Armenia, Cultural Tour 5D4N, NOV Y23 to FEB Y24

Tour information

  • Armenia
  • 5 Days 4 Nights
  • 0 Review
  • Unlimited
  • Unlimited
  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel accommodation
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Meals as per Itinerary
  • Speaking tour guide
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Armenia, Cultural Tour 5D4N, NOV Y23 to FEB Y24

Armenia is a land of mysticism that will at once capture your imagination evoking past centuries, while awakening your senses to the present.
Armenia is a country with ancient history and rich culture. It is one of the oldest countries in the world.
Yerevan is a delightful capital. Its wide, leafy boulevards are lined with cafés and wine bars where Armenians like to sit chatting late into the night.
Look up to the horizon and there, towering over everything, is the magnificent, awe-inspiring snow-capped peak of Mount Ararat, 5,165m high.

Package is quoted in USD per person in a Twin / Double room and includes:

  • 4-Night accommodation at the hotel of your choice in Yerevan
  • Bed & Breakfast basis
  • Transfer: Airport – hotel – Airport,
  • All tours and excursions in new, comfortable vehicles
  • English Speaking Guide service
  • Entrance fees excluded
  • Travel insurance covering Covid
  • Validity: November Y2023 till February Y2024 inclusive
  • Package excludes airline ticket

Trip Highlight:

  • Yerevan City Tour
  • Tsakhkadzor, Sevan Lake
  • Echmiadzin, Garni, Geghard

Package is quoted in USD per person in a Twin / Double room and includes:

  • 4-Night accommodation in Yerevan at the hotel of your choice
  • Bed & Breakfast basis
  • Transfer: Airport – hotel – Airport,
  • All tours and excursions in new, comfortable vehicles
  • Entrance fees including Garni Temple, cable car
  • English Speaking Guide service
  • Package excludes airline ticket


Star Hotel Name Double Website
3 Ani Central  $  445
4 Ani Grand  $  530
4 Central  $  520
4 Ramada  $  565


5 Double tree by Hilton  $ 590


Important Notices:


Day 1: Arrival to Yerevan, meet & assist at airport. Transfer to the hotel for overnight.


  • Breakfast then Walking Tour of the Pink-Capital. Most of its buildings are garnished with a pink shade of “tuf” stone which is quarried in Armenia.
  • Head towards the GUM Market (dried fruits, nuts, sweets); Yerevan City Hall; Mashtots Avenue, starts with the Victory Bridge and ends at the Matenadaran museum; Marshal Baghramyan avenueone of the main arteries of the city and named after World War II Soviet army marshal Hovhannes Baghramyan; Presidential Residence; National Assembly; Mother Armenia statue symbolizes peace through strength when prominent female figures such as Sose Mayrig and others took up arms to help men against Turkish troops.
  • Free Time for Lunch.
  • Visit the Cascade and Stroll along the North Avenue to Abovyan Street, then head to the Republic Square. Back to hotel.
  • Other: Gaze through the centuries at the ruins of Erebuni Fortress erected in 782 BC, Erebuni Museum – built 29 years before the Eternal City of Rome.
  • Visit the impressive monument, the Tsitsernakaberd Memorial of the Genocide Victims of 1915.
  • Visit Matenadaran – one of the biggest depositors of ancient manuscripts.


  • Breakfast at hotel. Trip to Tsakhkadzor “Valley of Flowers”, located in one of the most beautiful areas of the country and surrounded by forests on the eastern slope of Mt. Tsaghkuniats. It is considered to be one of the most popular winter resorts of Armenia, situated on Teghenis Mountain. It is surrounded with virginal woods and alpine meadows.
  • The ski resort Tsakhkadzor is located in the Kotayk Province. For skiing and snowboarding, there are 27 km of slopes, 6 lifts. The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 1,966 and 2,819 m.
  • Free Time for Lunch.
  • To see: Kecharis Monastery, 11th century Kecharis monastery. The monastery includes four 4 churches and ruins of the mausoleum of Grigorius Pahlavuni. Sevanavank monastery beholds a stunning depiction of Jesus Christ made by the rarest cross-stones. Return to Yerevan.
  • En route, visit Lake Sevan, “the pearl of Armenia”, situated at an altitude of almost 2000m above sea level. It is one of Europe’s highest altitude fresh-water lakes, ringed by dramatic mountains.


Breakfast then proceed to Garni.

  • En route to Echmiadzin, visit Noah’s Harbour.
  • Discover the Temple of the Sun of Garni, one of the most ancient structures on Armenian territory (1st century AD), built in the year of 76 BCE by King Trdat I, and served as a summer residence of Armenian kings. Garni temple is the only monument preserved in the pagan and Hellenistic period in Armenia, dedicated to the sun god Mihr. Enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage.
  • The remains of the old fortress and the royal palace, as well as the baths built in the 3rd century, have been preserved at the temple. Here is a wonderful view of the river of Azat River, Garni gorge.
  • Continue to Geghard Monastery (7th – 12th Century monument) is one of the greatest medieval architectural structures in Armenia. Geghard is completely hollowed out in a cave, it is also called a “cave monastery”. The name of the monastery complex Geghard (spear) comes from the Langin’n spear, which pierced the body of Jesus Christ on the cross. The monastery complex Geghard is included in UNESCO World Heritage List.

Day 5: Breakfast then transfer to Zvartnots International Airport to journey back home.

For Armenia Facts, click on the link:


DID YOU KNOW? Some of the 25 amazing things you probably didn’t know about Armenia


  1. It’s home to the world’s oldest winery
  2. It was the first nation to adopt Christianity
  3. It is called the “land of churches”
  4. Chess is part of the curriculum
  5. It lost 1.5 million people in the Armenian Genocide
  6. More Armenians live abroad than in Armenia
  7. It has celebrity connections (Aznavour, Cher, Agassi, Kardashian..)
  8. Armenians think they know where Noah’s Ark is
  9. It has one of the world’s oldest capitals
  10. It is known as the “Pink City”
  11. Churchill had a taste for Armenian cognac
  12. In fact Armenian cognac oiled the wheels of Yalta
  13. It has a record-breaking cable car (Tatev Aerial Tramway, which clocks in at 5,752 m long)
  14. You can go skiing there (27km of slopes)
  15. It’s big on birds (home to 345 of Europe’s estimated 530 bird species. Highlights include falcons, swans and eagles)
  16. Its bread Lavash is Unesco-listed
  17. It boasts the largest lake in the Caucasus (Lake Sevan covers 1/6 of Armenia territory)
  18. It has three (3) Unesco World Heritage Sites (monasteries of Haghpat and Sanahin; the cathedral and churches of Echmiatsin and the archaeological site of Zvartnots; and the monastery of Geghard and the Upper Azat Valley)




  • Republic Square, Yerevan, Armenia

  • Erebuni, Yerevan, Armenia

  • Matenadaran, Mashtots Avenue, Yerevan, Armenia

  • Garni, Armenia

  • Geghard Monastery, Armenia

  • Tsakhkadzor, Armenia