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Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and embark on an adventure through the regions of Yenokavan and Lastiver in Armenia. Explore medieval monasteries, national parks, lakes, and canyons over the course of two days and even spend the night camping in the lush forests. This private tour also includes a horseback ride and paragliding to get your adrenaline pumping.
Get up close and personal with mother nature on this winter adventure through the Armenian highlands. Travel from Yerevan to Aghveran, a small mountain town, to meet your guide and get fitted for snowshoes. Then it’s off on a 2-hour walk through rolling hills and birch forest. Stop along the route for photos and water breaks, then enjoy some hot beverages and baklava before the return journey.
Armenia is chock full of beautiful medieval monasteries and churches. This tour covers three significant structures—Odzun, Akhtala, and Sanahin—on a full-day private tour through the Lori province. so visitors can get a glimpse of Armenian heritage. Learn about their histories and admire the architecture and frescoes that adorn each building as you explore.
Enjoy an adventurous outdoor experience in Armenia's Kotayk province with his guided climbing tour to Mount Ara. In a small group of no more than 15, head for the town of Zoravan from where you'll begin your climb, learning about the history and cultural significance of the mountain along the way.
Hey Armenia travel company gives the opportunities to their tourists to travel Armenia as well as try the dishes of the Armenian cuisine. Not only you will travel through Armenia but also will enjoy tasty food and drinks. You will be involved in such activities as master-classes, food preparation or baking.
Discover the variety of beautiful landscapes of Vayots Dzor on a one day guided tour. Uncover Noravank, the Tsakhats Kar Monasteries and the Smbataberd Fortress amongst many other historical landmarks in this area.
Armenia invites you to an unforgettable experience on a horseback through its mountains: especially Mount Armaghan, which is an extinct volcano replaced with a lake in his crater. -Private trip to discover an unforgettable variety of landscapes in Armenia-Admire Lake Sevan - the blue pearl of Armenia and the Geghama Mountains-Experience the rural life in nature's embrace-Live like the locals while delving into authentic rustic areas of Armenia
The special comfortable tour-bus/vehicle will wait for you in your location (hotel, accommodation). We'll start the tour at 9 am. On the way we'll have a stop near the lake Sevan to admire with the beauty of the biggest mountain lake of the Caucasus. After a short walk in the town of Dilijan we'll start the hiking to the direction of Parz lake which is located in the Dilijan National Park. The hike continues by the brand-new Transcaucasian Trail built in 2017. There is a Zip-line over the lake Parz, no worries, we'll wait for you with love untill you enjoy the adventurous zip!!. The vehicle will take as to Yerevan form Parz lake area.
We are going to hit the road with you and move towards a beautiful and unique destination - Azat Reservoir.You do not have to be a hiker to join us, all our activities are accessible to anyone. All you need is comfortable sneakers / hiking boots, bottle of water and a raincoat just in case.We LL do:Hike around a beautiful Azat Lake.Continue the hike down to the nature wonder called Stone Symphony.We prepare our lunch boxes from Organic ingredients from countryside, supporting our villagers.
To travel is to life. We are part of nature that's why we offer You to take something new in your travel history, Eco tours are becoming more and more popular enjoy your time in Armenia being close to its wonderful highlands.
Climb a significant monument of Armenian history, a symbolic mountain in the southern regions of Armenia, Mount Khustup (3206m above sea level). Lush forests, emerald meadows and rocky peaks, dominate the Syunik region. Discover some famous armenian monuments in the road to the south
We gladly invite you to join the discovery of the most remarkable landmarks in Armenia. Spend your time in high-class comfortable hotels, be accompanied by professional guides and taste unique specialties of Armenian cuisine.
Tatev Monastery is a unique masterpiece of Armenian architecture, built in the 9th century. This monastery was one of the oldest spiritual centers of medieval Armenia, as well as the biggest university of its time. Due to the construction of «Wings of Tatev», the longest cable way in the world (5,7 km), the complex has become one the most visited places in Armenia. Through the efforts of the «Tatev Revival» foundation the travel route, stretching to the South of the country, turned to the most active and demanded direction not only within locals, but for tourists as well.
Armenia is famous for it's culture and people and the biggest part of that is Wine making, it's a technique and tradition passed through the generations and now it is here to surprise and educate all the wine lovers of the world.
If you are looking for adventure or the fresh mountain air not too far from the capital than this offer is for you. Climb the summit of Gutanasar (2299m), located 30 minutes from Yerevan! This Mount with its fairy landscapes will greet you in its arms.
Those who are looking for authentic hiking destinations with undeniable natural and cultural attractions near the capital Yerevan, will certainly love this trekking experience. Head to Bjni, a former historical spa town, famous for its mineral water. Enjoy wonderful mountainous landscapes and discover cultural and historical monument along the way
Do you want to enjoy the taste of the real Armenian barbecue and even prepare it by yourself? Then this tour is especially for you. The Armenian barbecue will surprise you with its unique taste and unique method of preparation. What's barbecue without a song and a dance? During the whole festival Armenian national songs and music will follow you, while you enjoy the taste of traditional Armenian barbecue. In these five days, besides tasting Armenian barbecue, you will be able to see the most famous sights of Armenia; Garni Pagan Temple, Geghard Monastery, Haghartsin Monastery, Dilijan, which will surprise you with their architecture and secrets. You will not miss the opportunity to be in the Armenian Wine Factory.
The Mount Armaghan is an extinct volcano at an elevation of 2.811m (9,222ft) above the sea level, located in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia. It's one of the highest mountain roads of the country.The road to the summit, located within the Geghama Mountains, is gravel, rocky, tippy and bumpy at times. It is impassable in winters. At the top of the mountain there is a small volcanic lake called Armaghan lake, partially filled with water, which has a diameter of 100 m and is fed by rainwater. Stay away if you're scared of heights.Wet conditions may make for tough driving along the muddy road. Open to all motorized vehicles, however, strongly recommended for high clearance, 4-wheel drive vehicles. The road is very rough--only try driving it in a 2wd car, if you're planning to buy a new car. Locals say that Armaghan Mount is God's gift, and having once been here, you will certainly return. In 2009 a new domed basalt church was built on the top of the mountain, called Armaghan Church.
Local knowledgeable guide will take you through the nature and history of the Syunik region. This experience has been developed together with ethnographers and will make sure to provide with rich experience. The guide is also trained to provide first aid.