Armenia – a country full of surprises and hidden treasures is a rapidly developing must-visit destination for travelers who are looking for new adventures. The Republic of Armenia is located on the geographical territory known as the Armenian Highland, although usually the area is presented under such names as Caucasus or Transcaucasia in many travel guides and descriptions of tours to Armenia. This landlocked country of 29,000 square kilometers borders Georgia in the north, Iran in the south, Turkey in the west, and Azerbaijan in the east. Armenia is a monoethnic country, with 98% of its 3 million population being Armenians and only 2% – other ethnic minorities, such as Yezidis, Russians, Greeks, Assyrians, Jews, and others.
Traditionally, Armenia is known as the first Christian nation that officially adopted Christianity as a state religion in 301 AD. Therefore, historical tours to Armenia with religious context have been one of the most popular tour packages for years. However, the tourism infrastructure and the whole narrative about Armenia is changing fast, uncovering the huge potential of the country as a destination for retreats and adventures, with delicious Armenian food and hospitable culture that will most definitely change your perspective of the world.
The answer is simple: Armenia has a completely different narrative that will change your understanding of this broader region and world history in general. Rich with ancient history, Armenia has a colorful and multilayered culture that is present in every aspect of the country and the lifestyle of the locals. The cultural tours to Armenia give you a balanced and authentic representation of the history that shaped the modern state of the country. Armenia sightseeing tours take you to popular and hidden monuments that tell you about the country’s education, science, trade, arts, and international relations in the past and present.
Individual tours to Armenia will give you a chance to interact with the locals and get to know their daily routine. Whether you are interested in modern technology and educational progress, or you want to learn about agriculture and local produce, get to know the local artists or participate in a special culinary workshop, our small group tours have unique features that will satisfy the curious traveler in you. Armenia is a gem for outdoor activities. Adventure tourism is developing fast these days, offering stunning hiking trails, rafting, zip-lining and off-road tours for those preferring active holidays. And if you enjoy food and wine, then gastronomic and wine tours in Armenia are the best packages for you to consider.
For nature lovers, it is best to travel to Armenia between April and June, when the lush forests and mountain rivers wake up from their winter sleep. July and August are good for hikers, as the high summits of Armenia are the safest to climb during these months. Moreover, in the summertime is when you can taste the famous Armenian apricot and other sun-kissed local fruits. Autumn is the velvet season, with the mild weather and pleasant evenings, when the sun is not strong, making your exploration of Armenia’s cultural sights a comfortable experience. If you are a fan of winter sports, then visit Armenia between December and February to enjoy one of the ski resorts of Armenia.
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