Georgia Armenia Tour from Dubai

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Journey through the Caucasus: Georgia and Armenia Tour from Dubai

Are you on a quest for cultural and social traditions? Then, Armenia and Georgia should be included in that list. Armenia and Georgia, two of the world’s oldest Christian nations, are dotted with special historical sites, and each has its own unique culinary traditions. On this six-day tour of Georgia and Armenia, you will discover the history and culture of these two nations, visit historic churches and monasteries, prepare traditional foods from both countries’ cuisines, including everything from meat to dessert, and taste them. Visit all of the breathtaking sites in Georgia and Armenia. On this tour, you will learn more about Yerevan and Tbilisi, the capital cities of Georgia and Armenia, respectively. And not to mention the well-known sights in Kazbegi, Gudauri, Mtskheta, Jvari, Khor Virap, Garni, Sevan Lake, Tsahkadzor Rop Way, and other places! You will comprehend why Georgia and Armenia are so unique after taking this enjoyable trip between Tbilisi and Yerevan. Discover what it’s like to be genuinely amazed while travelling. Experience true freedom in the mountains and join the prehistoric peoples. Families and friends will love this
Armenia and Georgia tour package from Dubai.


AED 3990.00 Per Adult on Double sharing basis

AED 3970.00 Per adult on Triple sharing basis

AED 4890.00 Per adult on Single sharing basis

AED 3850.00 Per child with an extra bed

AED 3190.00 Per child with no bed

AED 700.00 Per infant


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  • Meet and Greet by a Representative upon Arrival in Yerevan Get a ride to the hotel.
  • The trip will begin with Mother Armenia, a woman who represents Armenia. Her most well-known artistic representation is a monumental statue in Victory Park, which overlooks Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia.
  • Then, the trip will descend the enormous Cascade staircase to the Matenadaran, an archive for antiquarian manuscripts, a research centre, and a museum in Yerevan, Armenia.
  • After continuing to the Opera House and taking the pedestrian route along North Avenue, we will arrive at Republic Square. It is one of the world’s richest repositories of mediaeval manuscripts and books that cover a wide range of subjects, including history, medicine, literature, art history, philosophy, and cosmography in Armenian and many other languages.
  • The tour will then continue to Tsitsernakaberd, a memorial for genocide victims, after which we’ll visit the White House, the National Academy, and the Parliament Building.
  • You will go to the Tsitsernakaberd Genocide Memorial and Museum, the Park of Victory, the Cascade, the Mother Armenia Monument, and Republic Square.


  • Breakfast in the hotel
  • The same-named village in the Kotayk District is where the fortress of Garni is located. That was a stronghold that was well-known from the records (Cornelius Tacitus, Movses Khorenatsi, etc.). The buildings of Garni combine aspects of Hellenistic and local culture, which is proof of the ancient influences and unique building customs of the Armenian people.
  • The artistic value and distinctiveness of its monuments place Garni among the most notable works of world-class architecture. Around the middle of the first century B.C., the temple was built. It was dedicated to a pagan deity, most likely Mitra, the sun deity, whose figure stood in the sanctuary’s depths. The temple was probably used by the kings as a summer retreat after Christianity was made the official state religion of Armenia in 301. It is referred to as “a house of coolness” in a chronicle.
  • The Azat (Garni) River and its confluent Goght are divided by Garni Canyon. The canyon’s beautiful natural rocks, which are composed of uniform hexagonal cylinders, are what draw people in. From the canyon’s lowest point all the way up to its highest point, these rocks are present. The song’s title is either “Basalt Organ” or “Symphony of Stones.” The “Symphony of Stones” is listed as a natural landmark. This tour cannot be planned using a large bus.
  • The trip will keep going to the monastery at Geghard. Geghardavank also referred to as “Ayrivank,” or the cave monastery, is located 28 kilometres south-east of Yerevan in a beautiful canyon. The Katoghike main church was constructed as a domed hall in 1215. Between 1225 and 1230, the narthex was connected to the west. The father and son Proshians/Khaghbakyans used a solid rock to carve out the remaining portions of the monastery. Architect Galdzak sculpted the first church in 1282. The nearby narthex and the second church of St. Godmother date to 1283. Another rock-carved structure, the mausoleum of Papak and his wife, Rousukan, is located on the second level (1288). 
  • In a hotel for the night


