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Culture Tour Armenia + South Extension


First 7 days of this trip in Armenia covers country's centrals and northern parts, whilst last 3 days South of country. Being located in the crossroads of Europe and Asia Armenia bears rich culture of West and East and sustains its own unique philosophy. These 10 days will be enthralling exploration trough ages of Armenian history starting from pagan times to the today's life of country. You will visit one of the largest manuscripts depository in the world, find the way out from the cave monastery of Geghard, admire Sevan mountain lake at the height of 2000 m above the sea, fly on the longest cable car of the world and be part of a folk show representing national song and dance. Ancient universities and monasteries built in unreachable terrain along with beautiful landscapes of surrounding mountains, green forests and clattering mountain rivers are in perfect harmony with people living here. This trip is excellent combination of deep-rooted culture, thrilling landscapes and truly charming and warm people.


ITINERARY  in detail...



Day 1 Arrival in Yerevan, transfer to hotel  Yerevan City Tour Matenadaran – Depository of Manuscripts
Day 2 Geghard Cave Monastery  Garni Pagan Temple Yerevan
Day 3 Yerevan Lake Sevan Dilijan Resort Town
Day 4 Dilijan Sanahin – Medieval University Haghpat Monastery – UNESCO World Heritage Site
Day 5 Saghmosavank– Viewpoint over the Kasakh River Canyon P. Proshyan Museum - Ethnic Performance Amberd - Fortress in the mountains Yerevan
Day 6 Genocide Memorial Echmiatsin – Spiritual Center of Armenia Ruins of Zvartnots Temple Yerevan
Day 7 Free Day Farewell Dinner


South Extension 

Day 8 Yerevan Khor Virap Noravank Qarahunj Goris
Day 9 Goris Tatev Monastery Jermuk
Day 10 Jermuk Selim Caravanserai Tsakhkadzor

Day 11 Transfer to the airport, departure. 


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