Yerevan- Armenia (MUS) - 03 NIGHTS & 4 DAYS

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AED 2,849.00 Per Person

Yerevan, Armenia's capital, is marked by grand Soviet-era architecture. The Matenadaran library, housing thousands of ancient Greek and Armenian manuscripts, dominates its main avenue.

Cost Details

AED 2849.00 per person on twin/ triple sharing basis

AED 3649.00 per person on single sharing basis

AED 2649.00 per child sharing with extra bed (0 to 11 years only)

AED 2349.00 per child sharing with the parents (0 to 4 years only)

AED 849.00   per infant.


Flight Details:










G9 245






G9 782




Arrival Armenia Day 1

Arrival Armenia. Meet with our guide in airport Zvartnots and transfer to “Double Tree by Hilton” hotel, some rest and start our city tour.

City Tour(duration 4 hours) --You’ll visit  Monument of Genocide-Tsitsernakaberd, Monument of Mother Armenia, park of victory, Cascade, Republic Square.

Back to the hotel. Overnight.

Garni-Geghard- Tsaghkadzor-Kecharis-ropeway Day 2

Breakfast. Check out from hotel in Yerevan. Meet our guide in the lobby of hotel at 09.00 am for starting our tour. First place is temple of Garni (entrance tickets included).The impregnable citadel located on the rocky triangular ledge at the edge of the deep gorge of river Azat served as the royal summer- residence from the 3rd century B.C. up to the 4th century A.D. The area of the citadel is a real archeological museum under open sky. The exceptional structure of the architectural complex is the pagan temple of the sun (1st century A.D.) which represents a classical construction of antique era: rectangular construction surrounded with 24 ionic columns from all sides. The walls, cornice and caps of the temple are decorated with rich ornaments, graffiti and bas-reliefs. Our tour will be continued to Geghard monastery-This splendid monument of medieval Armenian architecture constructed in the 12-13th centuries stands on the slope of reserved natural amphitheater of sheer rocks encircled by severe and divine nature. The churches of the monastery and the funerary chamber of royal family who owned the monastery are carved in monolithic rock and are the result of architect Galdzak's work. Today we’ll also visit The Monastery Complex Kecharis (11-13th centuries), being the former big spiritual center of medieval Armenia with the school is located just in the center of the city. The proportionality of temple structures adds not only beauty but also majesty to this construction. All colors and flavors of this sun-blessed corner Tshakadzor are at guests ‘disposal. The only thing you need to do is just to arrive and enjoy mild climate and rich mosaic of grasslands and woodlands seasoned by warm hospitality. People visit Tsaghkadzor to ski and breathe in the fresh mountain air, to wander through flowering alpine mountains and gorges. We’ll take a ropeway ride (tickets included) to the mountain top to have a stunning view over Mt. Ararat. After tour, check in “Marriot Tsaghkadzor” hotel. Overnight.

Khor Virap-Areni-Noravank Day 3

Breakfast, Meet our guide in the lobby of hotel at 09.00. Pick up from hotel and transfer to Khor Virap - Areni- Noravank. First stop will be Khor Virap- The monastery complex of Khor Virap is located just on the border of Armenia with Turkey, on the hill which is in the front side of Mt. Ararat. In the 4th century on the site of pit of ancient Armenian capital Artashat one of the first Armenian churches was built here. Gregory the Illuminator, the First Patriarch of Armenian Church, was imprisoned exactly in this deep cave and spent here more than 14 years for his devotedness to the Christianity. From the hillside where the monastery Khor Virap was built, you can watch the majestic view of Ararat. According to the biblical legend the Noah's Ark landed on the top of Ararat. Next stop- Areni is a village in the Vayots Dzor Province of Armenia. It is best known for its wine production, although the majority of wine produced locally is from the nearby village of Getap, where we’ll taste delicious sorts of Armenian wines. Our next stop will be Noravank monastery –here we’ll have lunch in one of the restaurants, after we’ll visit Noravank Monastery.The Monastery Noravank is situated at the edge of curvy canyon among fantastic sheer red rocks. The most significant construction of the architectural monument is church of the Blessed Virgin built in the 14th century by talented sculptor and miniaturist Momik. Back to Tsaghkadzor. Overnight.

Check out. Free Lake Sevan-Sevanavank-Dilijan –Haghartsin-Departure Day 4

Breakfast in hotel. Check out from “Marriott Tsaghkadzor”. Meet our guide in the lobby of your hotel at 09.00 am for transfer to airport. The first stop will be the lake Sevan-The pearl of Armenia -Lake Sevan, is located in the north-eastern part of Armenia at the height of 1900 meters above sea level. In opinion of many experienced travelers the Sevan is the most high-mountainous from the nice lakes and the most beautiful from the high-mountainous lakes of the world,where we’ll visit Sevanavank church. Sevanavank Monastery is located in Gegharkunik region, which is popular in Armenia due to its possession of the blue pearl of Armenians, Lake Sevan. There are two churches on the peninsula of Sevan. These two churches were built in 874 AD and together form the Sevanavank Monastery. We’ll also have a stop in Dilijan. Dilijan is a town in northern Armenia. It's known for spa resorts and traditional craft workshops. The town is surrounded by the forests of Dilijan National Park. Dilijan is named as a little Switzerland in Armenia!! Haghartsin is a 13th-century monastery located near the town of Dilijan in the Tavush Province of Armenia. It was built between the 10th and 13th centuries (in the 12th under Khachatur of Taron); much of it under the patronage of the Bagratuni Dynasty. One of Armenia's most popular monasteries, Haghartsin is nestled in lush forested mountains about a half hour drive from Dilijan. The monastery is in good condition and has a resident priest who sometimes gives tours. There are a few different churches, a large gavit, a huge dining hall, khachkars and a massive hollow tree. A slightly sweet bread is often being baked in an old oven. At 18.00pm have to be in airport for departure at 20.40.