Azerbaijan, Georgia & Armenia Explorer

Azerbaijan, Georgia & Armenia Explorer

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Azerbaijan, Georgia & Armenia Explorer

16 Days Starting in Baku and ending in

Visiting: Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia

Tour operator:

World Expeditions

Tour code:

AGA

Guide Type:

Fully Guided

Group size:

4 - 14

Physical rating:

Adventure touring

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Tour Overview

This remarkable journey includes diverse landscapes, magnificent architecture and rich cultural heritage. We begin in the fascinating city of Baku, the capitol of Azerbaijan, and famous for its walled old city. From here we visit Sheki Khans Palace, Sheki Khans Summer Palace and Caravanserai. As we learn about this enthralling country, we enjoy time in the famous wine growing region of Kakheti. Making our way to Georgia, we enjoy the country's capital, Tbilisi and discover the cultural, natural and gastronomic splendours that this wonderful country has to offer. We take time to marvel at the UNESCO listed Mtskheta, an outstanding example of medieval religious architecture; and explore the beautiful Caucasus Mountains around Kazbegi. We make our way to the ancient rock-hewn town of Uplistsikhe, which played an important role in Georgian history. We will explore one of the most amazing sites of Georgia: Vardzia, a cave complex (12th century) that once was a concealed city. Continuing on to Gyumri, a city of rich traditions and culture, we' walk in the historic downtown admiring the city's old architecture from 19th century. From here we visit the ruins of medieval Amberd castle and surrounds, and tour the holy city Echmiadzin, the religious capital of Armenia, and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Not to be missed, we'll take in beautiful Lake Sevan and the 13th century rock-carved monastery of Geghard. At the 1st century Garni pagan temple we'll walk down the scenic Garni gorge to see the unique rock formations called 'Symphony of Stones'. Our travels conclude in Yerevan, the capitol of Armenia, with it's grand Soviet-era architecture.

Highlights

  • Unearth the fascinating capital cities of Baku, Tbilisi & Yerevan

  • See the ancient rock carvings, mud volcanoes and gas-stones at Gobustan Reserve

  • Explore the iconic, dramatically sited Gergeti Trinity Church, Georgia

  • Visit Khor Virap monastery and its breathtaking Mount Ararat backdrop

  • Discover Sheki, Azerbaijan’s Silk Road gem

  • Enjoy time in the famous wine growing region of Kakheti

  • Wonder at the UNESCO listed Mtskheta, an outstanding example of medieval religious architecture

  • Take in Lake Sevan, Geghard Cave Monastery and the holy city of Echmiadzin

  • Discover the ancient cave town of Uplistsikhe

  • Experience the beautiful Caucasus Mountains around Kazbegi

Itinerary

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Day 1 : Join In Baku, Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan’s capital, Baku, sits on the coast of the Caspian Sea. At its heart is a well preserved, UNESCO-listed medieval walled old city, containing the Palace of the Shirvanshahs, a vast royal complex, and the iconic stone Maiden Tower. Surrounding the old city are elegantly illuminated stone mansions and pedestrianised boulevards and squares filled with exclusive boutiques. Wooded parks and the Caspian-front promenade make it feel a million miles away from the surrounding desert. The more recent oil boom has flooded the city with breathtaking contemporary landmarks such as the Zaha Hadid–designed Heydar Aliyev Centre, and the Flame Towers, 3 pointed glass skyscrapers. Baku is rapidly changing, and now is the perfect time to visit whilst it remains relatively under most tourist radars.
Overnight: Midtown Hotel or similar