  • Breakfast in the hotel (Parz Lake or Haghartsin Monastery; concerns about weather conditions in wintertime).
  • The Armenian word for “valley of flowers” or “flower canyon” is “tsaghkadzor.” The town is renowned as a major skiing and tourism destination, with more than a dozen ski runs and an important chairlift with five stations.
  • Located on the western side of Mount Teghenis, 1966–2819 metres above sea level, is the armchair ropeway of Tsaghkadzori. The ride will take a ropeway here to the Kecharis monastery. In the Armenian ski resort town of Tsakhkadzor, 60 kilometres from Yerevan, is the Kecharis Monastery, a mediaeval monastic complex dating from the 11th to the 13th centuries. 
  • The tour will continue to Lake Sevan. The northeastern region of Armenia, at a height of 1900 metres above sea level, is home to Lake Sevan, known as the “pearl of Armenia.” Many seasoned travellers believe that Sevan is the most mountainous and stunning of all the lovely lakes in the world, and it is here that we will visit the Sevanavank church. The blue pearl of Armenians, Lake Sevan, is found in the Gegharkunik region, where Sevanavank Monastery is situated. This region is well-known in Armenia. 
  • The Sevan Peninsula is home to two churches. Together, these two churches, which were constructed in 874 AD, make up the Sevanavank Monastery.  Although it might be a stretch to refer to Dilijan as the “Switzerland of Armenia,” the alpine region has undeniably beautiful scenery and a very comfortable climate. The town is surrounded by lush oak and hornbeam forests, and in the distance are snow-capped mountains, so there is undoubtedly enough natural beauty to stimulate creative thought. In the summer, residents of the town herd cattle down from mountain pastures while also collecting mushrooms and mountain herbs from the dense deciduous forests. There are many steep tiled roofs and wooden beams in the local architecture, as well as some adorable gingerbread-style buildings.
  • A small, lovely lake called Parz Lich is situated at an elevation of 1400 metres above sea level in the Dilijan National Park. The distance from the city of Dilijan to the lake is about 7 kilometres, so you can drive there or even walk through the forest. This location is very charming all year round, and the forest changes colours according to the season, which is good for me. Don’t forget to bring a camera and take some fantastic pictures there. Although it is a very serene location that is perfect for those who simply want to unwind and rest, there is also a zip line for thrill-seekers who can take in the lake’s beauty as they travel along the rope above them.
  • The goal of this facility is to breed Caucasian red deer and reintroduce them to Armenia by re-releasing them into Dilijan National Park. We’ll also visit Deer’s Park near Parz Lake (if it is open, check before the guests visit). Three Caucasian Red Deer were transferred from Iran to the facility in March 2018, and more transfers are scheduled for the rest of the year. Visitors to the centre are permitted to feed the deer, but they must do so from outside the deer enclosure.
  • Spend the night at a hotel in Tbilisi.


  • You can visit Tbilisi at any time of the year and never be unimpressed; it is one of the most beautiful cities in all of Europe. Every turn in Tbilisi offers you new secrets, and each building has its own history, thanks to the city’s unique blend of original architecture and natural beauty. Quaint alleyways, renowned balconies, patios, and historic churches Georgia is located in the incredibly diverse Caucasian region, sandwiched between Europe and Asia, and Tbilisi is a veritable exhibition of Georgian history, culture, and architecture. You won’t know where you are in space or time when you arrive in Tbilisi by plane.
  • From Metekhi, take in the views of the historic area and the Mtkvari River. Did you know? Tbilisi’s founding legend is linked to the city’s natural hot springs and a pheasant that perished in one of the city’s distinctive Italian courtyards or its intricately designed church. The pheasant is a symbol of Tbilisi culture because of this. The Georgians themselves refer to their country as “Saqartvelo,” and the houses on the slopes match the relief. of the terraced mountains that are positioned closely next to one another. You can clearly see them climbing the slopes of the hills on both banks and clumping close to the rocky precipices if you look at the city from Mount Mtsatminda.
  • One of the nation’s oldest cities and its first capital is Mtskheta. The city is situated at the meeting point of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers, amidst rocky mountains. Unesco has designated Mtskheta’s historic structures as a World Heritage Site. Only a few miles separate the city from Tbilisi. The city is frequently referred to as the “Second Jerusalem” because it contains many significant religious, historical, and cultural sites for the Georgian people. In fact, Mtskheta is the only location in Georgia where such a concentration of significant historical sites can be found so close to one another. It was a hub of early Christian activity and the location where Georgia officially made Christianity its official religion.
  • The Svetithkhoveli Cathedral, whose name translates to “the Living Pillar,” is Mtskheta’s main draw. Everyone will be fascinated by this location’s history because, according to a legend, Christ’s robe or Christ’s mantle is buried beneath it. The Georgian Orthodox Church has many artefacts and treasures on display inside the cathedral.
  • A Georgian Jew named Elias, who was from Mtskheta, is said to have been in Jerusalem in the first century, during the time that Jesus was crucified. At Golgotha, Elias obtained the robe of Jesus from a Roman soldier and transported it to Georgia. When he arrived back in his hometown, he was greeted by his sister Sidonia, who, upon touching the robe, instantly passed away as a result of the emotions the holy object had stirred. She was buried with the robe because she was unable to free herself from its hold. The cathedral still holds Sidonia’s grave along with Christ’s robes. The Georgian Orthodox Church’s primary residence is Svetitskhoveli Cathedral.
  • One of the most remarkable structures from mediaeval Georgia is Jvari (Monastery of the Holy Cross, VI century), which is situated on Mount Armazi at the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers and overlooks the historical town of Mtskheta. The view from the top is absolutely captivating. On the site of the monastery, a druidic temple allegedly stood. Saint Nino built a sizable wooden cross here at the mountain’s summit after Georgia converted to Christianity in the early fourth century, demolishing a pagan temple as a sign of Georgia’s baptism.
  • Legend has it that the cross can perform miracles, drawing pilgrims from all over the Caucasus, the United States, and other countries. Over the remains of the wooden cross, a small church known as the “Small Church of Jvari” was built. Most people believe that the current structure, also known as the “Great Church of Jvari,” was constructed later. Although it is well known that during the invasions, Georgia’s churches were repeatedly destroyed, Jvari arrived to us largely undamaged. Without exaggeration, Jvari Temple is widely regarded as the most popular monument in Georgia and one of the most remarkable examples of ancient Georgian architecture. It is seen as an everlasting emblem of the country’s creative genius. Jvari has been a World Heritage Site since 1994.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel.4



