On this 14-hour tour you will visit Areni, one of the oldest settlements in Armenia and today is famous for its wines. Next visit Tatev monastery that was once a spiritual center and also had outstanding scientific and political significance. The monastery is surrounded with beautiful nature. It is there, where one can take the world’s longest rope-way without stops. The final stop is Khndzoresk, a village where one can cross a swinging bridge and get to the caves where people used to live in till the beginning of the 20th century.
• 14 hours
Join the group to explore most amazing attractions of Armenia! First up visit Garni, the only pagan temple which exists in Armenia before moving onto Geghard monastery, a complex which is carved in a cave. Finally see the "Lavash" (Armenian bread) baking is one of the most beautiful and common Armenian national traditions.
• 5 hours
On this 9-hour tour visit Lake Sevan, pearl of this mountainous country and one of the largest freshwater high-altitude lakes in Eurasia. You will also visit Sevanavank, a monastery complex on Sevan peninsula. Currently a religious seminary functions here, which is not readily open to the public, the peninsula can be named the very point from where the whole beauty of the Lake Sevan is seen. You will then see Dilijan, otherwise referred to as 'Armenian Switzerland' for its fantastic natural forests. The town is a part of Dilijan National Park. The next stop is Haghartsin, a 10th century monastery which has been recently renovated by donation of Sheikh Dr. Sultan Bin Mohammad Al Qassimi, the Ruler of Sharjah, who was impressed by the monastery when visited it. Goshavank is the final stop surrounded by green territories.
• 9 hours
This 12 hour tour starts by visiting Khor Virap monastery, the closest point to the Biblical mount Ararat on the territory of Armenia. It is a great place for embracing the most picturesque views of the mountain. Then visit the monastery complex Noravank, which is unique in its construction as the Church of Holy Mother of God is the only two-storied monastery in Armenia. Jermuk is another stop and is a resort city surrounded by wonderful nature. It is well-known due to its Gallery of Mineral Water where one can taste spring water with different temperatures. Finally, see Areni, one of the oldest settlements in Armenia and today is famous for its wines. It was here grapes were found that were 6000 years old.
• 12 hours
Explore Armenia’s religious heritage in and around Yerevan during this 5-hour visit to the region’s historic churches. Discover houses of worship like the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Echmiadzin Mother Cathedral, the churches of St. Gayane and St. Hripsime churches, and Zvartnots, the medieval temple of St. Gregory built in the 7th century. All entrance fees, plus snacks and beverages, are also included.
• 5 hours
Join this small group tour to explore most amazing attractions of Armenia! Visit Khor Virap monastery, a great place for embracing the most picturesque views of the mountain. Next see the monastery complex, Noravank, that is unique in its construction as the Church of Holy Mother of God is the only two-storied monastery in Armenia. After that visit an ancient cave called "Birds-Cave" or Areni 1. Finally see Areni, one of the oldest settlements in Armenia and today is famous for its wines.
• 8 hours
On this tour you will visit Lake Sevan, a pearl of this mountainous country and one of the largest freshwater high-altitude lakes in Eurasia. Next, see Hayravank that is located on the shore of the Lake Sevan. It is famous not only for the picturesque nature that surrounds the monastery but also for the beautiful legend connected to the origin of its name. Sevanavank is the final stop and is a monastery complex on Sevan peninsula. Currently a religious seminary functions here which is not readily open to the public. The peninsula can be named the very point from where the whole beauty of the Lake Sevan is seen.
• 7 hours
A day trip from Yerevan to lake Sevan Peninsula, Sevanavank, Tsakhkadzor and Kecharis Monastery.
• 7 hours
See Tsaghkadzor, known as Valley of Flowers, on this 8-hour tour. Ride on the cablecar to admire whole the beauty of the place. Go to the Kecharis monastery complex in Tsaghkadzor before going to Lake Sevan, pearl of this mountainous country. Stop at the Sevanavank Monastery complex on Sevan Peninsula. Enjoy boat trip and lake shore rest (during summer season).
• 8 hours
On this 7-hour tour you will visit Saghmosavank is a 13th-century Armenian monastic complex, unique due to its frescoes with biblical themes and the perfect harmony with environment: Mount Aragats and vertical cliffs of Kasakh gorge. Next up is the Alley of Letters that was built on the slopes of Mount Aragats in honor to the 1600th anniversary of the creation of Armenian alphabet. This monument is unique not only in Armenia, but all around the world. See Amberd, a fortress on the southern slope of Mount Aragats, founded in the 7th century. Enjoy a barbecue picnic (own cost). See Karmravor is a seven- century church the only one in Armenia with a red tile roof. Finally visit the village Oshakan which is one of the holy places in Armenia.
• 7 hours