Day 2 : Medieval Walled City Of Baku
Meals Included: B, L, D

Today we take our time to see the sights of Baku. First, we enjoy the panoramic cityscape from the viewing platforms at the Highland Park, before continuing on to discover the UNESCO-listed, medieval Old City, a treasure trove of Azerbaijani history. We'll explore the ancient city walls, bathhouses and mosques, Maiden Tower and caravanserais which make up the impressive, Palace of the Shirvanshahs. We’ll stop for a rest and lunch in a local restaurant, after which we head a short way out of town to the Absheron Peninsula. When Marco Polo visited the then-Persian city of Baku in the 13thC, he mentioned numerous mysterious flames throughout the region, most notably in the Absheron Peninsula. These fires are considered to have played a crucial part in the creation of Zoroastrianism and gave rise to the moniker, Land of Fire. We’ll visit the Ateshgah of Baku, often referred to as the “Fire Temple”, Gala archaeological and ethnographical museum complex and Yanar Dag, where a 10m long wall of fire burns continuously. We enjoy a delicious dinner in a local eatery before heading back to our hotel for the night.
Overnight: Midtown Hotel or similar

Day 3 : Gobustan National Park
Meals Included: B, L, D

Just a short, hour long drive south from Baku brings us to the remarkable Gobustan National Park which is rich in archaeological monuments. The expansive site features over 6,000 petroglyphs, covering some 40,000 years pf rock art. The engravings depict scenes of the daily lives of the local inhabitants of the time, animals, battle-scenes, ritual ceremonies, bullfights, naval ships, camel caravans, images of the sun and stars. The site also contains once inhabited caves, settlements and burials, illustrating the intensive human habitation of the area during the wet period that followed the last Ice Age, from the Upper Paleolithic to the Middle Ages. Home to nearly a third of the world’s mud volcanoes, Gobustan is also famous for the bizarre mud volcanoes which bubble and erupt, sometimes in flames across the landscape. Many locals believe the mud has a special healing quality and it is common practice to apply the mud to the skin. We’ll break for lunch before heading back into town with stops at the striking Bibi Heibat Mosque, then the Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum. Applied arts, particularly carpet weaving, hold a special place in the cultural history of the people of Azerbaijan. Due to their aesthetics, fleecy and pileless carpets, adorned with various patterns and symbols are used to decorate the walls and floors of marquees, huts, homes, nomads' tents, and other buildings, turning them into a symbol for the nation.
Overnight: Midtown Hotel or similar

Day 4 : Sheki, Azerbaijan's Silk Road Town
Meals Included: B, L, D

Today we drive west to the beautiful former Silk Road town of Sheki. En route we'll have time to visit the two-storeyed Diri Baba Mausoleum, followed by a visit to the impressive Juma Mosque in Shamakhi. Enjoy a local lunch here before finishing our road trip. Medieval Sheki is one of the oldest towns in Azerbaijan, and was once a stop-over on the fabled Silk Road, connecting travellers and cultures from east to west. Nestled on the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus, Sheki's main attraction is its blend of small town charm, fresh mountain air and attractive historic architecture. The Sheki Khans Summer Palace is said to be one of the most beautiful buildings in the Caucasus. We'll spend the afternoon and evening wandering the charming streets and sites of Sheki.
Overnight: Macara Hotel or similar

Day 5 : Balakan/Lagodekhi Border To Kvareli
Meals Included: B, L, D

In the morning we cross the Balakan/Lagodekhi border and continue our trip in Georgia. Following two days it’s time to explore the famous wine-growing region – Kakheti. However, we will not only taste the wine that makes this region so famous and attractive, but also get a glimpse of the daily life of the Kakhetians and understand their history better. In Lagodekhi we explore The Lagodekhi Protected Areas and have a short walk in the forest, where we have our lunch picnic as well. After the walking part of the day is finished, we drive to visit a famous wine factory ‘Khareba’. This factory stores wines in a tunnel that is carved in the rock of the Caucasus Mountain range. The constant temperature in the tunnel is 12-14 degrees Celsius. This along with 70% humidity creates the ideal, natural conditions for wine to age in French oak barrels, as well as to store bottled wines for extended periods. Here we try several sorts of Georgian wine. Dinner is at a local restaurant.
Overnight: Chateau Kvareli or similar

