Best of Armenia and Georgia - 12 Days (CT-05)

This 12 day tour combines the best of Armenia and Georgia, two very different but equally rewarding countries. In both, you’ll discover centuries-old monasteries in breathtaking locations, fascinating museums, characterful cities and of course a landscape that’s as beautiful as it is varied. Taste Armenian brandy, learn how to bake lavash, explore underground cave cities, luxuriate in a thermal bath and visit a chaotic animal bazaar. Throughout, you’ll receive a typically warm Caucasus welcome in a region where hospitality means so much more than just polite and efficient service.
 
Vardzia
Sevan
Zvarnots
Echmiatsin
Noravank
Khor Virap
Geghard
Garni
Yerevan
Gori
Mtskheta
Tbilisi
Haghpat

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Day 1. Yerevan
Arrival in Yerevan. Transfer to the hotel. Overnight in Yerevan.
Day 2. Yerevan - Echmiadzin - Zvartnots - Yerevan
Yerevan city tour - we’ll begin in the history museum moving on to the Matenadaran Library. Afterwards, you’ll tour the city’s main sights. Later, we’ll make an excursion to the UNESCO-listed Armenian Catholic cathedral at Echmiadzin and to Zvartnots. Overnight in Yerevan. Driving distance: 55 km / 34 ml.
Day 3. Yerevan - Garni - Geghard - Yerevan
This morning we drive out to Garni. Stroll through the canyon and over the 9th century bridge to reach this pagan temple. Nearby, you’ll visit the legendary Geghard Monastery. We’ve also arranged a visit to a local house where you will help prepare a typical Armenian bread. Overnight in Yerevan. Driving distance: 75 km / 47 ml.
Day 4. Yerevan - Khor Virap - Noravank - Areni - Yerevan
Gregory the Illuminator introduced Christianity to Armenia and the monastery of Khor Virap is connected to this important figure. We also visit Noravank - a 12th century monastery nestled in a twisty gorge. Our last stop today is Areni Winery. Return to Yerevan. Overnight in Yerevan. Driving distance: 245 km / 153 ml.
Day 5. Yerevan - Sevan - Dilijan - Haghpat - Tbilisi
Today we'll drive to one of the largest high altitude freshwater lakes - Lake Sevan and will visit Sevanavank Monastery. From there we move on to what’s dubbed “Armenian Switzerland” and have a city tour of the delightful Dilijan. En route to the Georgian border, we’ll call in at Haghpat monastery. Meet your Georgian guide on the border and together drive to Tbilisi. Overnight in Tbilisi. Driving distance: 301 km / 188 ml.
Day 6. Tbilisi
Today during a city tour you’ll get to know the charming Georgian capital, Tbilisi, we will also visit the Georgian National Museum and stroll along bustling Rustaveli Avenue, the city’s main drag. Overnight in Tbilisi.
Day 7. Tbilisi - Mtskheta - Kutaisi
Visit Mtskheta - the ancient capital and religious centre of Georgia. Two important, UNESCO-listed sites are on the itinerary: the 6th century Djvari church and the 11th century Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. Afterwards, we drive to Kutaisi. Nearby, we’ll show you around Prometheus Cave. Overnight in Kutaisi. Driving distance: 265 km / 166 ml.
Day 8. Kutaisi - Gelati - Bagrati - Akhaltsikhe
Visit a local bazaar. Then we go to the Gelati Monastery and Academy Complex. Moving on, we’ll tour Bagrati Cathedral. From there, we’ll drive to our base tonight at Akhaltsikhe. Overnight in Akhaltsikhe. Driving distance: 213 km / 133 ml.
Day 9. Akhaltsikhe - Vardzia - Rabati Fortress - Akhaltsikhe
The incredible cave city of Vardzia is the highlight of today’s sightseeing programme. Later, we’ll stop off at Rabati Fortress where there’s an excellent ethnographic museum to check out. Overnight in Akhaltsikhe. Driving distance: 122 km / 76 ml.
Day 10. Akhaltsikhe - Borjomi - Gori - Uplistikhe - Tbilisi
This morning we’ll set our sights on Gori, breaking the journey with a wander through Borjomi Park. Visit Stalin's museum in Gori. Near Gori we'll explore another cave city - Uplistikhe before returning to Tbilisi. There, we’ll enjoy a traditional dinner accompanied by folk dancing. Overnight in Tbilisi. Driving distance: 240 km / 150 ml.
Day 11. Tbilisi
Having ticked off the must-sees, this day is free for you to explore Tbilisi at your own pace. Overnight in Tbilisi.
Day 12. Tbilisi
This morning marks the end of your Caucasus adventure. Transfer to the airport.
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Quick Facts
  • Season: Four Seasons
  • Starts: Yerevan
  • Ends: Tbilisi
  • Departs: Thursday
  • Duration: 12 days
  • Group Size: 2-10
  • Tour Grade:   Gentle

