed church completed in 1321.
    On our way to Noravank monastery we’ll lunch in a cave. We will visit Noravank (literally "new monastery") - a 13th century Armenian monastery located 122 km from Yerevan in a narrow gorge ofAmaghu River, well known for its tall, sheer, brick-red cliffs right across from the monastery.
    Our next stop will be another famous tourist sight - Shaki Waterfall in Syunik Province. The waterfall cascades down from a height of 18m. Then we will drive to Stepanakert, the capital and the largest city of Artsakh. Check-in at hotel in Stepanakert and overnight.
  • Day 6:

    Stepanakert City Tour; Stepanakert History Museum; Gandzasar; Lunch in Gandzasar; Askeran Fortress (Mayraberd);Tigranakert; Overnight in Stepanakert

    Breakfast at the hotel. We’ll start our day by a Stepanakert City Tour and an excursion to Stepanakert History Museum. Then we will visit Gandzasar monastery, a 10th–13thcentury Armenian monastery in Artsakh, which is now the seat of the Archbishop of Artsakh.
    We will have lunch near Gandzasar Monastery, after which we will visit Askeran fortress (Mayraberd) built in 18th century. Then we will have a trip to Tigranakert - a ruined Armenian city dating back to the Hellenistic period, founded in the 1st century B.C., named in honor of the Armenian king Tigranes the Great.
    Overnight in Stepanakert.
  • Day 7:

    Shushi; Saint Ghazanchetsots Church; Jdrduz Canyon; Tatev Monastery; “Wings of Tatev” aerial tramway; Lunch; Karahunj (Armenian Stonehenge); Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will have an excursion to Saint Ghazanchetsots Cathedralin Shushi, the main cathedral and headquarters of the Armenian Apostolic Church's Diocese of Artsakh.
    We will visit Jdrduz canyon, not far from Shushi. This is a unique place for extreme lovers.
    Then we will have an unforgettable tour to Tatev Monastery - a 9th century Armenian monastery located in southeastern Armenia, situated on the edge of a deep gorge of the Vorotan River. Those who wish can enjoy a breathtaking “flight” on the world’s longest reversible aerial tramway “Wings of Tatev” - a 5.750 km long cable-car which connects village Halidzor and the Tatev Monastery. We will have lunch near Tatev Monastery. Our next stop will be a prehistoric archaeological site near the town of Sisian in the Syunik Province of Armenia named Karahunj (Zorats Karer). It is also known as the Armenian Stonehenge.
    Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 8:

    Free day

    Free day
  • Day 9:

    Tsakhkadzor; Kecharis Monastery; Lake Sevan; Sevanavank; Lunch in Sevan; Dilijan; Goshavank; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our tour from Kotayk region and will visit Kecharis Monastery in Tsakhkadzor resort town. It is an 11th-13th century monastery located in picturesque surroundings among valleys of flowers and forested mountains. Then we will drive to Gegharqunik region which is famous for Lake Sevan, also called “The Pearl of Armenia”. It is the world’s largest mountain lake. On a clear and sunny day, the water often obtains a deep turquoise color. It is a popular summer tourist spot for Armenians and tourists. Lake Sevan is also famous for its Sevan trout (Salmoischchan) - an endemic species of the lake. Then we will drive to Sevanavank - a monastic complex located on a peninsula at the northwestern shore of Lake Sevan. Sevanavank is one of the most visited tourist sights in Armenia.
    We will lunch in Sevan and taste famous Sevan trout (Salmoischchan).
    After lunch we will have a trip to Dilijan, usually called Armenian Switzerland or Little Switzerland by the local residents. It is one of the most important resorts of Armenia, situated within the Dilijan National Park. The Sharambeyanstreet in the centre, has been preserved and maintained as an "old town," complete with craftsman's workshops, a gallery and a museum. Hiking, mountain biking, and picnicking are popular recreational activities here.
    Then we will drive to Goshavank - a 12thor 13th century Armenian monastery located in the village of Gosh. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 10:

    Armenian Genocide memorial complex at “Tsitsernakaberd”; Vernissage-open-air handicrafts’ market; Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning of our last day we will have anexcursion to the Armenian Genocide memorial complex Tsitsernakaberd - Armenia's official memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide in 1915.
    Then you’ll have an opportunity to purchase gifts and souvenirs from the open-air handicrafts’ market Vernissage (open on Saturdays and Sundays) which will remind you of your impressions received in Armenia. (The day of the excursion to Vernissage can be changed in accordance to the arrival and departure days) Free time.
    Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan.

 

The price of the program includes:

  •  Hotel accommodation (9 nights)
  •  Meals as specified in the tour package
  •  Full transportation service (comfortable air-conditioned minibus or bus)
  •  Professional guide’s services
  •  Soft drinks during the trips
  •  Entrance fees to the historical and cultural attractions


Additional information and cancellation policy

  •  The price of the tour package is stated per person. It may change according to the group size and is subject to additional discussion.
  •  For additional services not listed in the tour package, the price will be discussed separately.
  •  A deposit payment (30 % of the total tour package price) is required upon reservation.
  •  Balance (the remaining 70% of the total tour package price) due at 60 days before arrival.
  •  All cancellations must be in writing via e-mail. A full refund of the paid amount will be provided for all cancellations received 61 days or more prior to arrival.
  •  The final list of the tourists should be provided 30 days prior to arrival. Any participant withdrawing from the program undergoes the following penalties according to his/her balance payment:

-60-31 days prior to arrival: 10% of the program price
-30-21 days prior to arrival: 30% of the program price
-20-11 days prior to arrival: 50% of the program price
-10-2 days prior to arrival: 70% of the program price
-1 or less days prior to arrival: 100% of the program price

  •  No refund in case of early departure and withdrawing from any part of the tour program.

