Tour to Armenia – Classic tour / 5 night-6 days

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Tour to Armenia - Classic tour / 5 night-6 days

Day 1. Transfer to hotel- City tour

We will take you to iconic places and sightseeings that must be visited:
Republic Square- Northern Avenue-The Opera and Ballet Theater – The Swan Lake- The French Square-
The Cascade (“The stairway to heaven”)- The Victory Park
During a tour you will have a chance to get acquainted with the rich culture and history of Yerevan.
You will see how the oldest city in the world (the date of birth of Yerevan – 782 B.C.) has become one of
the prosperous cities of the 21st century.
*can be included- The Blue Mosque is the only surviving mosque in Yerevan. It dates back to the 18th
century when Armenia was still a part of Persia.


Day 2. Yerevan-Charent’s Arch -Garni-Geghard-Yerevan


At one of the passes right by the road to Garni is the Arch of Charents. We will have a short stop here as
only from here opens a breathtaking view of the Ararat valley with Ararat soaring on the horizon. You cant leave
Armenia missing this spectacular view of Ararat-the Symbol of Armenia. Having a photo with the Ararat
background is a must.
Then, our tour will take you to travel between pre-Christian and Christian Armenia. Garni temple is the only
pegan temple in Armenia and the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. The greek-roman

bathhouse with the mosaic, made out of 30,000 pieces of natural stones, as well as the ruins of the royal palace,
will take you to 3rd century A.D.
We will have a master class of Armenian national lavash baking.
From here we will continue our tour to Geghard, which means “spear” from Armenian translation. It is a
medieval monastery, being partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. It is listed as a
UNESCO World Heritage Site with enhanced protection status.

Day 3. Yerevan-KhorVirap-Areni (wine tasting)- Birds cave -Noravank-Jermuk-Yerevan

We will start our tour visiting KhorVirap(meaning «deep dungeon») which is one of the most popular tourist
destinations in Armenia. It stands before the snowcapped flanks of Mount Ararat offering a spectacular view of the
mountain, the national symbol of Armenia.
Wine is a divine key that opens the gates of a human heart and soul. During this excursion, we will travel to the
south through the vast plains of Ararat to visit a wine factory in Areni Village. After tasting a glance of wine, we will
continue a tour to Areni cave (Bird’s Cave). In 2008, archeologists discovered several of the world’s oldest
artifacts, including a leather shoe and a winery.
The next stop is Noravank- one of the gems of medieval Armenian architecture, nestled high among the
stunning brick-red cliffs at the end of the Gnishik Canyon.
Jermuk – Jermuk is known for its hot springs and mineral water brands bottled in the town. It is attractive
for its fresh air, waterfall, artificial lakes, walking trails, the surrounding forests, and mineral water pools. The town
is being redeveloped to become a modern center of tourism and health services. It is also being set up to become
a major chess center, with numerous chess international tournaments scheduled in the town.
Jermuk’s waters are widely recognized as a treatment for numerous illnesses. The town is unique with its
fantastic waterfall, which is sometimes called Mermaid Hair.

Day 4. Yerevan-Alphabet monument-Amberd-Yerevan

Our first stop will be at the Alley of Armenian Alphabet, and of course, you can snap a picture with the first
letter of your name. It is a monument of 39 giant, carved Armenian letters, strategically placed near the final
resting place of the man who created the alphabet, MesropMashtots.
The next destination is the Amberd fortress dated to the 10th century, located 2,300 meters (7,500 ft)
above sea level, on the slopes of MountAragats – the highest peak in Armenia. The name translates to “fortress
in the clouds” in Armenian.
At 3,190 meters above the sea level, you will visit Lake Kari (Stone Lake) which was mostly formed by ice
and snow.

Day 5. Yerevan- Tsaghkadzor-Sevan-Dilijan-Haghartsin

Welcome to the “the gorge of flowers”. That’s how translated Tsaghkadzor from Armenian. You will have a
special experience by visiting here, you’ll travel dense mountain forests, breath fresh air and also can have a trip
on the ropeway.
Tsaghkadzor has become Armenia’s ski center during the winter months, where tourists from all over the
world come to enjoy winter activities.
Then, we will visitSevan, where we will be admired with the Armenian Blue-eyed Beauty-Lake Sevan. It is
the largest body of water in Armenia and the Caucasus region and one of the largest freshwater high-altitude
(alpine) lakes in Eurasia.
The next destination is Dilijan which 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 forested
and reclusive town is home to numerous Armenian artists, composers, and filmmakers and features some
traditional Armenian architecture. The Sharambeyanstreet in the center has been preserved and maintained as an
“old town”, complete with craftsman’s workshops, a gallery, and a museum.

Haghartsin is a 13th-century monastery (built between the 10th and 13th centuries) located near the town
of Dilijan. In 2011, Haghartsin Monastery underwent a major renovation by Armenia Fund with a donation from HH
Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi, Ruler of Sharjah.

Day 6 . Yerevan – Vernissage-GUM-transfer to airport

How you can back home without souvenirs? So, The best place to shop for them is the Vernissage
market. It’s kind of an open-air museum, as here you can find all Armenian traditional items that you could ever
imagine. Most of the items here are handmade and include jewelry, woven rugs, purses, clothes, toys, and vintage
items, just to name a few.
After the traditional souvenirs market, we will go to another market. In summer, here you can see how
radiant peaches, cherries, apricots, and berries decorate the stalls. Dried fruits and nuts are found year-round,
including strings of syrup-coated walnuts known as sujukh (foreigners called it Armenian snickers). There are also
veggies, herbs, basturma (cured ham) and blocks of cheese. Come hungry as vendors give samples.

The price of the tour package is indicated for 1pax in a double room.

with guide-driver
3* hotel – 540 $ Per Person
4* -Hotel 640- 730 $ Per Person


with individual guide
3* hotel – 690 $  Per person
4* – Hotel 790 – 890 $ Person


The tour price includes:

1. Individual airport-hotel-airport transfers;
2. Accommodation as requested
3. Breakfasts at the hotels
4. Transport service of the tour on comfortable transport;
5. English-speaking guide during excursions
6. Entrance tickets, master class, wine tasting
7. Spring water in the service transport
8. Taxes


The tour price does not include:

1. Lunch & Dinner
2. Visa
3. Airline ticket;
4. Alcoholic beverages;
5. Medical insurance.


PAYMENT TERMS :  20% Booking and 80% before 7 days tourists arrival. Make Payments to our Indian or Armenian bank Accounts. 


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