We organize tours for groups and individuals in the country of warm sun. This roundtrip includes all the main places of interest that will be a good start for your future visits.
Clear sunny days are mostly dominant in a year, an average of 280 days a year are sunny. That is a the main reason why we call Armenia sunny. But the light and warmth of sun presents not only in weather but also in the hearts of people. Experience the hospitality of local people and you will understand why everywhere even foreigners feel like at home. You will also feel the sun when you bite a piece of an apricot and taste the variety of our wines.
Pick up and transfer to the hotel. Welcome dinner at traditional Armenian restaurant with folk program (Armenian national songs and dances). Evening walk from the Northern Avenue to Republic Square. Participation in Dancing fountains show.
Breakfast in the hotel. Yerevan sightseeing including Republic Square, Parliament House, Opera House, State University, President’s Palace and Cascade complex. Tour to Matenadaran, a repository of ancient manuscripts, research institute and museum. Depart for Etchmiadzin, the spiritual and administrative headquarter of the Armenian Apostolic Church. Visit the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin (302-303 AD), the seat of the Catholicos. Visit St. Gayane and St. Hripsime Churches (7th c.). Return to Yerevan and stop over for Zvartnots temple, 7th century architectural masterpiece, listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Evening dinner in an traditional restaurant.
Yerevan-Garni-Geghard- Vernisage- Yerevan
Breakfast in the hotel. Tour to Geghard medieval monastery: a fantastic example of medieval Armenian architecture of XII century. It is listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Participation in Armenian bread “Lavash” baking. Tour to the only preserved pagan temple Garni. Lunch in Garni in garden Restaurant. Return to Yerevan.
Breakfast in the Hotel. Tour to Khor Virap Monastery. The monastery is famous for its location, especially for the view of the Biblical Mount Ararat, on the top of which Noah’s ark came to rest according to legend. Visit Areni Cave complex, a cave in the Areni village. In 2010 it was announced, that the earliest known shoe was found in the cave. Visit Noravank monastery complex. Visit Tatev Monastery, founded in the 9th century, one of the most wonderful places of Armenia. Located on a large basalt plateau on the edge of a deep gorge of the River Vorotan, Tatev Monastery forms an incredible harmony with the picturesque landscape. To monastery you will get on the longest cableway in the world.
Breakfast in the Hotel. Tour to Khndzoresk, that is very famous for its canyon with picturesque rock formations and ancient cave settlement. The artificial caves used to be inhabited till the1950’s.Visit Karahunj, a prehistoric archaeological site. Jermuk is a famous Armenian spa city, where much of the country's mineral water comes from. Dinner in Yerevan. Return to Yerevan.
Yerevan- Sevan – Sevanavank- Dilijan- Haghartsin- Yerevan
Breakfast in the hotel. Tour to Lake Sevan, which is one of the greatest high mountainous fresh water lakes of Eurasia. It’s a fascinating collage of turquoise waves playing with wind and mountains reflected on water. Continue to Dilijan: one of the most important resorts of Armenia, famous for its amazing surroundings, situated in Dilijan National Park. Visit Haghartsin Monastery (X-XIV centuries). Nestled in forested mountains the Monastery creates a magical impression of the lost world. Trip to Goshavank Monastery (XII-XIII centuries). Lunch in Dilijan. Return to Yerevan.
Breakfast in the Hotel. Tour to Ashtarak, which is a colorful old town. Continue to Amberd Fortress, founded in the 7th century A.D. and is located near the village of Byurakan. Lunch in Byurakan. Tour to Saghmosavank: 13th century Armenian monastic complex located in the Aragatsotn Province. The complex is situated at the gorge of the River Kasagh. Return to Yerevan.
Breakfast in the Hotel. Check out and transfer to the airport.