Armenia & Georgia  | 10 days |

| Best Season:  Mid April – Late October | Private guided tour |

We start our tour in Yerevan, at the foot of Mt Ararat and visit many beautiful Armenian churches and monasteries as Khor Virap, Echmiadzin and Geghard. Then we head on to Lake Sevan. Armenia is the country where the legends still live and history walks before your face.

From Armenia we move to Georgia. Having explored its historic capital Tbilisi, we visit some of the major highlights of Georgia as Mtskheta and Uplistsikhe. We journey to the heart of the Caucasus Mountains where we do not miss the chance to take easy walks in great nature. Finally we travel to Kakheti, Georgia’s famous wine district dotted with fine old churches and vineyard after vineyard.

Outline Itinerary: Day 1: Arrival in Yerevan. Day 2: City tour of Yerevan. Also visit Garni Temple and Geghard Monastery. Stay in Yerevan. Day 3: Excursion to Echmiadzin and Zvartnots.  Trip to Khor Virap Monastery with its magnificent view of Mt. Ararat. Return to Yerevan. Day 4: Trip to Lake Sevan and then to Haghpat Monastery. Cross the border to Georgia and arrive in Tbilisi. Day 5: City tour of Tbilisi. Day 6: Excursion to Mtskheta, the ancient capital of Georgia. Visit town of Gori. Excursion to Uplistsikhe ancient cave-city. Travel to the Greater Caucasus and arrive in Stepantsminda (Kazbegi), located at the foot of Mt. Kazbek. Day 7: Explore Stepantsminda (Kazbegi) and enjoy wonderful views of the Caucasus Mountains, including Mt. Kazbek, 5047m. Hiking to Gergeti Sameba Church. Return to Tbilisi. Day 8: Trip from Tbilisi to Kakheti province and visit Sighnaghi hill-town, Telavi, and Tsinandali Estate. Stay around Telavi. Day 9: Visit Gremi, Alaverdi Cathedral; Possible visit to a winery. Return to Tbilisi. Day 10: Departure.

You can also request a v.v. itinerary.  

You can modify the itineraries or ask for the alternative holidays with various combinations of these countries. You can also combine Armenian part with any tour in Georgia given on our website.