Armenia & Georgia Tour Package

  • Flight From Dubai
  • Flights & Hotel Included
  • Yerevan & Tbilisi

Georgia & Armenia Tour Overview

Embark on a journey of discovery to two of the most fascinating and ancient countries in the Caucasus region – Armenia and Georgia with NAS Trip Tourism. This tour will take you through a rich tapestry of cultures, religions, and histories, offering an unforgettable experience of stunning landscapes, exquisite cuisine, and warm hospitality.

The tour will begin in the capital city of Armenia, Yerevan, where you will have the opportunity to explore its historic landmarks, including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Echmiadzin Cathedral, the Republic Square, and the Cascade Complex. The city is known for its unique pink stone architecture, and you will have the chance to see it firsthand as you stroll through its picturesque streets and visit its vibrant markets. From Yerevan, you will travel to the charming city of Tbilisi in Georgia, where you will be greeted by its winding alleyways, historic churches, and iconic sulfur baths. The city boasts a vibrant nightlife, with its many cafes, restaurants, and bars offering a lively atmosphere.

Throughout your journey, you will be accompanied by our experienced tour guide, who will provide insightful commentary and take you to the best spots for capturing stunning photographs. You will also have the comfort of knowing that all your travel arrangements have been taken care of, including flights, hotel accommodation, transfers, and travel insurance. This is the perfect tour for those who want to explore the rich history and culture of Armenia and Georgia tour from Dubai and UAE, while also enjoying the convenience and comfort of an all-inclusive package. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable experience!

Package includes

  • FLIGHTS (20kg check-in luggage)

About Armenia & Georgia

Armenia is a former Soviet republic and one of the earliest Christian civilizations. The Greco-Roman Temple of Garni, the Khor Virap Monastery near Mount Ararat, and the Etchmiadzin Cathedral from the fourth century are just a few of the numerous religious and pilgrimage destinations in the nation. In addition, Lake Sevan is a well-known tourist destination with resorts for windsurfing, jet skiing, and sailing. The Matenadaran museum and other historically significant attractions in Yerevan, Armenia’s capital, are a must-see on any Armenia tour package. Additionally, this location is well-known for its bustling nightclubs and street markets. Armenia is additionally home to the world’s longest reversible cableway, the “Wings of Tatev” aeronautical tramway.

Georgia is a country located in the Caucasus region of Eurasia, situated at the crossroads of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. The area that is now Georgia has a long and complex history, with evidence of human habitation dating back to the Paleolithic era. Over the centuries, Georgia has been invaded and ruled by various empires, including the Persians, Mongols, and Ottomans, before finally gaining independence in 1918.

Today, Georgia is a popular tourist destination, known for its stunning mountain landscapes, ancient architecture, and vibrant culture. Visitors can explore the historic capital city of Tbilisi, with its picturesque Old Town and winding streets, as well as visit the ancient cave city of Uplistsikhe and the medieval fortress of Narikala. Other popular attractions include the seaside city of Batumi, the wine region of Kakheti, and the scenic hiking trails in the Caucasus Mountains.

Quick facts about Armenia

  • A country with rich and ancient cultural heritage
  • The world's first nation to recognize Christianity as its official religion.
  • UNESCO has designated three Armenian landmarks as World Heritage Sites.
  • Live music, a pulsating nightlife, and cafes and jazz clubs that party until dawn
  • Renowned for producing some of the world's best street artists.
  • Reverberations of Chapel Serenades and Tunes That Quiets the Spirit Swirl into the atmosphere All Around.
  • A Nation of Exceptionally Kind People
  • Rich food with lots of spices and new ingredients.
  • Amazing spirit culture, from the oldest winery to the indigenous grape variety Areni Noir, which Noah planted first.

Things to do in Armenia

One of the must-do exercises in Armenia is the hot-air swelling in Yerevan, giving a stupendous view and novel experience to voyagers. Other activities to try out while holidaying in Armenia are:

  • Try the numerous local varieties of beverages, such as cognac, wine, and oghi (Armenian vodka), while you are on vacation in Armenia. Armenia produces six varieties of grape, and the country's geography is ideal for both the production of cognac and wine.
  • Armenia produces six varieties of grape, and the country's geography is ideal for both the production of cognac and wine.
  • Trekking and cycling in Mount Aragats, Azhdahak and Spitakasar in the Geghama Mountain Range and Khustup Mountain
  • High-Mountain Diving and paragliding over endless mountain ranges
  • Rock climbing in the "Valley of Sorrows” near Noravank Monastery
  • There are 350 species of birds in Armenia, and 245 of them have bred here.
  • Professional cavers may be interested in discovering rare aspects of Armenian history by visiting the Areni Cave Complex or any of the numerous ancient cave dwellings in the Armenian Highlands.
  • Armenia ranks among the top safest countries on the planet. Therefore, you are free to explore Armenia on your own terms if you are not interested in a pre-designed vacation package. Armenia has an exceptionally low wrongdoing level and is watched by gatherings of heavenly cops in every single public spot.

Things to do in Georgia

  • Explore the historic Old Town of Tbilisi, including the Narikala Fortress and the sulfur baths.
  • Visit the ancient cave city of Uplistsikhe, which dates back to the 6th century BC.
  • Enjoy the scenic beauty of the Kazbegi region, including the Gergeti Trinity Church and the stunning views of Mount Kazbek.
  • Take a wine tasting tour in the Kakheti region, which is known for its wineries and traditional winemaking methods.
  • Visit the ancient capital of Mtskheta, which is home to several important religious and historical landmarks, including the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and the Jvari Monastery.
  • Explore the rugged natural beauty of the Svaneti region, including the medieval towers of Mestia and the stunning landscapes of the Caucasus Mountains.
  • Enjoy the vibrant nightlife and cultural scene of Tbilisi, including its many bars, restaurants, and performance venues.
  • Visit the Ananuri fortress complex, which dates back to the 17th century and features a picturesque location on the Aragvi River.
  • Take a dip in the natural hot springs of the Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park, which are said to have healing properties.
  • Learn about Georgian folk traditions at the Ethnographic Museum in Tbilisi, which showcases the country's rich cultural heritage.
  • Go on a hiking or trekking adventure in one of Georgia's many scenic national parks, such as the Vashlovani or Lagodekhi National Parks.

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