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Hidden Treasures of Armenia, 3 days

A three day trip to Northeastern Armenia and Artsakh (Karabakh)

Aspar Tour provides everything needed for the trip, including cold and hot drinks — coffee, tea, as well as fresh and dried fruits and other snacks. Outdoor breakfasts, dinners and suppers offered, too. You will be accompanied by Aspar Tour’s professional drivers. Feel free to contact us for further details.


Day 1

Goshavanq Monastery
  • Setting off from Yerevan to Goshavank monastery complex (12th century)
  • Sightseeing at beautiful mountainous Lake Gosh area located in the National Park of Dilijan 2.5km far from Gosh region.
  • A little rest and lunch (meat and vegetable barbeque, home-made vodka and wine, fruits, etc.) on Lake Gosh shore
  • Setting off to Shorzha-Tsapatagh site of Lake Sevan area through Areguni Canyon
  • A little rest and dinner on the lake shore (pollan barbeque, crawfish, etc.)
  • Overnight stay on the lake shore in comfortable tents and sleeping bags provided by the travel agency

Day 2

  • Breakfast

  • Setting off to Jermajur (Warm Water) in Karvachar region, Artsak*

    * Jermajur — warm mineral spring on Tutkhun river bank. Its water is similar by its features to Jermuk (Armenia) and Karlov Var (Czech Republic) springs and is known for its healing features.

  • A little rest and swimming in mineral waters pool
  • Lunch in an open air area
  • Setting off to Dadivank Monastery complex (9th–13th centuries)
  • Sightseeing at Vank village area
  • Dinner on the bank of river Khachen
  • Overnight stay in one of the Vank village hotels

Day 3

All passenger seats in our vehicles are covered by insurance.

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