Armenia Food & Wine Tour


  • The largest statue in the capital
  • Armenia’s blue queen
  • The first Christian church in the whole world
  • The pagan symbol of Armenia
  • The UNESCO World Heritage list


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This Tour gives us an opportunity to explore and recognize Armenian local cousine, traditional dishes, take in cheese making proccess, visiting armenian well-known wine and brandy factories, meanwhile travelling across the country, staying for overnight in family run hotels, interracting with locals, exploring ancient and historical churches, hospitality of people, breathtaking nature and wild life.

  • Day 1 - Yerevan city tour

    Airport pick-up. Visit Mother Armenia monument -the largest statue in the capital then we will have a walk in Cascade Complex then the largest depository of manuscripts, Matenadaran. Later we will make an Armenian traditional dish, Ghapama, and taste some of the traditional dishes.

    Overnight– Hotel in Yerevan

  • Day 2 - Yerevan-Ejmiatsin

    Today we will visit the Holy Church of Ejmiatsin, the holy centre of the Armenian Apostolic Church and the first Christian church in the whole world. We will also go to the “Ejmiatsin Museum” and explore antiquity there. Later on, we will visit Voskeni Winery. On our way back to Yerevan, we will see the ruins of the 7th century cathedral Zvartnots.

    Overnight–in Yerevan

  • Day 3 - Khor Virap, Areni winery, Noravank

    Today, we will visit the Khor Virap Monastery where the adoption of Christianity has started. Later on we'll go to Yeghegnadzor town, where we will have lunch and taste local wines and fruit vodka. Then we will visit Areni wine factory, where 6100 year old wine production traces, grape seeds and clay pots are found. Then we will visit the 13th century Noravank Monastery.

    Overnight–Hotel in Hermon Village

  • Day 4 - Selim Caravanserai, Sevan, Hayravank

    Today we will explore Selim Caravanserai, which provides a bird’s eye view of the Armenian Highlands. Once this caravanserai hosted the Silk Road traders and it still stands unchanged from the 13th century. In Noratus, we will visit local cheese makers who make unique cheeses aged in wine and brandy. Later on visiting Armenia’s blue queen–Lake Sevan–we will explore the 9th century Hayravank monastery. Today's dinner will be served in Tsaghkunq village where we will have a traditional cooking master class.

    Overnight-Hotel in Tsaghkunq

  • Day 5 - Visit Garni and Geghard, Ararat Brandy Factory

    Today we will visit Garni Temple- the pagan symbol of Armenia and Geghard Monastery, partly carved out of the adjacent mountain and is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. We will drive to Yerevan where we will enjoy the melody of Armenian duduk – an instrument made from apricot trees – in the manmade 21 m deep cave. Then we will visit the Ararat Brandy Factory.

    Overnight–Hotel in Yerevan

  • Day 6 - Amberd fortress and Voskevaz Wine factory

    Today we will get to the Amberd Fortress-a true symbol of the rebellious and defensive nature of the Armenian nation. We will have a break at a family Gastro yard in Ashtarak town, have lunch and a small harvest of seasonal fruits will serve as a dessert with herbal tea. Then we will visit Voskevaz wine factory. Here we will have wine tasting and an excursion in wine tunnels and production areas. In the evening we will be back to Yerevan.

    Overnight–Hotel in Yerevan

  • Day 7 - Departure

    Transfer to the Airport.


  • Airport transfers
  • Air conditioned transportation
  • Entrance fees to museums
  • English speaking guide service
  • All brandy & wine tastings
  • Cheese tasting in family farm
  • All cooking classes
  • 6 nights at hotels (double / twin rooms)
  • 6 breakfasts, 4 lunches , 3 dinners
  • Airfare
  • Tips
  • Room service fees
  • Any private expenses
  • Visa Fee

Important Information

Best season for travelling to Armenia is April-November. July-August are the hottest months with average temperature of 35 C.

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