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INSTANT BOOK NOW 1-3 persons 4-6 persons 7-16 persons 17-30 persons 31-50 persons
12 days in Armenia 618000
AMD
588000
AMD
560000
AMD
533000
AMD
507000
AMD
  • Day 1:

    Pick upat Yerevan Zvartnots airport; Transfer to hotel; Erebuni Museum; Yerevan City Tour; Dinner at a Restaurant

    Arrival at Yerevan Zvartnots airport. Transfer and accommodationin hotel. The program will begin by a visit to Erebuni Museum fo unded in 1968, on 2750th anniversary of Yerevan. The Museum is at the foot of Arin Berd, a hill on top of which the Urartian Fortress Erebuni was erectedin 782 BC. Then we will have a Yerevan City Tour. In the evening we will have a welcome dinnerat a restaurant where you will enjoy a wide variety of Armenian national dishes. Return to hotel.
  • Day 2:

    Matenadaran; Upper Azat Valley; Lunch on the bank of AzatRiver; Garni Pagan Tample; Geghard Monastery; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our day visiting Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts- Matenadaran (repository of ancient manuscripts). It is a research institute-museum and has one of the world’s richest collections of ancient manuscripts and books.
    Then we’ll head for Azat river, on the way we will stop at the Arch of Charents (architect R. Israelian, 1957), from where opens a breathtaking view of the Ararat valley and Ararat mountain.
    We’ll lunch at a restaurant on the bank of AzatRiver with a fascinating view of Upper Azat Valley.
    After the lunch we will visit the Temple of Garni - a reconstructed classical Hellenistic temple, the only Greco-Roman colonnaded building in Armenia and the former Soviet Union, the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. It is said to be built in the first century AD by king Tiridates I.
  • Day 3:

    Etchmiadzin City; Saint Hripsimé Church; Saint Gayané Church; city; Etchmiadzin Cathedral; Treasury Museum; Lunch in Etchmiadzin; Sardarapat Memorial; Ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at thehotel. This day we will have a trip to Etchmiadzincity (known also as Vagharshapat). It is the main religious center of the Armenian people, located about 18 km (11 mi) west of the capital Yerevan. The territory of ancient Vagharshapat was inhabited since the 3rdmillennium BC. On the entry of Etchmiadzin city we will have a tour to Saint Hripsimé Church, one of the oldest surviving churches in Armenia built by Catholicos Sahak the Great in 395 AD. It contains the remains of the martyred Saint Hripsimé to whom the church was dedicated.
    Our next stop will be another famous tourist sight- Saint Gayané Church, built by Catholicos Ezra I in 630.
    We will visit the Etchmiadzin Cathedral - the Holy See of the Armenian Apostolic Church. It was built between 301 and 303, and is considered the oldest cathedral in the world. We will also visit the Treasury House Museum where numerous valuable reliquaries and artistic items are exhibited.
    As the main religious center of most Armenians worldwide, Etchmiadzinis a major pilgrimage site and one of the most visited places in the country.
    We will lunch in Etchmiadzin city, after which we will have a trip to Sardarapat Memorial - a memorial complex laid out on the spot of the battlefield of the Battle of Sardarapat that took place in 1918. On our way back to Yerevan we’ll visit the Zvartnots Cathedral (meaning "celestial angels"), now in ruins. It is a 7th-century centrally planned aisled tetraconch type Armenian cathedral constructed by the order of Catholicos Nerses the Builder from 643-652.
    The Etchmiadzin Cathedral, the Churches of Etchmiadzin and the Archaeological Site of Zvartnots are listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
    Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 4:

    National Gallery of Armenia; History Museum of Armenia; Yerevan Brandy Company; Sergei Parajanov Museum

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will have excursions to the National Gallery of Armenia and the History Museum of Armenia in Yerevan's Republic Square. Later we will visit Yerevan Brandy Company (YBC) - the leading enterprise of Armenia for the production of world famous alcoholic beverages. Its main brand name is Ararat. During the excursion you will have a degustation of famous Armenian cognac.
    We will return to hotel and you will have free time at your disposal.
    In the evening there will be a tour to Sergei Parajanov Museum. It is one of the most popular museums in Yerevan, dedicated to acclaimed film director and artist Sergei Parajanov.
    Return to hotel.
  • Day 5:

    Khor Virap Church; Areni Wine Factory; Lunch in a Cave; Noravank; Gndevank;Jermuk; Jermuk Waterfall; Check in and dinner at hotel in Jermuk; Jermuk mineral waters; Overnight in Jermuk

    Breakfast at the hotel. We’ll start our day by an excursion to Khor Virap Church located in the Ararat valley from where opens a fascinating view to the Mountains of Ararat - the place named in the Book of Genesis where Noah's Ark came to rest after the great flood (Genesis 8:4). This is the closest place to view and take photos of the biblical mountain. It can be considered as the most visited pilgrimage site in Armenia.
    We will drive to Areni village in Vayots Dzor region famous for its wines and winemaking traditions and will visit Areni Wine Factory. Archeological excavations executed by a group of Armenian, American and Irish specialists revealed many tares and winemaking equipment with wine remains and grapeseeds in the caves near Areni village. According to the scientifically proven facts, winemaking in Armenia has 6 thousand years’ history. Armenians were the first who were engaged in wine exports. You’ll have an opportunity to taste wines and buy the one you like.
    On our way to Noravank monastery we’ll lunch in a cave. We will visit Noravank (literally "new monastery") - a 13th century Armenian monastery located 122 km from Yerevan in a narrow gorge of Amaghu River, well known for its tall, sheer, brick-red cliffs right across from the monastery.
    We will visit Gndevank – a 10th-13th century Armenian Monastery that is situated along the road from Noravank to Jermuk which will be our next stop. Jermuk is aresort town with fresh air, artificial lakes, waterfall, forests and mineral water pools, sanatoriums, hotels and health spas.
    After check in and dinner at hotel in Jermuk we will have an excursion to Jermuk mineral waters gallery.
    Overnight in Jermuk.
  • Day 6:

