MYSTERIOUS CAUCASUS

West Asia  > Azerbaijan

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  1. 1. Prices stated above are tour fare per pax.
  2. 2. Tour fare is not inclusive of any MISC charges.
  3. 3. Prices and discounts shown are guidelines only and are not guaranteed until purchase is completed.
  4. 4. Please check the available Room Type combination prior to tour booking.
# Departure Description Price From Status
    Note
  1. 1. Prices stated above are tour fare per pax.
  2. 2. Tour fare is not inclusive of any MISC charges.
  3. 3. Prices and discounts shown are guidelines only and are not guaranteed until purchase is completed.
  4. 4. Please check the available Room Type combination prior to tour booking.
  • HIGHLIGHTS

    [ATTRACTIONS]
    - Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape 
    - Gobustan National Park Museum 
    - Mud Volcano 
    - Jvari Church Kakhetian 
    - Uplistsikhe 
    - Sevanavank Monastery 
    - Khor Virap
    
    [EXPERIENCE]
    - Cable Car to Narikala Fortress 
    - Kakhetian Wine Tasting at Khareba Winery 
    
    [GOURMET]
    - Lavangi 
    - Khorovats
    - Khachapuri 
    - Lula Kebab
    - Khinkali

  • Day 1 | Depart from KLIADOWNLOAD ITINERARY

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  • Day 2 | Arrive in Baku, Azerbaijan

    Hotel: Baku - Hilton Baku Hotel 5* or similar

    Meals: MOB / Lunch / Dinner

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    Baku City Tour (I) (Azerbaijan)
    Baku is the capital city of Azerbaijan with coastline along the Caspian Sea. Upon arrival, have a photostop at I Love Baku signboard and Heydar Aliyev Center which is a large cultural center housed in an iconic building. Visit to Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with unique history. Discover Shirvanshahs’ Palace, one of Baku’s oldest symbol built in 15th century, well known with historical Maiden’s Tower.

    Enjoy a short shopping moment at Aziz Aliyev Street before heading to Upland Park for a panoramic view of the city with Caspian coastline.

  • Day 3 | Baku → Gobustan → Mud Volcano → Baku

    Hotel: Baku - Hilton Baku Hotel 5* or similar

    Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

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    Gobustan & Mud Volcano Tour (Azerbaijan)
    At Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape, discovers over 6000 ancient paintings over rocks and caves, and learn about the stories behind these unique rock arts at Gobustan National Museum. Continue to the Mud Volcano, to observe an active volcano from a close distance.

    Baku City Tour II (Azerbaijan)
    Heading to Yanar Dag, to witness the hillside with natural gas fire blazed since ancient times. Continue the journey with Ateshgah, a 16th century Zoroastrian Fire Temple. This UNESCO World Heritage Site consists of many natural gas burning outlets.

  • Day 4 | Baku Tbilisi, Georgia

    Hotel: Tbilisi - The Biltmore Hotel 5* or similar

    Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

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    In the morning, take a domestic flight to the heart of Caucasus, Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia.

    Tbilisi Orientation Tour (Georgia)
    Start your tour at Old Town, a cobbled street full of picturesque pastel colored wooden houses. Witness the Bridge of Peace that linked old and modern Tbilisi from Mtkvari River. Take 1 way cable car ride to Narikala Fortress, be amazed by the Kartlis Deda (Mother of Georgia) statue with beautiful skyline and city view.

    At the foot of Narikala Fortress, lies the historical sulfur bath quarter, Abanotubani. Photostop at the Leaning Clock Tower and proceed to the Holy Trinity Tsminda Sameba Cathedral, is the tallest church in all of Tbilisi and recognized as a symbol of “New Georgia”.

  • Day 5 | Tbilisi → Sighnaghi → Tbilisi

    Hotel: Tbilisi - The Biltmore Hotel 5* or similar

    Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

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    Sighnaghi Tour (Georgia)
    From Georgia, head east to Kakheti region for city of love, Sighnaghi. Known as the world’s second longest city wall, leans hilltop with beautiful landscape of Alazani Valley and Caucasus Mountains. Visit Bodbe Monastery, where holds the remains and relics of legendary female evangelist of Georgians, St. Nino during 4th century. Enjoy homemade Kakhetian wine tasting at Khareba Winery in Tbilisi. Tbilisi is famous for their unique way of wine making.

    Enjoy a hearty dinner of Georgian specialties with a folk show.

  • Day 6 | Tbilisi → Mtkheta → Uplistsikhe → Tbilisi

    Hotel: Tbilisi - The Biltmore Hotel 5* or similar

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    Mtskheta Tour (First Capital of Georgia)
    Visit the 6th century Georgian Orthodox monastery - Jvari Monastery, overlooking the natural landscape of Argavi and Mtkvari Rivers.

