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Khor Virap Monastery is one of Armenia’s most impressive historic landmarks and affords spectacular views of the sacred Mount Ararat. On this full-day tour from Yerevan, travel by private vehicle and stop as many times as you like to take photos. After exploring Khor Virap, visit the 13th-century Noravank Monastery, ride the ‘Wings of Tatev’ cable car (own expense) to Tatev Monastery, and enjoy wine tasting (own expense) at an Areni winery.
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This full-day tour ,promises a spectacular view to the oldest and most popular historical landmark of Armenia-the Biblical Mount Ararat. Although Mount Ararat can be seen from many spots in Yerevan, Khor Virap Monastery is the nearest point to the mountain in Armenia. Discover Khor Virap and Noravank monasteries right after have a chance to taste and even purchase Armenia's renowned Areni wine. Combine your sightseeing with comfortable ride, professional guide assistance and with a tasty lunch in a local restaurant with traditional dishes of Armenian diverse cuisine.
Full-day trip to three southern regions of Armenia: Ararat, Vayots Dzor and Syunik. The first stop will be at Khor Virap Monastery in Ararat Valley. Here the Christian history of Armenia commenced in early 4-th century. Except the monastery you will also visit the underground dungeon, where St Gregory the Illuminator was kept for 13 years. The vista point here has one of the best views to mount Ararat.You will continue the way to the picturesque Gnishik canyon and reach Noravank Monastery surrounded by red rocks. Later you will have your lunch in an authentic restaurant near Arpa river and continue the way to the main destination of the day – medieval Monastery of Tatev. From Halidzor village you will take the longest ropeway in the world and fly there over Vorotan gorge.Duration: 13-14 hoursTotal distance: 520 km
Just two hours south of Yerevan, Vayots Dzor is home to wineries and vineyards. Here, the thirsty traveler can tour a winery to learn about Armenia’s unbroken tradition of winemaking while sampling vintages from across the ages.At the heart of the Vayots Dzor Wine Route is the Areni-1 Cave, site of the oldest known winery in the world. Armenian wines have been gracing Armenian tables for at least 6000 years. Today, this wine culture is kept alive by a handful of enthusiastic winemakers who continue to cultivate ancient varietals. Spend a day exploring one of Vayots Dzor’s winemaking facilities, taking a tour of the production process, and tasting local wines.Along the Vayots Dzor Wine Route, there are few wineries that offer regular tours and tastings: Hin Areni Winery, Old Bridge Winery.These are all easily accessed via the Yerevan Highway.
Get out of Yerevan for a day of exploring Armenia on a full-day trip to Khor Virap, Norovank Monastery, T'rchuneri (Bird) Cave, and Areni, a wine-growing town in a scenic landscape. With a guide to help bring each destination to life, you’ll discover history, the natural world, and some of Armenia’s most distinctive wines. This full-day tour departs from central Yerevan, with pickup and drop-off at centrally located hotels, and includes entrance fees, light refreshments, and transport in a climate-controlled vehicle.
This day trip lets you conquer Southern Armenia must-see sights. Don't waste your precious vacation time planning out your own tour. Skip the headache of renting a car and focus on the scenery on this hassle-free tour, which stops at Khor Virap, Noravank, Tatev. With impressive views this tour includes both guided and private options.
Seeing Armenia’s Tatev Monastery from Yerevan can be tricky without hiring a car. On this full-day tour, travel to Tatev in the company of an art historian guide. East breakfast on the road and make your way into the countryside. Take a long cable car ride up to the monastery complex and admire the views of Vorotan Gorge. and visit three monasteries. Enjoy a wine tasting of local wines.
Visiting the King Prison - Khor Virap Monastery complex✔ Visit to Areni winery , tour inside the factory and wine tasting ,and continue to the ancient cave where the oldest shoe was found✔ Continue to Noravank monastery✔ Visit to the world's longest reverse cable car “Wings of Tatev”✔ Visit to Tatev Monastery
Experience some of Armenia’s most spiritual places on a 3-day trip through southern Armenia and the Nagorno Karabakh Republic. Explore ancient monasteries, some of which date back to the Middle Ages, to discuss their significance and admire the beautiful architecture. This private tour also ventures to vineyards who have been making wine the same way for generations where you can sample Armenian wine.
