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3 Weeks Group Tour Armenia With Georgia Start From Tbilisi and Yerevan

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Day 1: Yerevan Garni Gegard Basaltic Organ

Stop At: Yerevan Brandy Factory, Admirala Isakova ave 2, Yerevan 0004 Armenia
Republic Square, Yerevan

After visiting Mother Armenia Statue We proceed to Republic stop at :Garni Temple, Garni, Kotayk Province

visit Garni Temple and Lavash Baking master class and proceed to Square After Armenia's conversion to Christianity in the early fourth century, it was converted into a royal summer house of Khosrovidukht, the sister of Tiridates III stop at : basaltic organThe Basaltic Organ is an amazing structure. The cooling lava on the surface millennia ago formed...

Duration: 4 hours

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Day 2: Mount Aragats Fortres Amberd Owanavank Lake Sevan

Stop At: Gegard Monastery, Gorge of the River Gokht, Goght Armenia
Kari Lake in mountain Mount Aragats pronounced [ɑɾɑˈgɑts]; formerly is an isolated four-peaked volcano massif in Armenia. Its northern summit, at 4,090 m (13,420 ft) above sea level, is the highest point of the Lesser Caucasus and Armenia. stop at : Amberd is a 7th-century fortress located 2,300 meters (7,500 ft) above sea level, on the slopes of Mount Aragats at the confluence of the Arkashen and Amberd rivers in the province of Aragatsotn, Armenia. The name translates to "fortress in the clouds" in Armenian. stop at :The oldest part of the monastery is the single nave basilica of St. Karapet (i.e. Holy Forerunner, John the Baptist) that was founded at the beginning of the fourth century by St. Gregory the Enlightener, who baptized Armenia into the world’s first Christian nation. The wooden roof of the early church was replaced in 554 AD with a thatch cover, and the basilica itself underwent profound renovation between 1652 and 1734.
Duration: 3 hours

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Day 3: Dilijan Goshawank Hagarcin Lake parz Tbilisi

Stop At: Dilijan National Park, Dilijan Armenia
stop at :St. Astvatsatsin Church in Haghartsin (1281) is the largest building and the dominant artistic feature. The sixteen-faced dome is decorated with arches, the bases of whose columns are connected by triangular ledges and spheres, with a band around the drum’s bottom. stop at : Goshavank was erected in the place of an older monastery once known as Nor Getik, which had been destroyed by an earthquake in 1188. Mkhitar Gosh, a statesman, scientist and author of numerous fables and parables as well as the first criminal code, took part in the rebuilding of the monastery. stop at sevan lake stop at : stop at :St. Astvatsatsin Church in Haghartsin (1281) is the largest building and the dominant artistic feature. The sixteen-faced dome is decorated with arches, the bases of whose columns are connected by triangular ledges and spheres, with a band around the drum’s bottom. stop at : dilijan national park lake parz
Duration: 4 hours

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Day 4: Tbilisi Dawid Gareja Kacheti

Stop At: Tbilisi Mall, D. Aghmashenebeli Alley, 16th km, Tbilisi Georgia
The complex was founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the thirteen Assyrian monks who arrived in the country at the same time. His disciples Dodo and Luciane expanded the original lavra and founded two other monasteries known as Dodo's Rka (literally, "the horn of Dodo") and Natlismtsemeli ("the Baptist"). The monastery saw further development under the guidance of the 9th-century Georgian saint Ilarion. The convent was particularly patronized by the Georgian royal and noble families. The 12th-century Georgian king Demetre I, the author of the famous Georgian hymn Thou Art a Vineyard, even chose David Gareja as a place of his confinement after he abdicated the throne.
Duration: 3 hours

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Day 5: Kacheti

Stop At: Tunnel Winery Khareba's, Meurneoba District Kakheti, Kvareli 383320 Georgia
stop at : Wine tasting at Okro's winery, boutique wine producer that produces only 100% natural wines, with very limited production and export to Italy, France, Spain, UK, Japan, Australia and USA. You will have the chance to enjoy 3 types of natural wines and Chacha (Georgian grape vodka, like Italian grappa). • Lunch accompanying with home made wines in authentic family wine cellar in Velistsikhe
Duration: 3 hours

