Armenia Tours & Trips

Find the right tour for you through Armenia. We've got 90 tours going to Armenia, starting from just 3 days in length, and the longest tour is 15 days. The most popular month to go is September, which has the most number of tour departures.

90 Armenia holiday packages with 27 reviews

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Highlights

  • Tour the pagan temple at Garni, marvel at the architectural wonders of Geghard Monastery, Tatev Monastery and the UNESCO protected remains at Haghpat and Sanahin. Sit in profound silence at the Mother See of Etchmiadzin, the heart of Armenian Catholicism.
  • Take a peek into the country’s cultural highlights at the museums, galleries and libraries of Yerevan, Armenia’s capital city.
  • Go paragliding over the sandy beaches and sweet water lakes of Lake Sevan or fish for famous salmon trout in the crystal clear waters of the lake.
  • Hike or trek across the volcanic Geghama Mountain Range and observe Yezidi lifestyle in timeless villages along the way before reaching the summit of the Azhdahak Volcano.
  • Explore the dazzling limestone caves at Vayots Dzor. Marvel at cave dwellings carved into the hillsides near Goris.
  • Experience the thrill of cross country skiing in the winter wonderland of the Lake Arpi National Park.
  • Go for an invigorating walk amidst a pine forest landscape at the Dilijan National Park.
  • Climb Mount Ararat, Armenia’s tallest and most revered mountain.

Tips

  • Cycling is a good way to explore the countryside especially for travelers who are fit and can handle inclines.
  • The monastery at Khor Virap is a great place from where you can enjoy a great view of Mount Ararat.
  • Check with your tour guide before you venture out to explore remote caves.
  • Dress modestly when visiting churches and other religious centers. Lighting candles in churches is optional but appreciated.
  • Consider visiting monasteries even if you are not religiously inclined since they are set in places of stunning natural beauty and are well worth the effort.
  • Try to avoid buying bottled water as tap water is safe enough to drink and can be filled in reusable canteens or bottles.
  • Russian and Armenian are the two most-widely spoken languages here. Opt for a guided tour to overcome communication difficulties.
  • Avoid discussing the sensitive topics of Azerbaijan and Nagorno - Karabakh with local people. Russian and Slavic culture is very revered here.

Armenia Holiday and Vacation Packages Reviews

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    CLASSIC Tour in Armenia
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    Armenia 8 days / 7 nights
  • "The trip was awesome! Armenia provides a timeless library and garden of knowledge,..."
    Highlights of Armenia - Semi Private tour