• Price $2799
  • Trip Small Group Guided Tour
  • Duration 12 days
  • Group size 10
  • Transport Tour Bus

Tour code: FTANK12

  • Yerevan  6 nights: Republic Square, Opera House, Victory Bridge, Hrazdan Stadium, Presidential Palace, National Assembly Buliding, Academy of Sciences, Zvartnots Cathedral, Armenia Church, The Temple of Garni, Geghard, Free day.
  • Goris 1 night: Khor Virap Monastery, the Underground Chamber, Karahunj-Armenia Stonehenge, the Goris town.
  • Stepanakert 2 nights: the miraculous monastery of Tatev, the relics of the Apostles Sts. Peter and Paul, Shoushi City, the surviving churches of St. Ghazanchetsots and Green Church, Stepanakert City Tour, the Museum of History and Country Study of Artsakh, the Gandzasar Monastery.
  • Sevan 1 night: Dadivank Monastery, the Mount Murovdag, Visit the Stone Garden, the Lake Sevan, the Monastery of Sevanavank, the resort town of Dilijan, Visit Haghartsin monastery, Goshavank, visit Tsakhkadzor Ski resort.
  • Groupo size: 2-10 (Min 2 pax)


Day 1
Departure from U.S.
Depart U.S. and cross the international dateline.
*Usually, the flight itinerary is 2 days. Be aware there might be flight that takes 3 days to get to Yerevan. Please provide your flight itinerary so we can help you set up the airport transfer service accordingly.
Day 2
Arrival in Yerevan, Armenia.
Arrival at Zvartnots International Airport. Our tourist guide will welcome you at the airport. Transfer to the hotel in Yerevan.
Overnight in Yerevan

Overnight Hotel: Paris hotel (or Similar)

Day 3
Yerevan City tour. (Breakfast & Lunch)

Drive through the central streets of Yerevan: Republic Square, Opera House, “Cascade” Monument and Stairs, "Mother Armenia" Monument with a breathtaking view of Yerevan, Victory Bridge, Hrazdan Stadium, Sports and Concerts Center, Presidential Palace, National Assembly Building, Academy of Sciences, Tsitsernakaberd-Armenian Genocide Memorial Complex and Museum.
Visit Matenadaran, a unique Research Institute of Ancient Manuscripts and a Museum, the largest center of study and safekeeping of Armenian manuscripts in the world. Lunch in a traditional Armenian restaurant, where you’ll enjoy the best dishes of the rich Armenian cuisine.
Overnight in Yerevan

Overnight Hotel: Paris hotel (or Similar)
Meals:Breakfast & Lunch
Day 4
Echmiadzin. (Breakfast & Lunch)

Leave for Echmiadzin town, the Holy See of the Armenian Apostolic Church. Visit St. Hripsime Church built in the 7th century and is considered a masterpiece of early medieval Armenian architecture. Continue to Echmiadzin Mother Cathedral. Historically, it is the focal point of the town of Echmiadzin, and it’s the oldest church in the world. It was originally built by Saint Gregory the Illuminator as a vaulted basilica in 301-303A.D., when Armenia was the only country in the world the state religion of which was Christianity. On the way back to Yerevan visit the Ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral. Zvartnots, built as Armenia's main cathedral in 641-661A.D. was to suppress the Echmiadzin Cathedral by its grandeur. The remnants of Zvartnots, even in ruins, are a majestic sight. The Ruins of Zvartnots are listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Lunch in a traditional Armenian restaurant.
Overnight in Yerevan

Overnight Hotel: Paris hotel (or Similar)
Meals:Breakfast & Lunch
Day 5
Garni Temple - Geghard Monastery. (Breakfast & Lunch)

Tour to Garni Pagan Temple and Geghard Monastery. The Pagan Temple of Garni is the only pagan temple currently standing in Armenia. Gracing the hillside the pagan temple was dedicated to the God of Sun, Mithra. It was built in 77 A.D. by the Armenian King Trdat I. The architectural complex of Garni was Armenia's foremost center of Hellenistic culture and the summer residence of Armenian kings.
Driving for 9 more kilometers from Garni, you'll reach the Monastery of Geghard, which is included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Geghard is an incredible ancient Armenian monastery, partly carved out of a mountain. Though the monastery has been around since before the 4th century, the main cathedral was built in 1215.It is said that the holy lance that pierced the body of Christ was kept here.Lunch in an Armenian peasant house in Garni village.
Overnight in Yerevan.