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Day 6: Shignagi

Stop At: Signagi Municipality Administration, დავით აღმაშენებლის მოედანი N2, სიღნაღი, Georgia
As of the 1770 census, Signagi was settled by 100 families, chiefly craftsmen and merchants. When Georgia was annexed by Imperial Russia in 1801, Signagi (Signakh) was officially granted town status and became a centre of Signakh uyezd (Russian: Сигнахский уезд) within Tiflis Governorate in 1802. In 1812, Signak joined the rebellion with the rest of Kakheti against the Russian rule. During the Caucasian War, the town "was considered an important point on account of its proximity to" Dagestan.[4]

Duration: 4 hours

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Day 7: Shignagi Bodbe Telavi Ananuri Gudauri Gergety

Stop At: Signagi Municipality Administration, დავით აღმაშენებლის მოედანი N2, სიღნაღი, Georgia
The Monastery of St. Nino at Bodbe is a Georgian Orthodox monastic complex and the seat of the Bishops of Bodbe located 2 km from the town of Sighnaghi, Kakheti, Georgia. Originally built in the 9th century, it has been significantly remodeled, especially in the 17th century. The monastery now functions as a nunnery and is one of the major pilgrimage sites in Georgia, due to its association with St. Nino, the 4th-century female evangelist of Georgians, whose relics are shrined there.
Duration: 3 hours

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Day 8: Ananuri Gori Uplistsikhe Borjomi

Stop At: Gori Fortress, Gori Georgia
With the Christianization of Kartli early in the 4th century, Uplistsikhe seems to have declined in its importance and lost its position to the new centers of Christian culture – Mtskheta and, later Tbilisi. However, Uplistsikhe reemerged as a principal Georgian stronghold during the Muslim conquest of Tbilisi in the 8th and 9th century. The Mongol raids in the 14th century marked the ultimate eclipse of the town; it was virtually abandoned, and only occasionally used as a temporary shelter in times of foreign intrusions.[1]

stop at :Borjomi (Georgian: ბორჯომი) is a resort town in south-central Georgia with a population of 10,546.[1] It is one of the districts of the Samtskhe-Javakheti region and is situated in the northwestern part of the region in the picturesque Borjomi Gorge on the eastern edge of the Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park. The town is noted for its mineral water industry (which is the number one export of Georgia), the Romanov summer palace in Likani, and the World Wide Fund for Nature-site Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park. Borjomi mineral water is particularly well known in those countries which were part of the former Soviet Union; the bottling of mineral water is a major source of income for the area
Duration: 4 hours

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Day 9: Borjomi Kinchkha Waterfall

Stop At: Kutaisi Market, Phallashvili Street, Kutaisi 4600 Georgia
The Okatse Canyon has already attracted and amazed large number of tourists with its magnificent wild nature, astonishing waterfalls and breathtaking views. . One of the tallest waterfall of Georgia – Kinchkha together with another water abundant waterfall nearby, Okatse Canyon natural monument
Duration: 5 hours

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Day 10: Canyon Okatse Martvili Gelati Monastery Prometheush Cave

Stop At: Kutaisi Market, Phallashvili Street, Kutaisi 4600 Georgia
stop at: One of the tallest waterfall of Georgia – Kinchkha together with another water abundant waterfall nearby, Okatse Canyon natural monument stop at: Martvili canyons used to be a bath place for Dadiani family. Now people visit it to enjoy the scenery, its waterfalls and take a boat trip in the river with deep green color. stop at : The Gelati Monastery has preserved a great number of murals and manuscripts dating back to the 12th to 17th centuries. The Khakhuli triptych was enshrined at Gelati until being stolen in 1859. Gelati is the burial site of its founder and one of the greatest Georgian kings David IV. Near King David's grave are the gates of Ganja, which were taken as a trophy by King Demetrius I of Georgia in 1138. stop at:Prometheus Cave is one of Georgia’s natural wonders and one of the largest in the world and has many underground rivers. The Okatse Canyon has already attracted and amazed large number of tourists with its magnificent wild nature, astonishing waterfalls and breathtaking views.

