Things to Do in Armenia
Armenia is truly worth to visit and should be on the most discerning travellers bucket lists. With its varied and often turbulent history, diverse landscape, stunning monasteries, and delicious Armenia cuisine there will undoubtedly be something to entice all to visit. Several monasteries in Armenia are listed as UNESCO World Heritage and we have knowledgeable and experienced guides who specialisation in Armenian history on hand to educate you.
Not only this, Armenia has optimum conditions for producing wine and is actually one of the oldest wine producing countries in the world. Let us arrange a vineyard tour where the delectable wine is coupled with the breath-taking scenery and is a truly pleasant experience for the wine connoisseurs amongst you. Armenia’s neighbouring country is Georgia and for those with more time we would suggest combining the two countries together to enjoy a unique holiday in the Caucasus region. We have hand crafted fantastic experiences throughout both countries to ensure you are provided with the trip of a lifetime to this relatively untouched corner of the world.
A Capella Concert in Geghard Monastery
Be serenaded by the beautiful monastic choir singing inside the haunting Geghard Monastery.
Noravank Monastery & Areni Wine
Stroll through the stunning Noravank’s canyon monastery and enjoy some wine at the Areni Wine Factory for a local insight into this renowned local produce.
Nor Yedesia, Armenia
Visit ArmAs Winery, home of award-winning Armenian wines.
Armenian Genocide Museum & Memorial
Discover Armenian spirit through their heartbreaking tales in the Memorial Park and Museum of the Armenian Genocide.
Armenian Traditional Dances
Appreciate the intricate traditional Armenian dance at a historical monument, including Ladies Dance, Armenian Bride Dance, Was Dances, etc.
We will visit Terracotta Art Studio for a workshop in pottery and ceramics techniques. A craftsman will demonstrate and explain the potter's wheel work, narrate about Armenian traditions and techniques in clay and pottery.
We will visit the Brandy Factory of Yerevan with tasting of three types of Armenian cognac, including the 20-year-old Nairi cognac and 10-year-old Dvin cognac.
Echmiadzin & Zvartnots
Step into Echmiadzin, Armenia’s own Vatican City, as well as the nearby Zvartnots Ruins – both UNESCO-listed.
Garni & Geghard
Explore the Garni pagan temple and the rock-cut Geghard monastery.
Hike Garni Gorge
Enjoy a short hike to Garni Gorge to admire Symphony of Stones, an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hike takes around one hour, or you may also pre-book a 4WD jeep to reach the site at extra cost.