Whilst staying in Armenia, you simply cannot miss the opportunity of visiting one of the country’s most renowned landmarks – the beautiful lake Sevan. Merely an hour’s drive from the capital city of Yerevan, Sevan is situated at the height of 1900m above sea level and surrounded by a vast chain of mountains. Noratus is a village which is home to the largest collection of the Armenian Khachkars. According to the legend, Hayk – the ancestor of all Armenians – ordered his people to decorate every single stone in Armenia, which is why you will see some 3000 of these decorated stones, depicting various stories from different ages. Jermuk is positioned within forests and mountains of Aragatsotn place, on a little plateau, 2080 m above sea level; the plateau is partitioned into two parts by the Arpa river gorge. Jermuk is widely recognized with its curable water. Jermuk waters were reliable means of treatment of numerous illnesses for hundreds of years.
While staying in Armenia, you simply cannot miss the opportunity of visiting one of the country’s most renowned landmarks – the beautiful lake Sevan.The tour begins by climbing a flight of stairs to the Sevan peninsula – a pleasant morning work-out that will compensate itself with an unforgettable panoramic view of the lake from the top.. The trip will continue along the shore to reach Noratous, a village which is home to the largest collection of the Armenian Khachkars – stone stales engraved with a cross, designed to show the way to salvation. The next stop is Selim, or Vardenyats Pass. It is one of the highest mountain passes in Armenia at an elevation of 2.410 m above the sea level, located in the Vayots Dzor Province of Armenia. After the trip will take you to Jermuk which is widely recognized with its curable water. What concerns the “finishing touch” to this tour, you will be given a chance to taste and even purchase Armenia’s renowned Areni wine cuisine!