Akhaltsikhe Akhaltsikhe
Located in Southern Georgia, Akhaltsikhe translates as “new fortress” and the renovated Rabati Fortress is an important landmark in this part of the country. Containing... Read more
Areni Areni
Archaeological excavations at Areni-1 in 2007 uncovered several interesting finds, notably three pots containing human skulls. Inside one was what’s thought to be the oldest ... Read more
Dilijan Dilijan
Little Switzerland as it’s dubbed is a pretty resort and spa town located in the Dilijan National Park. Surrounded by the forested hills and Alpine meadows of the Lesser Cauc... Read more
Echmiatsin Echmiatsin
Renamed Vagharshapat a couple of decades ago, this is Armenia’s fourth largest city. The base of the Armenian Catholicos, it’s packed full of churches and has not one b... Read more
Garni Garni
One of Armenia’s must-see sights, the archaeological site of Garni features the remains of the temple and Roman-style baths built in 76 AD on the foundation of stone walls co... Read more
Geghard Geghard
North east of Garni, higher up the Azat Gorge, sits the Geghard Monastery. Its cathedral was constructed in 1215 though the monastery had been around for hundreds of years before t... Read more
Gori Gori
Gori, named after its hilltop fortress, dating back to the 7th century. Later, the city became an important trade hub. More recently, it was the birthplace of Joseph Stalin and the... Read more
Haghpat Haghpat
Along with nearby Sanahin Monastery, the Haghpat Monastery shares a place on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. This mediaeval monastery was founded by Queen Khosrovanuysh around ... Read more
Khor Virap Khor Virap
Khor Virap has immense significance to Armenian history. It was there that Grigor Lusavorich, or St Gregory the Illuminator as he later became, was imprisoned. Whilst behind bars, ... Read more
Kutaisi Kutaisi
In the days of the Golden Fleece, Kutaisi was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Colchis and it remains Georgia’s second largest city. The jewels in its crown are without ... Read more
Mtskheta Mtskheta
Another of Georgia’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Mtskheta’s long history dates back to before 1000BC. Once the capital of the Kingdom of Iberia, it’s located on ... Read more
Noravank Noravank
With its backdrop of the terracotta cliffs of the Amaghu River gorge, this monastery must have one of the most picturesque settings in all of Armenia. The monastery features the tw... Read more
Sevan Sevan
Lake Sevan is a popular summer beach resort. Visitors flock to its shores to enjoy the country’s only beaches and to take to the water for swimming, jet skiing, windsurfing a... Read more
Tbilisi - the Capital of Georgia Tbilisi - the Capital of Georgia
The Georgian capital straddles the banks of the Mtkvari River. Founded in the 5th century by King Vakhtang I Gorgasali, it contains many bath houses fed by the area’s natural... Read more
Uplistikhe Cave Town Uplistikhe Cave Town
Translating as “the Lord’s fortress”, Uplistsikhe is one of the oldest urban settlements in the country. This cave city near Gori was cut from the rock on the lef... Read more
Vardzia Vardzia
Near Akhaltsikhe, it’s well worth taking an excursion to Vardzia, a cave town founded in the 12th century which once housed a population of 50000; as well as people’s h... Read more
Yerevan - the Capital of Armenia Yerevan - the Capital of Armenia
Nicknamed the “pink city” on account of the widespread use of rose-coloured tuff rock in its architecture, the Armenian capital was founded way back in 782 BC. Modern Y... Read more
Zvartnots Zvartnots
The collapse of this ruined 7th century cathedral located just a few kilometres from Yerevan’s international airport remains a mystery. It was built at the place where King T... Read more

