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Religious (3 Nights in Yerevan+3 Nights in Dilijan)

limited capacity Dilijan (binatour)
  • Excellent
  • Departure Dates :
  • Religious (7 Days, 3 Nights in Yerevan, 3 Nights in Dilijan)
  • Rating 8.5
  • Departure Cities : Dilijan , Armenia
  • Travel Period : 6 Nights, 7 Days

Explore the history and delights of Armenia in comfort on our amazing 3 Nights in Yerevan+3 Nights in Dilijan tour. Througout your holiday you’ll be fully escorted by experienced memebers of the BinaTour team, many of whom have been part of the BinaTour family for several years. To help you see the best sights we have included many excursions in the price of your holiday.


Activity Schedule & Itinerary

Day 1
Arrival in Yerevan, transfer to the hotel

Day 2​​
Visit Khor Virap Monastery, the famous pilgrimage site with an iconic location at the foot of Mt Ararat. You’ll see plenty of tempting pictures of the place on postcards and souvenir books long before you get there.
Explore the Garni temple, a stunning temple that looms over mountain gorges. A blend of Greco-Roman and Armenian architectural styles, this unique example of pagan culture is the only surviving of its kind in the country.
Visit the Geghard Monastery, an unsurpassed masterpiece of 13th-century. This UNESCO-listed complex of churches is partially carved from a mountainside, with cliffs surrounding the buildings.
Lunch in the traditional Armenian restaurant in the vicinity of Geghard Monastery
Return to Yerevan

Day 3
Visit Dilijan Town; It’s billed as the ‘Switzerland of Armenia’, and although that may be a bit of a stretch, alpine Dilijan has undeniably attractive scenery and an extremely pleasant climate. During Soviet times this was the peaceful retreat for cinematographers, composers, artists and writers to come and be creative; today it’s a centre for tourism with a number of fine hotels.

Visit Art Gallery and Museum of Dilijan; Housing an eclectic collection of European and Armenian art from the 16th to 20th centuries, this gallery is housed in a grandiose building on the road to the upper town and is Dilijan’s major cultural institution.

Visit Haghartsin; Hidden in a verdant valley 13km northeast of Dilijan, Haghartsin (‘Dance of the Eagles’) was built between the 10th and 13th centuries and has three churches: one named for Gregory the Illuminator; another for the Virgin Mary (Surp Astvatsatsin); and the third for St Stephen (Stepanos).

Visit Lake Parz; Lake Parz is a small lake located in the Dilijan National Park east of Dilijan in Armenia. The lake was formed by natural climatic changes. “Parz” in Armenian means clear. At the Lake you will find a restaurant, bar, paddle boats ropes course and zip lines

Visit Goshavank; Founded in 1188 by the saintly Armenian cleric Mkhitar Gosh, who was buried in a little chapel overlooking the main complex, this monastery features the main church (Surp Astvatsatsin), smaller churches to St Gregory of Narek and St Gregory the Illuminator, and a Matenadaran (library) that is said to have held 15,000 tower was built on top of the library in 1991.

Visit Ijevan Wine Factory, Put aside all expectations of a picturesque winery, because Ijevan’s wine factory is just that- a large industrial complex where the local grape harvest is transformed into dry white and sparkling wines under the Haghartsin, Gayane and Makaravank labels. The tour explains how the factory’s wine and cognac is produced, and the tasting includes three wines. The factory is about 1.5km from the town centre, on the road to Dilijan.

Day 4
Visit Denropark Stepanavan; This cool and tranquil 35-hectare arboretum 11km south of Stepanavan was established in the 1930s and has a vast array of conifers and deciduous trees. It’s especially popular in May when locals with respiratory problems come to inhale the pollen (not recommended for allergy sufferers!)
Visit Sanahin; Home to one of Armenia’s World Heritage-listed medieval monasteries, this village is cut into the canyon wall above Alaverdi and is the essential stop for all visitors to the Debed Canyon.
Visit Sanahin Monastery; Sanahin is packed with ancient graves, darkened chapels and medieval study halls. The inner sanctum of the cross-shaped Surp Astvatsatsin Church (Holy Mother of God Chruch) is the oldest structure, dating back to 934. Its adjoining gavit is one of the later buildings, built in 1181.

Day 5
Visit Tsaghkadzor. Back when Armenia was part of the USSR, Soviet athletes used to come to this tiny village to train for the Winter Olympics and other sports competitions. The ski centre is still here and, if you happen to be in Armenia in winter, Tsaghkadzor (Gorge of Flowers) makes an excellent weekend getaway.
Visit Sevan Lake. Perched at 1900m above sea level, the great blue eye of Sevana Lich (Lake Sevan) covers 940 sq km and is 80km long by 30km at its widest. The lake is perfect for escaping Yerevan’s summer heat. Its colours and shades change with the weather and by its own mysterious processes, from a dazzling azure to dark

Important Information Inclusions​​

Hotel accommodation in Yerevan (3 nights) and in Dilijan (3 nights)

Including buffet breakfast and WiFi Internet for 3* Hotels

Including buffet breakfast, WiFi Internet, swimming pool and gym for 4* Hotels

VAT 20%;

Professional guide service (English, Russian, German, French, Italian, Spanish)

Air-conditioned Transport

Fuel surcharge and parking fee

Light refreshments (water and cakes)

Entrance fees to historical and cultural attractions

Lunch for 5 days in a traditional Armenian restaurant in different cities and locations

Surprises or winnings during the trip

Local SIM cards with 500 Mb internet and 1000 minutes local calls

Insurance of the vehicle and passengers

Flight tickets
Visa fees
Medical insurance
Departure Point : Hotel pick-up
Departure Time: 9:00 am
Return Details: Returns the to the original departure point at 6:00 pm
Please note

Confirmation will be received at the time of booking.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Tour package for children under 5 is free of charge.

For children from 6 to 11, 50 per cent discount.

Infant rates apply provided they do not occupy a seat

Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately.

All excursions are subject to favourable weather conditions if cancelled due to poor weather, you will be given the option of an alternative date or 10 per cent of the price package refund for each cancelled excursions.

No wheelchair accessible.

Cancellation Policy
If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 per cent cancellation fee. If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 per cent cancellation feeNo wheelchair accessible.

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