Overnight Hotel: Paris hotel (or Similar)
Meals:Breakfast & Lunch
Day 6
Khor Virap - Noravank - Karahunj - Goris. (Breakfast & Lunch & Dinner)

Visit Khor Virap Monastery. To this day you can visit the underground chamber where St. Gregory the Illuminator, the first Armenia’s Patriarch, was imprisoned for 13 years before curing King Trdat III of a disease. This caused the conversion of the king and Armenia into the first officially Christian nation in the world in the year 301. Its location, near the closest point to Mount Ararat within Armenian borders, offers a spectacular view of the mountain, the national symbol of Armenia. Proceed to Noravank Monastery (13-14th centuries), an architectural gemstone nestled among brick-red cliffs, just above a deep gorge.
Lunch in a lovely restaurant. Near the town of Sisian visit Karahunj-Armenia’s Stonehenge. This stone circle, now shown to be a prehistoric observatory, long predates Stonehenge in England. Ancient inscriptions found here may mark the birthplace of the Zodiac – and of Western Civilization itself. Possibly it was the world's first astronomical observatory founded 7500 years ago. Its history is really very impressive.
Continue to Goris town which is in a deep gorge having houses with red roofs. It’s a town of orchards having a rather interesting architecture of civil structures.
Overnight in Goris.

Overnight Hotel: Mina hotel (or Similar)
Meals:Breakfast & Lunch & Dinner
Day 7
Goris - Tatev - Shushi - Stepanakert. (Breakfast & Lunch)

In the morning we explore Goris, one of the most beautiful towns in Armenia. It’s a town in orchards where the houses have the same unique architecture with red tile roofs. The town is beautifully planned by a German architect in the 19th century. We visit the miraculous monastery of Tatev riding the world’s longest aerial tramway (5.7 km) built by the Swiss in 2010. Tatev is a formidable monastic complex founded in the 9th century. It’s the biggest monastery in Armenia. It's located on a rocky peninsula more than 100 meters above the Vorotan River. According to tradition the relics of the Apostles, Sts. Peter and Paul, were placed under the dome's supporting pillars. we drive to the most impressive city of Nagorno Karabakh - Shoushi City. This is the 2nd city of Karabagh and historically, it used to be the capital of Artsakh.Shushi is nestled on a frozen wave of rock. Because of its impregnable location it received the name “the eagles’ nest”. The fortress had never been taken by force in the course of its history till 1992 May 9 when the Karabakh Armenian soldiers climbed up the huge rock and liberated the historic capital of Artsakh. Here we’ll visit the only surviving churches of St. Ghazanchetsots and Green Church. We also visit 19th the Persian Mosque and one the most beautiful old districts of the city completely abandoned.
Continue to Stepanakert, the Capital of Artsakh.
Overnight in Stepanakert.

Overnight Hotel: Vallex Garden Hotel (or Similar)
Meals:Breakfast & Lunch
Day 8
Stepanakert - Gandzasar. (Breakfast & Lunch)

Stepanakert City Tour. Visit the Museum of History and Country Study of Artsakh (Karabagh). Have a stroll in the city’s main food market. Then we’ll have a photo stop at the national landmark of Karabakh, the statue “ We and Our Mountains”, tenderly called by the inhabitants grandfather-grandmother (the Grandfather and the Grandmother). The old man with the old woman, as if they grew on the top of the hill, symbolize the attachment of Karabakhian people to their native ground. Otherwise, this sculptural composition is called the monument to Long-Livers.
Drive to Gandzasar Monastery, perhaps the most important architectural monument of Artsakh (13th century). According to renowned Russian scholar A. L. Yakobson of St. Petersburg's Hermitage, Gandzasar Monastery is "the encyclopedia of Armenian architecture." Stop in the village of Vank where you can socialize with the locals. Lunch in a nice restaurant. Back to Stepanakert town. Rest. A walking tour in Stepanakert’s park in the evening.
Overnight in Stepanakert.

Overnight Hotel: Vallex Garden Hotel (or Similar)
Meals:Breakfast & Lunch
Day 9
Stepanakert - Dadivank - Noratus - Lake Sevan. (Breakfast & Lunch)

After breakfast drive to Dadivank Monastery. It dates back to approximately 9–13th centuries and is located at the foothills of the Mount Mrav, on the left bank of river Tartar. Dadivank was founded by St. Dadi who was the disciple of Thaddeus the Apostle who spread Christianity in Eastern Armenia during the 1st century A.D. In June, 2007, the grave of St. Dadi was discovered under the holy altar of the main church. Visit the Stone Garden - Noraduz, the largest field of Armenian exquisite cross-stones in the world. Continue to the Lake Sevan, the largest lake in Armenia and one of the largest high-altitude lakes in the world, situated at 1900m above sea level. A famous writer has poetically characterized Sevan, "A genuine piece of sky, dropped down on earth among mountains". Visiting the Monastery of Sevanavank (9th century) which is located on Sevan peninsula.
Overnight in Sevan.

