Georgia and Armenia tour is the possibility to dive into the ancient culture of 2 old states and enjoy gastronomy , history and beautiful nature all together ! 


Day 1: Arrival
Arrival to Tbilisi airport. Transfer to the hotel in Tbilisi 

Day 2: Tbilisi city tour 

After breakfast, we will embark on Tbilisi. Start at Metekhi Сhurch and the monument to
Vakhtang Gorgasali, the legendary founder of Tbilisi. Visit Narikala Fortress to enjoy a
breathtaking panoramic view of the city. Walk down to the district of sulphur bath houses and
pass by the only mosque in Tbilisi. Walk down to the district of sulphur bath houses and
pass by the only mosque in Tbilisi. Stroll through the Sharden area, full of narrow streets
with cozy cafés, wine tasting bars, and souvenir shops, and breathe in the history of Old
Tbilisi. Also visit Sioni Cathedral, Anchiskhati Basilica, and the famous Rezo Gabriadze
Theatre’s clock tower, before crossing the Bridge of Peace to Rike Park. Mtatsminda Park –
which is located atop Mount Mtatsminda on 770-meter height overlooking the Georgian
capital Tbilisi. It is the highest point in Tbilisi and located on more than 100 hectares.
Overnight in Tbilisi 

Day 3: Tbilisi-Ananuri-Jinvali-Gudauri-Kazbegi-Tbilisi 

Breakfast. After the hotel breakfast, drive to the direction of Gudauri. On the way visiting
Ananuri Fortress which is located directly on the Georgian Military Road. Ananuri was also
a former residence of Argveti Dukes, which features churches and towers dating back to the
16th and 17th centuries. Jinvali Reservoir is one of the most beautiful places in Georgia.
The lake is surrounded on all sides by green mountains covered with deciduous and pine
forests. The most convenient way to admire the views of Jinvali reservoir is from Ananuri
Castle. Continue driving towards Gudauri. Stop near The Arch of Friendship for photo
shooting. The monument was built together with an observation deck back in 1983 in the
name of friendship between the Russian and Georgian peoples. Continue the way to
Kazbegi. 4x4 vehicle trip to Gergeti Trinity church . Come back to Tbilisi stay overnight 


Day 4: Tbilisi-Nekresi-Alaverdi-Kindzmarauli Factory-Tbilisi 

Breakfast. In the morning depart towards Kakheti region which is famous for its wine
production. Drive to Kakteti via beautiful Gombori pass, which offers you the shortest and
picturesque way to the heart of Kakheti, the city of Telavi. Gombori road is spectacular at
any time of year.
Our first stop is Nekresi Monastery which is standing on a hill and facing a beautiful view of
the Alazani Valley. The monastery complex of Nekresi unites several monuments of
Georgian architecture, among which there are three churches. Next stop is Alaverdi - one of
the most impressive cultural monuments in all of Georgia. Built as a royal monastery in the
11th century alongside such famous works as Bagrati Cathedral in Kutaisi, Svetitskhoveli in
Mtskheta it is a fantastic example of Georgian religious architecture.
After we will have Wine degustation in Kindzmarauri factory in Kvareli - one of the most
beautiful towns in Kakheti region. The fortress’s wine cellar produced wine and molasses
exclusively for the royal families for much of its history. We are finishing this trip with
Sighnaghi sightseeing. The town is located in the eastern part of Kakheti, and is known as
the City of Love. The town sits atop a bluff overlooking the Alazani Valley, which is one of
Georgia’s most famous wine-producing regions. 
Drive back to Tbilisi for overnight 

Day 5: Tbilisi-Gori-Uplistsikhe Cave Town-Tbilisi

Breakfast. Drive to the direction of Kutaisi. Visiting Stalin Museum which is located in Gori,
in the town where Stalin was born. The complex of the museum was opened in 1957 and
includes the memorial house, Stalin’s carriage, and the two-storied exhibition building,
memorial things, presents, canvases, photo and film documents are gathered in the
Our next station is Uplitsikhe cave which, literally ‘Fortress of God’, is an ancient rock-
hewn town which played a significant role in Georgian history over a period of approximately
3,000 years. No more than 150 caves have survived from the huge settlement, where the
number of grottoes carved into the rock once exceeded 700. Uplistsikhe is remarkable for
the unique combination of styles from rock-cut cultures of the region.
Continue driving to Kutaisi for overnight