Visit Armenia’s premier wine region, Vayots Dzor, during this full-day private tour. Drive through the Armenian countryside and pass by the biblical Mount Ararat on your way to the medieval Noravank Monastery and Areni Cave, where the oldest winery in the world was discovered. Then enjoy a delicious homemade lunch at a villagers house and sample local wines at the Old Areni Winery—at your own expense—before heading back to Yerevan.
Embark on a journey through a few of Armenia’s Christian sites during this private tour from Yerevan. Learn about the story of St. Gregory the Illuminator, who brought Christianity to the region, at the Khor Virap Monastery. Continue on to Noravank Monastery where you can see medieval structures dating back to the 13th century and cap off your day with a stop at Areni vineyard to sample Armenian wine.
Exploring the wine scene may not be on every visitor to Armenia's radar but this guided tour will convince you that Armenian wines are worth getting to know. in a small group of no more than 15, head into the Armavir region to visit Karas Wines, one of the country's best wineries. You'll learn all about the production process and, of course, sample the products.
Wine in Armenia is always good idea We have a lot of wineries you can visit but Voskevaz is very special with it authentic atmosphere So if you want feel authentic atmosphere and wine spirit of Armenia come and see Voskevaz winery in Aragatsotn region, village VoskevazHere you will have tasting of 5 type of the best Voskevaz wines of winery who carefully built this amazing village You can meet owners who carefully built this amazing village by own hands During the dinner you will enjoy salads , appetizers and amazing fish barbecueTransfer from Yerevan is included in price
Southeastern Armenia is home to a plethora of historic sights and stunning landscapes. This private excursion takes you on one of the world’s longest cable car rides to the ancient Tatev Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Khndzoresk site which features a swinging bridge and a cave complex, as well as the Areni vineyard to sample Armenian wine. Private transportation and a dedicated guide are included.
Khor Virap Monastery is one of Armenia’s most important pilgrimage attraction with an amazing views of the sacred Mount Ararat where Noah's Arc landed. This is a full-day tour from Yerevan, travel by private vehicle with flexible time at attraction and for taking photos. After Khor Virap you will have a wine tasting at Areni winery and visit Bird's Cave, then proceed to Noravank Monastery.
If there is one thing Armenia is famous for it's churches: one beautiful and unique than the other. This tour will take you most famous ones which have played important role in Armenia's religious history. Start your to with exploring Khor Virap and Noravank. Have a lunch(not incl. in the price) and wine testing break in Areni Winery to not get overwhelmed of many churches. After some rest head to Lake Sevan to admire blue beauty while exploring Sevanavank and Hayravank that have amazing viewpoints to the lake.
Khor Virap Monastery is one of Armenia’s most important pilgrimage attraction with an amazing views of the sacred Mount Ararat where Noah's Arc landed. This is a full-day tour from Yerevan, travel by private vehicle with flexible time at attraction and for taking photos. After Khor Virap you will have a wine testing at Areni winery and visit Bird's Cave, the proceed to Noravank Monastery. At the end of the tour you will visit Jermuk spa town with its waterfall and thermal water gallery.
Any trip to Armenia will be incomplete without visiting these historical sites which are some of the most beautiful places Armenia has to offer. We have put together a lovely package for you that will take you on an exploration to the South of Armenia, where you will get an opportunity to witness and hear about Armenia's pre-Christian history as well as find out the wonderful story about the spread of Christianity in Armenia. We offer high-quality, Air-Conditioned transportation that picks you up from the hotel, all driven by professional licenced drivers, well versed with the route. Guides provided by us are also professionals with a good deal of experience up their sleeves. Get a chance to see the historic place from where Christianity spread in Armenia, explore the canyon leading to Noravank, hear the story behind the establishment of one of the strongest religious centres of South Armenia, explore the cave that once housed the world's oldest shoe, and drink authentic Armenian wine.
Get out of the the city and explore the highlights outside of Yerevan. Depart from your hotel and travel in a private air-conditioned vehicle to Khor Virap Monastery. Take in the sweeping views of Mount Ararat. Continue on to Novarank and admire the medieval architecture. Stop by the archaeological site at Bird’s Cave.