Duration: 6 hours

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Day 11: Tama Inguri Ankalia Poti Ureki

Stop At: Poti Lighthouse, Poti Georgia
The Enguri Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Enguri River in Georgia. Currently it is the world's second highest concrete arch dam with a height of 271.5 metres (891 ft).[1][2][3] It is located north of the town Jvari. It is part of the Enguri hydroelectric power station (HES) which is partially located in Abkhazia.

STOP AT ;poti ankalia sea
Duration: 5 hours

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Day 12: Machinajuri Batumi

Stop At: Batumi Boulevard, 2, Ninoshvili Str 1, K. Gamsakhurdia Str, Batumi 6010 Georgia
sea all day
Duration: 4 hours

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Day 13: Gonio Sarpi

Stop At: Batumi Boulevard, 2, Ninoshvili Str 1, K. Gamsakhurdia Str, Batumi 6010 Georgia
sea all day
Duration: 4 hours

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Day 14: Akhaltsikhe Vardzia and Rabati Fortress tbilisi

Stop At: Vardzia, Erusheti Mountain, Aspindza 383770 Georgia
The city is first mentioned in the chronicles in the 12th century. In the 12th–13th centuries it was the seat of the House of Akhaltsikhe, dukes of Samtskhe, whose two most illustrious representatives were Shalva and Ivane Akhaltsikheli. From the 13th up to the 17th century the city and Samtkhe were governed by the House of Jaqeli.

Duration: 4 hours

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Day 15: Tbilisi Monastery Akhtala Sanahin Haghpat Oromair Odzun Lori Castle Waterfall Gyumri

Stop At: Monastery of Sanahin, Alaverdi 1705 Armenia
stop at :Tbilisi St. Trinity Cathedral Holy Trinity cathedral, one of the largest orthodox cathedrals in the world

Metekhi Cathedral, Tbilisi Continue to Metekhi church and monument to Vakhtang Gorgasali, the legendary founder of Tbilisi. Narikala Fortress, Tbilisi We will take cable car to Narikala Fortress to enjoy breathtaking panoramic view of thestop at:Jvari Church, Mtskheta, Mtskheta-Mtianeti Region

Mtskheta was founded by the ancient Meschian tribes in the 5th century BC.[4] It was capital of the early Georgian Kingdom of Iberia from the 3rd century BC to the 5th century AD. It was a site of early Christian activity resulting in Christianization of Iberia, where Christianity was proclaimed the state religion in 337. It remains the headquarters of the Georgian Orthodox Church.

stop at:Jvari Monasteryis a sixth century Georgian Orthodox monastery near Mtskheta, eastern Georgia. Along with other historic structures of Mtskheta, it is listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. Jvari Monastery stands on the rocky mountaintop at the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers . According to traditional accounts, on this location in the early 4th century Saint Nino, a female evangelist credited with converting King Mirian III of Iberia to Christianity, erected a large wooden cross on the site of a pagan temple. The cross was reportedly able to work miracles and therefore drew pilgrims from all over the Caucasus. A small church was erected over the remnants of the wooden cross in c.545 named the "Small Church of ,,Jvari"

stop at :stop at :Sanahin Monastery is an Armenian monastery founded in the 10th century in the Lori Province of Armenia. stop at : monastery haghpat complex, the Cathedral of Surb Nishan, probably begun in 976, was completed in 991 by king Smbat. It is a typical example of tenth century Armenian architecture, its central dome rests on the four imposing pillars of the lateral walls.

stop at : monastery Between 1887 and 1889 the French archaeologist Jacques de Morgan discovered 576 rectangular stone sepulchers, along with cultural items made of clay, bronze and iron near Akhtala dating back to the 8th century BC.[3][5] The settlement of modern Akhtala was known as Agarak in the 5th century.[3][4] The fortress was almost certainly built on top of Bronze and Iron Age foundations.[3]
Duration: 3 hours

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Day 16: Gyumri Monastery Ereruk Black castle Horomos Dashtadem Fortress Yerevan

