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3 Nights / 4 Days Armenia Package

Highlights: 3 Nights Accommodation in a 4 Star Hotel, Yerevan evening walking tour, Cascade Complex, Garni Pagan Temple, Garni Pagan Temple, See the traditional Armenian bread lavash baking process, Goght River in Armenia, English Speaking Guide Service, All Entrance Tickets

HOTELS TO STAY

City: YEREVAN
Hotel: Not Central Location- 4* Nairi Hotel or similar
Hotel: Central Location - 4* Ani Plaza Hotel or similar
Nights: 3 Nights

INCLUDED SERVICES

• All transfers according to the program by car, minibus or bus with A/C
• Accommodation in a DBL/TWIN Room, 4 star hotel (3 nights in Yerevan)
• Meals: Breakfast
• English Speaking Guide Service
• 1 Country Map per Person
• 1 bottled water per person per day
• All entrance tickets

PRICE DO NOT INCLUDE

• Airfare
• Insurance
• Lunch & dinner
• All additional tours not mentioned in the program
• Tips

Day 1 - YEREVAN

Arrival to Zvartnots International Airport by Fly Dubai or Air Arabia.
Meet your t/a representative. Transfer to the hotel. Check in.

Yerevan evening walking tour.

Visit the Cascade Complex, with its Sculpture Park and Cafesjian Center for the Arts. See Fernando Botero's sculpture of "The Black Cat" and other renowned artist's works decorating the Park. The Cascade is an Art Deco version of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, a massive white stairway up a hillside of central Yerevan, decorated with green stretches, fountains and waterfalls, that run uphill and crowned with the obelisk of the Revived Armenia.

Visit the magnificent building of the Opera House, the postmodern Northern Avenue and the city's main Republic Square, the centerpiece of the architect Alexander Tamanian's master plan for Yerevan. The Republic Square is ringed by the National Gallery, National History Museum and several government buildings. Be sure to return to Republic Square after dark to see the "Dancing Fountains", a choreographed water show synched with lights and music.

Overnight in Yerevan.

Day 2 - YEREVAN - GEGHARD - GARNI - SYMPHONY OF THE STONES- YEREVAN

Breakfast.

Drive to one of the most beautiful monasteries in Armenia, the 13th century cave monastery of Geghard (UNESCO World Heritage Site). The Geghard complex is set in the landscape of great natural beauty, surrounded by towering cliffs at the entrance to the Azat Valley. Geghard literally means "Monastery of the Spear". The name of the monastery originates from the spear which had wounded Jesus at the Crucifixion, allegedly brought to Armenia by Apostle Jude, called here Thaddeus, and stored amongst many other relics. Now it is displayed in the Echmiadzin Treasury.

Continue to the oldest surviving building on the territory of Armenia, the 1st century Garni Pagan Temple. The Garni Temple was built by the Armenian King Tiridates and was dedicated to Sun God Mithra. After adopting Christianity in 301 AD, the pagan temple lost its significance and the fortress of Garni became the summer residence of the Armenian kings.

At the local village house see the traditional Armenian bread lavash baking process. Throughout the ages, lavash has not only occupied the highest place in Armenian cuisine, but also acquired the sacramental meaning, symbolizing the soul of Armenian people. In 2014, "Lavash, the preparation, meaning and appearance of traditional bread as an expression of culture in Armenia" was included in the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Take a local 4x4 cars for driving down to Garni Gorge. The Goght River in Armenia carves through this beautiful, eye-catching gorge, referred to as Garni Gorge and located next to a village with the same name. The cliffs themselves are extremely beautiful, consisting mainly of well preserved basalt columns. The orderly octagonal columns look almost like an organ, that is why they are called "Symphony of Stones".
Return to Yerevan. Visit Dalma Garden Mall for shopping.

Overnight in Yerevan.

Day 3 - YEREVAN - TSAKHKADZOR - SEVAN - DILIJAN - YEREVAN

Breakfast.

Drive to Tsakhkadzor resort ("Gorge of Flowers" in Armenian), which is situated along the southeast side of Mt. Teghenis (2,819m), and approximately 60 km from Armenia's capital Yerevan. Take a ride on the Leitner ropeway to the top.