    Selim CaravanseraiNoratus khachqars; Hayravank; Sevanavank; Lunch in Sevan; Beachfront rest at Lake Sevan; Overnight in Sevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our day by visiting Selim Caravanserai built along the Vardenyats Mountain Pass (previously known as the Selim Mountain Pass) in 1332 by Prince Chesar Orbelian. Then we will explore the Gegharqunik region which is famous for Lake Sevan, also called “The Pearl of Armenia”. It is the world’s largest mountain lake. On a clear and sunny day, the water often obtains a deep turquoise color. It is a popular summer tourist spot for Armenians and tourists. Lake Sevan is also famous for its Sevan trout (Salmoischchan) - an endemic species of the lake. We will start our tour program from the southwest shores of Lake Sevan and will visit Noratus and Hayravank- 9th-12th century Armenian monasteries, famous for numerous khachkars.
    Then we will drive to Sevanavank - a monastic complex located on a peninsula at the northwestern shore of Lake Sevan. Sevanavank is one of the most visited touristsights in Armenia.
    We will lunch in Sevan and taste famous Sevan trout (Salmoischchan) after which we will have a beachfront rest at Lake Sevan. Overnight in Sevan.
  • Day 7:

    Dilijan; Goshavank; Haghartsin; Lunch in Dilijan; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will have a trip to Dilijan, usually called Armenian Switzerland or Little Switzerland by the local residents. It is one of the most important resorts of Armenia, situated within the Dilijan National Park. The Sharambeyanstreet in the centre, has been preserved and maintained as an "old town," complete with craftsman's workshops, a gallery and a museum. Hiking, mountain biking, and picnicking are popular recreational activities here.
    We will drive to Goshavank - a 12thor 13th century Armenian monastery located in the village of Gosh. Then we will visit Haghartsin - a 13th-century Armenian monastery with breathtaking natural and architectural beauty.
    Lunch in Dilijan. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 8:

    Free day

    Free day.
  • Day 9:

    Ashtarak; Karmravor Church; Saint Mesrop Mashtots Church; Lunch in Oshakan; Hovhannavank Monastery; Saghmosavank Monastery; Armenian Alphabet Park; Amberd Fortress; Vanadzor; Overnight in Vanadzor

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will drive to Ashtarak town, 13 km to the northwest from Yerevan. We will visit one of the most charming churches of Armenia, called Karmravor (meaning "Reddish" because of the color of its dome) or Surp Astvatsatsin (meaning "Holy Mother of God"), then we will visit Saint Mesrop Mashtots Cathedral. It is the place where the creator of the Armenian alphabet Saint Mesrop Mashtots is buried.
    We will have lunch in Oshakan, after which we will visit the medieval monasteries Hovhannavank and Saghmosavank situated atop the precipitous gorge carved by the KasakhRiver. They are only 5km far from each other.
    Then we will take a short trip to Artashavan villageon the eastern slope of Mount Aragats where the Armenian Alphabet Park is situated. It is dedicated to the 1600 anniversary of the creation of Armenian letters by Saint Mesrop Mashtots.
    On our way to Vanadzor city we will have a stop near Amberd fortress built in the 7th-century on the slopes of Mount Aragats, 2,300 meters (7,500 ft) above sea level, at the confluence of the Arkashen and Amberd rivers. The 11th-century Vahramashen Church is located near fortress.
    Check-in at hotel in Vanadzor and overnight.
  • Day 10:

    Haghpat Monastery; Sanahin Monastery; Odzun Church; Lunch in Gyumri; Gyumri City Tour; Marmashen Monastery; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. This day we will explore the northern regions of Armenia and will visit Armenia’s most beautiful monasteries Haghpat and Sanahin. Described as a “masterpiece of religious architecture and major center of learning in the Middle Ages”, Haghpat Monastery, together with Sanahin Monastery was chosen as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1996.
    Then we will visit Odzun Church constructed around the 5th-7th century in village Odzun with an unusual 7th - century funerary monument with two sculpted pillars depicting biblical scenes and the Christianization of Armenia.
    We will drive to the northwestern part of Armenia and will have a stop in Gyumri – the second largest city in the country.We will lunch in Gyumri and have a city tour, after which we will visit a 10th-century Armenian monastic complex Marmashen Monastery.
    Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 11:

    Tsakhkadzor; Ropeway; Lunch in Tsakhkadzor; Kecharis Monastery; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our tour from Kotayk region and will visit Tsakhkadzor resort town and those who wishes can enjoy a trip by a rope-way. After lunch we will visit Kecharis Monastery. It is an 11th-13th century monastery located in picturesque surroundings among valleys of flowers and forested mountains.
    Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 12:

    Armenian Genocide memorial complex at Tsitsernakaberd; Vernissage-open-air handicrafts’ market; Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning of our last day we will have anexcursion to the Armenian Genocide memorial complex Tsitsernakaberd - Armenia's official memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide in 1915. Then you’ll have an opportunity to purchase gifts and souvenirs from the open-air handicrafts’ market Vernissage (open on Saturdays and Sundays) which will remind you of your impressions received in Armenia. (The day of the excursion to Vernissage can be changed in accordance to the arrival and departure days) Free time.
    Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan.

