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We provide touring services throughout Armenia that will make a lasting impression on you! Pick one of our tour packages or describe your perfect trip. We will take it from there.


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Armenian Highlights Tour

The Armenian highlights tour offers a comprehensive exploration of the country’s rich cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, and ancient historical sites, providing an immersive experience that showcases the best of Armenia

Cultural Heritage Tour

The Cultural Heritage Tour is a captivating exploration of Armenia’s diverse traditions, art, music, and cuisine, offering an enriching experience that celebrates the country’s vibrant cultural tapestry

History Exploration Tour

The History Exploration Tour is an immersive journey through Armenia’s past, offering a deep dive into the country’s ancient civilizations, medieval monasteries, and rich cultural heritage, providing a comprehensive understanding of its historical significance.

Armenian Highlights Tour

If you would pick just 1 tour in Armenia then this is the one to pick. It’s designed to provide a diverse cultural experience showcasing the best that Armenia has to offer.

  • Ancient Temples & Monasteries
  • Wine Tasting in Areni
  • Scenic Beauty of Lake Sevan
  • Countryside Retreat in Dilijan




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We’ve partnered with Center Hostel & Tours to provide you with a one stop shop Armenian experience.

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We support sustainable tourism practices

We encourage sustainable tourism practices aim to minimize the negative impact of tourism on the environment, culture, and local communities while maximizing the benefits

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  • Nature Conservation
  • Local Community Support
  • Cultural Preservation
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Custom-created routes to match your travel plans

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Will reveal some fun stories & answer your questions

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  • Areni winery and Noravank


    Areni winery and Noravank

    Noravank (lit. “New Monastery”) is situated 120 km (75 mi) South-East from Yerevan. It was built in 13th – 14th…

  • Haghpat, Sanahin, Odzun


    Haghpat, Sanahin, Odzun

    Haghpat Monastery Complex Haghpat Complex was built by the order of Queen Khosrovanuysh in the 10th century. It is located…

  • Tsaghkadzor



    Tsaghkadzor (lit. “Gorge of Flowers”) is a resort town located 60 km (37 mi) north-east from Yerevan, about 2 km (1.2…


Frequently asked questions

What is the best time to visit Armenia?
The best time to visit Armenia is during spring (April to June) and fall (September to October) when the weather is pleasant. Summer (July and August) is also popular, but it can be warmer. Winter (December to February) offers a unique experience with snow-covered landscapes.
What is the local currency, and are credit cards widely accepted?
The official currency is the Armenian Dram (AMD). Credit cards are widely accepted in major cities, but it’s advisable to carry some cash, especially when traveling to rural areas.
What language is spoken in Armenia?
The official language is Armenian. While many Armenians speak Russian, English is becoming more commonly spoken in tourist areas and among the younger population.
Are there any traditional Armenian dishes I should try?
Yes, Armenian cuisine is rich and diverse. Some must-try dishes include dolma, lavash (traditional bread), khorovats (barbecue), harissa, and various desserts like gata and baklava.
Do I need a visa to visit Armenia?
Many nationalities can enter Armenia visa-free for a certain period. However, it’s essential to check visa requirements based on your nationality. Visa information can be found on the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia.
Is it safe to travel in Armenia?
Armenia is considered a safe destination for tourists. The crime rate is low, and the local population is generally welcoming and friendly. Like any destination, it’s important to exercise common sense and take basic precautions.
What are the must-visit attractions in Armenia?
Some must-visit attractions include Yerevan’s Republic Square, Garni Temple, Geghard Monastery, Khor Virap, Lake Sevan, and the wine region of Areni. Each destination offers unique cultural, historical, or natural experiences.
What is the local etiquette and customs I should be aware of?
Armenians are known for their hospitality. It’s customary to greet people with a handshake and maintain eye contact. When visiting someone’s home, it’s polite to bring a small gift. Modest clothing is appreciated when visiting religious sites.

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