Armenia, Georgia
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Armenia, Georgia
Country: Armenia, Georgia

8D7N Best of Georgia & Armenia (EXGA)

8D7N Best of Georgia & Armenia (EXGA)

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Armenia, Georgia

Classic tours combine the support and security of group travel, unbeatable variety, and the flexibility to go off-script when fate says, \"Hey, let’s do this.\" Classic tours deliver the perfect balance of must-see highlights, cultural exchange, insider access, unbeatable value, and the kind of spontaneous, you-really-had-to-be-there moments that make your trip memorable.

Cities to Visit: Yerevan - Telavi - Tbilisi
Language: English


Tour Highlight
~Set eyes on the stunning Caucasus Mountains
~Wander in and out of ancient churches
~Stroll narrow streets in Tbilisi
~Savor under-the-radar delicious food and wine in Georgia
What To Expect
Georgia and Armenia may sound like unconventional destinations, but trust us, they ought to top your list of places to visit. Our eight-day trip is a wonderful showcase of the cultural and natural highlights the Caucasus Region has to offer, with a huge helping of beautiful architecture and delicious cuisine to boot. Stroll the narrow streets of Tbilisi, tour ancient monasteries, stare down massive mountain ranges, visit with friendly locals, and soak up all the exotic culture of this underexplored region.
  • Day 1: Arrive Yerevan

    Arrive at any time.

    There are no activities planned until an evening welcome meeting.

  • Day 2: Yerevan - Echmiadzin

    Drive to Echmiadzin to visit its famous cathedral. Later, enjoy a city tour of Yerevan, followed by a visit to the Genocide Memorial. Take some free time to explore the city of Yerevan.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 3: Yerevan - Khor Virap - Garni

    Explore Khor Virap and visit its monastery with fantastic views of Mt Ararat. Continue to the Roman temple of Garni. Enjoy lunch in a local home and watch how traditional lavash bread is made. Return to Yerevan with time to visit the main market or stroll the cafe-lined streets of the city.

    During your free time in Yerevan opt to visit the Yerevan Brandy Factory or Megerian Carpet factory for some insight into staples of Armenian culture.

    : Breakfast, Lunch
  • Day 4: Yerevan - Haghpat

    Drive to the largest lake in the Caucasus region, Lake Sevan, and stop into charming monasteries along the way. Continue to Haghpat via Molokan-minority villages stopping to enjoy a local lunch in a Molokan village. Overnight in Haghpat surrounded by breathtaking views of the Debet canyon.

    The Molokan are a minority population in Armenia derived from settlers exiled from Russia for not obeying the rules of the Church. Their name derives from "Milk" due to the great amount of milk they would consume, especially during the fasting period determined by the Orthodox Clergy. Stop in a Molokan village en route to Haghpat to get a glimpse into daily life, and enjoy a traditional meal.

    : Breakfast, Lunch
  • Day 5: Haghpat - Telavi

    Visit Haghpat Monestary and UNESCO-listed monastic complex of Sanahin. Cross into Georgia to be welcomed and greeted by your Georgian CEO before transferring to Telavi, located on the foothills of the Tsiv-Gombori Range.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 6: Telavi - Kakheti Province - Tblisi

    Experience a full day in the Kakheti Province, dotted with churches and vineyards. Enjoy breathaking views of the Kizikhi area and Sighnaghi. Stop for lunch at a local village house to taste the delicious lunch and wine and local drinks tasting. Head to Tbilisi and enjoy a guided tour of the city.

    : Breakfast, Lunch
  • Day 7: Tblisi - Uplistsikhe

    Drive the famous Georgian Military Road to Mtskheta, ancient capital of Georgia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Jvari Monastery and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. Continue to Uplistsikhe cave town and on through the dramatic Aragvi River Valley. Return to Tbilisi in the evening.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 8: Tbilisi

    Depart at any time.

    : Breakfast
Whats Included
~7 nights' accommodation
~7 breakfasts, 3 lunches


Whats Excluded
~International air ticket
~Travel insurance
~Visa
~Gratuity


Tour Highlight
~Set eyes on the stunning Caucasus Mountains
~Wander in and out of ancient churches
~Stroll narrow streets in Tbilisi
~Savor under-the-radar delicious food and wine in Georgia
What To Expect
Georgia and Armenia may sound like unconventional destinations, but trust us, they ought to top your list of places to visit. Our eight-day trip is a wonderful showcase of the cultural and natural highlights the Caucasus Region has to offer, with a huge helping of beautiful architecture and delicious cuisine to boot. Stroll the narrow streets of Tbilisi, tour ancient monasteries, stare down massive mountain ranges, visit with friendly locals, and soak up all the exotic culture of this underexplored region.
  • Day 1: Arrive Yerevan

    Arrive at any time.

