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Georgia and Armenia Uncovered

Georgia and Armenia Uncovered

Georgia and Armenia Uncovered

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Embark on an adventurous journey through Georgia and Armenia, venturing well beyond the usual tourist path. Delight in wine tasting, visit the sacred spring, and experience the soul-stirring chants of Geghard Monastery. Immerse yourself in the daily existence of the communities nestled in the Caucasus Mountains’ foothills and acquire the art of crafting lavash as you join a local family in Garni.


DAY 1 Welcome to Tbilisi

A smorgasbord of architectural marvels overlook the cobbled streets of Georgia’s capital. On arrival in Tbilisi, you’ll be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel where you’ll meet your Travel Director and fellow travellers for a Dinner at a local restaurant and Georgian-style fare this evening.

Hotel: Wyndham Grand Tbilisi

Included Meals: Dinner

DAY 2 Explore Colourful Tbilisi

Take in the sights and sounds of the capital as you embark on a sightseeing tour of Tbilisi’s Old Town. Your exploration begins at the 13th-century Metekhi Church, from there you’ll wind your way along narrow streets and stroll past the patterned balconies and colourful façades that are so characteristic of this city. Ascend to the ancient Narikala Fortress by cable car next, soaking up the panoramic views of the city before delving into the legend of the Golden Fleece at the Georgian National Museum.

Hotel: Wyndham Grand Tbilisi

Included Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3 Onwards to Mtskheta and on to Akhasheni

Leave Tbilisi behind as you head to the ancient capital of Mtskheta. Known as the religious centre of Georgia, you’ll revel in the twin UNESCO World Heritage sites – the 6th-century Jvari Monastery and 11th-century Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. Delve into the city’s Christian history which saw it granted the status of a ‘Holy City’, then retire to your hotel where you’ll enjoy dinner.

Hotel: Akhaseni Wine Resort & Spa

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 4 Off to Sighnaghi and return to Tbilisi

Soak up the crisp air of the Caucasus Mountains as your journey continues to the fortified town of Sighnaghi in the heart of Georgia’s wine region. Visit Bodbe Monastery, one of the country’s most prominent pilgrimage sites, then head to Kakabeti village in Sagaredjo where you’ll Connect With Locals and enjoy lunch and a wine tasting. At this exclusive Be My Guest experience, your host will treat you to some of the local wines, followed by a master class in Georgian bread baking and churchkhela sweets. Return to your hotel later for an evening at leisure.

Hotel: Wyndham Grand Tbilisi

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 5 A Day in Uplistsikhe and Gori

Trace the ancient Silk Route and visit Uplistsikhe Cave Town where you’ll find an ancient theatre, church and dwellings hewn directly out of the rocky hillside. Next, delve into the life of the former leader of the Soviet Union at the Joseph Stalin Museum in Gori, his birthplace. Later, Connect With Locals at Iago’s wine cellar where you’ll sample some of the local wines produced using a traditional method which has been inscribed as a UNESCO heritage. Iago and his wife Marina regale guests with colourful stories of their life as wine producers in the area before you return to Tbilisi.

Hotel: Wyndham Grand Tbilisi

Included Meals: Breakfast

DAY 6 Continue to Monastic Haghpat and Dilijan

Bid farewell to Georgia and cross the border into Armenia. Your first taste of this ancient land is the UNESCO-listed monastic complex of Haghpat featuring incredible works of medieval Armenian architecture. Against the backdrop of the forest-clad slopes of the Caucasus, you’ll enjoy lunch in Dzoraget village, which lies on the banks of the Debed River. Dive Into Culture by tasting Russian pancakes and homemade tea with a local in Fioletovo village, then head to Dilijan for your overnight stay.

Hotel: Best Western Plus Paradise Hotel Dilijan

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 7 Admire Stunning Lake Sevan and Goris

A day of tranquil beauty awaits at Lake Sevan – your reward for an early start to the day. You’ll see first-hand why it is deserving of its nickname ‘The Blue Pearl of Armenia’ as you bask in the peninsula’s breathtaking scenery. Stop in the lakeside village of Noratus, with its impressive collection of Armenian cross-stones, then head to Yeghegnadzor spectacularly surrounded by the Zangezur Mountains before savouring a homemade lunch of local specialties. Tonight you’ll enjoy dinner at your hotel in Goris.

