Wander to Georgia/Armenia (2019)
Situated at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, these two countries make for a rich and thrilling adventure. From the kindness of its people to excellent food and wine, from dramatic landscapes and UNESCO heritage sites to time-tested cultures and fascinating history, it won’t be long before Georgia and Armenia are on the bigger travel radar.
This tour takes you to a long list of stunning, intriguing sights, while also spending time with the local people that call these countries home. If you want to go beyond the main trail for a deeper understanding of these destinations, and to have such a fun time doing so…
…let’s go to Georgia and Armenia!
Activities (this is not everything, just a general idea!):
Yerevan – orientation, city tour, Zvartnots cathedral, Echmiadzin and Arinj village
Areni – Khor Virap monastery, local activities
Goris – Zorats Karer, Tatev monastery, homestay experience
Dilijan – Sevan lake, Noratus tombstones, Sevanavank
Tbilisi – border crossing, city tour, ancient capital of Mtskheta
Gori – Uplistsikhe caves, Stalin museum, Gori fortress
Stepantsminda/Kazbegi – 4WD tour to Gergeti Sameba church, homestay
What other travelers say
About Masha »
Guide for: Kyrgyzstan, Iran
I was born in the USSR and for as long as I remember I wanted to travel to England. Imagine my surprise when in 2006 I found myself in Beijing at a tour leader training for an Australian travel company. Since then I’ve travelled and led tours all over Southeast, South, North and West Asian countries.
My passion is the Silk Road region with its history and diversity of cultures. I love old caravanserais, long drives through the countryside, history museums with 4,000 year old (and older) artifacts, and the great variety of food the region offers. My Kindle is full of history books, I always carry a can of Tiger Balm and I am one of those people who climbs every staircase for a better view and buys ice-cream at every station during a train ride. And with all my travels I actually haven’t made it to England yet!
Physical Level: Medium
While the tour itself is not very strenuous, please note that it can involve the following: somewhat long days, a good amount of walking, windy mountain roads, early morning wake-ups and other similar scenarios.
- Accommodation (twin share)
- Transportation within Georgia and Armenia
- All activities and entrance fees
- Local guides
- Breakfast every day
- 8 lunches/dinners
- Flights to/from Armenia/Georgia
- Meals and activities not mentioned
- Travel insurance
- Passport/visa fees
Prices are based on twin-share. Solo travelers of the same gender will be paired together in a room with two beds. We will be using mid-range guesthouses/hotels of good quality that offer comfortable facilities. (If you wish to have your own room, the single supplement cost is $350 USD.)
Subject to change – All itineraries are subject to change due to unforeseen situations. Read more »