Day 6 : Kakheti Region
Meals Included: B, L, D

We start the day with a short drive towards the Nekresi monastery (4th -­ 15th century), which is situated on a hill. After the monastery we visit Gremi, a fortified church complex and the capital of Kakheti in the 16th century. We continue our way to a local wine cellar, where we will learn about the process of Georgian wine making through a modern and interesting museum. Of course we will also taste wines made by Georgian tradition directly from the clay jars (Qvevri). In December 2013, this ancient Georgian Qvevri wine making method joined the UNESCO heritage list. After the wine tasting and a delicious lunch will we continue our way to Telavi. On the way we will stop at the Alaverdi Cathedral (11th century). If there is still enough time left we make a last stop before returning to the hotel: the estate of the 19th century poet and noble man Aleksandre Chavchavadze in Tsinandali (closed on Mondays). His house, the main house, is also a museum. The aristocratic Chavchavadze family was one of the most talented and powerful families throughout Georgia. This place was a centre of intellectual life, and is much frequented by famous Georgian and foreign writers (including Alexander Dumas). Aleksandre offered his guests fine wines made at his estate. He was the one who possessed the oldest and largest winery in Georgia, where he combined European and Georgian winemaking traditions. The house is surrounded by beautiful gardens covering 18 hectares. They contain a variety of European, Asian and American plants and a walk in the park is also a must. Furthermore, there is also a small labyrinth with a wishing tree in the middle, which is worth visiting. This evening dinner is either at a hotel or at a restaurant.
Overnight: Chateau Kvareli or similar

Day 7 : In Tbilisi
Meals Included: B, D

We drive to Tbilisi and enjoy some sightseeing of the ‘City that loves you’. You can immediately feel that the capital of Georgia has a long history of multicultural relationships and is still the bridge between Europe and Asia. Walking through the old parts of the city you can sense its history and learn more about its special religious status: everyone is welcome. That’s why you will see and visit different religious buildings: churches, synagogue, mosque. And not only religious buildings will capture your eye, but also the famous 19th century houses with colourful wooden balconies. The old city with its narrow streets and religious and secular architecture - here we find a mix of buildings: churches, synagogues, mosques, as well as famous 19th century houses with wooden multi-coloured balconies and the sulfur bath which made an unforgettable impression on Pushkin. The city tour also goes to the statue of Mother Georgia and the old castle Narikala (4th century) from where you will be able to enjoy the great panoramic views over the city. In National Museum (closed on Mondays) we visit a treasury that hosts a really unique, unknown collection, so this is a highlight that can’t be missed. Another important place is the Sulphur baths – well known to relax your mind after a long day full of impressions. Dinner tonight is at a traditional Georgian restaurant.
Overnight: Clocks Hotel or similar

Day 8 : Mtskheta To Kazbegi National Park
Meals Included: B, D

In the morning we visit the old capital and religious heart of Georgia, Mtskheta. It was the site of early Christian activity and the location where Christianity was proclaimed as the state religion (337), after the Cappadocian woman St. Nino arrived to enlighten the country. Not only centuries ago people valued this place, also today its valued by many and hence the fact that you find two UNESCO World Heritage Sites here. Needless to say you will visit both. One is Jvari Monastery (C5th-6th), which looks over Mtskheta and from where you have a perfect view on the next UNESCO site: Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (C11th). Whereas Jvari church gives you a private, personal, rather intimate feeling the Cathedral leaves you with an overpowering impression of Georgian religious splendour. Later it’s time to explore the Great Caucasus Mountains. In the morning we visit Ananuri fortified complex (17th century) and enjoy the beautiful views of the Jinvali water reservoir. Afterwards it’s time to discover Kazbegi National Park, where we will be walking the next two days as well. When we arrive at the charmingly located town Stepantsminda, also known as Kazbegi, we will see the impressive and holy Mt. Kazbek (5047m). On the hilltop in front of us lays a Georgian icon, the C14th Tsminda Sameba Church, commonly known as Gergeti Trinity Church, our goal for today.
Walking: ~2½hrs, +/- 400m
Accommodation: Hotel Porta Caucasia Kazbegi or Intourist Hotel or similar

