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Georgia and Armenia vacation

Georgia and Armenia vacation

Churches, monasteries, snow capped mountains, lakes and waterfalls
From US $2,475 14 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2019: 25 May, 8 Jun, 22 Jun, 6 Jul, 20 Jul, 31 Aug, 7 Sep, 14 Sep, 21 Sep, 28 Sep
Georgia and Armenia small group tour

Georgia and Armenia small group tour

The cultural and scenic highlights of Georgia and Armenia
From £1,949 14 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2019: 11 May, 18 May, 14 Sep, 21 Sep
2020: 9 May, 12 Sep
Armenia vacation, Ancient Armenia

Armenia vacation, Ancient Armenia

The best of Armenia from stunning churches to local culture
From £1,035 7 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2019: 18 May, 25 May, 21 Sep, 28 Sep
2020: 16 May, 19 Sep
Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan small group tour

Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan small group tour

A comprehensive tour through Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia
From £2,599 20 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2019: 5 May, 12 May, 8 Sep, 15 Sep
2020: 3 May, 6 Sep
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Georgia & Armenia cultural vacation

Georgia & Armenia cultural vacation

Journey to the furthest reaches of Europe
From £2,245 16 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2019: 1 Jun, 15 Jun, 25 Aug, 21 Sep
2020: 6 Jun, 19 Sep
Caucasus small group tour

Caucasus small group tour

Charms and contradictions of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia
From £3,685 15 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2019: 11 May, 5 Oct
Armenia cultural tour

Armenia cultural tour

Cultural and religious journey in Armenia
From £819 10 days ex flights
Tailor made: This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
    Georgia and Armenia vacation
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    US $2,475
    excluding flights
    Absolutely excellent in every respect. (more)Liam Fitzpatrick
    The most memorable part was the stunning spring/summer landscapes of Georgia and Armenia. Very very good. Local guides were excellent. (more)Peter Chapman
    All of it..... everything was memorable. (more)Breeda Duggan
    Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan small group tour
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    £2,599
    excluding flights
    Memorable parts? The part of the trip in Svaneti. Tips? Its a good trips and they should book it Local benefits? It benefitted local people in The Svaneti region because it creates work. Overall rating? I will give it 4 stars because the guide in Azerbaijan didn't speak English very well. He didn't understand our questions and could answer something completly wrong which proved that he hadn't understood the question. (more)Lars Leibnitz
    Georgia & Armenia cultural vacation
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    £2,245
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    The walks, especially Kasbegi, Ushguli and the Molokan village. But there were too few opportunities for walking. (more)G Phillips
    Waking up in the morning in Gudauri and opening the window to see fresh snow on the Higher Caucasus mountains - spectacular. (more)Maddy Ball
    I would definitely recommend this trip (with extension to Azerbaijan), to people who want to see more than the well trodden tourist routes in Western Europe. (more)Judy Schneider
    Georgia and Armenia small group tour
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    £1,949
    excluding flights
    Memorable parts? Svaneti. Tips? Take a scarf if female. Local benefits? Yes. Overall rating? Great. (more)Rosemary Mynors
    Armenia cultural tour
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    £819
    excluding flights
    The most memorable part of the vacation was...traveling on the cable car (Wings of Tatev) and watching the amazing monastery come into view from afar. (more)Jacqueline Dumigan
    For me I think it has to be the visit to Khnodzresk via the extraordinary metal bridge, visiting the monastery of Tatev via the cable car and seeing Karahunge. It was such a beautiful spot with all the wildflowers and I saw a hoopoe! I wanted to stay for ever! (more)Valerie Lloyd
    Armenia vacation, Ancient Armenia
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    £1,035
    excluding flights
    Very good. Meeting the Molokans, seeing the monasteries and hearing local music at the sites (more)Rachel Grimshaw
    Try the local home made produce you can get from vendors outside the monasteries. The bread filled with herbs we bought at Tatev was delicious and the walnuts wrapped in fruit was also very good. Fruit brought from roadside sellers also recommended. (more)Wayne Smith
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