Hotel: Goris Hotel

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 8 Journey to the Tatev Complex, Ararat Valley and on to Yerevan

A thrilling start to the day sees us take a trip across the Wings of Tatev cableway to the ‘monastery on the edge of nothing’. Watch the epic scenery unfold as the world’s longest aerial tramway delivers you to the 9th-century Apostolic monastery. Continue to Verishen village for your MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience where you’ll meet the local community which makes a living from crafting traditional wool carpets and learn how your visit helps them to preserve their crafting traditions for generations to come. Feel like a local as you enjoy lunch in a family’s home nearby before continuing to your final stop for the day, Khor Virap Monastery. Here St. Gregory the Illuminator was imprisoned for 14 years before he led Armenia to become the first country in the world to be declared a Christian nation. Admire the views of Mount Ararat, Armenia’s national symbol, then head to Yerevan, the country’s capital.

Hotel: Ramada By Wyndham Yerevan

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 9 Discover Historic Yerevan

Contemplate Yerevan’s contrasting ancient culture and vibrant modern vibe as you delve into the city’s history that spans over 2,800 years. Your sightseeing tour will start in Republic Square and continue to the Cascade Complex, home to the Gafesjian Centre which houses some of Armenia’s most important works of art. Take the Great Cascade to Victory Park for incredible views of the heart of the city before visiting the moving Armenian Genocide Memorial, dedicated to the memory of over a million Armenians who perished in the first genocide of the 20th century. The rest of the day is free to explore the city your way. Consider spending your afternoon on an Optional Experience to visit the Ruins of Zvartnots, or perhaps enjoy dinner in the former home of a famous Armenian painter.

Hotel: Ramada By Wyndham Yerevan

Included Meals: Breakfast

DAY 10 A Day Exploring Geghard Monastery

Today’s excursion takes us to the UNESCO-listed Geghard Monastery. Hewn partly from the surrounding rock, Geghard is most famous for its incredible acoustics and spectacular natural beauty. You’ll Dive Into Culture during a moving performance of Armenian spiritual songs, or sharakans, performed by a live quintet before a scenic drive brings you to Garni. Here you’ll meet a local family who will teach you how to make Armenia’s national flatbread lavash paired with cheese and greens. Connect With Locals as you sample the brduj snack you’ve just made yourself and take a walk around your host’s garden and orchard, learning about the different fruits grown in the area. On your return to Yerevan, enjoy delicious flavours of the legendary Armenian brandy during a local distillery visit. Tonight, you’ll end your epic adventure through Georgia and Armenia with a Farewell Dinner in a traditional Armenian tavern, paired with folk songs and dance.

Hotel: Ramada By Wyndham Yerevan

Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 11 Farewell Yerevan

After a journey to two lands with dramatic pasts and vibrant multi-cultural legacies, it’s time to say a fond farewell to new friends and prepare for your journey home.

Included Meals: Breakfast

About this trip

See 15 cities and 2 countries

Departure Months

April to September

What's included




10 Breakfasts, 5 Lunches, 5 Dinners


All transport shown

Sightseeing highlights

Explore Tbilisi and Yerevan with a Local Specialist

Visit Bodbe Monastery in Sighnaghi, Uplistsikhe Cave Town, Stalin’s Museum in Gori, Yerevan’s Genocide Memorial and a local brandy distillery

View Metekhi Church, Narikala Fortress, UNESCO World Heritage sites including the Jvari Monastery, the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and the monastic complex of Haghpat, Lake Sevan, the Wings of Tatev cableway, Khor Virap Monastery, Mount Ararat, the Cascade Complex in Yerevan and the UNESCO-listed Geghard Monastery

The Bressenden difference


Enjoy a master class in Georgian bread making and churchkhela sweets at a Be My Guest lunch and wine tasting in Kakabeti village.


Visit Iago’s wine cellar in Chardakhi and sample local wines as Iago and his wife Marina regale you with tales of their lives as wine producers.


In Verishen village, your visit helps to fund the local community who make their living through the crafting of traditional wool carpets.


Meet a local family in Garni who will teach you how to make lavash, paired with cheese and greens.


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