Day 9 : Juta Village And Walk In The Caucasus Mountains
Meals Included: B, L, D

Today we drive by 4WD to the remote village of Juta, to visit a local family and taste traditional Georgian yoghurt “Matsoni” and honey. We will take a short walk towards breathtaking Mt. Chaukhebi (reach the top of the village) and enjoy herbal tea at a local cafe. The gorge runs through all the way to the moraine. For keen walkers, there is the option of a beautiful short walk from Juta (approx. 3 hours return) to the foot of Mt Chaukhebi (3842m) - a multi-pinnacled peak popular with climbers. Afterwards we will walk back to Juta village, and return to Kazbegi for overnight.
Walking time: 3.5 – 4 hrs; Ascend/Descend 500 m; Grade: easy to moderate.
Accommodation: Hotel Porta Caucasia Kazbegi or Intourist Hotel or similar

Day 10 : Gori And Borjomi Park
Meals Included: B, D

In the morning we drive to visit a place dating from the 1st millennium B.C.: Uplistsikhe. Once this was an enormous cave city, but the ruins of it are still impressive. One can wonder here how it must have felt in those days and your guide will explain how this place from a centre of paganism changed to a centre of Christianity. In the centre of Gori we can visit the Stalin museum. Later we continue our way to Borjomi. Here we visit Borjomi Park where we will be able to taste the famous mineral water – Borjomi. This water is very good for health and is one of the favourite drinks of Georgians and most importantly one of the biggest export products of Georgia. Dinner is at the hotel.
Overnight: Crowne Plaza Borjomi or similar

Day 11 : Vardzia To Gyumri
Meals Included: B, L, D

In the morning we drive to Akhaltsikhe and visit the newly reconstructed, impressive Rabati Fortress, which is one of the most expensive projects related to tourism in Georgia and that is noticeable. They incorporated within the fortress walls different buildings from different ages, for example a gazebo, a castle, a mosque with a gilded dome. And let’s not forget the archaeological museum, which is elaborate and has stunning artefacts. Today lunch will be served in a local residents house, everything on your table will be fresh, natural and extremely delicious. The specialty of the day is freshly caught trout. After lunch, we explore one of the most amazing sites of Georgia: Vardzia, a cave complex (12th century) that once was a concealed city. An earthquake damaged its original structure in the 13th century, so it’s not hidden anymore, but it still captures visitors with its uniqueness and greatness. The complex includes 139 cave groups with a total of 409 rooms, 25 wine cellars and 12 small churches. Dwellings are interconnected with passageways. In the centre of the monastery is the main cathedral, which preserves murals (12th century) that have been a crucial significance in the development of the Medieval Georgian wall painting. It includes one of the few portraits of the iconic Queen Tamar. Afterwards we cross border to Armenia at Bavra border and continue our way to Gyumri.
Overnight: Araks Hotel/Alexandropol Hotel in Gyumri, or similar

Day 12 : In Gyumri, To Yerevan
Meals Included: B, D

Today we will explore Gyumri – a city of rich traditions and culture. We'll walk in the historic downtown admiring the city’s old architecture from 19th century, which contrasts the Soviet architecture of later period. We will visit a blacksmith’s studio, the oldest brewery in Armenia and a local barber’s shop which almost hasn’t changed since its establishment nearly a century ago. We will then leave Gyumri to discover the surroundings of Mt. Aragats, the highest mountain in Armenia at 4,090 m. We'll see its rugged landscapes full of mountain springs, alpine meadows and wild flowers. We will visit the ruins of medieval Amberd castle located on the slopes of mountain, which was skillfully constructed on a triangular cape dominating the two gorges naturally protecting the fortress. We'll have a possibility to have a short walk near Amberd to enjoy the fresh air and natural beauty of this picturesque place. Season permitting, we will see the seasonal camps of Yezidi people – the largest religious and ethnic minority in Armenia, who come to stay in the mountains in the warm months of the year (depending on the weather: May to September). For dinner a local family will host us. The hostess will treat us with her delicious homemade dishes prepared with great love and care.
Overnight: Ani Plaza Hotel or similar