Day 1. Yerevan
You’ll arrive today in the Armenian capital Yerevan, where we’ve arranged a meet and greet at the airport. Transfer to the hotel and settle in to your accommodation. Overnight in Yerevan. (D)
Day 2. Yerevan - Echmiadzin - Zvartnots - Yerevan
Yerevan is one of the world’s oldest cities, older than Rome and London, for instance, and as a result it’s a fascinating place to explore. We’ll begin in the history museum to get an overview of the changes that have taken place over the years before moving on to the Matenadaran Library. With 17,000 rare manuscripts under its roof, this is one of the world’s oldest repositories of Greek, Persian and Arabic manuscripts. Afterwards, you’ll tour the city’s main sights including a look at the Singing Fountains of Republic Square and a visit to the Yerevan Brandy Company to taste its famous Ararat cognac. Later, we’ll make an excursion to the UNESCO-listed Armenian Catholic cathedral at Echmiadzin, dating from 303AD, and to Zvartnots and the Temple of Vigil Forces. Overnight in Yerevan. (B, D)
Day 3. Yerevan - Garni - Geghard - Yerevan
This morning we drive out to Garni. Stroll through the canyon and over the 9th century stone bridge spanning the Azat River to reach this pagan temple. It was originally constructed in the 1st century AD but was felled by a 1679 earthquake. Restoration in the 1970s has been faithful to its Greco-Roman architecture. Nearby, you’ll visit Geghard Monastery, which takes its name from the legendary lance that was used to pierce the body of Christ, kept here for centuries. The present complex was built in the mid 13th century but there was a monastery on this site centuries earlier. Afterwards, we’ve arranged a visit to a local house where you will have the chance to help prepare a typical Armenian bread known as lavash. Overnight in Yerevan. (B, D)
Day 4. Yerevan - Khor Virap - Noravank - Areni - Yerevan
Gregory the Illuminator introduced Christianity to Armenia and the monastery of Khor Virap is connected to this important figure in the country’s history. The monastery’s elevated position means visitors have a wonderful view across to Mount Ararat. Though this snow-capped peak is located in neighbouring Turkey, it is very special to Armenians. Continuing on, we visit Noravank - a 12th century monastery nestled beside sheer rock faces in a twisty gorge. Our last stop today is at the acclaimed Areni Winery. Viticulture has a long tradition in both Armenia and Georgia. You’ll have the chance to taste some of the wine and perhaps make a souvenir purchase. Overnight in Yerevan. (B, D)
Day 5. Yerevan - Sevan - Dilijan - Haghpat - Armenian-Georgian border - Tbilisi
One of the largest high altitude freshwater lakes on the planet, Lake Sevan is considered the pearl of Armenia. Surrounded by mountains, it sits at 2000 masl and is overlooked by the charming Sevanavank Monastery. You’ll have to climb lots of steps to reach the church and its khatchkhars – at this altitude, it’s quite literally breathtaking – but it’s utterly worth it when you take in the panoramic views. From there we move on to what’s dubbed “Armenian Switzerland” and have a city tour of the delightful Dilijan. En route to the Georgian border, we’ll call in at Haghpat monastery, one of the largest religious, cultural and educational centres of mediaeval Armenia. Meet your Georgian guide on the Armenian-Georgian border and together drive to Tbilisi. Dinner and overnight stay in Tbilisi. (B, D)
Day 6. Tbilisi
Today you’ll get to know the charming Georgian capital, Tbilisi. Its compact old town makes exploring a pleasure. We’ll tick off some of the main sights including the 13th century Methekhi church, 6th century Antchiskhati Church, 12th century Sioni cathedral and an ancient synagogue. Jumping on the cable car, we’ll ascend to the imposing Narikala Fortress and look down over the city. Back at the bottom, we’ll round off this introduction to Tbilisi with a visit to the Georgian National Museum and a stroll along bustling Rustaveli Avenue, the city’s main drag. Overnight in Tbilisi. (B, D)
Day 7. Tbilisi - Mtskheta - Kutaisi
Near Tbilisi you’ll find its predecessor Mtskheta, the ancient capital and religious centre of Georgia. Two important, UNESCO-listed sites are on the itinerary: the 6th century Djvari church and the 11th century Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. You’ll enjoy a fascinating guided tour of both locations. Afterwards, we drive three hours west to Kutaisi, Georgia’s second largest city. Nearby, we’ll show you around Prometheus Cave with its many stalactites and stalagmites. Overnight in Tskaltubo, a nearby spa town. (B, D)
Day 8. Kutaisi - Gelati - Bagrati - Akhaltsikhe
Early morning bazaars are an established part of life in the Caucasus region and we’ll begin today watching the animal traders and farmers carrying out their business. Today’s sightseeing kicks off properly at the Gelati Monastery and Academy Complex, which dates from the 12th century. Moving on, we’ll tour Bagrati Cathedral, also UNESCO-listed. From there, we’ll drive to our base tonight at Akhaltsikhe. Overnight in Akhaltsikhe. (B, D)
Day 9. Akhaltsikhe - Vardzia - Rabati Fortress - Akhaltsikhe
The incredible cave city of Vardzia is the highlight of today’s sightseeing programme. It dates from Georgia’s Golden Age and the complex comprises an astounding 300 or so caves. They were used as churches, refectories, wine cellars and dwellings. As we tour the complex, you’ll learn what it would have been like at the height of its popularity. Later, we’ll stop off at Rabati Fortress where there’s an excellent ethnographic museum to check out. Overnight in Akhaltsikhe. (B, D)
Day 10. Akhaltsikhe - Borjomi - Gori - Tbilisi
This morning we’ll set our sights on Gori, breaking the journey with a wander through Borjomi Park on the way. Gori’s most famous former resident is none other than the notorious Soviet leader Joseph Stalin and the museum which tells the story of his life is sure to hold our attention. Near Gori is another great cave city. You’ll have plenty of time to acquaint yourself with Uplistikhe cave city before we hit the road again, bound for Tbilisi. There, we’ll enjoy a traditional dinner accompanied by singing and folk dancing. Overnight in Tbilisi. (B, D)
Day 11. Tbilisi
Having ticked off the must-sees, this day is free for you to explore Tbilisi at your own pace. We’d recommend a visit to one of the city’s atmospheric thermal baths. You’ll spot their characteristic domes in several locations in the old town. There are plenty of excellent gift shops in which you can pick up a souvenir or perhaps you’ll enjoy a leisurely coffee in one of Tbilisi’s many lovely cafés. Overnight in Tbilisi. (B, D)
Day 12. Tbilisi
This morning marks the end of your Caucasus adventure in Armenia and Georgia. You’ll be picked up from the hotel for your airport transfer in good time to make your flight. (B)


