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Georgia and Armenia-One week in Caucasus

$165 / per person
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Georgia and Armenia
Day 1
Transfer from Tbilisi airport to the hotel.
06:00 PM First impression of Tbilisi-3-4 hours walking tour. 
After arriving in Tbilisi, this tour is the perfect thing to start your holiday. We are glad to give you the first impression of our capital city and give you many recommendations which will inspire you for the next few days. We start the walk from the Rose Revolution Square and go through Rustaveli avenue. We see Tbilisi’s most important and magnificent buildings, visit the heart of the city, and walk down to the old town, which is one of the hottest rising destinations for travelers in recent years. There’s not enough space in this paragraph to describe all the important sites of Old City, but with our friendly and knowledgeable guides, you can feel like you have a live google. We finish our tour with wine tasting, an absolute must-do on your first day in Georgia. Welcome to Tbilisi!
Overnight in Tbilisi
Day 2
08:30 AM Highlights of Caucasus mountains

The tour covers several breathtaking places along the way. We can Easily Say that this is the highlight of your trip to Georgia. You have so much fun with charming people laughing and dancing on the way. The groups here are international; you can meet many incredible people. (For solo travelers, it is a great option!). Remember, it is a long ride, but no worries, our guides always create the mood and the atmosphere of celebration with beautiful stories about Georgia. This ride is challenging even for our safe and experienced drivers in winter. We have some tips on what you should do in the winter. First, be prepared for freezing weather, take everything warm you have, and get good sleep the night before. Sometimes roads are blocked, and we cannot go beyond Gudauri, but in this case, we have more time to spend at Gudauri ski resort, where you can try many activities like paragliding ATV bikes, Horse riding, etc.

Overnight in Tbilisi
Day 3
09:00 AM Transfer from Tbilisi to Yerevan
06:00 PM First impression of Yerevan-3 hours walking tour
 This excursion covers around 20 points of interest in the center of Yerevan, plus detailed info about history, art, cuisine, architecture, culture and nightlife, etc. It takes you to the main sites and back alleys and hidden places, telling you stories about our 2804-years-young-city. It lasts around 3 hourswalking around 4 km.
Overnight in Yerevan
Day 4
08:30 AM All antiques in one day 

The tour will take you to the Areni – 1 “Birds” Cave. In 2008, archeologists discovered several of the world’s oldest artifacts, including a leather shoe and a winery. The site, overlooking Arpa River near the town of Areni, is claimed to date mostly to the Early Bronze Age (around 5,000-6,000 years ago). It also contains evidence of elaborate burial rituals and agricultural practices.

Another place that can’t be missed is Noravank. It is one of the gems of medieval Armenian architecture, nestled high among the stunning brick-red cliffs at the end of the Gnishik Canyon. Here you will see the one and only depiction of God the Father in Armenia, which is just as astonishing as the face of Jesus Christ that appeared on the dome of the Church’s narthex. Built by Orbelian noblemen, it stands out among our churches as the sepulcher of this noble family, making it unique since it was absolutely prohibited to bury people inside a church since the 5th century.

What concerns the “finishing touch” to this tour, you will be given a chance to taste and even purchase Armenia’s renowned Areni wine, made from the oldest grape variety in the whole world. The wine is available in several wineries in the actual town of Areni itself, which we will make a stop at before finishing the trip.

Overnight in Yerevan

Day 5-7
Free days.Transfer from Yerevan to Yerevan airport.
Airport transfers
All transportation
Guide service
Hotel pick-up and drop-off
Wine tasting
Food and drink
Optional local 4WD car from Kazbegi to Gergeti church.7 USD per person. 

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