Stop At: Gyumri's Central Park, Gayi Str, Gyumri Armenia
starting from dilijan to dedropark stepanavan monastery ereyuk Yererouk dates back to the 4th and 5th centuries. It is located in the Shirak canton of the Ayrarat province of Ancient Armenia. Not much is known about the founders of the basilica. However, the church was renovated during the 11th century by the efforts of King Hovhannes-Smbat's wife.

stop at :The fortress was built on top of a hill, and the full fortification took a decade after the first stones were laid in 1834. The fortress is a 360-degree round structure made of black stone, from which it gets its name. After Russia's loss in the Crimean War, Sev Berd was upgraded and designated a "first-class" fortress. It never underwent a siege, but was of strategic importance in victories over the Turks in subsequent wars that lasted through 1878. The fortress was downgraded to "second-class" status in 1887, after the final Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878 that saw Russia gain strongholds in Kars and Batumi stop at :Dashtadem Fortress ( is a substantial fortress of the 10th to 19th centuries located at the southern outskirts of Dashtadem village in the Aragatsotn Province of Armenia. In a cemetery 1.7 km (1.1 mi) south of Dashtadem, lies the restored 7th-century Kristapori Vank which may be viewed in the distance from the fortress.[1]

Duration: 4 hours

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Day 17: Echmiadzin Zwartnoc Areni Vine Bird Cave Norawank Jermuk Goris

Stop At: Yerevan Brandy Factory, Admirala Isakova ave 2, Yerevan 0004 Armenia
stop at :Echmiadzin MonasteryJesus Christ descended from heaven and indicated the spot for a church to be built. Echmiadzin is the residence of the Supreme Catholicos of all Armenians and the center of the Armenian Apostolic Church. the magnificent Zvartnots Temple was constructed in the 7th century. All these churches and the temple are listed on the UNESCO World’s Cultural Heritage Sites

stop at :areni vine Visit to the Khor Virap Monastery - from here a beautiful view of Mount Ararat opens stop at:Visit to Areni winery , tour inside the factory and wine tasting stop at:(Bird) Cave, Areni, Vayots Dzor Province ancient cave where 5500 years old shoe has been found stop at :Noravank Monastery Noravank is a 13th-century Armenian
Duration: 4 hours

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Day 18: Goris Karahunj Waterfall Shaki Khndoresk Kapan

Stop At: Goris Rock Forest, Goris Armenia
In the end of the 19th century Old Khndzoresk was the biggest village of Eastern Armenia. In the beginning of the 20th century the community had 8300 inhabitants (1800 households). In 1913 there were 27 shops, 3 dye-houses, tanneries, 7 schools. The village is famous for taking part in the liberation movement of David Bek

STOP AT:Karahunj (Armenian: Քարահունջ; also Romanized as K’arahunj, Karaundzh, and Karahundj) is a village and rural community (municipality) in Armenia in Syunik province known for archaeological site Zorats Karer, located 4 km south of the city of Goris. The National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia (ARMSTAT) reported its population was 1,303 in 2010,[2] up from 1,254 at the 2001 census.[3]


Duration: 5 hours

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Day 19: Kapan Megri

Stop At: Kapan History Museum, Harutyunyan St., 3, Kapan Armenia
STOP AT: CITY KAPAN Kapan is a city in Southern Armenia. Surrounded by steep mountains, built along the river, Kapan is full of pink Soviet apartment blocks, some of them creeping up the mountainside in steps STOP AT:Baghaberd Fortress STOP AT:Vahanavank Monastery STOP AT:Shikahogh State Preserve

Meghri is a city in Southern Armenia. Although the village of nearby Agarak is the crossing point into Iran, this is the last major centre and the gateway for those entering. STOP AT :Fortress Megry. Built in the 17th century STOP AT :Church of St. Sargis Pokr Taha. Built the 17th century STOP AT :Ethnographic houses (17th - 20th centuries.)