    Caves of Uplistsikhe (Georgia)
    Next, explore the ancient cave of Uplistsikhe, an ancient rockhewn town built over rocky bank of the Mtkvari River. The place was founded inhabited since Uflistsikhe was inhabited since millennium until 17th century AD.

  • Day 7 | Tbilisi → Sadakhlo (border) → Sevan, Armenia → Yerevan

    Hotel: Yerevan - Doubletree by Hilton Hotel 4* or similar

    Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

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    Today, we will travel from Georgia to Armenia by crossing the Sadakhlo border.

    The Monastic Complex, Sevanavank (Armenia)
    Continue to Sevanavank Monastery which located on the height of over 1,900 meters above sea level on the shores of Sevan Lake, one of the largest high-mountainous fresh water lakes in the world.

    Today, you will stay at the largest city and capital of Armenia, Yerevan, an old city bears the mixture of old and new architecture.

  • Day 8 | Yerevan → Geghard → Garni → Yerevan

    Hotel: Yerevan - Doubletree by Hilton Hotel 4* or similar

    Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

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    Garni-Geghard Tour (Armenia)
    Explore two of Armenia’s most important spiritual sites, the magnificent cliff-side Geghard Monastery, named after the spear that stabbed Jesus, and the historical Garni Pagan Temple, built in the 1st century AD by King Tiridates I and dedicated to the God of Sun.

    Yerevan City Tour (I) (Armenia)
    Afternoon, visit Armenian Genocide Museum, a memorial site that unfolds the moments of horrific historical event through extensive evidences such as photographs, documents, newspaper report and films.

  • Day 9 | Yerevan → Khor Virap → Vagharshapat → Yerevan → Depart for home

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    Khor Virap Monastery (Armenia)
    The Khor Virap Monastery is a famous pilgrimage site, facing to the national symbol of Armenia, snowcapped flanks of Mount Ararat offering a spectacular view of the mountain.

    Vagharshapat Orientation Tour (Armenia)
    Next, travel to Armenia’s fourth largest city, Vagharshapat to visit the mother church of the Armenian Apostolic Church, Etchmiadzin Cathedral. The interior Byzantine decoration was furbished in the 18th century. Stop by the ruins of Zvartnots, a 7th century complex of structures built as Armenia’s main cathedral.

    Yerevan City Tour (II) (Armenia)
    Photo stop at Republic Square, architecture resembles with simplified combination of oval and trapeze. Continue to the history of the liberation movement of Artsakh, the Mother of Yerevan. This 23 meter high statue represents a female warrior guarding the entire city. Next, visit the Cascade Complex, admire Yerevan from the height and there are many impressive and unique artworks.

    In the evening, transfer to airport for our flight back home.

  • Day 10 | Arrive home

    Meals: MOB

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    Arrive home with sweet memories.

NOTE:
  1. The maximum occupancy in a hotel room is 3 travellers, including Child No Bed.
  2. Triple Sharing Room is Standard Twin Room with extra bed (roll-away / sofa / bunk bed / mattress) for the 3rd traveller.
  3. If Triple Sharing Room is not available, a Standard Twin Room plus a Standard Single Room will be arranged. Surcharges apply.
  4. Double Bed Room / Connecting Room is on request basis only, subject to hotel / cabin room availability.
  5. For family of four with 2 children and above, please contact our Tour Consultant directly for the specific room types below. *
  6. This chart serves as a general guideline only and may not be applicable to all destinations. Please refer to the remark tab for destination specific conditions, if any.
Standard Single Room 1 Adult X Adult Single
Standard Twin Room 1 Adult X Adult Twin
1 Child X Child Twin
Standard Twin Room 1 Adult X Adult Twin
1 Child X Child Twin
1 Child X Child No Bed
Triple Sharing Room 1 Adult X Adult Twin
1 Child X Child Twin
1 Child X Child With Bed
Triple Sharing Room * 1 Adult X Adult Twin
1 Child X Child Twin
1 Child X Child With Bed
1 Child X Child No Bed
Standard Twin Room 2 Adult X Adult Twin
Standard Twin Room 2 Adult X Adult Twin
1 Child X Child No Bed
Triple Sharing Room 2 Adult X Adult Twin
1 Child X Child With Bed
Triple Sharing Room * 2 Adult X Adult Twin
1 Child X Child With Bed
1 Child X Child No Bed
Triple Sharing Room 3 Adult X Adult Twin
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