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A week in Armenia

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7 days
Availability : 2021 Dec.
Yerevan
Saghmosavan
Min Age : 1+
Max People : 50
Your week trip to Armenia with Feel Armenia!

Enjoy a week trip to Armenia which is going to be not only great but also interesting and fun. Spend your holidays full of enthusiasm, culture, new colouring and make long-lasting memories for you, your friends and family. Embark on a week adventure through Armenian Highlands, taking in views of exotic landscapes backlit by breathtaking sunsets and encountering locals living in harmony with harsh environments and 1000-year traditions. Travelling with us around Armenia means a high-level tour individually compiled and thought-out to the smallest detail for you.

Tour Details
What to Expect
  • Introduction to Armenian carpet-making history and secret techniques
  • Premium travel service thought-out to the smallest detail
  • Close touch of universally accepted Christian relics
  • Authentic handmade spiritual experience
  • Special tour at Ararat Brandy Factory
  • Visit to UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Lavash baking master class
  • Special gurman experience

Departure Time

9 a.m. 

Price Includes

  • Transportation on Premium Comfortable Vehicles
  • Lavash Baking Master Class
  • Professional Guide Services
  • All Entrance Fees
  • Bottled Water
  • Good Mood
  • Lunch*5

Price Excludes

  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Accommodation
  • Dinners
  • Tips
Itinerary

Day 1 ArrivalArrival

Arrival at Zvartnots International Airport.

Day 2 City tourCity tour

Start your week trip to Armenia with one of the oldest capitals standing up to now. First of all, feel the mixture of the old and modern in Yerevan. Have an early morning walking tour through the streets of the “pink city”. Afterwards, drive to Tsitsernakaberd Memorial Complex dedicated to the memory of 1.5 million Armenians who perished in the first genocide of the 20th century.
Visit the Erebuni Museum. The Museum stands at the foot of the Arin Berd hill, on top of which you can still witness the Urartian Fortress Erebuni. 
Next, visit Megerian Carpet in Yerevan with a spectacular showroom where you’ll watch the production of the rugs and learn a lot about them. Finalize all your emotions of the day tasting the real flavour of Armenia- Armenian brandy known all over the world as the favourite drink of Winston Churchill. 

Day 3 Lake Sevan-Sevanavank-HaghartsinSevan-Sevanavank

You will have a wonderful day exploring the early and late middle age period monasteries nestled in the most beautiful corners of the Armenian Highlands. Your first stop will be at Lake Sevan to admire the beauty of our Blue-Eyed Queen. Take the steps up to the Penninsula of Lake Sevan to witness  9th-century Sevanavank monastery with your own eyes and hear all the heroic stories related to that Penninsula once being an Island. Then visit the medieval monastic complex Haghartsin regarded as a “The Hidden Pearl of Middle Ages”. It’s hard to describe all the marvels of this place which didn’t leave even the Sharzhah Sheikh indifferent. Walk back to the Middle Ages through this winding forested paths, face the biggest refectory, churches standing partially destroyed, royal mausoleum and breathtaking views surrounding you.

Day 4 Khor Virap-Etchmiadzin-ZvartnotsKhor Virap-Etchmiadzin

Early in the morning drive through the Ararat Valley to the “the cradle of civilization” to enjoy a close view of Mt. Ararat. Take the steps up to Khor Virap monastery meaning  “deep dungeon”. This is the very dungeon where Gregory the Illuminator has been detained for 13 years before spreading Christianity in Armenia. In short, feel the breath of Christianity!

Did you know that Armenia has another capital besides Yerevan? Etchmiadzin is the spiritual capital of Armenia. Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin was built in the place, where the Son of God appeared in the dream of the first Catholicos of Armenia St. Gregory the Illuminator and pointed out the place. On the way back to Yerevan enjoy the next Armenian 7th-century temple Zvartnots. Both Zvartnots temple and Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin are listed in UNESCO World’s Cultural Heritage Sites.

Day 5 Saghmosavank-Amberd-OshakanSaghmosavank-Amberd-Oshakan

This time take a trip to Saghmosavank Monastery, which is a 13th-century Armenian monastic complex located in the village of Saghmosavan. The monastery has been one of the largest depositories housing thousands of books, manuscripts.
Then visit Amberd, which is a 7th-century fortress located 2,300 meters (7,500 ft) above sea level, on the slopes of Mount Aragats. That is why the name Amberd translates into “fortress in the clouds” in Armenian.
After a healthy and tasty lunch head to go to explore St Mesrop Mashtots Cathedral built in the 19th-century church in Oshakan village of Aragatsotn Province. The church is famous for being the burial place of Saint Mesrop Mashtots, the creator of the Armenian alphabet.

Day 6 Geghard-GarniGeghard-Garni

No traveller to Armenia can avoid this wonderful masterpiece partially carved out of the rock right in the canyon of the Azat river. The name ‘Geghard’ derives from the holy spear. So, head to Geghard Monastery to let your soul soar above these rocks and mountains and enjoy all the marvels.
Afterwards, continue your wonderful tour to Garni Temple, the only standing heathen temple in Armenia. The plateau on which the temple stands is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site along with the surrounding area. Go there to walk over the paths of Armenian kings, feel the breeze coming over you from the surrounding peaks and taking you back to royal periods! Reveal the secrets of Armenian kitchen here…. Be present in the master class of lavash baking – traditional Armenian bread. This flatbread is also inscribed in the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Day 7 DepartureDeparture

Transfer to Zvartnots International Airport.

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Siran Salatian

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This was our third trip to Armenia and every time we were hosted by feel Armenia group from the owner Arthur to everyone in the group were so dedicated to give us more than what we were expecting it was beyond our imagination every time that we went most pleases that we visited we haven’t seen them the year before it was amazing every one was so professional in their jobs and did services that they did not need to do I will tell you when I got sick they rushed and got me medicine so that I can enjoy the rest of my tour we love them all because they treated every one of us like family it’s been tow weeks we are back we are already planning for next year to join them for another tour Thank you very much Feel Armenia by Fairyland Hospitallty Group we love you all and miss you already Harout Siran from San Francisco U.S.A.

October 30, 2019