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Private tour to Khor Virap- Garni-Geghard

Private tour to Khor Virap- Garni-Geghard - Lusarat, Armenia

Duration: 5 to 6 hours
Location: Lusarat, Armenia

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$83.00

Visit to the Khor Virap Monastery - from here a beautiful view of Mount Ararat opens.

Visit to the only pagan temple of Garni, built in the 1st c. with Armenian king Trdat.

Gegard - “Ayrivank” (“cave monastery”, the more complete name is Gegardavank, literally - “spear monastery”.)

Arch of Charents ... More info ›

Visit to the Khor Virap Monastery - from here a beautiful view of Mount Ararat opens.

Visit to the only pagan temple of Garni, built in the 1st c. with Armenian king Trdat.

Gegard - “Ayrivank” (“cave monastery”, the more complete name is Gegardavank, literally - “spear monastery”.)

Arch of Charents. From there opens a beautiful view of Mount Ararat.

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Stop At: Khor Virap, Artashat, Lusarat Armenia

Khor Virap Monastery - from here a beautiful view of Mount Ararat opens.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Garni Temple, Geghard Monastery Road H3, Garni Armenia

Visit to the only pagan temple of Garni, built in the 1st c. with Armenian king Trdat.

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: The Monastery of Geghard, Geghard Armenia

Gegard - “Ayrivank” (“cave monastery”, the more complete name is Gegardavank, literally - “spear monastery”.)

Duration: 40 minutes

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Private tour to Khor Virap,Areni winery,Noravank,Tatev Monastery

Private tour to Khor Virap,Areni winery,Noravank,Tatev Monastery - Lusarat, Armenia
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Duration: 10 to 13 hours
Location: Lusarat, Armenia

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$140.00

Visiting the King Prison - Khor Virap Monastery complex

✔ Visit to Areni winery , tour inside the factory and wine tasting ,and continue to the ancient cave where the oldest shoe was found

✔ Continue to Noravank monastery

✔ Visit to the world's longest reverse cable car “Wings of Tatev”

✔ Visit to Tatev Monastery

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Stop At: Khor Virap, Artashat, Lusarat Armenia

Visit to the Khor Virap Monastery - from here a beautiful view of Mount Ararat opens.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Areni Wine Factory, Areni Armenia

Visit to Areni winery , tour inside the factory and wine tasting ,and continue to the ancient cave where the oldest shoe was found.

Duration: 30 minutes

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Visiting the King Prison - Khor Virap Monastery complex

✔ Visit to Areni winery , tour inside the factory and wine tasting ,and continue to the ancient cave where the oldest shoe was found

✔ Continue to Noravank monastery

✔ Visit to the world's longest reverse cable car “Wings of Tatev”

✔ Visit to Tatev Monastery

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Stop At: Khor Virap, Artashat, Lusarat Armenia

Visit to the Khor Virap Monastery - from here a beautiful view of Mount Ararat opens.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Areni Wine Factory, Areni Armenia

Visit to Areni winery , tour inside the factory and wine tasting ,and continue to the ancient cave where the oldest shoe was found.

Duration: 30 minutes

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Transport rental to Khor Virap monastery

Transport rental to Khor Virap monastery - Lusarat, Armenia

Duration: 3 to 4 hours
Location: Lusarat, Armenia

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$41.66

Rent transportation with a guide (Armenian, Russian or English) or without guide to the most visited sights in Armenia.

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Stop At: Khor Virap, Artashat, Lusarat Armenia

This unique architectural monument has become one of the main attractions of Ararat Province. This fortified monastery is a place of pilgrimage and a holy site for the Armenian Apostolic Church.

Duration: 2 hours

Rent transportation with a guide (Armenian, Russian or English) or without guide to the most visited sights in Armenia.

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Stop At: Khor Virap, Artashat, Lusarat Armenia

This unique architectural monument has become one of the main attractions of Ararat Province. This fortified monastery is a place of pilgrimage and a holy site for the Armenian Apostolic Church.

