Armenia Tours

Known as the “Land of Churches,” the highlands of this country still abound with around 4,000 millennia-old monasteries and places of worship. Meanwhile, in the south, you have the modern yet historic capital of Yerevan, which is heavy on culture, food (khoravats is to-die-for), and the Soviet architecture that defined 20th-century Armenia until its independence in 1991. Increasingly popular tourist attractions here are Yerevan, Shikahogh State Reserve, Lake Sevan, and Dilijan national park.