 

The price of the program includes:

  •  Hotel accommodation (11 nights)
  •  Meals as specified in the tour package
  •  Full transportation service (comfortable air-conditioned minibus or bus)
  •  Professional guide’s services
  •  Soft drinks during the trips
  •  Entrance fees to the historical and cultural attractions


Additional information and cancellation policy

  •  The price of the tour package is stated per person. It may change according to the group size and is subject to additional discussion.
  •  For additional services not listed in the tour package, the price will be discussed separately.
  •  A deposit payment (30 % of the total tour package price) is required upon reservation.
  •  Balance (the remaining 70% of the total tour package price) due at 60 days before arrival.
  •  All cancellations must be in writing via e-mail. A full refund of the paid amount will be provided for all cancellations received 61 days or more prior to arrival.
  •  The final list of the tourists should be provided 30 days prior to arrival. Any participant withdrawing from the program undergoes the following penalties according to his/her balance payment:

-60-31 days prior to arrival: 10% of the program price
-30-21 days prior to arrival: 30% of the program price
-20-11 days prior to arrival: 50% of the program price
-10-2 days prior to arrival: 70% of the program price
-1 or less days prior to arrival: 100% of the program price

  •  No refund in case of early departure and withdrawing from any part of the tour program.

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INSTANT BOOK NOW 1-3 persons 4-6 perons 7-16 persons 17-30 persons 31-50 persons
12 days in Armenia and Artsakh 629000
AMD
599000
AMD
570000
AMD
542000
AMD
515000
AMD
  • Day 1:

    Pick up at Yerevan Zvartnots airport; Transfer to hotel; Erebuni Museum;Yerevan City Tour; Dinner at a Restaurant

    Arrival at Yerevan Zvartnots airport. Transfer and accommodationin hotel. The program will begin by a visit to Erebuni Museum founded in 1968, on 2750th anniversary of Yerevan. The Museum is at the foot of Arin Berd, a hill on top of which the Urartian Fortress Erebuni was erectedin 782 BC. Then we will have a Yerevan City Tour. In the evening we will have a welcome dinner at a restaurant where you will enjoy a wide variety of Armenian national dishes. Return to hotel.
  • Day 2:

    Matenadaran; Upper Azat Valley; Lunch on the bank of Azat River; Garni Pagan Tample; Geghard Monastery; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our day visiting Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts- Matenadaran (repository of ancient manuscripts). It is a research institute-museum and has one of the world’s richest collections of ancient manuscripts and books.
    Then we’ll head for Azat river, on the way we will stop at the Arch of Charents (architect R. Israelian, 1957), from where opens a breathtaking view of the Ararat valley and Ararat mountain.
    We’ll lunch at a restaurant on the bank of Azat River with a fascinating view of Upper Azat Valley. After the lunch we will visit the Temple of Garni - a reconstructed classical Hellenistic temple, the only Greco-Roman colonnaded building in Armenia and the former Soviet Union, the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. It is said to be built in the first century AD by king Tiridates I.
  • Day 3:

    Etchmiadzin City; Saint Hripsimé Church; Saint Gayané Church; Etchmiadzin Cathedral; Treasury Museum;Lunch in Etchmiadzin; Sardarapat Memorial; Ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at thehotel. This day we will have a trip to Etchmiadzin city (known also as Vagharshapat). It is the main religious center of the Armenian people, located about 18 km (11 mi) west of the capital Yerevan. The territory of ancient Vagharshapat was inhabited since the 3rdmillennium BC. On the entry of Etchmiadzin city we will have a tour to Saint Hripsimé Church, one of the oldest surviving churches in Armenia built by Catholicos Sahak the Great in 395 AD. It contains the remains of the martyred Saint Hripsimé to whom the church was dedicated.
    Our next stop will be another famous tourist sight- Saint Gayané Church, built by Catholicos Ezra I in 630.
    We will visit the Etchmiadzin Cathedral - the Holy See of the Armenian Apostolic Church. It was built between 301 and 303, and is considered the oldest cathedral in the world. We will also visit the Treasury House Museum where numerous valuable reliquaries and artistic items are exhibited.
    As the main religious center of most Armenians worldwide, Etchmiadzin is a major pilgrimage site and one of the most visited places in the country.
    We will have lunch in Etchmiadzin city, after which we will have a trip to Sardarapat Memorial - a memorial complex laid out on the spot of the battlefield of the Battle of Sardarapat that took place in 1918. On our way back to Yerevan we’ll visit the Zvartnots Cathedral (meaning "celestial angels"), now in ruins. It is a 7th-century centrally planned aisled tetraconch type Armenian cathedral constructed by the order of Catholicos Nerses the Builder from 643-652. The Etchmiadzin Cathedral, the Churches of Etchmiadzin and the Archaeological Site of Zvartnots are listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
    Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 4:

    National Gallery of Armenia; History Museum of Armenia; Yerevan Brandy Company;Sergei Parajanov Museum

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will have excursions to the National Gallery of Armenia and the History Museum of Armenia in Yerevan's Republic Square. Later we will visit Yerevan Brandy Company (YBC) - the leading enterprise of Armenia for the production of world famous alcoholic beverages. Its main brand name is Ararat. During the excursion you will have a degustation of famous Armenian cognac.
    We will return to hotel and you will have free time at your disposal.
    In the evening there will be a tour to Sergei Parajanov Museum. It is one of the most popular museums in Yerevan, dedicated to acclaimed film director and artist Sergei Parajanov.
    Return to hotel.
  • Day 5:

    Khor Virap Church; Areni Wine Factory; Lunch in a Cave; Noravank; Gndevank; Jermuk; Jermuk Waterfall; Check in and dinner at hotel in Jermuk; Jermuk mineral waters; Overnight in Jermuk