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  1. All prices are per person, in British Pounds. All included services are listed in the tour overview section.
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  3. Price “Excluding flight” does not cover airfare, you are free to book your own flights.
  4. Single supplement goes towards single room accommodation.
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Hotel Cascade
Yerevan 3*
Hotel Tufenkian Historic
Yerevan 4*
Hotel Dolabauri
Tbilisi 3*
Hotel Coste
Tbilisi 4*
Hotel Sani
Kutaisi 3*
Hotel Tskaltubo Plaza
Kutaisi 4*
Hotel Tiflisi
Aklatsikhe 3*
Hotel Lomsia
Akhaltsikhe 4*



Hotel Cascade Yerevan 3*
Address: 10/10 Zarubyan street, Yerevan, Armenia
Telephone: +374 60 400 440

DESCRIPTION
Since opening in January 2013, the Cascade Hotel in Yerevan has been pleasing customers with its quality of accommodation and family atmosphere. Located an easy stroll from the Cascade Complex and also the Cafesjian Centre of Arts, many of the Armenian capital’s attractions are just a stone’s throw from the hotel.

The 25 well-equipped rooms at the Cascade Hotel are classically furnished and are en-suite.  They feature air conditioning, flat screen TV, phone and in room refrigerator. In addition there is free WiFi across the hotel.

The hotel’s restaurant serves both Armenian and international cuisine and there’s also a lounge bar where you’ll be able to sip a cocktail or relax with a glass of wine. In addition a range of services are provided including free parking to the front of the hotel, 24 hour currency exchange and an ATM.

FACILITIES
  • 24 hour reception
  • Room service
  • Private parking
  • Bar
  • ATM with currency exchange
  • Free internet access
PHOTOGALLERY
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Hotel Tufenkian Historic Yerevan 4*
Address: 48 Hanrapetutyan St, Yerevan, Armenia
Telephone: +374 93 94 78 88

DESCRIPTION
Opened in 2012, Tufenkian Historic Yerevan Hotel is the most recent of the Tufenkian Heritage hotels to open in Armenia. Conveniently located at the junction of Hanrapetutyan and Buzand Streets, the hotel is situated near Republic Square right at the heart of the action. This elegant boutique hotel sets style at the centre of its agenda yet doesn’t forget the importance of backing up aesthetics with good service.

The 85 rooms are equipped with designer fittings, satellite TV, minibar and furnishings chosen with comfort in mind.  It offers free WiFi and a seasonal outdoor pool. The hotel’s Kharpert Restaurant specialises in Armenian and Italian dishes; there’s also a bar lounge and a conference centre.

