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Duration: 6 days \ 5 nights

Day 1: Lagodekhi – Signagi – Bodbe – Tbilisi
Meet with guide at the Azerbaijan – Georgia border Lagodekhi.
Trip to Kakheti.  Today we will explore picturesque and the most fertile part of Georgia  -  Kakheti, which borders the Great Caucasus range from the north Alazani Valley, summits of which are over 3,000  m.  This  region  is  known  as  a  birthplace  of  viticulture  and  wine-  making.  The  reach  land, burning  sun  and  hard  work  have  developed  about  500 varieties of vine in Georgia. The history, culture and lifestyle of Georgians are embodied in Georgian wine. It is a symbol of  Georgian  hospitality,  friendship,  tolerance  and  a  key  to the mystery of Georgian longevity. Explore  Sighnaghi  fortified  town  famous  for  its  wine  and carpet making  culture.  Enjoy  breathtaking  views  of  Kizikhi area and unusual Charm of Sighnaghi Royal Town. Have a walk in narrow streets of the town in shadow of wooden balconies richly decorated with the lace of carved ornaments.Visit  Bodbe  Nunnery(9thc),  the  place  where  St. Nino,  the 4th.c  female  evangelist  of  Georgians  is buried.
Drive to Tbilisi.
Overnight in Tbilisi.

Day 2: Tbilisi
Here myth and history, culture and traditions,  diverse  nature  and hospitable  people;  all  intermingle with  one  another,  inspired  poetry, polyphonic  songs  and  elegant dancing.  A  blend  of  cultures,  a smell  of  spices,  different  nations meeting  on  street  corners, different  faiths  sharing  the  same courtyards....  This is Tbilisi, the city that  has  been  dominated  by
traders,  warriors,  tyrants  and dictators  in  turn.  Take  a  walk around the old town and breathe in the living past. Today Tbilisi is a modern city with well-known museums and theatres, art galleries, churches  and  archaeological  excavations,  Sulphur bathhouses,  narrow streets with  inner  courts, surrounded with balconies decorated with laces, which overhang over abysses
Sights to visit:
-  Metekhi Church of Assumption  (13thc.)  built by the king Demetre  II. Resting upon the top
of the hill, the church is a good example of cross-domed Georgian orthodox churches.
-  Georgian Synagogue - Jewish prayer house built from 1895 to 1903.
-  Sioni Cathedral  (6th-19thcc.).  The cathedral was the seat of the ruling Catholicos-Patriarchs
and  is  commonly  referred  to  as  the  “Tbilisi  Sioni”,  following  an  old  Georgian  custom  of
naming churches after places in the Holy Land.
-  Anchiskhati Basilica (6thc.) – the oldest surviving church in Tbilisi.
-  Narikhala Fortress -  the main citadel of the city where you can enjoy the wonderful views
of Tbilisi.
-  Sulphur Baths - high in sulphurs and other minerals, with a constant temperature of 38C to
40C, the waters have long been used as a therapeutic aid for a range of ailments.
-  Rustaveli  Avenue  -  the  central  avenue  in  Tbilisi named  after
the medieval Georgian poet, Shota Rustaveli.
-  National  Museum  of  Georgia  where  you  can  enjoy  the  permanent  exhibition  ‘The
Archaeological Treasury’.
Visit Rustavi International Motopark.
Have an unforgettable challenge  –  Legend cars challenge. Legends  class  is  a  class  of  the  circuit  racing championship of Georgia.
Bolide Type: Classic (retro)
Engine  Type:  Yamaha  1300cc,  linear;  4-cylinder; 16-valve
Gearbox: as the engine
Tires: road (Standard)


The  legends  type  cars  were  designed specifically by Speedway Motorsport,  Inc. which  owns eight  raceways  in  the  United States. Legends  Class  by  its  data  is  supreme  –  it develops 100 km/h in 4 seconds, for such acceleration  you  will  need  at  least Porsche. The  Legends  cars  is  a  safe  racing  car,  it protects the pilot even when turning several times. The  Legends  cars  racing  is  held:  in  the  United  States  (more  than  300  races  a  year);  Finland; Denmark; the Netherlands; Morocco, etc. In our country Legend is understood as a retro car until a person appears at its wheel. This is the case when the feeling is much more impressive than the expectation.
Overnight in Tbilisi.


Drive to Tbilisi – Armenia border Sadakhlo.
Meet Armenian guide and driver at the border and drive to Yenokavan village, Tavush region. The territory of Yenokavan is mountainous and rocky. There is a canyon behind the village. It is lush with forest, river and has caves with interesting carvings. The hillsides Yenokavan are covered with a green carpet of Alpine meadows. 
We are going to visit Yell Extreme Park here which is home for Recreation and & Extreme Sports! As the first amusement in Armenia, it gives an opportunity to do extreme sports without being a professional. Today we are going to enjoy zipline. The zipline has 5 different lines: 135m, 268m, 200m, 375m, and 750m. The average duration of the flight is 1.5h. It includes 15minutes training concerning to safety rules, 30 sec-2 minutes for the zip line and 5-20min to move from one line to another.
Overnight at Apaga Resort in Yenokavan.


Breakfast at the hotel.
Drive to Yerevan via sightseeing of Sevan, the pearl of Armenia.  Visit Sevanavank monastery
Evening city tour of Yerevan exploring various layers of its history – medieval shrines hidden behind imposing Soviet-style façades, narrow streets of the old center with sunlight playing on its pink walls, Blue Mosque on Mashtots Avenue, Republic SquareCascade and Mother Armenia, Opera House and ambitious projects of Armenia – North Avenue.
Overnight at the hotel in Yerevan.


Breakfast at the hotel.
Drive to Kotayk region via sightseeing of the picturesque Avan Canyon, skirting formidable cliffs and passing exotic-looking gorges until a green plateau by the Azat River comes into view. Here, in the harmony of relief and the virgin nature you will see the pagan Garni architectural complex of the 1st century and feel the spirit of ancient ages. Here, in Garni you can see the process of baking the traditional bread “Lavash”, which is included in UNESCO’sRepresentative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. 
Another ten minutes ride through the gorge will take you to the cave monastery of Geghard (12th –13th centuries). 
Drive back to Yerevan and visit Ararat Brandy factory.
Overnight in Yerevan.


Breakfast at the hotel.
Transfer to the airport for flight back.


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