Day 13 : Sights Of Yerevan & Echmiadzin
Meals Included: B, D

Today we will have a tour of Yerevan, including Victory Park at Mother Armenia monument, from where you will behold a panoramic view of the city. We will also visit other sights of the capital, including the Republic Square, the Opera house, the Cascade complex; and Matenadaran museum, which hosts the biggest collection of medieval Armenian manuscripts. In the afternoon we will tour Echmiadzin – the religious capital of Armenia, and Zvartnots Cathedral. Both are UNESCO sites. *Please note that our trip itinerary will depend on current opening times (and days) of the museums/historic sites and therefore the order of sights visited may vary accordingly. Return to Yerevan for dinner & overnight.
Overnight: Ani Plaza Hotel or similar

Day Trip To Lake Sevan
Meals Included: B, L, D

Today we will travel to places where outstanding natural beauty meets history, tradition and culture. We'll drive through Ararat plain and make a stop at Khor Virap, which provides a fantastic view of the biblical Mt. Ararat believed to be the resting place of Noah’s Ark. Continuing our way through the mountains, we will reach Vayots Dzor region which is rich in history, archeology, culture and breathtaking landscapes. Next, we'll drive by Areni village known as the grapes and wine capital of Armenia. We will stop at Areni-­1 cave to see the place where the world’s oldest leather shoe and an ancient winemaking facility was discovered. Driving through the spectacular Noravank gorge, a place of natural beauty, rich with beautiful multi-colored rocks, we'll reach the famous Noravank medieval monastery - resting on a high cliff around red rocks and known for its outstanding, intricate carvings. Rustic village lunch at a café inside a cave. We will then follow the Silk Road to drive up the picturesque Selim Pass (2,014 m) and stop at a 14th century Selim Caravanserai, which offered hospitality for traders traveling along the Silk Road. We'll then continue our way along the shores of Lake Sevan, the “Pearl of Armenia” and one of the largest high---altitude fresh water lakes in the world (1,900 m). We’ll stop at Sevan peninsula and ascend to its top to admire the beautiful colours of the lake from this viewpoint. Dinner at a local restaurant on the shores of the lake where we will try delicious grilled fish – the best in the area. Return to Yerevan.
Overnight: Ani Plaza Hotel or similar

Day 15 : To Geghard And Garni
Meals Included: B, L, D

In the morning we will visit a 13th century rock-carved monastery of Geghard, a UNESCO World Heritage site. We'll explore this medieval Armenian architecture, the Monastery and some chambers of the monastery were carved out of solid rock and possess exceptional acoustics. The monastic complex received its name after the Holy Lance which was kept here in the middle ages. We'll then drive to the village of Garni, en route stop by roadside stalls with villagers selling their homemade jams, pickled vegetables, and other local products. We'll then visit 1st century Garni pagan temple - at one time this was the summer residence of the Armenian kings located in a picturesque place overlooking a deep canyon. We will have a 1 hour walk down to Garni gorge to see the unique rock formations called ‘Symphony of Stones’. We'll have lunch at a private house and watch local women bake traditional Armenian flat bread ‘lavash’ made in a special oven in the ground. Return to Yerevan and visit the Cognac Factory for a tour and tasting. Farewell dinner at an atmospheric restaurant in Yerevan.
Overnight: Ani Plaza Hotel or similar

Day 16 : In Yerevan, Trip Concludes
Meals Included: B

After breakfast, trip concludes with transfers to the airport for onward travel. Should you wish to extend your stay in Yerevan, please discuss post tour arrangements with your World Expeditions' Adventure Travel Consultant.

What's Included

  • Accommodation
    15 nights hotel

  • 15 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 14 dinners

  • local sightseeing & entrance fees to monuments

  • accommodation in hotels/guesthouse on a twin share basis

  • all internal transport by private vehicle

  • English speaking local tour guides

  • assistance on arranging visas

  • airport transfers (day 1 and 16 only)

What's Not Included

  • Meals not indicated in the itinerary

  • Bottled water, aerated and alcoholic drinks

  • Items of a personal nature such as phone calls, laundry, etc.