Duration: 2 hours

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Wellness Adventure

Wellness Adventure - Lusarat, Armenia

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Lusarat, Armenia

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$200.00

We offer a wellness excursion to the famous Khor Virap Monastery and wellness center of Armenia Jermuk city by comfortable VIP class cars.

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Stop At: Khor Virap, Artashat, Lusarat Armenia

The Khor Virap Monastery is the birthplace of Christianity in Armenia.There was imprisoned St. Gregory the Illuminator, the founder of Christianity in Armenia ... More info ›

We offer a wellness excursion to the famous Khor Virap Monastery and wellness center of Armenia Jermuk city by comfortable VIP class cars.

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Stop At: Khor Virap, Artashat, Lusarat Armenia

The Khor Virap Monastery is the birthplace of Christianity in Armenia.There was imprisoned St. Gregory the Illuminator, the founder of Christianity in Armenia. Also Khor Virap is the closest point to the legendary Mount Ararat, which open a fabulous view to the Bible Mountain.


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Jermuk Hotel, Jermuk 3701, Armenia

Since the times of the USSR, Jermuk was considered the main wellness city of Armenia. The city is surrounded by natural waterfalls and ponds, and in the city there are various mud baths and other recreational facilities.

Duration: 1 hour

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Privat Tour in Khor Virap church, Areni winery free tasting, Noravank church

Privat Tour in Khor Virap church, Areni winery free tasting, Noravank church - Lusarat, Armenia

Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
Location: Lusarat, Armenia

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$50.00

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Stop At: Khor Virap, Artashat, Lusarat Armenia

Khor Virap

When King Tiridates III ruled over Armenia, his assistant was the Christian Grigor Lusavorich who preached the Christian religion ... More info ›

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Stop At: Khor Virap, Artashat, Lusarat Armenia

Khor Virap

When King Tiridates III ruled over Armenia, his assistant was the Christian Grigor Lusavorich who preached the Christian religion. Tiridates, a follower of pagan religion, was not pleased with having an advisor with a different religion. So the king ordered that Gregorys hands and legs be tied and that he be thrown into the Khor Virap to die in the dark dungeon located in Artashat. However, Gregory did not die during his 13 years of imprisonment. His survival was attributed to a Christian widow from the local town who, under the influence of strange dream vision, regularly fed Gregory by dropping a loaf of freshly baked bread into the pit. When Tiridates went mad his sister, Khosrovidhukt, had a vision in the night, where an angel told her about the prisoner Gregory who could end the torments with the words "when he comes he will teach you the remedies for all your ills". Gregory was brought out in a miserable state. He was taken to the king, who had gone mad "foraging among the pigs at Valarshapar", tearing his own skin. Gregory cured the king and brought him back to his senses King Tiridates, who had embraced Christianity as his religion following the miraculous cure effected by Gregorys divine intervention, proclaimed Christianity as the state religion of Armenia in 301 AD. Gregory became the Bishop of Caesarea and remained in service of the King until about 314 AD.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Areni Wine Factory, Areni Armenia

Areni winery

The Areni winery is a 6100-year-old winery that was discovered in 2007 in the Areni cave complex in the village of Areni in the Vayots Dzor province of Armenia by a team of Armenian and Irish archaeologists. The winery consists of fermentation vats, a wine press, storage jars, pottery sherds, and is believed to be at least a thousand years older than the winery unearthed in Judea and Samaria in 1963, which is the second oldest currently known. 

Areni cave

The Areni Cave is a multicomponent cave site with artifacts dating from the Chalcolithic to the Bronze Age. In Armenia, the Areni Cave complex is also known as "Birds Cave" ("Trchuneri" in Armenian). Located near the town of Areni, which lies close to the Arpa River and the Gnishik River in Armenias central Vayots Dzor Province, the caves are the site at which archaeologists have discovered what is likely the worlds oldest winery, and ancient human brain, the remnants of a 5,000-year-old skirt made of straw, and the worlds oldest leather shoe. 

