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Armenia Tours & Holidays

Discover a unique culture and explore the adventures that await, whilst indulging in traditional local cuisine on our Armenia Tours.

Located in the heart of the Caucasus, this beautiful mountainous land is yet to be touched by mainstream tourism. Whilst its neighbouring countries, Georgia and Azerbaijan grow in popularity, Armenia stayed quiet, but maybe not for long.

The fact that Armenia has its own alphabet speaks volumes about the rich culture and fierce independence of this small country. Armenia was the first country to fully adopt Christianity in 301 AD. Today, its landscapes are scattered with an enthralling collection of ancient churches and medieval monasteries. With a history that has been complex and at times tragic, Armenia is full with a richness and resilience that is hard to beat.

The tree-lined streets and stylish architecture of Yerevan provides an intriguing contrast to the towering presence of Mount Ararat. which can be seen from most places in the Armenian capital city. Reputedly the final resting place of Noah’s Ark, this iconic mountain sets the tone for the biblical overtones that seem to infuse the towns and villages of this fascinating country.

Adventure awaits in the lush forests of the north and the craggy mountains to the south. The rich mix of flora and fauna compliments an ever-changing landscape that provides an ideal backdrop for walkers, nature lovers and culture buffs alike.

Why Not Try A Tailor-Made Armenia Trip?

A tailor-made Armenia holiday is perfect if our group tour dates don’t suit, you’d like to adjust the itinerary, or you’d simply prefer a private Armenia holiday with a group of friends or family. We can tailor almost any holiday to suit you, with handpicked hotels, guides and excursions to meet all your travel needs.

To find out more click here or talk to one of our tailor-made specialists on 020 8741 7390 (UK & EU) or 877 725 6674 (US)

Key Highlights From Our Armenia Tours

  • Explore Khor Virap monastery, set in the shadow of Mount Ararat
  • Hike, bike or horseback ride in the Tavush Region, known as Armenia’s Switzerland
  • Visit ancient ruins and cave village in Nagorno Karabagh
  • Observe Sunday mass at Echmiadzin, Armenia’s spiritual heart
  • Enjoy rural guesthouse hospitality in Armenia’s mountains
  • Ride the world’s longest reversable cable car to Tatev Monastery
  • Drive over the 2400m high Selim Pass with its green pastures and shepherds
  • Marvel at the presence of Mount Ararat, looming over the city of Yerevan
  • Seek out the hidden Haghartsin monastery
  • Stroll the avenues of Yerevan and drink coffee in its cafes