  • Breakfast is served at the hotel, located on the Georgian Military Highway leading into the high Caucasus Mountains to the north.
  • You will be taken to Ananuri Fortress, which served as the Argveti Dukes’ former home, by our knowledgeable tour guide. A wonderful place to stop before travelling to Kazbegi so you can explore the area and take some pictures of the breathtaking view. Complex with churches and towers dating to the XVI-XVII cc. Kazbegi is a fantastic location, particularly for ice climbing and mountaineering, but it is accessible to all types of visitors throughout the year.
  • The third-highest mountain in Georgia, Kazbegi Mountain (or Mkinvartsveri), is surrounded by myths and religious traditions. You can travel to Kazbegi in about 2.5 hours from Tbilisi. It is a remarkable location, with stunning views of Stepantsminda and Mount Kazbeg from the church. Sepantsminda is charming and a great place to start your exploration of the area because it has many guesthouses where the residents will treat you like family. Enjoy Kazbeg’s breathtaking scenery and amazing natural surroundings. Visit the location that is surrounded by religious traditions and myths.
  • Pass by the Ananuri Castle Complex, the Jhinvali Water Reservoir, the Gudauri Ski Resort, Stepantsminda, and the Gergeti Trinity Church, which is a stunning, rustic church with mountain views.
  • To get to the church, which is at a height of 2170 metres, we will switch to a four-wheel drive vehicle and take in the breathtaking views of Mount Kazbegi. (Additional fee). Continue travelling along the Georgian Military Highway as you pass through the 18-kilometre-long Dariali Gorge, an impossibly narrow mountain gorge that runs from Stepantsminda to the Russian border. One of the most amazing roads in the world, with 1,000+ metre-high cliff faces, mediaeval watchtowers, waterfalls, and wildlife. Bird watching is excellent in the gorge’s steep valleys on either side, among the rocky outcrops, eagles, hawks, and the enormous griffon vultures all nest. Spend the night in a hotel in Tbilisi.


  • After a memorable trip, have breakfast at the hotel and check out.

Package Includes

  • Airline return tickets
  • 20 kg of luggage
  • Private airport transfers
  • Accommodation
  • 3N Hotel Europe Yerevan or a comparable stay
  • Double standard
  • Everyday breakfast
  • 3N: Stay at the comparable Hotel Sole Palace in Tbilisi.
  • Everyday breakfast
  • Touring
  • Geghard & Garni
  • A City Tour of Yerevan
  • Garni Temple
  • Admission Charge
  • Sevan Dilijan Parz Lake Tsahkadzor Lake
  • The ropeway of Tsahkadzor
  • Discover Tbilisi with the Mtshketa Tour
  • A full-day tour of Kazbegi Gudauri
  • 4×4 Jeep Kazbegi
  • Private transfers from Yerevan to Tbilisi
  • A qualified English-speaking driver or guide
  • Insurance for travel
  • Private tours and transportation
  • Water while on tours.
  • All Tax.

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  • Prices are based on availability.
  • The above is just a quote; no reservations have been made.
  • Peak season surcharges might be necessary on certain dates.
  • Without prior notice, the itinerary is subject to change or substitution.
  • For any unused services or sightseeing, there won’t be any refunds.
  • When carrying out the tour arrangements, we shall not be held liable or responsible for any damages, loss, baggage loss, breakdown, injury, accident, death, or irregularity that may result from weather conditions, strikes, war, quarantine, or any other cause whatsoever. The passengers are required to cover any losses or costs of this nature.
  • In the event that any of the above-mentioned hotels are unavailable, alternative lodging will be arranged in a hotel of a comparable category.
  • Unless specifically mentioned in the itinerary, meals and services are not included.
  • You are solely responsible for confirming that you have the paperwork needed for your trip and visa.
  • The hotel’s check-in and check-out times are always 1400 and 1500 hours, respectively. Early check-in and late checkout, unless otherwise specified in the inclusion column, are subject to availability.
  • The hotel does not issue refunds for late check-ins or early check-outs. Activities are optional: e.g., skiing, paragliding, etc. In the event of deportation or for any other reason, a strict cancellation policy will be in place, with no waivers or refunds being possible.

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