Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan highlights tour
Description of Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan highlights tour
Step inside the countries of the South Caucasus as you explore Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan in the company of an English speaking local guide.
This fabulous tailor made fortnight takes you across the borders from where nights in hospitable city-based B&Bs and plenty of free time to get orientated, open up the cultural contrasts of the Caucasus as well as all the classic highlights.
Three nights in the capital cities of Yerevan (Armenia) and Tbilisi (Georgia), as well as beautiful Baku in Azerbaijan, encourage travellers to get a real feel for the region, as a whole, as well as opening up a culinary cornucopia of traditional food and wine.
From Etchmiadzin Cathedral, Khor Virap Monastery and Lake Sevan in Armenia to Georgia's Kakheti wine region, and Gabla and Sheki in Azerbaijan, this two week tailor made tour will take you to the highlights of the South Caucasus as well as unveiling the lesser-known secrets.
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5 Reviews of Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan highlights tour
Reviewed on 30 May 2022 by Chris SledgePretty good… And very good value. Read full review
Reviewed on 02 Oct 2021 by Mark BergherrA great adventure! One that I’ll never forget. Aside from the amazing sights and tours, it was the passion and expertise of the local guides and travel agent. Read full review
Reviewed on 12 Oct 2019 by Abs AhmedI found Armenia so refreshing and authentic. Read full review
Reviewed on 26 Jun 2019 by David YatesVisiting the religious sites as well as the safe atmosphere in Yerevan, Georgia and Azerbaijan were memorable Read full review
Reviewed on 22 Oct 2019 by Nigel StanyardBaku was very impressive - the historic old town renovated with care and the incredible modern architecture and illumination at night of the modern city. Read full review
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Passenger vehicles are a major pollution contributor, producing significant amounts of nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, and other pollution. In Georgia, we often use electric cars which have several benefits over conventional automobiles, including a significant reduction of local air pollution.
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Our tourists travel in small groups so they have a minimal impact on the environment as we go. We work with local operator, who employs on our behalf local group leaders, drivers and the local site guides creating vital local employment.
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We ensure minimal social and environmental impact in the places we visit by travelling in small groups. Another advantage of having a small group is that it helps to stay in a family run.
As there are three different countries with different mentalities, we always inform our tourists about local customs and traditions, communication issues and rules of conduct in the churches and mosques in each country. Thus, during all our tours, we are trying to encourage travelers to approach places they visit with greater understanding and respect.