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Duration 9 Nights/10 Days
Price Per Person Starts From 1,02,984 99,894
Flight Transfers Hotel Meals Sightseeing
Theme: Fun with Friends
Tour starts from Yerevan and finishes at Tbilisi
Places Covered
Yerevan, Van Ardi, Zvartnots, Echmiadzin, Khor Virap, Hin Areni, Sanahin, Haghpat, Tbilisi, Metekhi, Narikala, Shardeni, Kakheti, Alaverdi, Telavi, Batonis, Tsikhe, Sighnaghi, Tbilisi
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Gastronomic Tour to Armenia and Georgia will undoubtedly come to taste to real gourmets. The feasts in these two bright countries are considered to be an integral part of the culture, and the dishes beckon with their variety and aroma of local herbs and spices. During our tour you will taste the most popular dishes, try to cook them yourself, taste famous Georgian and Armenian wines, go down to the wine cellars and look at the oldest winery in the world. Moreover, you will have excursions to the most famous and ancient sights. Become our guests, enjoy the palette of new tastes and take vivid memories with you!


Day 1 - Arrival - Yerevan City Tour
After your arrival in Zvartnots Airport, we will organize a transfer to the hotel. The excursion will start with a city tour around the ancient 2800-year-old capital of Armenia, Yerevan. Some decades ago Alexander Tamanyan, the general architect of Yerevan drew the contemporary masterplan of the city which we can see today. The warm smiles of its inhabitants give the unique charm to this eternal city ancient and so young at the same time. The day will end with an excursion to the winery where you can taste different types of wine.
Overnight : Hotel in Yerevan.  
Meals : Dinner.

Day 2 - Echmiadzin - Van Ardi - Yerevan
This day begins with a visit to the Holy See of Echmiadzin, the religious center of all Armenians around the world. The tour will continue to Van Ardi wine factory where you can try the exquisite types of Armenian local wine. The winery belongs to the winemaker Varuzhan Muradyan who is a financier by education but has recently returned to his homeland from the USA with the intention to devote himself to winemaking. He admits that first, the winemaking was just a hobby for him: he attended some wine courses at the University of California and then went to France to learn more about the technology of French wine production. After a while, he got a burning desire to make Armenia famous not only for its cognac but also for elite wines that could take a worthy place among foreign competitors. Van Ardi wine was awarded the medals during the wine festival in Areni, as well as the brand got five gold and two silver medals in the course of the most important international venues - Mundus Vini. On the way back to Yerevan you will visit the ruins of Zvartnots Temple.
Overnight : Hotel in Yerevan.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch.

Day 3 - Khor Virap - Areni - Noravank - Yeghegnadzor
After breakfast, you will head to the south of Armenia to Khor Virap Monastery – the historic site located amidst the Ararat Valley. The monastery was built on the place of the royal prison in Artashat. Here in the royal prison Grigor Lusavorich was sentenced to death by Kind Trdat for preaching Christianity in Armenia in the 3rd century. Thre trip will continue to the winemaking region of Armenia where you will visit “Hin Areni” winery. After the degustation of chilled white wine, you will go up to the plateau, from the top of which opens a beautiful view of the city. In the valley of red rock where you will further travel, you will have an excursion around Noravank Monastery. But the most impressive sight of the third day is the cave Areni-1, where during archaeological excavations hold several years ago the most ancient traces of winemaking on the planet were found. The age of the grapes found on the bottom of local amphorae is about 6100 years!In the evening you will head to Yeghegnadzor town where you will meet Armen Khalatyan who founded “Old Bridge” winery.
Overnight : Hotel in Yeghegnadzor.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch.

Day 4 - Sevan - Selim Pass - Gavar - Dilijan
After breakfast, you will travel with a few stops to the azure Lake Sevan – the pearl of Armenian nature. The first stop will be at the Selim Pass near the caravanserai built in the XIV century. Then you will go down to the lake and visit cheese maker Arman who soaks his cheeses in wine, mixes them with herbs and experiments with varieties of mold. This day you will also try Armenian sweet baklava – the famous sweet of Gavar town. And of course, for lunch, you will have the famous Sevan fish. The tour will continue to the resort town of Dilijan known for its amazing nature. After walking around the resort, you will have a free evening.
Overnight : Hotel in Dilijan.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch.

