The Natural Beauty of Armenia tour with SATI includes:
Meeting and greeting at the airport.
City tour including main highlights of the city.
Tour to Khor, Virap -Khor Virap monastery is one the most popular destination in Armenia for a number of reasons first where opens a wonderful panorama to the Biblical Mt Ararat Areni (wine tasting in Areni village) Noravank monastery of XIII century. Here you will enjoy the towering cliffs on both sides of the Noravank Canyon.
Visit Qarahunge (the Armenian Stonehenge) Zorats Karer, also called Karahunj or a prehistoric archaeological site near the city of Sisian in the Syunik province of Armenia. O/N in the Goris.
Depart Sisian, Tatev, Tatev Monastery VIII the century monastery located on a large basalt plateau near the Tatev village in Syunik Province in southeastern Armenia which is one of the highlights in the country, because here you can use the world’s largest cable car. Then visit Jermuk spa town O/N in Yerevan
Drive to the North of the country. Visit Lake Sevan, Dilijan spa town, Parz lake optional riding zip line, Goshavank monastery, and drive to Vanadzor city Dsegh. O/N Dsegh.
Drive to Hagpat and Sanahin monasteries both monasteries under the protection of UNESCO, on the way back visit Gntunik where you can see how Armenian bread lavash is baked, hear you can try many sweets and dishes. Back to Yerevan. O/N in Yerevan.
Tour the Garni Temple and Geghard monastery, back to Yerevan. There are many things to see when traveling to these ancient monuments, one of them the road itself, surrounded by amazing landscape and nature, the road to Geghard and Garni one of the most beautiful in Armenia. O//N in Yerevan.
Tour to Zvartnots, Echmiatsin, Sardarapat, and back to Yerevan.
Echmiatsin is the fourth-largest city in Armenia, one of the historic capitals of Armenia, and the spiritual center of the Armenians, as it is the seat of the Catholicos of All Armenians, the head of the Armenian Apostolic Church. Then the ruins of Zvartnots temple. At the end lunch in Machanets tun. O/N Yerevan.