Overnight Hotel: Harsnaqar hotel (or Similar)
Meals:Breakfast & Lunch
Day 10
Sevan - Dilijan - Haghartsin - Tsakhkadzor - Yerevan. (Breakfast & Lunch)

Dilijan is a resort town in the north of Armenia. Words alone can't describe the natural beauty of Dilijan. Many poets used to say, "If there are woods, mountains, streams and mineral waters in paradise, it must be like Dilijan." As a climatic balneal health centre of medium- mountain zone, Dilijan is characterized by mild, moderate warm summer, sunny warm winter and dry warm weather during the whole year. Due to its forested mountains and mild climate, Dilijan is named "Armenia's little Switzerland."
You'll see the most beautiful part of the town, Old Dilijan. Visit Haghartsin monastery, a fairytale nestled in the middle of the forest. The next route will lead to Goshavank, which was founded by famous Armenian cleric and law – codifier, Mkhitar Gosh, in 12-13th centuries. On the way back to Yerevan, visit Tsakhkadzor Ski resort.
Overnight in Yerevan.

Overnight Hotel: Paris hotel (or Similar)
Meals:Breakfast & Lunch
Day 11
Free day in Yerevan.(Breakfast)

Free day in Yerevan.
Overnight in Yerevan.

Overnight Hotel: Paris hotel (or Similar)
Day 12
Deparutre from Yerevan, Armenia
After breakfast, transfer to After breakfast, transfer to Zvartnots International Airport (code EVN) for final departure.

Departure City


Airport/Meeting Location:

Zvartnots International Airport

End City


Airport/Meeting Location:

Zvartnots International Airport

Included:10 night hotels with breakfast ( some day with Lunch and Dinner, see itinerary);
Sightseeing in air-conditioned motor coach;
English speaking professional tour guide in each country;
Entrance fees to all visited places;
Cooking master class;
Armenian bread Lavash making in a local house in Garni;
Visa to Nagonro Karabakh Republic;

Excluded:International Air;
Domestic flights;
Tips for the guides and drivers;
Armenia Visa;
Travel Insurance(Click to purchase)


Is Armenia Safe For Foreigners? Are Attacks or Muggings Common?
Armenia is one of the safest countries in the world. Armenians have a very strong sense of honor and community. To do anything dishonorable would bring shame not only upon the individual, but also upon his or her family and friends, and these ties are often the foundation of a generally safe environment throughout the country.
Is Tap Water Safe to Drink in Armenia?
Armenia is blessed with abundant water, sourced from the impressive mountains throughout the land. As a result, there are fountains all over the country, called “pulpulaks.” Generally, you should feel free to drink from any “pulpulak” or tap: there is a water sanitation system in place that works well. Keep in mind that you’re in a different country: every place has different bacteria in food and water. If you have an upset stomach it does not necessarily mean that there is something wrong with what you’re eating or drinking, but rather your body could be adjusting to the local bacteria. If you don’t feel well, stop by a pharmacy and ask for something to settle your stomach. Don’t let it deter you from enjoying the food and drink of the country during the rest of your trip.
Do I Need Any Special Vaccinations to Travel?
There are no special vaccinations that are necessary to travel to Armenia. You should nevertheless go to your doctor before visiting Armenia to make sure you’re in good health and, if you have any issues, to make sure you come prepared.
Do People Generally Speak English?
You can expect people in Yerevan to speak some English, especially the youth. Young and old outside of Yerevan speak very little English, but in almost all places there are at least a few people who do. As with most things in Armenia, it’s best to ask around. If you want to say “English” in Armenian, say “angleren,” and locals might find someone they know who speaks English to translate.
Who Do I Tip in Armenia and How Much?
Tips used to be uncommon in Armenia, but are gaining acceptance. Still, not everyone expects tips and many people might think you overpaid or forgot your money if you try to leave a tip. Generally, you would tip your waiter at a restaurant or cafe if they provide good service. You can also tip doormen and bellhops at hotels. If your taxi drivers are good or drive a long distance, they can also be tipped, as well as bus drivers on tours you might take.

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