Day 5 - Haghartsin - Sanahin - Haghpat - Tbilisi
After breakfast at the hotel, you will have a trip to the monastery of Haghartsin located among mountains covered with dense forests. The tour will continue to the winery in Ijevan town. After the excursion and wine degustation, you will also visit the Sanahin and Haghpat monasteries, which were the centers of the scientific and educational life of medieval Armenia. Today these complexes are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Both monasteries were important centers for scientists, and many famous manuscripts were written here in the Middle Ages. After the transfer to the Armenian-Georgian border you will head to Tbilisi.
Overnight : Hotel in Tbilisi.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch.

Day 6 - Tbilisi - Metekhi - Narikala - Shardeni - Mtatsminda
On the sixth day you will have a sightseeing tour around Tbilisi, which will begin with a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts. This day you will see the Metekhi Church, the Bridge of Peace, have a trip by the cable car to the Narikala fortress, and visit the famous complex of royal sulfur baths of the 17th-19th centuries. You can rest and drink coffee on Shardeni Street, which is famous for its cozy cafes and souvenir shops. The tour will end with a pleasant journey by cable car to Mount Mtatsminda.
Overnight : Hotel in Tbilisi.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch.

Day 7 - Mtskheta - Svetitskhoveli - Mukhrani - Tbilisi
In the morning you will go to the ancient city of Mtskheta and go up the hill to the monastery of Jvari, from where opens a splendid view of the confluence of the Aragvi and Kura rivers. The tour will continue to the Svetitskhoveli Temple – the XI century cathedral, the main cathedral of Georgia. This day you will also visit the Mukhrani Castle and get a full overview of the traditions and secrets of Georgian winemaking. Moreover, you will go down to the cellars, stroll in the beautiful gardens and see the famous Georgian vineyards. In the evening you will return to Tbilisi.
Overnight : Hotel in Tbilisi.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch.

Day 8 - Kakheti - Alaverdi - Nekresi - Khareba - Telavi
In the morning you will travel to Kakheti - a picturesque region, which is famous for the production of magnificent Georgian wines which are produced by special ancient technologies. Here you will visit the monastery of Alaverdi founded in the VI century by the Assyrian monk Joseph Alaverdeli. The monastery is famous for its unique wine cellars and millennial traditions of winemaking. The monastery keeps ancient huge jugs kvevri in which Georgians infuse wine. Further, you will visit the monastery complex of Nekresi located in the valley of the Alazani River. After that, you will have an excursion to the Khareba wine factory, wine tasting and a master class on making the famous Georgian bread shoti and the Georgian churchkhela. You will stay in Telavi town for an overnight.
Overnight : Hotel in Telavi.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch.

Day 9 - Telavi - Batonis-Tsikhe - Sighnaghi - Tbilisi
Đ¢his day you will have an excursion around Telavi - the center of the Kakheti region and the center of the country’s winemaking. Here you will visit the fortress of Batonis-Tsikhe - the house-museum of King Irakli II, beloved Georgian king and the estate Tsinandali which belonged to the famous dynasty of Chavchavadze. The estate is known for its beautiful labyrinthine garden planted with exotic trees. Here is stored a magnificent collection of Georgian and European wines and you can taste four kinds of wine and, of course, the famous white dry wine Tsinandali. Then you will walk along the small cozy town of Sighnaghi, which is called the “town of love”. In the evening you will return to Tbilisi.
Overnight : Hotel in Tbilisi.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch.

Day 10 - Departure
Transfer to the airport, departure.


Inclusions in tour are as follows:

  • Airport transfers.
  • Accommodation for 9 nights (3* hotels/double rooms).
  • Breakfast, lunch.
  • English speaking guide services.
  • Comfortable vehicle during the tour.
  • All entrance fees.
  • 1 bottle (0,5 litre) of water per day per person.
  • Wine tasting.

Followings are not included in tour:

  • Flights.
  • Medical insurance.
  • Visa Fee.
  • Single supplement.
  • 4* supplement.