Continue to Lake Sevan. Lake Sevan is one of the highlights of a visit to Armenia. The lakeshore is lined with sandy beaches, some teeming with activity and resorts, offering water sports such as sailing, jet skiing and windsurfing, and some quiet and secluded. Lake Sevan's proximity to Yerevan, coupled with its cooler summer temperatures, outstretched blue waters and historic sights make it one of Armenia's key places to visit. Take a 30 min.
Sevan water cruise (supplement $10 p.p)

Continue to Dilijan, a resort town renowned for its charming nature and some traditional Armenian architecture. Visit the Dilijan's Historic Center, the cobbled Sharambeyan Street with its collection of stone and wooden traditional buildings, shops, restaurants, souvenir stalls and workshops.
Return to Yerevan.

Overnight in Yerevan.

Day 4 - YEREVAN - KHOR VIRAP – NORAVANK

Breakfast.

Check out from hotel.

Transfer to Zvartnots International Airport.

Departure from Yerevan by Fly Dubai or Air Arabia.

END OF TOUR.

Best Price Guaranteed

4 Days – Armenia Package

4 Star - NOT Central Location

2 pax from USD 374 approx. AED 1375
4 pax from USD 369 approx. AED 1355
6 pax from USD 363 approx. AED 1335
8 pax from USD 340 approx. AED 1250
10 pax from USD 322 approx. AED 1185

4 Star - Central Location

2 pax from USD 435 approx. AED 1599
4 pax from USD 426 approx. AED 1565
6 pax from USD 415 approx. AED 1525
8 pax from USD 389 approx. AED 1430
10 pax from USD 374 approx. AED 1375

REMARKS:

* Above rates is starting from on per person (pax) basis.
* Rates are subject to change.
* Subject to availability upon final confirmation.
* Terms and conditions apply.
* If you are interested to book, please send us an inquiry.

7 Nights / 8 Days Armenia Package

Highlights: 7 Nights Accommodation in a 4 Star Hotel, Opera House, The Republic Square, Monastery of Geghard, Garni Pagan Temple, Garni Gorge, Dalma Garden Mall, Khor Virap Monastery, Lake Sevan, Debed Canyon, Bridge of Sanahin, Haghpat Monastery, Pamb Pass, Victory Park and Mother Armenia monument, Yerevan ZOO, Yerevan Mall, English Speaking Guide Service, All Entrance Tickets

HOTELS TO STAY

  1. YEREVAN - 4 Nights
    Hotel: Not Central Location - 4* Nairi Hotel or similar
    or
    Hotel:
    Central Location - 4* Ani Plaza Hotel or similar

  2. JERMUK - 1 Night
    Hotel: Not Central Location - 4* Jermuk Nairi or similar
    or
    Hotel:
    Central Location - 4* Olympia Hotel or similar

  3. DILIJAN - 1 Night
    Hotel: Not Central Location - 4* BW Paradise Dilijan or similar
    or
    Hotel:
    Central Location - 4* BW Paradise Dilijan or similar

  4. ALAVERDI - 1 Night
    Hotel: Not Central Location - 4* Tukenkian Dzoraget or similar
    or
    Hotel:
    Central Location - 4* BW Tufenkian Dzoraget or similar

INCLUDED SERVICES

• All transfers according to the program by car, minibus or bus with A/C
• Accommodation in a DBL/TWIN Room, 4 star hotel
• Meals: 7 Breakfast + 2 Dinner
• English Speaking Guide Service
• 1 Country Map per Person
• 1 bottled water per person per day
• All entrance tickets

PRICE DO NOT INCLUDE

• Airfare
• Insurance
• Lunch & dinner
• All additional tours not mentioned in the program
• Tips

Day 1 - YEREVAN

Arrival to Zvartnots International Airport by Fly Dubai or Air Arabia.
Meet your t/a representative. Transfer to the hotel. Check in.

Yerevan evening walking tour.

Visit the magnificent building of the Opera House, the postmodern Northern Avenue and the city's main Republic Square, the centerpiece of the architect Alexander Tamanian's master plan for Yerevan. The Republic Square is ringed by the National Gallery, National History Museum and several government buildings. Be sure to return to Republic Square after dark to see the "Dancing Fountains", a choreographed water show synched with lights and music.

