Armenia Tour – Winter
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Fairly Easy
Group Size Large Group
Armenia Tour 4 Nights
Armenia Tour: Few nations have histories as ancient, complex and laced with tragedy as Armenia. And even fewer have a culture that is as rich and resilient. This is a destination where you will be intrigued by history, awed by monuments, amazed by the landscape and charmed by down-to-earth locals. It’s not an easy place to explore – roads are rough, transport is often hard to navigate and those who don’t speak Armenian or Russian may find communication difficult – but travelling here is as rewarding as it is revelatory.
It is time to explore this wonderful country Armenia with all inclusive Armenia tour.
- 4N Accommodation 4* in Yerevan
- Breakfast at the hotel
- Return Airport Transfers on Sharing basis.
- Return International Flights on Air Arabia
- Yerevan City Tour
- Visit to Lake Sevan, Dilijan & Tsaghkadzor
- All applicable taxes & Fees
- Any personal expenses or meals not included in the inclusions
- Visa Fees
- Anything not included in inclusions
Arrival to Yerevan
Arrive at the airport.
Meet our local representative and transfer on sharing basis to hotel for Check In.
Have an overnight comfortable stay at the hotel
Yerevan City tour
After a Delecious breakfast time to explore the gorgeous city of Yerevan
The tour begins with a visit to Mother Armenia, a statue which was constructed to replace a monumental statue of Joseph Stalin. We will visit Matenadaran which hold one of t he world`s richest depositories of medieval manuscripts and books.
Thereafter, you will head to the Cascade, a giant stairway in the capital city which links downtown Kentron area of Yerevan with the Monument neighbourhood. The stairs afford walkers unobstructed views of central Yerevan and Mount Ararat. From the Cascade, you will be heading to the Opera House. A visit to the Republic Square awaits you next. The Square is famous for the dancing water fountains located at the north-eastern end along the National Gallery. The buildings around the Square are made of rose and white Armenian tufa stones and provide a great insight into the architectural heritage of Armenia.
If you are looking for some shopping during your holiday to Armenia, Vernissage (open only on week-ends) is the place to be. Hundreds of vendors selling a variety of crafts and souvenirs will leave you spoilt for choice. Woodcarving items, antiques, and wool carpets can also be bought from here. Here you will find everything from vintage meat grinder parts to puppy dogs for sale. It is bargain hunters heaven. The Vernissage is the right place to get little taste of Armenia and a special spot to witness the fusion between national traditions and modern taste.
All in all, an enjoyable and exhilarating experience awaits you in Armenia – a highly exuberant and endearing country.
Return to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Visit to Lake Sevan & Dilijan
Start your day with a good breakfast
Ancient relict Lake Sevan – “The Jewel of Armenia” or the “Geghama Sea” is one of the largest high-mountainous fresh water lakes in the world and the main attraction not only Gekarkunik, but whole Armenia. This nature’s wonder is located in the very middle of Armenian highland in a huge mountain bowl framed with picturesque peaks at the height of 1,900 m. The lake’s surface area is 940 sq km, the maximum depth – 95 m; maximum length – about 70 km, width – 30-50 km. Sevan is fed by 28 rivers but only one flows out – the Razdan. The biggest river flowing in the lake is the Mayerik.
On the northwest part of the lake, on the narrow rocky peninsula there stands the one of the most prominent landmarks of medieval Armenian architecture – Sevanavank monastery. In antiquity the peninsula was stand-alone island. It was separated from the shore by 3 km of transparent water full of fish which was caught by the monastery. The monks came there in the end of the 8th century, erected a small chapel and few cells. The island position was so convenient that the growing monastic brotherhood started to build a monastery there. First they cut down a ledge in the rock and laid big stone blocks on it.
The next milestone is Dilijan, the most famous tourist spot where you will see the monastery complexes of Goshavank and Haghartsin.
Goshavank will tell you how a medieval major university with its own library in Armenia was alike. The monastic complex of Goshavank is the best place to explore “khachkars” – Armenian cross-stones.
Haghartsin is a monastery, construction of which took three centuries (10-13 c.c.). The place was famous for eagle games as reflected in its name – “Hagh” means a game while “Artsin” a form of “Artsiv” means eagle in Armenian.
Enjoy a continental breakfast at the hotel.
Translated from Armenian the word “Tsakhkadzor” means the Gorge of Flowers. Indeed, the gorge, the mountains, snow tops, rapid rivers, picturesque valleys are covered with a flower carpet.
Today’s Tsakhkadzor is a cozy city and modern mountain-ski resort. It is located in the picturesque Tsakhkunyats canyon amidst virgin woods and Alpine meadows, on Mount Tegenis gentle slope (at the height of 1,845 m above the sea level). It received the city status in 1984 and today Tsakhkadzor attracts thousands of holiday makers who come there to relax, improve their health and admire beauties of the nature. The climate of Tsakhkadzor is special.
Want to see the entire Armenia? Visit the ropeway of Tskhkadzor. From the height of 1,000 – 3,000 m you will see entire Armenia lying on the palm of your hand: the bright blue lake Sevan, the Big and Little Ararat.
Return to your hotel in Yerevan for an overnight stay.
Enjoy a continental breakfast at the hotel.
Check-out from the hotel.
Head back to Yerevan airport for your return flight.