FACILITIES
  • 24 hour reception
  • Room service
  • Laundry service
  • Bar
  • Business centre
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Free internet access
PHOTOGALLERY
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Hotel Dolabauri Tbilisi 3*
Address: 1a Dolabauri Street, Tbilisi, Georgia
Telephone: +995 322 27 73 73

DESCRIPTION
Located on the north bank of the Mtkvari River a short distance from the main sights, the Hotel Dolabauri is close to public transport. It is a modern four star hotel which is decorated in a classic yet contemporary style. Every room is air-conditioned and have ensuite bathrooms; some have views of the river or the hills beyond the city. Amenities include flat-screen TV and a minibar.

The hotel has its own restaurant which serves both Georgian and European dishes. There’s also an on-site bar. Free WiFi and a 24 hour front desk add to guests’ convenience.

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Hotel Coste Tbilisi 4*
Address: 45a Merab Kostava Str, Tbilisi, Georgia
Telephone: +995 32 219 11 11

DESCRIPTION
The newly renovated Costé Hotel is an excellent choice for discerning guests. Featuring contemporary design, it places a firm emphasis on service as well as style. The hotel has many facilities aimed at enhancing guests’ stay, including a library and wine corner, free WiFi and free on-site parking. Its restaurant offers Georgian and European cuisine.
 
The 60 rooms are well equipped and have air conditioning, a seating area and flat screen TV with cable channels. The location just a short stroll from Rustaveli Avenue ensures you are at the centre of the action.

FACILITIES
  • 24 hour reception
  • 24 hour housekeeping
  • Concierge service
  • Business centre
  • Deposit boxes
  • Air-conditioning
  • Complimentary bikes rental
  • Free internet access
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Hotel Sani Kutaisi 3*
Address: 22 B D. Aghmashenebeli Avenue, Kutaisi, Georgia
Telephone: +995 571 77 75 34

DESCRIPTION
The Sani Kutaisi occupies a location within walking distance of Kutaisi’s central sights. It’s a short drive to Gelati Monastery, which can be found just 6.8 miles away. The comfortable rooms feature flat screen TV, desk, private bathrooms and free WiFi as standard. The hotel also provides other services such as laundry, luggage storage and a 24 hour front desk.

There’s an on-site coffee house and guests have the use of a shared kitchen should they wish to self cater. Kutaisi’s many restaurants are within easy reach.

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Hotel Tskaltubo Plaza Kutaisi 4*
Address: 15a Rustaveli St, Tskaltubo (near Kutaisi), Georgia
Telephone: +995 436 222 393

DESCRIPTION
Hotel Tskaltubo Plaza is located right in the centre of spa town Tskaltubo close to Kutaisi. It offers 76 rooms equipped with a tea and coffee maker, plasma TV, air conditioning, minibar, in-room safe, WiFi and telephone.
 
The hotel has its own restaurant serving both Georgian and European dishes and there’s also a terrace bar and patio area with live music, both perfect for relaxing.  The hotel offers a wide range of other facilities including a massage room, Finnish sauna and gym. There is car parking on site and free luggage storage.

FACILITIES
  • 24 hour reception
  • Room service
  • Private parking
  • Laundry services
  • Bar
  • Business centre
  • Medical treatments
  • Fitness centre
  • Sauna
  • Free internet access
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Hotel Tiflisi Aklatsikhe 3*
Address: 12 Aspindza Street, Akhaltsikhe, Georgia
Telephone: +995 568 11 11 88

DESCRIPTION
Rooms at the three star Hotel Tiflis are simply furnished in a contemporary style with modern bathrooms. Larger rooms feature a seating area with comfortable sofas. Situated in the centre of Akhaltsikhe, a ten minute walk to Rabati castle, the hotel has a bar and terrace as well as its own restaurant. Outside seating comes into its own in summer.

Rooms benefit from air conditioning, desk, kettle, flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and ensuite bathrooms with shower and hairdryer. There’s a 24 hour front desk and free WiFi.

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Hotel Lomsia Akhaltsikhe 4*
Address: 10 Kostava Str., Akhaltsikhe, Georgia
Telephone: +995 365 222 001

DESCRIPTION
Located right at the heart of historic Akhaltsikhe, the Lomsia hotel is within easy reach of the town’s attractions. There are 63 well-equipped rooms offering a configuration to suit any party. All have a private bathroom with bath or shower, satellite TV and telephone. 
 
The hotel offers high speed WiFi throughout the building and there are several public spaces designed to offer relaxation and refreshment. The Tamar restaurant offers a selection of delicious Georgian dishes while the terrace is perfect for people watching while sipping a morning coffee. There’s also a bar and lounge area.

FACILITIES
  • 24 hour reception
  • Private parking
  • Laundry service
  • Business centre
  • Conference room
  • Air-conditioning
  • Free internet access
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