Duration: 6 hours

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Day 20: Megri Tatev Dadywank Karabach Stepanakert

Stop At: Tatev Monastery, Tatev Armenia
STOP AT: Tatev Monastery The Tatev plateau has been in use since pre-Christian times, hosting a pagan temple. The temple was replaced with a modest church following the Christianization of Armenia in the 4th century stop at : Wings of Tatev is a 5.7 km (3.5 mi) cableway between Halidzor and the Tatev monastery in Armenia. It is the longest reversible aerial tramway built in only one section, and holds the record for Longest non-stop double track cable car

stop at : The monastery at Gandzasar was first mentioned in the tenth century.[4][5] The construction of Gandzasar's Cathedral of St. John the Baptist began in 1216, under the patronage of the Armenian prince of Khachen, Hasan-Jalal Dawla, and it was completed in 1238 and consecrated on July 22, 1240. stop at :Tigranakert Arts'akhi ) is a ruined Armenian city dating back to the Hellenistic period. It is one of several former cities in the Armenian plateau with the same name, named in honor of the Armenian king Tigranes the Great (r. 95–55 B.C.),[1][2] although some scholars, such as Robert Hewsen and Babken Harutyunyan, have posited that this particular Tigranakert may have been founded by Tigranes the Great's father, Tigranes I (r. ca. 123–95 B.C.).[3] stop at : shushi In Shushi we will visit Surp Amenaprkich Ghazanchetsots Cathedral (St. Savior Ghazanchetsots Cathedral), which was built in 1868-1887. It is considered to be the second most important spiritual center in Artsakh. The church was built by the local residents. The consecration of the church took place on September 20, in 1888

Duration: 6 hours

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Day 21: Karabach Shushi Gandzasar Amaras Tigranakert Noratus Lake Sevan Yerevan

Stop At: Yerevan Mall, Arshakunyats ave 34/3, Yerevan 0026 Armenia
stop at : dadywank Dadivank Monastery, which is the largest monastic complex in Artsakh-Karabakh and one of the true masterpieces of Armenian medieval architecture. It is located in the northwestern part of Martakert district of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic stop at : monastery nature vine factory bar restaurant stop at : shushi In Shushi we will visit Surp Amenaprkich Ghazanchetsots Cathedral (St. Savior Ghazanchetsots Cathedral), which was built in 1868-1887. It is considered to be the second most important spiritual center in Artsakh. The church was built by the local residents. The consecration of the church took place on September 20, in 1888 stop at : Amaras Monastery, which is one of the oldest Christian sites in Nagorno-Karabakh. According to the 5th-century chronicler Faustus Byuzand, at the start of the 4th century St. Gregory the Illuminator founded a church in what was to become Amaras Monastery. At the beginning of the 5th century Mesrop Mashtots, the inventor of the Armenian Alphabet, Tigranakert) museum monastery bar restaurant naturemuseum monastery bar food stop at : The monastery at Gandzasar was first mentioned in the tenth century.[4][5] The construction of Gandzasar's Cathedral of St. John the Baptist began in 1216, under the patronage of the Armenian prince of Khachen, Hasan-Jalal Dawla, and it was completed in 1238 and consecrated on July 22, 1240

. stop at :Tigranakertis a ruined Armenian city dating back to the Hellenistic period. It is one of several former cities in the Armenian plateau with the same name, named in honor of the Armenian king Tigranes the Great (r. 95–55 B.C.),[1][2] although some scholars, such as Robert Hewsen and Babken Harutyunyan, have posited that this particular Tigranakert may have been founded by Tigranes the Great's father, Tigranes I (r. ca. 123–95 B.C.).[3]

Duration: 6 hours

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Departure Point
Tbilisi, Georgia

Traveler pickup is offered
pick up from all hotels from yerevan tbilisi also from airport tbilisi and yerevan
Duration
21 days
Return Details
Returns to original departure point
Inclusions
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • fuel
  • driver
Exclusions
  • Entry/Admission - Yerevan Brandy Factory
  • Entry/Admission - Gegard Monastery
  • Entry/Admission - Dilijan National Park
  • Entry/Admission - Tbilisi Mall
  • Entry/Admission - Tunnel Winery Khareba's
  • Entry/Admission - Signagi Municipality Administration
  • Entry/Admission - Gori Fortress
  • Entry/Admission - Kutaisi Market
  • Entry/Admission - Vardzia
  • Entry/Admission - Monastery of Sanahin
  • Entry/Admission - Gyumri's Central Park
  • Entry/Admission - Goris Rock Forest
  • Entry/Admission - Kapan History Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Tatev Monastery
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