    Breakfast at the hotel. We’ll start our day by an excursion to Khor Virap Church located in the Ararat valley from where opens a fascinating view to the Mountains of Ararat - the place named in the Book of Genesis where Noah's Ark came to rest after the great flood (Genesis 8:4). This is the closest place to view and take photos of the biblical mountain. It can be considered as the most visited pilgrimage site in Armenia.
    We will drive to Areni village in Vayots Dzor region famous for its wines and winemaking traditions and will visit Areni Wine Factory. Archeological excavations executed by a group of Armenian, American and Irish specialists revealed many tares and winemaking equipment with wine remains and grape seeds in the caves near Areni village. According to the scientifically proven facts, winemaking in Armenia has 6 thousand years’ history. Armenians were the first who were engaged in wine exports. You’ll have an opportunity to taste wines and buy the one you like.
    On our way to Noravank monastery we’ll lunch in a cave. We will visit Noravank (literally "new monastery") - a 13th century Armenian monastery located 122 km from Yerevan in a narrow gorge of Amaghu River, well known for its tall, sheer, brick-red cliffs right across from the monastery.
    We will visit Gndevank – a 10th-13th century Armenian Monastery that is situated along the road from Noravank  to Jermuk which will be our next stop. Jermuk is a resort town with fresh air, artificial lakes, waterfall, forests and mineral water pools, sanatoriums, hotels and health spas.
    After check in and dinner at hotel in Jermuk we will have an excursion to Jermuk mineral waters gallery.
    Overnight in Jermuk.
  • Day 6:

    Shaki Waterfall; Karahunj (Armenian Stonehenge);Lunch in Goris; Shushi; Saint Ghazanchetsots Church; Jdrduz Canyon; Stepanakert; Overnight in Stepanakert

    Breakfast at the hotel. This day our first stop will be at a famous tourist sight - Shaki Waterfall in Syunik Province. The waterfall cascades down from a height of 18m. Then we will drive to a prehistoric archaeological site near the town of Sisian in the Syunik Province of Armenia named Karahunj (ZoratsKarer). It is also known as the Armenian Stonehenge.
    We will drive to Goris town and will lunch there. After lunch we will have an excursion to Saint Ghazanchetsots Cathedralin Shushi, the main cathedral and headquarters of the Armenian Apostolic Church's Diocese of Artsakh.
    We will visit Jdrduz canyon, not far from Shushi. This is a unique place for extreme lovers. Then we will drive to Stepanakert, the capital and the largest city of Artsakh.
    Check-in at hotel in Stepanakert and overnight.
  • Day 7:

    Stepanakert City Tour; Stepanakert History Museum; Gandzasar; Lunch in Gandzasar; Askeran Fortress (Mayraberd);Tigranakert; Overnight in Stepanakert

    Breakfast at the hotel. We’ll start our day by a Stepanakert City Tour and an excursion to Stepanakert History Museum. Then we will visit Gandzasar monastery, a 10th–13th century Armenian monastery in Artsakh, which is now the seat of the Archbishop of Artsakh.
    We will lunch near Gandzasar Monastery, after which we will visit Askeran fortress (Mayraberd) built in 18th century.
    Then we will have a trip to Tigranakert - a ruined Armenian city dating back to the Hellenistic period, founded in the 1st century B.C., named in honor of the Armenian king Tigranes the Great. Overnight in Stepanakert.
  • Day 8:

    Tatev Monastery; “Wings of Tatev” aerial tramway; Lunch; Selim Caravanserai; Noratus khachqars; Hayravank; Dinner in Sevan; Overnight in Sevan

    Breakfast at the hotel.In the morning we will havean unforgettable tour to Tatev Monastery - a 9th century Armenian monastery located in southeastern Armenia, situated on the edge of a deep gorge of the Vorotan River. Those who wish can enjoy a breathtaking “flight” on the world’s longest reversible aerial tramway “Wings of Tatev” - a 5.750 km long cable-car which connects village Halidzor and the Tatev Monastery.
    After lunch near Tatev Monastery we will visit Selim Caravanserai built along the Vardenyats Mountain Pass (previously known as the Selim Mountain Pass) in 1332 by Prince Chesar Orbelian. Then we will explore the Gegharqunik region which is famous for Lake Sevan, also called “The Pearl of Armenia”. It is the world’s largest mountain lake. On a clear and sunny day, the water often obtains a deep turquoise color. It is a popular summer tourist spot for Armenians and tourists. Lake Sevan is also famous for its Sevan trout (Salmoischchan) - an endemic species of the lake. We will start our tour program from the southwest shores of Lake Sevan and will visit Noratus and Hayravank - 9th-12th century Armenian monasteries, famous for numerous khachkars.
    We will dine in Sevan and taste famous Sevan trout (Salmoischchan).
    Overnight in Sevan.
  • Day 9:

    Sevanavank; Dilijan; Goshavank; Haghartsin; Lunch in Dilijan; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. Our first stop will be Sevanavank - a monastic complex located on a peninsula at the northwestern shore of Lake Sevan. Sevanavank is one of the most visited touristsights in Armenia. Then we will drive to Dilijan, usually called Armenian Switzerland or Little Switzerland by the local residents. It is one of the most important resorts of Armenia, situated within the Dilijan National Park. The Sharambeyan street in the centre, has been preserved and maintained as an "old town," complete with craftsman's workshops, a gallery and a museum. Hiking, mountain biking, and picnicking are popular recreational activities here.
    We will drive to Goshavank - a 12thor 13th century Armenian monastery located in the village of Gosh. Then we will visit Haghartsin - a 13th-century Armenian monastery with breathtaking natural and architectural beauty.
    Lunch in Dilijan. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 10:

    Free day

    Free day
  • Day 11:

    Ashtarak; Karmravor Church; Saint Mesrop Mashtots Church; Lunch in Oshakan; Hovhannavank Monastery; Saghmosavank Monastery; Armenian Alphabet Park; Amberd Fortress; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will drive to Ashtarak town, 13 km to the northwest from Yerevan. We will visit one of the most charming churches of Armenia, called Karmravor (meaning "Reddish" because of the color of its dome) or Surp Astvatsatsin (meaning "Holy Mother of God"), then we will visit Saint Mesrop Mashtots Cathedral. It is the place where the creator of the Armenian alphabetSaint Mesrop Mashtots is burried.
    We will have lunch in Oshakan, after which we will visit the medieval monasteries Hovhannavank and Saghmosavank situated atop the precipitous gorge carved by the Kasakh River. They are only 5km far from each other.
    Then we will take a short trip to Artashavan villageon the eastern slope of Mount Aragats where the Armenian Alphabet Park is situated. It is dedicated to the 1600 anniversary of the creation of Armenian letters by Saint Mesrop Mashtots.
    On our way to Yerevan we will have a stop near Amberd fortress built in the 7th-century on the slopes of Mount Aragats, 2,300 meters (7,500 ft) above sea level, at the confluence of the Arkashen and Amberd rivers. The 11th-century Vahramashen Church is located near fortress. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 12:

    Armenian Genocide memorial complex at Tsitsernakaberd; Vernissage-open-air handicrafts’ market; Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning of our last day we will have anexcursion to the Armenian Genocide memorial complex Tsitsernakaberd - Armenia's official memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide in 1915.
    Then you’ll have an opportunity to purchase gifts and souvenirs from the open-air handicrafts’ market Vernissage (open on Saturdays and Sundays) which will remind you of your impressions received in Armenia. (The day of the excursion to Vernissage can be changed in accordance to the arrival and departure days)
    Free time.
    Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan.

 

The price of the program includes:

  •  Hotel accommodation (11 nights)
  •  Meals as specified in the tour package
  •  Full transportation service (comfortable air-conditioned minibus or bus)
  •  Professional guide’s services
  •  Soft drinks during the trips
  •  Entrance fees to the historical and cultural attractions


Additional information and cancellation policy

  •  The price of the tour package is stated per person. It may change according to the group size and is subject to additional discussion.
  •  For additional services not listed in the tour package, the price will be discussed separately.
  •  A deposit payment (30 % of the total tour package price) is required upon reservation.
  •  Balance (the remaining 70% of the total tour package price) due at 60 days before arrival.
  •  All cancellations must be in writing via e-mail. A full refund of the paid amount will be provided for all cancellations received 61 days or more prior to arrival.
  •  The final list of the tourists should be provided 30 days prior to arrival. Any participant withdrawing from the program undergoes the following penalties according to his/her balance payment:

-60-31 days prior to arrival: 10% of the program price
-30-21 days prior to arrival: 30% of the program price
-20-11 days prior to arrival: 50% of the program price
-10-2 days prior to arrival: 70% of the program price
-1 or less days prior to arrival: 100% of the program price

  •  No refund in case of early departure and withdrawing from any part of the tour program.

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INSTANT BOOK NOW 1-3 persons 4-6 persons 7-16 persons 17-30 persons 31-50 persons
14 days in Armenia and Artsakh 695000
AMD
662000
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630000
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600000
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570000
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  • Day 1:

    Pick up at Yerevan Zvartnots airport; Transfer to hotel; Erebuni Museum; Yerevan City Tour; Dinner at a Restaurant

    Arrival at Yerevan Zvartnots airport. Transfer and accommodationin hotel. The program will begin by a visit to Erebuni Museum founded in 1968, on 2750th anniversary of Yerevan. The Museum is at the foot of Arin Berd, a hill on top of which the Urartian Fortress Erebuni was erectedin 782 BC. Then we will have a Yerevan City Tour. In the evening we will have a welcome dinner at a restaurant where you will enjoy a wide variety of Armenian national dishes. Return to hotel.
  • Day 2:

    Matenadaran; Upper Azat Valley; Lunch on the bank of Azat River; Garni Pagan Tample; Geghard Monastery; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. We will start our day visiting Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts- Matenadaran (repository of ancient manuscripts). It is a research institute-museum and has one of the world’s richest collections of ancient manuscripts and books.
    Then we’ll head for Azat river, on the way we will stop at the Arch of Charents (architect R. Israelian, 1957), from where opens a breathtaking view of the Ararat valley and Ararat mountain.
    We’ll lunch at a restaurant on the bank of Azat River with a fascinating view of Upper Azat Valley.
    After the lunch we will visit the Temple of Garni - a reconstructed classical Hellenistic temple, the only Greco-Roman colonnaded building in Armenia and the former Soviet Union, the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. It is said to be built in the first century AD by king Tiridates I.
  • Day 3:

    Etchmiadzin City; Saint Hripsimé Church; Saint Gayané Church;  Etchmiadzin Cathedral; Treasury Museum;Lunch in Etchmiadzin; Sardarapat Memorial; Ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at thehotel. This day we will have a trip to Etchmiadzin city (known also as Vagharshapat). It is the main religious center of the Armenian people, located about 18 km (11 mi) west of the capital Yerevan. The territory of ancient Vagharshapat was inhabited since the 3rdmillennium BC. On the entry of Etchmiadzin city we will have a tour to Saint Hripsimé Church, one of the oldest surviving churches in Armenia built by Catholicos Sahak the Great in 395 AD. It contains the remains of the martyred Saint Hripsimé to whom the church was dedicated.
    Our next stop will be another famous tourist sight- Saint Gayané Church, built by Catholicos Ezra I in 630. We will visit the Etchmiadzin Cathedral - the Holy See of the Armenian Apostolic Church. It was built between 301 and 303, and is considered the oldest cathedral in the world. We will also visit the Treasury House Museum where numerous valuable reliquaries and artistic items are exhibited.
    As the main religious center of most Armenians worldwide, Etchmiadzin is a major pilgrimage site and one of the most visited places in the country.
    We will have lunch in Etchmiadzin city, after which we will have a trip to Sardarapat Memorial - a memorial complex laid out on the spot of the battlefield of the Battle of Sardarapat that took place in 1918. On our way back to Yerevan we’ll visit the Zvartnots Cathedral (meaning "celestial angels"), now in ruins. It is a 7th-century centrally planned aisled tetraconch type Armenian cathedral constructed by the order of Catholicos Nerses the Builder from 643-652.
    The Etchmiadzin Cathedral, the Churches of Etchmiadzin and the Archaeological Site of Zvartnots are listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
    Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 4:

