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Ascend to chic UNESCO-listed monasteries, pride of these millennia-old civilizations
Idyllic retreat to the Caucasus mountains, carved with deep canyons and hidden valleys
Bask in the burgeoning art and culture hub of stylish Tbilisi
Trace the heartbreaking stories and tales of the Armenian Genocide
Hike the semi-desert David Gareja rock-cut monastery complex
Georgia and Armenia are year-round destinations. During the summer months from late June to August, visitors can experience pleasant temperatures and dry weather ideal for hiking, whilst those visiting in the rainy months of April to June can enjoy beautiful foliage in between showers. Snowfall is common in the colder months between December and March, bringing a different beauty to the Caucasus Mountains.
Experience the heart of Caucasus right between Europe and Asia. From the chic Tbilisi which has been coined as "Budapest of the Caucasus" to Yerevan's heart-wrenching tales of Armenian Genocide, breathtaking sceneries entertain you throughout the journey. Drive through towering mountains, unravel Stalin's history, step into rock-cut churches and find solitary peace in quaint monasteries.
Start your journey strolling through Tbilisi's chic avenues, churches, cathedrals, synagogues and end off with a sunset cable car ride to Narikala Fortress.
Make an excursion to the historical Mtshketa, the Stalin House-Museum in Gori and Uplistsikhe cave town. Hikers will be delighted with a day trip to David Gareja, a rock-cut monastery along the Georgian-Azerbaijan border.
A scenic drive brings you through 16th century Ananuri fortress and Gudauri ski resort into Kazbegi. In Kazbegi, walk up to the scenic Tsminda Sameba Church, perched on top of a hill overlooking the Kazbegi village.
Unravel the mysterious UNESCO monastic complexes of Haghpat and Sanahin, outstanding examples of medieval Armenian architecture. En route to Saghmosavank monastery, seated near the breathtaking Qasakh canyon.
Feel the pulse of the heart-wrenching Armenian stories in Yerevan. Step into Echmiadzin, Armenia's own Vatican City and the nearby Zvartnots ruins.
The next day, make a day trip to 3 beloved Armenian icons: Khor Virap set against the picturesque Mt. Ararat backdrop, the Garni pagan temple and the rock-cut Geghard monastery.
Travel between Tbilisi and Kazbegi, stopping at Ananuri Fortress and Gudauri Ski Resort en-route.
Follow the footprints of time into Mtshketa , the ancient capital of Eastern Georgia. Visit Jvari Monastery and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral.
Discover Armenian spirit through their heartbreaking tales in the Memorial Park and Museum of the Armenian Genocide.
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.
With architecture based on the Georgian Royal Palace, a winery tour and wine tasting at the historic Chateau Mukhrani is an essential experience for wine aficionados.
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.
Get acquainted with Georgian cuisine and learn how to make various Georgian dishes, including the famous khinkali dumplings.
Visit David Gareja monastery complex, a rock-hewn monastery along Georgian-Azerbaijan border, including Lavra and Udabno monasteries.
Today, you will learn how to make a traditional cuisine called dolma, made from grape leaves stuffed with meat, at the Sheki's Karvansaray.
Step into Echmiadzin, Armenia’s own Vatican City, as well as the nearby Zvartnots Ruins – both UNESCO-listed.
Take a sunset cable car ride to Narikala Fortress and stop by Peace Bridge for a night view.
Hike up to Gergeti Trinity Church, also known as Tsminda Sameba Church.
Uncover the mysterious monastic complexes of Haghpat and Sanahin, as well as Saghmosavank Monastery in Qasakh canyon.
Join a pastry chef to unravel the culinary secrets behind the makings of this super-sweet dessert.
The hike brings you to highlights such as the mysterious Tsdo village where ritual lamb slaughter takes place, traditional Georgian cemetery, two Gveleti waterfalls and a monastery complex near Russian border.
A 4WD ride will bring you to Juta village, where you will start hiking towards the Chaukhi Massif. Juta is the highest town in the region. Please note that hiking takes approximately 2 hours per way.
Enjoy a hike through the Kasari Canyon, the abandoned village of Ketrisi, two monasteries to the Zakagori Fortress. If you would like, you can also bathe in the natural pool of mineral springs in the valley.
Follow the footprints of time into Gori, the birthplace of Joseph Stalin, and Uplistsikhe, a cave town from the Bronze Age.
Soar above the scenic Mukhrani valley, located near Mtskheta with a glass of champagne.
Today, you will learn how to carve Khachkar, the famous Armenian cross stone characteristic of Medieval Christian Armenian art.
Explore the iconic Khor Virap with its stunning Mount Ararat backdrop.
Learn how to bake lavash, a traditional bread of Armenia which has been inscribed in UNESCO.
Visit a rustic local house for lunch and observe the Lavash-making process.
Visit the Sno Village, famous for the stone-carved faces with large statues.
Discover the highlights of Tbilisi. Stroll through Rustaveli Avenue, visit the Metekhi Church of the Virgin, Sioni Cathedral, bath houses and Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia. Time-permitting, visit a flea market or Dezerter Bazaar in the afternoon.
Today, you will learn how to make a traditional cuisine called tolma, made from grape leaves stuffed with meat.
Get acquainted with the local felt industry while you enjoy a selection of herbal teas.
Wander around Mashtots Avenue, Republic Square, Opera House, Cascade, the spacious Grigor Lusavorich cathedral and conclude with a view of the Yerevan skyline from Mother Armenia.
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