Highlights Of Georgia & Armenia

Armenia

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A fascinating cultural journey through the heart of the Caucasus

Itinerary

Start Yerevan

Full day exploring Yerevan and the surrounding area.

Morning visit to Geghard Monastery and Garni pagan temple; afternoon visit to Vernissage market.

Khor Virap Monastery; wine tasting at Areni village; visit Noravank monastery; to Goris.

Silk Road and Lake Sevan via Selim caravanserai and Noraduz.

To Sevanavank and Haghartsin Monasteries; to Haghpat.

Visit medieval churches at Haghpat and Sanahin before crossing into Georgia; to Tbilisi.

Walking tour of Tbilisi; free afternoon; Georgian folk show.

To Kazbegi village for views of Mt. Kazbek; alpine walk to Gergeti Trinity Church; on to Gudauri.

To Uplistsikhe pre-Christian cave town; onto Gori, birthplace of Stalin; finish Kutaisi

Explore Sataplia Cave; visit UNESCO-listed Gelati Monastery; finish in Borjomi.

Visit Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park and Mtskheta; drive back to Tbilisi; free evening in the Georgian capital.

Visit Sighnaghi and the wine region of Kakheti; lunch and wine tasting with a local family; return to Tbilisi.

Finish Tbilisi

Additional Information

The monasteries, churches and cathedrals of Georgia and Armenia are amongst the oldest in the world. Many are built in stunning locations, surrounded by gardens and forests, perched on top of dramatic gorges or silhouetted before snowcapped mountains. The range of scenery is immense, from Mount Ararat towering majestically over the skyline of Yerevan, to the lush valleys of ancient vineyards across the lowlands of Georgia. Here, wine has been produced for almost 10,000 years and there is the opportunity to visit one of its most famous wine cellars. 

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Starting From

$2,799/person

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Details

Duration

14 Days

Starts

Armenia

Group Size

4-16

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