  • International flights

  • Tips

  • Airport and departure taxes

  • Visas

  • Travel insurance

Accommodation

15 nights hotel
Our hotel accommodation will be in western style hotels / guesthouses which are well located to ensure we make the most of our time. On Days 8-9 in Kazbegi we will either stay at a family guesthouse or hotel. All accommodation will be on a twin-share basis with private bathroom facilities. In some of the more rural areas the best available accommodation will be used. All rooms have private facilities, however please bear in mind that plumbing can at times be dubious, even in the best hotels. If you have a problem, advise your group leader, or floor attendant.

Grading

These adventure tours sometimes may visit remote areas where facilities are often basic. These adventure tours will often involve long journeys and rough roads. To enjoy these adventures we suggest reasonable fitness and health, a moderately active lifestyle and have a positive attitude. Suggested preparation: Two or three times a week, we recommend you walk on undulating terrain for an hour or more, for at least 3 months prior to departure.

What You Carry

You will be required to carry all your luggage between hotels and transportation. On sightseeing days you will be required to carry a day pack with your camera, water proof clothing and any other personal items you may require during the day.

Check out our Q&As

  • Who will be my travelling companions on the tour?

    We have offices on three continents which means your travelling companions will be just that – international and wonderfully eclectic. Part of small group travel means that although travellers come from various locations and backgrounds, you will be travelling with like-minded companions who, like you, are keen to share the experience and forge lifelong friendships.

  • What about environmental impact?

    We believe that adventure travel revolves around establishing a strong relationship with the people and environments in which we operate. Our responsible travel policies have been carefully developed to ensure that we minimise the impact of our presence and help to protect the regions we visit while contributing positively to the local community.

  • What should I pack?

    Your pre-departure documents include a detailed packing list with items that you need to bring. While most of the equipment for daily activities is included in your tour cost, some items like helmets and hiking boots are best brought from home. The pre-departure documents also include information on layering and recommended brands for various items to ensure you are fully prepared for your trip.

  • Do you operate a “single share” option and how does it work?

    Yes. World Expeditions does not require single travellers to pay a surcharge for travelling alone on the vast majority of our trips. Our holidays are primarily on a twin share basis, so if you are joining the group as a solo traveller, we will match you with someone of your own gender. The choice is yours however; if you prefer not to share, we do offer single supplements for private occupancy.

  • Are tips included in my trip price?

    Tips are not included in the tour cost. Tipping is a personal thing, do not worry about how much, or when, to tip. Tipping guidelines are provided for certain destinations in our pre departure information upon booking, however the best advice will be provided by your tour leader.

  • Am I suited to small-group travel?

    We recognise that many of our travellers have not been on a ‘group trip’ before. Yet what our departures provide is both structure and flexibility, allowing you plenty of freedom within the framework of the itinerary. You’ll find that with our maximum group size at 16, you’ll travel in a minimal impact style with a great group of like-minded travellers.

  • Can you advise which vaccinations are recommended?

    While our pre-departure kit provides information on vaccinations, we suggest that you consult your doctor, local government inoculation centre or a travel medical specialist in order to get the most current advice regarding vaccination requirements.

Reviews from Travellers on this Tour

Dennis Gatt(Naxxar Malta)  

Azerbaijan, Georgia & Armenia Explorer

4 Jul 2023

Beautiful countries, fantastic itinerary and perfect organisation.

Bernadette White(Kensington, VIC Australia)  

Azerbaijan, Georgia & Armenia Explorer

6 Jul 2023

We found that this trip exceeded our already high expectations. The itinerary was well planned and we saw many wonderful sites. The guides were all knowledgeable and very friendly and helpful. Particular attention was paid to food and we had many delicious meals. We had absolutely no concerns about safety. Would highly recommend this trip for someone who is interested in some less well known destinations

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