    National Gallery of Armenia; History Museum of Armenia; Yerevan Brandy Company; Sergei Parajanov Museum

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will have excursions to the National Gallery of Armenia and the History Museum of Armenia in Yerevan's Republic Square. Later we will visit Yerevan Brandy Company (YBC) - the leading enterprise of Armenia for the production of world famous alcoholic beverages. Its main brand name is Ararat. During the excursion you will have a degustation of famous Armenian cognac.
    We will return to hotel and you will have free time at your disposal. In the evening there will be a tour to Sergei Parajanov Museum. It is one of the most popular museums in Yerevan, dedicated to acclaimed film director and artist Sergei Parajanov.
    Return to hotel.
  • Day 5:

    Khor Virap Church; Areni Wine Factory; Saint Astvatsatsin Church of Areni; Lunch in a Cave; Noravank; Karahunj (Armenian Stonehenge); Stepanakert; Overnight in Stepanakert

    Breakfast at the hotel. We’ll start our day by an excursion to Khor Virap Church located in the Ararat valley from where opens a fascinating view to the Mountains of Ararat - the place named in the Book of Genesis where Noah's Ark came to rest after the great flood (Genesis 8:4). This is the closest place to view and take photos of the biblical mountain. It can be considered as the most visited pilgrimage site in Armenia.
    We will drive to Areni village in Vayots Dzor region famous for its wines and winemaking traditions and will visit Areni Wine Factory. Archeological excavations executed by a group of Armenian, American and Irish specialists revealed many tares and winemaking equipment with wine remains and grapeseeds in the caves near Areni village. According to the scientifically proven facts, winemaking in Armenia has 6 thousand years’ history. Armenians were the first who were engaged in wine exports. You’ll have an opportunity to taste wines and buy the one you like. Then we will visit the Church of the Holy Mother of God in Areni. It is a single-nave two-aisled domed church completed in 1321.
    On our way to Noravank monastery we’ll lunch in a cave. We will visit Noravank (literally "new monastery") - a 13th century Armenian monastery located 122 km from Yerevan in a narrow gorge of Amaghu River, well known for its tall, sheer, brick-red cliffs right across from the monastery.
    Our next stop will be another famous tourist sight - a prehistoric archaeological site near the town of Sisian in the Syunik Province of Armenia named Karahunj (ZoratsKarer). It is also known as the Armenian Stonehenge.
    Then we will drive to Stepanakert, the capital and the largest city of Artsakh.
    Check-in at hotel in Stepanakert and overnight.
  • Day 6:

    Stepanakert City Tour; Stepanakert History Museum; Gandzasar; Lunch in Gandzasar; Askeran Fortress (Mayraberd); Tigranakert; Overnight in Stepanakert

    Breakfast at the hotel. We’ll start our day by a Stepanakert City Tour and an excursion to Stepanakert History Museum. Then we will visit Gandzasar monastery, a 10th–13th century Armenian monastery in Artsakh, which is now the seat of the Archbishop of Artsakh.
    We will have lunch near Gandzasar Monastery, after which we will visit Askeran fortress (Mayraberd) built in 18th century. Then we will have a trip to Tigranakert - a ruined Armenian city dating back to the Hellenistic period, founded in the 1st century B.C., named in honor of the Armenian king Tigranes the Great
    . Overnight in Stepanakert.
  • Day 7:

    Shushi; Saint Ghazanchetsots Church; Jdrduz Canyon; Khndzoresk bridge; Lunch in Goris; Tatev Monastery; “Wings of Tatev” aerial tramway; Jermuk; Check in and dinner at hotel in Jermuk; Jermuk mineral waters; Overnight in Jermuk

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will have an excursion to Saint Ghazanchetsots Cathedral in Shushi, the main cathedral and headquarters of the Armenian Apostolic Church's Diocese of Artsakh. We will visit Jdrduz canyon, not far from Shushi. This is a unique place for extreme lovers. We will have another experience by crossing the 160m long Kndzoresk swinging bridge.
    We will lunch in Goris town and then we will have an unforgettable tour to Tatev Monastery - a 9th century Armenian monastery located in southeastern Armenia, situated on the edge of a deep gorge of the Vorotan River. Those who wish can enjoy a breathtaking “flight” on the world’s longest reversible aerial tramway “Wings of Tatev” - a 5.750 km long cable-car which connects village Halidzor and the Tatev Monastery.
    Jermuk resort town will be our next stop with fresh air, artificial lakes, waterfall, forests and mineral water pools, sanatoriums, hotels and health spas,.
    After check in and dinner at hotel in Jermuk we will have an excursion to Jermuk mineral waters gallery.
    Overnight in Jermuk.
  • Day 8:

