Cultural Exploration of Armenia


  • The first Christian church in the world
  • The oldest winery in the world
  • World's longest cable car
  • UNESCO world heritage sites
  • The pagan symbol of the country


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This Tour gives an opportunity to explore Armenia diving in the regions, 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, Yerevan city tour-one of the most ancient and lively young cities of the world at the same time. We will start the tour from the Victory Park, then we will walk in Cascade Complex, a massive staircase with a number of statues and sculptures. Later, we will explore one of the world’s largest manuscript depositories in the world, Matenadaran. We will continue the city walk to the State Opera House, Northern Avenue. We won't also miss the chance to explore the Kond hill neighbourhood with its narrow streets, small houses taking one to a life frozen as it was in pre-Soviet times.

    Overnight– Hotel in Yerevan

  • Day 2 - Yerevan-Ejmiatsin

    Today we will visit The Ejmiatsin Cathedral-the first Christian church in the world and the spiritual centre of Armenians. We will also visit the “Ejmiatsin Museum” and explore antiquity there. Then we will have lunch with Armenian national meals. We will visit the Memorial of Sardarapat. While Going back to Yerevan we will see the ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral that was built in the 7th century.

    Overnight – Hotel in Yerevan

  • Day 3 - Ejmiatsin-Areny Cave

    Today we will visit Khor Virap Monastery-where the adoption of Christianity as a state religion set its roots. Then we wili have a wine tasting in the Old Areni Wine Factory. Thanks to their professional staff, we will get to participate in wine production. We will also visit the oldest winery in the entire world- in Areni Cave. Then we will visit the Noravank Monastery. We will have lunch in a Gastro yard where you can participate in fruit dessert making. Later we'll have a photo stop at the Spandaryan Reservoir with its magnificent location and nature. Tour will end in the small town Goris, where a dinner awaits us at the hotel.

    Overnight– Hotel in Goris

  • Day 4 - Tatev Monastery-World's longest cable car

    The fourth day will start with a walk through a historic village in Armenia, Khndzoresk. Lunch will be served in the restaurant at the edge of a gorge overlooking Tatev Monastery. After the walk we will visit Tatev Monastery. We will have that chance to ride the cable car over deep Vorotan river canyon. We will also visit Shaqi waterfall.

    Overnight– Hotel in Hermon Village

  • Day 5 - Visit “little Switzerland” of Armenia

    Today, we will start our tour by going back to the middle ages to the part of The Great Silk Road. Here we will have a stop at Selim Caravanserai of the 13th century, which hosted lots of traders from China, India and Europe. Then we will explore a historical village which carries the largest khachkars collection in the entire world. Here we will visit a family cheese farm to taste local cheeses aged in wine and brandy. We will have a drive along Lake Sevan. We will have lunch in a restaurant with a lake view. Then we will visit “little Switzerland” of Armenia, Dilijan, full of national parks and fresh air. We will also have a short walk in The Old Dilijan Complex with wooden balconies and artisans’ shops.

    Overnight– Hotel in Dilijan

  • Day 6 - Visist UNESCO world heritage sites

    For the sixth day we will go to Lori region to visit the centuries old churches of UNESCO world heritage sites. Here we will visit two ancient monasteries in Aghtala and Haghpat - the real signs of Armenians living here from very old times. We will have lunch in the restaurant and the chef will demonstrate some traditional Armenian dish cooking.

    Overnight– Hotel in Dsegh Village

  • Day 7 - Tour to Gyumri- Armenia's Second largest city

    We will drive into Gyumri-the cultural centre and the second largest city in Armenia, also well known for its ancient and unique architectural style. In Gyumri we will participate in several master classes. The tour will continue to another ancient monastery Marmashen with its incredible location over Akhurian River and Armenian-Turkish borders.

    Overnight – Hotel in Gyumri

  • Day 8 - Back to Capital, Armenian Alphabet Monument.

    Today we will go back to Yerevan. We will have a stop at Gntuniq supermarket and bakery, where you will have a chance to see how the bread is baked on the walls of a hot oven. On the way back to Yerevan, we will visit the Monastery Saghmosavank. Then we will go to find out the largest alphabet in the world, where the letters are gravestones and to find our first letters there. We will also have a short visit to the fortress of Amberd. Due to those fortresses Armenians carried their brave history throughout centuries.

    Overnight– Hotel in Yerevan

  • Day 9 - Tour to Garni and Geghard

    Today we will visit The temple of Garni-the pagan symbol of the country and the Geghard Monastery-built from rocks with its obscure and unbelievable architecture. We will get back to Yerevan and visit Ararat Brandy with its amazing museum and factory. Later the day of course, we will celebrate our finish of the tour with a farewell dinner.

    Overnight– Hotel in Yerevan

  • Day 10 - Departure

    Transfer to the Airport.


  • Airport transfers
  • Air conditioned transportation
  • Entrance fees to museums & sightseeings
  • Museum guide fees
  • English speaking guide service
  • Brandy tasting in Ararat Brandy factory
  • Wine tasting in Areny winery
  • Cheese tasting in family farm
  • Tatever Cable Car fee
  • Overnight stay at hotels (double / twin rooms) 9 nights
  • 9 breakfasts, 8 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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