Jeep Tour in Armenia

Route Lenght 1270 km Off Road 200 km
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10 Days 9 Nights
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Don’t miss exclusive Jeep Tour in Armenia with Armenia Hospitality.

You will visit the most amazing and popular cultural and natural corners of the country. Expect adrenaline-rush, unforgettable driving experiences, off-road adventures and even more.

Departure & Return Location

Zvartnots International Airport

Departure Time

2 Hours Before Flight Time


Day 1Arrival – Yerevan City Tour

Tour start point is Republic Square – symbol of modern Yerevan. Republic, the largest central town square in Yerevan
– Parajanov House-Museum with authentic furniture and various maestro’s works – drawings, collages, assemblages, hats.
– Visit to the Armenian Genocide Memorial.
– Lunch.
– Dinner and overnight stay in Yerevan.

Day 2Garni - Garni gorge - Geghard - Geghard plato - Yerevan

– Depart to Garni Temple (1st century), the only temple in Armenia preserved from pagan times.
– Drive to the Azat river gorge to admire the Symphony of Stones.
– Lunch.
– Visit to Geghard Monastery (4-13th century),
a unique architectural example of cave churches. The monastery contains a number of churches and tombs, most of them cut into the rock, illustrating the very peak of Armenian medieval architecture. The complex of medieval buildings is set into a landscape of great natural beauty, surrounded by towering cliffs at the entrance to the Azat Valley and inscribed in UNESCO World heritage list.
– Geghard plato where you can admire the grandeur of the gorge.
– Dinner and overnight in Yerevan.
Route length – 100 km
Off road route length – 15 km
Duration – 8-9 hours

Day 3Yerevan - Noravanq - Smbataberd - Tsakhats Kar - Hermon

– Drive to Vayots Dzor marz to visit Areni wine factory, followed by an excursion in Noravanq monastery complex.
– Lunch.
– Off road lifting to Smbataberd, one of the biggest defensive citadels of mid-century Armenia.
– Tsakhats Kar monastery, located on the opposite hill of the stronghold.
– In Shatin village you will have an opportunity to view with binoculars the bezoar goats, registered in the red book, freely walking in the nature.
– Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel of Hermon.
Route length – 300 km
Off road route length – 16 km
Duration – 10 hours

Day 4Hermon - Ukhtasar petroglips - Sisian

– On the way to Sisian is situated one of the miracles of Syunyik region – Ukhtasar. Here there are thousands of petroglips carved by pre-human beings with stone tools, dated up to 6-7000 BC.
– Lunchbox.
– Dinner and overnight stay in Sisian.
Route length – 150 km
Off road route length – 60 km
Duration – 8 hours

Day 5Sisian - Old Harjis settlement - Vorotan gorge (canyon) - Tatev - Barzravan - Goris

– Old Harjis settlement is one of the oldest villages of Vorotan gorge. It is distinguished with its buildings, unique cross-stones (khachkars), gravestones, as well as the breathtakingly beauty of the gorge.
-Visit to Tatev, travelling to the monastery by the world’s longest ropeway Wings of Tatev.
– Lunch.
– Off road tour to Barzravan village. The whole route passes through the Vorotan gorge and differs with its unique beauty.
– Dinner and overnight stay in Goris.
Route length – 110 km
Off road route length – 30 km
Duration – 11 hours

Day 6Goris - Khndzorek - Hunot Canyon - Shushi

– Departure to Artsakh.
– En route visit the ancient cave settlement in Khndzoresk.
– Check in the hotel in Shushi
– Walking city tour to the fortress, St. Amenaprkich church, Jdrduz (canyon).
Optional: hike to the Hunot canyon and admire the beauty of waterfalls called Zontikner (Umbrellas), the length of the hiking route – 5 km, 2-3 hours).
Route type – off road
Route length – 140 km
Off road route length – 10 km
Duration – 8 hours

Day 7Shushi - Stepanakert - Gandzasar - Dadivanq

– Drive to Stepanakert, the capital city of the Republic of Artsakh.
– Walking city tour.
– The monument called “We and our mountains”.
– Gandzasar monastery (13th century) is registered among top 7 Armenian architectural creations.
– Drive to Dadivanq (4-14th century). The road lays through Tartar river gorge that differs with its magnificent rocks and forests.
– Overnight stay in tents, near Dadivanq, on the shore of Tartar river.
Route length – 160 km
Off road route length – 0 km
Duration – 9 hours

Day 8Dadivanq - Zaur hot water springs - Armaghan - Sevan

– Depart to Zaur hot water springs, a hot mineral water geyser. You will have an opportunity to swim in the basin.
– Lunch.
– Drive to Sevan. Depended on time available, it’s also possible to drive up to the Armaghan mountain, which has a crater lake on its summit.
– Dinner and overnight stay in Sevan.
Route length – 230 km
Off road route length – 50 km
Duration – 10 hours

Day 9Sevan - Bjni - Yerevan

– Sevanavanq on Sevan peninsula
– Bjni. Here the way up to Mayravanq by cars, wherefrom opens an amazing view on Geghama mountains, Ararat mountain etc.
– Walking around tour in the fortress and the church in Bjni.
– Return to Yerevan.
– Dinner and overnight stay in Yerevan.
Route length – 80 km
Off road route length – 20 km
Duration – 7 hours

Day 10Departure

– Checkout from the hotel.
– Transfer to the airport.