    Jermuk Watrefall; Selim Caravanserai; Noratus khachqars; Hayravank; Lunch in Sevan; Sevanavank; Beachfront rest at Lake Sevan; Overnight in Sevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will have a short stop at a famous tourist sight - Jermuk Waterfall. Then we will visit Selim Caravanserai built along the Vardenyats Mountain Pass (previously known as the Selim Mountain Pass) in 1332 by Prince Chesar Orbelian. Then we will explore the Gegharqunik region which is famous for Lake Sevan, also called “The Pearl of Armenia”. It is the world’s largest mountain lake. On a clear and sunny day, the water often obtains a deep turquoise color. It is a popular summer tourist spot for Armenians and tourists. Lake Sevan is also famous for its Sevan trout (Salmoischchan) - an endemic species of the lake. We will start our tour program from the southwest shores of Lake Sevan and will visit Noratus and Hayravank - 9th-12th century Armenian monasteries, famous for numerous khachkars.
    We will lunch in Sevan and taste famous Sevan trout (Salmoischchan). After lunch cuntinue our tour program and will visit Sevanavank - a monastic complex located on a peninsula at the northwestern shore of Lake Sevan. Sevanavank is one of the most visited touristsights in Armenia.
    In the evening we will have a beachfront rest at Lake Sevan.
    Overnight in Sevan.
  • Day 9:

    Dilijan; Goshavank; Haghartsin; Lunch in Dilijan; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will have a trip to Dilijan, usually called Armenian Switzerland or Little Switzerland by the local residents. It is one of the most important resorts of Armenia, situated within the Dilijan National Park. The Sharambeyan street in the centre, has been preserved and maintained as an "old town," complete with craftsman's workshops, a gallery and a museum. Hiking, mountain biking, and picnicking are popular recreational activities here.
    We will drive to Goshavanq - a 12thor 13th century Armenian monastery located in the village of Gosh. Then we will visit Haghartsin - a 13th-century Armenian monastery with breathtaking natural and architectural beauty.
    Lunch in Dilijan. Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 10:

    Free day

    Free day
  • Day 11:

    Ashtarak; Karmravor Church; Saint Mesrop Mashtots Church; Lunch in Oshakan; Hovhannavank Monastery; Saghmosavank Monastery; Armenian Alphabet Park; Amberd Fortress; Vanadzor; Overnight in Vanadzor

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will drive to Ashtarak town, 13 km to the northwest from Yerevan. We will visit one of the most charming churches of Armenia, called Karmravor (meaning "Reddish" because of the color of its dome) or Surp Astvatsatsin (meaning "Holy Mother of God"), then we will visit Saint Mesrop Mashtots Cathedral. It is the place where the creator of the Armenian alphabet Saint Mesrop Mashtots is burried.
    We will have lunch in Oshakan, after which we will visit the medieval monasteries Hovhannavank and Saghmosavank situated atop the precipitous gorge carved by the Kasakhriver. They are only 5km far from each other.
    Then we will take a short trip to Artashavan villageon the eastern slope of Mount Aragats where the Armenian Alphabet Park is situated. It is dedicated to the 1600 anniversary of the creation of Armenian letters by Saint Mesrop Mashtots.
    On our way to Vanadzor city we will have a stop near Amberd fortress built in the 7th-century on the slopes of Mount Aragats, 2,300 meters (7,500 ft) above sea level, at the confluence of the Arkashen and Amberd rivers. The 11th-century Vahramashen Church is located near fortress.
    Check-in at hotel in Vanadzor and overnight.
  • Day 12:

    Haghpat Monastery; Sanahin Monastery; Odzun Church; Lunch in Gyumri; Gyumri City Tour; Marmashen Monastery; Return to Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. This day we will explore the northern regions of Armenia and will visit Armenia’s most beautiful monasteries Haghpat and Sanahin. Described as a “masterpiece of religious architecture and major center of learning in the Middle Ages”, Haghpat Monastery, together with Sanahin Monastery was chosen as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1996. Then we will visit Odzun Church constructed around the 5th-7th century in village Odzun with an unusual 7th - century funerary monument with two sculpted pillars depicting biblical scenes and the Christianization of Armenia is beside the church.
    We will drive to the northwestern part of Armenia and will have a stop in Gyumri – the second largest city in the country. We will lunch in Gyumri and have a city tour, after which we will visit a 10th-century Armenian monastic complex Marmashen Monastery.
    Return to hotel in Yerevan.
  • Day 13:

    Free day

    Free day
  • Day 14:

    Armenian Genocide memorial complex at Tsitsernakaberd; Vernissage-open-air handicrafts’ market; Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan

    Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning of our last day we will have anexcursion to the Armenian Genocide memorial complex Tsitsernakaberd - Armenia's official memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide in 1915. Then you’ll have an opportunity to purchase gifts and souvenirs from the open-air handicrafts’ market Vernissage (open on Saturdays and Sundays) which will remind you of your impressions received in Armenia. (The day of the excursion to Vernissage can be changed in accordance to the arrival and departure days) Free time.
    Transfer to Zvartnots airport in Yerevan.

 

The price of the program includes:

  •  Hotel accommodation (13 nights)
  •  Meals as specified in the tour package
  •  Full transportation service (comfortable air-conditioned minibus or bus)
  •  Professional guide’s services
  •  Soft drinks during the trips
  •  Entrance fees to the historical and cultural attractions


Additional information and cancellation policy

  •  The price of the tour package is stated per person. It may change according to the group size and is subject to additional discussion.
  •  For additional services not listed in the tour package, the price will be discussed separately.
  •  A deposit payment (30 % of the total tour package price) is required upon reservation.
  •  Balance (the remaining 70% of the total tour package price) due at 60 days before arrival.
  •  All cancellations must be in writing via e-mail. A full refund of the paid amount will be provided for all cancellations received 61 days or more prior to arrival.
  •  The final list of the tourists should be provided 30 days prior to arrival. Any participant withdrawing from the program undergoes the following penalties according to his/her balance payment:

-60-31 days prior to arrival: 10% of the program price
-30-21 days prior to arrival: 30% of the program price
-20-11 days prior to arrival: 50% of the program price
-10-2 days prior to arrival: 70% of the program price
-1 or less days prior to arrival: 100% of the program price

  •  No refund in case of early departure and withdrawing from any part of the tour program.

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