Overnight in Yerevan.

Day 2 - YEREVAN - GEGHARD - GARNI - SYMPHONY OF THE STONES- YEREVAN

Breakfast.

Drive to one of the most beautiful monasteries in Armenia, the 13th century cave monastery of Geghard (UNESCO World Heritage Site). The Geghard complex is set in the landscape of great natural beauty, surrounded by towering cliffs at the entrance to the Azat Valley. Geghard literally means "Monastery of the Spear". The name of the monastery originates from the spear which had wounded Jesus at the Crucifixion, allegedly brought to Armenia by Apostle Jude, called here Thaddeus, and stored amongst many other relics. Now it is displayed in the Echmiadzin Treasury.

Continue to the oldest surviving building on the territory of Armenia, the 1st century Garni Pagan Temple. The Garni Temple was built by the Armenian King Tiridates and was dedicated to Sun God Mithra. After adopting Christianity in 301 AD, the pagan temple lost its significance and the fortress of Garni became the summer residence of the Armenian kings.

At the local village house see the traditional Armenian bread lavash baking process. Throughout the ages, lavash has not only occupied the highest place in Armenian cuisine, but also acquired the sacramental meaning, symbolizing the soul of Armenian people. In 2014, "Lavash, the preparation, meaning and appearance of traditional bread as an expression of culture in Armenia" was included in the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Take a local 4x4 cars for driving down to Garni Gorge. The Goght River in Armenia carves through this beautiful, eye-catching gorge, referred to as Garni Gorge and located next to a village with the same name. The cliffs themselves are extremely beautiful, consisting mainly of well preserved basalt columns. The orderly octagonal columns look almost like an organ, that is why they are called "Symphony of Stones".

Return to Yerevan. Visit Dalma Garden Mall for shopping.

Overnight in Yerevan.

Day 3 - YEREVAN - KHOR VIRAP - ARENI - JERMUK

Breakfast.

Check out from hotel.

Drive to the Khor Virap Monastery, where the Mt. Ararat reveals its breathtaking size and splendor. The monastery is located a few hundred meters from the border with Turkey, on the banks of the river Araks, right at the foot of the Mt. Ararat. Khor Virap is one of the most popular destinations in Armenia.

Drive to the Jermuk Spa resort via Areni region. Areni is marked by spectacular red rocks, cliffs and caves. Jermuk is famous for its hot springs and mineral water. It is attractive for its fresh air, waterfalls, artificial lakes, walking trails, the surrounding forests and mineral water pools.

Check into hotel. Dinner.

Overnight in Jermuk.

Day 4 - JERMUK - SELIM PASS - SEVAN - DILIJAN

Breakfast.

Check out from hotel.

Drive to Lake Sevan via Selim Pass. Stop at Selim Caravanserai, located at 2,410m above sea level. Tucked up on the Selim Pass, this caravanserai is the best preserved caravanserai in Armenia. The Selim Caravanserai was built in 1332 under the reign of Khan Abu Said II by the prince Chesar Orbelian, and contains inscriptions in both Persian Arabic script and Armenian. It's not only a unique site, but the location on the pass renders it a spectacular stopping point.
Continue to Lake Sevan. Lake Sevan is one of the highlights of a visit to Armenia. The lakeshore is lined with sandy beaches, some teeming with activity and resorts, offering water sports such as sailing, jet skiing and windsurfing, and some quiet and secluded. Lake Sevan's proximity to Yerevan, coupled with its cooler summer temperatures, outstretched blue waters and historic sights make it one of Armenia's key places to visit.

Take a 30 min. Sevan water cruise (supplement $10 p.p)

Continue to Dilijan, a resort town renowned for its charming nature and some traditional Armenian architecture. Visit the Dilijan's Historic Center, the cobbled Sharambeyan Street with its collection of stone and wooden traditional buildings, shops, restaurants, souvenir stalls and workshops.

Check into hotel. Dinner.

Overnight in Dilijan.

Day 5 - DILIJAN - SANAHIN BRIDGE - HAGHPAT - ALAVERDI

Breakfast.

Check out from hotel.

