Daily trips (one day tours) in Armenia

ExploreArmenia.am company offers you a choice of exciting group and individual one-day tours in Armenia with professional guides. All excursions in Armenia are focused on leaving the capital – Yerevan. Our daily tours in Armenia from Yerevan include comfortable transport, qualified guides, interesting routes. We are sure that positive emotions will remain in your heart for life! Armenia is a country you can fall in love with!

Garni Temple - Symphony of stones - Geghard monastery

The daily tour in Armenia we will start with a trip to pagan Garni Temple built in the 1st century by the Armenian King Tiridates I and dedicated to the God of the Sun Mihr. According to the history, this temple was built on the money of the Roman emperor…
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Khor Virap monastery – Noravank monastery – Areni - Tatev monastery

The Khor Virap ("deep dungeon") is an Armenian monastery located in the Ararat plain, near the closed border with Turkey, Ararat Province. The monastery was host to a theological seminary and was the residence of Armenian Catholicos. Khor Virap's (6 metres deep and 4.4 metres wide) notability as…
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Wings of Tatev ropeway - Tatev monastery - Khndzoresk (Cave town)

The Tatev Monastery is a 9th-century Armenian Apostolic monastery located on a large basalt plateau near the Tatev village in Syunik Province in southeastern Armenia. The monastic ensemble stands on the edge of a deep gorge of the Vorotan River. According to tradition, Tatev Monastery is named…
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Akhtala monastery - Haghpat monastery - Sanahin monastery - Odzun church

Odzun Church is an Armenian basilica constructed around the 5th–7th century in the Odzun village of the Lori Province. The first church appeared here in the 6th century. In the 8th century it was reconstructed by Hovhannes III Odznetsi who served as the katholikos between 717 and 728 and was...
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Alphabet’s square – Aragats Mountain (Lake Kari) – Amberd Tower

The Armenian alphabet was created in 405-406 AD by scientist and monk Mesrop Mashtots. The key of the creation was the ancient Armenian language, consisted of 28 letters, which absolutely didn’t correspond to the sounds range of the Armenian language. Mashtots’ alphabet consists of 36 letters. 7 of them transmit…
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Lake Sevan – Sevanavank monastery

One-day tour in Armenia we will start in the morning and set off to the pearl of Armenia – blue lake Sevan. Sevan is a freshwater lake in the Armenian highlands. It is the largest lake in the Caucasus. It is guaranteed as the largest source of fresh water in the region.

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Sardarapat Memorial - Etchmiadzin Cathedral - st. Gayane & Hripsime churches - Zvartnots temple

Sardarapat Memorial is a symbol of pride and survival, the Memorial marks the place of Armenia's successful last-ditch effort to save the nation from obliteration at the hands of the Turks in the Battle of Sardarapat on May 22–26, 1918. The entrance is flanked by huge winged oxen made of…
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Aruchavank - The Cathedral of Talin - Gyumri - Sev Berd – Harichavank

Aruchavank or the Cathedral of Aruch is situated on a rocky plateau at the western foot of Mount Aragats in the village of Aruch in the Aragatsotn Province of Armenia. According to wall inscriptions on the east wall and manuscripts written by historians Ghevond, Hovhannes Draskhanakerttsi...
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Garni Temple - Geghard monastery - Lake Sevan

Geghard (IV century) - a monastery complex, entered in the list of World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. The full name is Geghardavank, literally "spear monastery". The name of the monastery complex comes from the Spear of Christ (Spear of Longinus)...
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Etchmiadzin Cathedral - st. Gayane & Hripsime churches - Zvartnots temple

Echmiadzin or Vagharshapat is a city in the Armavir region of Armenia, one of the most significant cultural and religious centers of the country. Etchmiadzin Cathedral is the mother church of the Armenian Apostolic Church, located in the city of Vagharshapat (Etchmiadzin). According to most scholars it was…
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Tsaghkadzor (Kecharis monastery) – lake Sevan (Sevanavank)