Day 6: Tbilisi-Georgia-Armenia border-Hagarcin-Sevan-Sevanavank-Yerevan
After breakfast drive to the direction of Georgia-Armenia border. On the way to Yerevan
visiting Hagarcin Monastery – which is located 18 kilometers from Dilijan, far from
populated areas, among dense forests and magnificent mountain landscapes. The name of
the monastery from Armenian is translated as “games of eagles”. The image of this proud
bird can often be seen on the walls of Hagarcin. Our next stop is lake Sevan sightseeing -
Set 1900m above sea level it’s the largest lake in the Caucasus and one of the largest
freshwater high-altitude lakes in the world. Its colors and shades change with the weather,
forming dazzling azure to dark blue hues, and a thousand shades in between. Savanavak -
In the northwest part of Sevan Lake, on a narrow rocky peninsula, there stands one of the
most prominent examples of medieval Armenian architecture – Sevanavank Monastery.
Today the two black temples of Sevan stand deserted like two guards of this ancient lake.
The view from there is simply magnificent: the mountains surround lake from all sides and
snow tops are seen almost on the entire perimeter and disappear behind horizon. And
behind the horizon of the dark blue open water space shrouded in fog are the green
mountain slopes whose tops are covered with snow even in summer. Arrival in Yerevan and

Day 7: Yerevan – Garni Temple – Geghard Monastery
Breakfast. Visiting Garni temple, which towers over a triangular cape, is the unique survived
example of heathen culture in Armenia. It is a blend of Greco-Roman and Armenian styles.
According to the research of some historians, the temple was created by the Armenian king
Trdat I, who ruled in the second half of the 1st century and dedicated it to the Armenian God
of Sun - Mihr. After adopting Christianity in 301, the pagan temple lost its significance and
the fortress of Garni became the summer residence of the kings. Nowadays the ruins of the
royal palace and the bathroom with a stunning mosaic work can be found near the temple.
The temple is loved by both local and guests, because the temple is not like other religious
monuments in Armenia, and when you are closer, it seems that you are in little Greece with
an Armenian spirit.
Our next stop is the monastery of Geghard or Gegardavank which is located in a gorge
between high suspended rocks, between mountains covered with thick forests. The
monastery itself and its cells are carved into the rock and contains a number of churches
and tombs, most of them cut into the rock, which illustrate the very peak of Armenian
medieval architecture. Drive back to Yerevan 

Day 8: Yerevan-Khor Virap Monastery – Noravank Monastery – Areni Winery-Yerevan 

Breakfast. Visiting Khor Virap (Khor means deep, Virap – pit, dungeon) - one of the
Armenian shrines, which in ancient times was a famous place of pilgrimage. However, Khor
Virap is important for Armenians not only for its connection with Christianity: the monastery is closely associated with the symbol of Armenia. It is from here that the unimaginable view
of Mount Ararat opens. Due to circumstances, the symbol of Armenia Ararat today is not in
its historic homeland, but in Turkey, and the monastery of Khor Virap is 40 km away from the
mountain and from the Turkish border. If you look closely, you can see the border posts of
Turkey. The beautiful Noravank Monastery (“Nor” – new, “vank” – monastery) was built in
the 13th century and stands majestically in the gorge of the river Arpa, and in the gorge,
makes the view even more impressive. The spare lines of the church contrast beautifully
with the sharp red rock cliffs, and the dramatic scenery is one of the best reasons to visit
Noravank. And our last activity is wine degustation in Areni winery.
Drive back to Yerevan for overnight

Day 9: Yerevan - Transfer to Tbilisi

Breakfast. Yerevan sightseeing’s: Yerevan or the so-called “City of the Sun and Light” is
the capital city of Armenia, one of the most ancient and lively cities in the world. The capital
city is a major tourist destination thanks to its numerous landmarks, extensive nightlife, great
museums and lovely parks. One of the truly magnificent sights is Republic Square with
musical fountains: from early May till mid-autumn there is a fantastic singing-dancing
fountains show, accompanied by some great music of various genres. Another sight not to
be missed is Cascade Complex, a massive staircase that connects the upper and lower
parts of the city and features an array of statues crafted by renowned artists. Lots of
sidewalk cafes, restaurants, and beautiful artwork make this place a favorite spot for locals.
Transfer to Armenia-Georgia border. Overnight in Tbilisi

Day 10: Departure

Check-out from the hotel. Transfer to Tbilisi International Airport. End of the tour


Number of PAX                            2          4           6       10 
Price per pax in USD                  700      670     650    625 
Single supplement                      220   usd


Price includes:

1. All transfers (1-2 pax by sedan, 3-6 pax by minivan, 7-18 pax by Sprinter
passenger van);
2. Accommodation based on double/twin room sharing, breakfasts included
(Tbilisi Reikartz King Tamar or similar; Yerevan Konyak or similar);
3. Sightseeing tour program;
4. Entrance tickets to sights as per itinerary;
5. Separate 4x4 vehicle to Gergeti Triniry;
6. Bottled drinking water


Price does not include:

1. Full board;
2. Hotel charges for additional services;
3. Personal travel insurance;
4. Tips are not included but would be appreciated.

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