Drive to Alaverdi, the largest city in the Debed Canyon, an area rich with historical monuments and natural beauty. Stop by the 9th century Bridge of Sanahin (UNESCO World Heritage Site). Next to the Haghpat and Sanahin monasteries, a part of the heritage is the Bridge of Sanahin, built over the heavy waves of the river Debed. Owing to its firmness and the harmonic construction of all the parts, the Bridge of Sanahin has its unique place among the numerous bridges of medieval Armenia and an outstanding one in the whole Transcaucasia. There are high-reliefs of lions, which seem to have preserved the bridge and guarded the road from the bridge to the monastery for ages.

Visit the 10th century Haghpat Monastery. This pearl of a monastery, perched on the lip of the Debed Canyon, has a UNESCO World Heritage Site status. There is also a number of splendid khachkars (cross-stones) of the 11th-13th centuries standing on the territory of the monastery, the best known among them is the "Amenaprkich" (All- Savior) khachkar, which has been standing there since 1273.

Check into a hotel, located on the bank of the Debed River.

Overnight in Alaverdi.

Day 6 - ALAVERDI - AMBERD - YEREVAN

Breakfast.

Check out from hotel.

Drive to Yerevan across the Pamb Pass. The lovely views continue along the route through the upland grasslands, home of Yezidi shepherds and mountain vistas. En route to Yerevan visit the Amberd Castle. The southern slope of Mt. Aragats hosts the 7th century medieval Amberd Castle, the patrimony of Pakhlavuni princes and one of the few surviving castles in the country. Quite unusual for a military fortress of the Middle Ages, Amberd until today remained as it was built in the 7th century, with complete bathroom sanitation. The complex of Amberd Fortress Castle stands at 2,300 m above sea level, and includes the defensive walls, the castle, bath and the church.

Take a tour of an open air "Vernissage" market in Yerevan, where you can buy some gifts, souvenirs, jewelry and other handicrafts made of wood, semi-precious stones, silver and other materials. It is open year round, though only on the weekends, except for a rump vernissage held daily at the end of the usual "Vernissage" venue where it meets Khanjian Street.

Check into a hotel.

Overnight in Yerevan.

Day 7 - YEREVAN

Breakfast.

Start exploring Yerevan, the Armenia's capital city and one of the oldest cities in the world. Stop at the Victory Park and Mother Armenia monument to get a spectacular view of the Biblical Mt. Ararat with a panorama of central Yerevan. Continue to Yerevan ZOO.

Take a walking tour of Cascade Complex, with its Sculpture Park and Cafesjian Center for the Arts. See Fernando Botero's sculpture of "The Black Cat" and other renowned artist's works decorating the Park. The Cascade is an Art Deco version of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, a massive white stairway up a hillside of central Yerevan, decorated with green stretches, fountains and waterfalls, that run uphill and crowned with the obelisk of the Revived Armenia.

Stop at the popular fruit market "Shouka" to buy traditional sweets and dry fruits. You will be greeted by vendors of all types asking you to sample their goods - from delicious homemade dried fruits stuffed with nuts, paper thin fruit lavash and grape sujukh (local walnuts threaded on string and dipped in grape molasses) - right through to fresh lavash bread, an organic fruit and vegetables.

Visit Yerevan Mall for shopping.

Overnight in Yerevan.

Day 8 - YEREVAN

Breakfast.

Check out from hotel.

Transfer to Zvartnots International Airport.

Departure from Yerevan by Fly Dubai or Air Arabia.

END OF TOUR.

Best Price Guaranteed

4 Days – Armenia Package

4 Star - NOT Central Location

2 pax from USD 792 approx. AED 2909
4 pax from USD 761 approx. AED 2795
6 pax from USD 735 approx. AED 2699
8 pax from USD 674 approx. AED 2475
10 pax from USD 637 approx. AED 2339

4 Star - Central Location

2 pax from USD 874 approx. AED 3209
4 pax from USD 849 approx. AED 3115
6 pax from USD 813 approx. AED 2985
8 pax from USD 755 approx. AED 2775
10 pax from USD 719 approx. AED 2645

Remarks:

* Above rates is starting from on per person (pax) basis.
* Rates are subject to change.
* Subject to availability upon final confirmation.
* Terms and conditions apply.

If you are interested to book, please send us an inquiry.