Tsaghkadzor is a one of the most popular health resorts in Armenia. Surrounded with alpine meadows, Tsaghkadzor is situated on the southeastern slope of Mount Teghenis, at a height of 1841 meters above sea level. Summers in Tsaghkadzor are characterized with mild climate, while winters are cold and snowy. The…
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Saghmosavank - Armenian Alphabet Monument - Amberd - Oshakan

The Saghmosavank (lit. "monastery of the Psalms") is a 13th-century Armenian monastic complex located in the village of Saghmosavan in the Aragatsotn Province of Armenia. Like the Hovhannavank monastery which is five kilometers south, Saghmosavank is situated atop the precipitous gorge carved by the Kasagh river...
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Lake Sevan - Sevanavank monastery – Enokavan village – hiking in Lastiver

One-day tour in Armenia we will start early in the morning and set off to the pearl of Armenia – blue lake Sevan on comfortable transport. Sevan is a freshwater lake of Armenian highland and the largest lake in the Caucasus. It is a large assured source of fresh water in the region.
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Lake Sevan – Noratus - Hayravank

One-day tour in Armenia we will start in the morning and set off to the pearl of Armenia – blue lake Sevan. Sevan is a freshwater lake in the Armenian highlands. It is the largest lake in the Caucasus. It is guaranteed as the largest source of fresh water in the region.

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Saghmosavank - Lori berd - Dendropark

Lori berd (Lori Fortress), historical and cultural  preservation stretched on a mountain plateau of almost triangle shape, situated approximately 1490 meters above sea level, bordered by deep ravines of Miskhana and Dzoraget rivers near  Stepanavan, Armenia. David Anhoghin of Kyurikid’s branch of Ani’s Bagratid...
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Khor Virap Monastery – Areni village – Noravank

The daily tour of Armenia we will begin with a trip to Khor Virap. Khor Virap is an Armenian monastery, located near the closed border with Turkey. The monastery is known for its location at the foot of biblical Mount Ararat, upon which, according to the legend…
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Etchmiadzin Cathedral - st. Gayane & Hripsime churches - Zvartnots temple - Khor Virap

The original church was built in the early fourth century - between 301 and 303 according to tradition-by Armenia's patron saint Gregory the Illuminator, following the adoption of Christianity as a state religion by King Tiridates III. It was built over a pagan temple, symbolizing the conversion from... 
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Saghmosavank - Hovhannavank - Lake Kari - Amberd

The Saghmosavank (lit. "monastery of the Psalms") is a 13th-century Armenian monastic complex located in the village of Saghmosavan in the Aragatsotn Province of Armenia. Like the Hovhannavank monastery which is five kilometers south, Saghmosavank is situated atop the precipitous gorge carved by the Kasagh river...
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Monastery Tatev - Zorats Karer (Karahunj observatory, "Armenian Stonehenge")

The Tatev Monastery is a 9th-century Armenian Apostolic monastery located on a large basalt plateau near the Tatev village in Syunik Province in southeastern Armenia. The monastic ensemble stands on the edge of a deep gorge of the Vorotan River. According to tradition, Tatev Monastery is named…
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Lake Sevan – Dilijan - Haghartsin monastery - Goshavank monastery

One-day tour in Armenia we will start in the morning and set off to the pearl of Armenia – blue lake Sevan. Sevan is a freshwater lake in the Armenian highlands. It is the largest lake in the Caucasus. It is guaranteed as the largest source of fresh water in the region. Next step is a visit of Sevanavank – a monastery on...
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Khor Virap Monastery – Mount Ararat

Khor Virap is an Armenian monastery, located near the closed border with Turkey. The monastery is known for its location at the foot of biblical Mount Ararat, upon which, according to the legend, Noah appeared on the Ark after the great flood.

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Khor Virap - Areni - Noravank - Jermuk

Jermuk is mainly famous with its hot springs (geysers). Its name itself is derived from this fact, as the word "jermuk" means "geyser" in the Armenian language. The waterfall is situated in the town of Jermuk, on the Jermuk river which is the right tributary of the Arpa river. The waterfall of Jermuk forms...
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