Tour to Geghardavank, Garni Temple, Lake Sevan, Sevanavank, Haghartsin, Goshavank, Dilijan
Our first stop is the Charents Arch, which offers a truly stunning view of the snow-covered Biblical Mount Ararat, which has become a symbol of Armenia. Continuing our way, we get to the Geghard Monastery standing proudly over the abyss. Geghard is the spear that Longinus plunged into the hypochondrium of Jesus Christ, crucified on the Cross. The monastery, built in the IV century, is carved into the rock and is included in UNESCO. Then we are waiting for Garni. The pagan temple in the Greek style, the stones of which are about two meters long, fastened with staples and pins, is one of a kind. After that, the blue pearl of Armenia awaits us. Lake Sevan is hidden among the high mountains, the largest of the lakes of the Caucasus. Sevanavank monastery built in the 10th century, has seen many wars and offers a wonderful view of Lake Sevan. Then we head to Dilijan, or as the Armenian Switzerland is popularly called. This city is completely shrouded in forests. The first attraction we will visit is the Goshavank Monastery, a spiritual and educational temple hidden in the forests, bears the name of the outstanding thinker Mkhitar Gosh, whose "Sudebnik" began to be used not only in Armenia, but also in Russia, Poland, Georgia and India. Haghartsin Monastery is a unique white stone monastery in a wooden valley. Dilijan city is known not only for its forests and monasteries, but also for the purest drinking water. As Rubik says from the movie “Mimino” "Valiko Jan, you open a simple faucet in our Dilijan kitchen, the water flows second in the world!”.