    There are no activities planned until an evening welcome meeting.

  • Day 2: Yerevan - Echmiadzin

    Drive to Echmiadzin to visit its famous cathedral. Later, enjoy a city tour of Yerevan, followed by a visit to the Genocide Memorial. Take some free time to explore the city of Yerevan.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 3: Yerevan - Khor Virap - Garni

    Explore Khor Virap and visit its monastery with fantastic views of Mt Ararat. Continue to the Roman temple of Garni. Enjoy lunch in a local home and watch how traditional lavash bread is made. Return to Yerevan with time to visit the main market or stroll the cafe-lined streets of the city.

    During your free time in Yerevan opt to visit the Yerevan Brandy Factory or Megerian Carpet factory for some insight into staples of Armenian culture.

    : Breakfast, Lunch
  • Day 4: Yerevan - Haghpat

    Drive to the largest lake in the Caucasus region, Lake Sevan, and stop into charming monasteries along the way. Continue to Haghpat via Molokan-minority villages stopping to enjoy a local lunch in a Molokan village. Overnight in Haghpat surrounded by breathtaking views of the Debet canyon.

    The Molokan are a minority population in Armenia derived from settlers exiled from Russia for not obeying the rules of the Church. Their name derives from "Milk" due to the great amount of milk they would consume, especially during the fasting period determined by the Orthodox Clergy. Stop in a Molokan village en route to Haghpat to get a glimpse into daily life, and enjoy a traditional meal.

    : Breakfast, Lunch
  • Day 5: Haghpat - Telavi

    Visit Haghpat Monestary and UNESCO-listed monastic complex of Sanahin. Cross into Georgia to be welcomed and greeted by your Georgian CEO before transferring to Telavi, located on the foothills of the Tsiv-Gombori Range.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 6: Telavi - Kakheti Province - Tblisi

    Experience a full day in the Kakheti Province, dotted with churches and vineyards. Enjoy breathaking views of the Kizikhi area and Sighnaghi. Stop for lunch at a local village house to taste the delicious lunch and wine and local drinks tasting. Head to Tbilisi and enjoy a guided tour of the city.

    : Breakfast, Lunch
  • Day 7: Tblisi - Uplistsikhe

    Drive the famous Georgian Military Road to Mtskheta, ancient capital of Georgia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Jvari Monastery and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. Continue to Uplistsikhe cave town and on through the dramatic Aragvi River Valley. Return to Tbilisi in the evening.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 8: Tbilisi

    Depart at any time.

    : Breakfast
Whats Included
~7 nights' accommodation
~7 breakfasts, 3 lunches


Whats Excluded
~International air ticket
~Travel insurance
~Visa
~Gratuity
★★★☆☆

5/1 Northern Ave, Yerevan 0001, Armenia

In the heart of the Armenian capitaI, ibis Yerevan Center hotel offers the best location on the Yerevan pedestrian shopping street. The hotel is close to Opera, Republic Square, Matenadaran Museum, Cascade, and within easy reach of the airport. 255 comfortable rooms are ideal for relaxing on a business or family trip. Meeting rooms can accommodate up to 120 people. Enjoy ibis kitchen restaurant with summer terrace, 24/7 lobby bar, business corner, free WIFI and a convenient car park in the city centre.

★★★☆☆

Haghpat 14/19, Alaverdi 1703, Armenia

★★★☆☆

Kartuli Univesiteti Street 5A, Telavi 2200, Georgia

Hotel, Flight & Transfer option

★★★☆☆

5/1 Northern Ave, Yerevan 0001, Armenia

In the heart of the Armenian capitaI, ibis Yerevan Center hotel offers the best location on the Yerevan pedestrian shopping street. The hotel is close to Opera, Republic Square, Matenadaran Museum, Cascade, and within easy reach of the airport. 255 comfortable rooms are ideal for relaxing on a business or family trip. Meeting rooms can accommodate up to 120 people. Enjoy ibis kitchen restaurant with summer terrace, 24/7 lobby bar, business corner, free WIFI and a convenient car park in the city centre.

★★★☆☆

Haghpat 14/19, Alaverdi 1703, Armenia

★★★☆☆

Kartuli Univesiteti Street 5A, Telavi 2200, Georgia

Per Pax
From: $1961 From: €1668 From: £1424 From: RM8136 From: CAD2465 From: SGD2644 From: AUD2701 From: HKD15296
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