Perfect walking tour featuring history, culture, scenery and walking.
Explore historic sites and picturesque villages. Armenia is one of the world's oldest countries. Numerous monuments of arts, especially of architecture, which have survived on the country's territory far beyond the limits of the Armenian upland, the high artistic merits distinguishing these monuments, their rare beauty and profound distinctiveness have long attracted the attention of researchers, and, especially, men of art - architects, artists and art critics.
We start with a visit to several medieval monasteries, hiking on rugged trails between these fine examples of Armenian architecture and stopping off at mountain villages and on the shore of the the largest alpine high mountain freshwater lake in the Caucasus region and in Armenia Highland - Lake Sevan.
Yerevan City tour- Garni Temple-Geghard Monastery
Holy Echmiadzin -Khor Virap Monastery
Lake Sevan-Dilijan-Goshavank(optional Hiking to the lake in the forest)
Kobayr(short hiking)-Sanahin Monastery-Haghpat Monastery (over night in Odzun village)
Walk in the village visit church of Odzun(optional rent Russian jeep to visit family living in the mountains)back to Yerevan
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you where ever you are staying.
End location: I will drop you back off where you are staying.
Duration: 5 days
End of our tour is in Yerevan.
Mitsubishi(4WD / AC)
- My Guide / driver services
- A/C vehicle + fuel
- Tax, service charges
Advice on how to best use your time in Armenia.
You are responsible for purchasing any items of a personal nature related to shopping souvenirs, snacks and restaurant meals.
Accommodation, food and entrance fees.
There's an extra cost for a larger vehicle if the number of people is greater than 3. Please contact me for details.
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Vrezh customized a tour to fit our schedule, including a pickup from Tbilisi, Georgia. He showed us some of Armenia's hightlights as well as giving us an insight Armenian culture. Thank Vrezh!
Arne De Knegt