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Noravank Monastery, Areni Armenia

Noravank

Noravank literally "new monastery" is a 13th-century Armenian monastery. The monastery is best known for its two-storey Surb Astvatsatsin church, which grants access to the second floor by way of a narrow stone-made staircase jutting out from the face of building. In the 13th–14th centuries the monastery became a residence of Syuniks bishops and, consequently. a major religious and, later, cultural center of Armenia closely connected with many of the local seats of learning, especially with Gladzors famed university and library.

Duration: 1 hour

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Privat tour in Khor Virap,GEGHARDAVANK, GARNI TEMPLE, SYMPHONY OF STONES,

Privat tour in Khor Virap,GEGHARDAVANK, GARNI TEMPLE, SYMPHONY OF STONES, - Lusarat, Armenia

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Lusarat, Armenia

From USD
$63.00

We offer a full range of services for inbound tourism, including all-inclusive packages for organization of large international conferences, development of thematic tours and exclusive solutions for our clients in accordance with their specific requirements. A top priority for us is the constant updating of the range of offers in accordance with tendencies of market development, and the creation of unique tour products.

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Stop At: Khor Virap, Artashat, Lusarat Armenia

When King Tiridates III ruled over Armenia, his assistant was the Christian Grigor Lusavorich who preached the Christian religion ... More info ›

We offer a full range of services for inbound tourism, including all-inclusive packages for organization of large international conferences, development of thematic tours and exclusive solutions for our clients in accordance with their specific requirements. A top priority for us is the constant updating of the range of offers in accordance with tendencies of market development, and the creation of unique tour products.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Khor Virap, Artashat, Lusarat Armenia

When King Tiridates III ruled over Armenia, his assistant was the Christian Grigor Lusavorich who preached the Christian religion. Tiridates, a follower of pagan religion, was not pleased with having an advisor with a different religion. So the king ordered that Gregorys hands and legs be tied and that he be thrown into the Khor Virap to die in the dark dungeon located in Artashat. However, Gregory did not die during his 13 years of imprisonment. His survival was attributed to a Christian widow from the local town who, under the influence of strange dream vision, regularly fed Gregory by dropping a loaf of freshly baked bread into the pit. When Tiridates went mad his sister, Khosrovidhukt, had a vision in the night, where an angel told her about the prisoner Gregory who could end the torments with the words "when he comes he will teach you the remedies for all your ills". Gregory was brought out in a miserable state. He was taken to the king, who had gone mad "foraging among the pigs at Valarshapar", tearing his own skin. Gregory cured the king and brought him back to his senses King Tiridates, who had embraced Christianity as his religion following the miraculous cure effected by Gregorys divine intervention, proclaimed Christianity as the state religion of Armenia in 301 AD. Gregory became the Bishop of Caesarea and remained in service of the King until about 314 AD.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Garni Temple, Geghard Monastery Road H3, Garni Armenia

The Temple of Garni is the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. The structure was built by king Tiridates I in the first century AD as a temple to the sun god Mihir. The exterior of the temple is richly decorated. The stones in the front cornice have projecting sculptures of lion heads. A fragment of the architrave bearing a lion head was removed by Captain J Buchan Telfer in the late nineteenth century and bequeathed by him to the British Museum in 1907. The staircase has nine unusually high steps—30 centimetres high, about twice as high as the average height of stairs. It’s said that the unusually high stairs compel a person ascending the staircase to feel humbled and make physical effort to reach the altar. In the early fourth century, when Armenian King Tiridates III adopted Christianity as a state religion, virtually all known pagan places of worship were destroyed. The Temple of Garni is the only pagan to have survived the widespread destruction. It remains unknown why the temple was exempted from destruction, but one of the philosophers argues that its status as a "masterpiece of art" possibly saved it from destruction.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: The Monastery of Geghard, Geghard Armenia

Geghard is a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province of Armenia, being partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. The monastery was founded in the 4th century by Gregory the Illuminator. The site is that of a spring arising in a cave which had been sacred in pre-Christian times. The name commonly used for the monastery today, Geghard, or more fully Geghardavank that means "the Monastery of the Spear", originates from the spear which had wounded Jesus at the Crucifixion, allegedly brought to Armenia by Apostle Jude, called here Thaddeus, and stored amongst many other relics.

Duration: 1 hour

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