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Brown Bear Tracking Tour in Armenia

We offer a real adventure for nature lovers - an opportunity to track and observe Syrian Brown bears (Ursus arctos syriacus) in the wild, guided by a wildlife expert. You will have a chance to observe not only bears and other animals, such as Bezoar goats (endemic for the region), Eurasian Black vulture, Bearded vulture, Griffon vulture, Egyptian vulture, Golden eagle, Steppe eagle and many other forest and steppe bird species, but also will learn about field methods of bear
per person
15 April – 15 June
3 days
up to 10 people
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Wildlife Tour to “Gnishik” Protected Landscape

The “Gnishik” Protected Landscape comprises Areni, Gnishik and Khachik community areas from RA Vayots Dzor province, 6010.74 ha, 120 km far from Yerevan. It stretches from the Arpa...
per person
May – October
5 days
up to 15 people
118

Widlife tour to “Shikahogh” State Reserve

The wildlife tour is aimed to discover beauty of “Shikahogh” state reserve, ancient Plane Grove and wild Bezoar Goats.
per person
May – October
4 days
up to 15 people
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Hiking Tour “Wonders of Lori”

Lori is a province (marz) of Armenia. It is located in the north of the country, bordering Georgia. Vanadzor is the capital and the largest city of the province. Other important towns are Stepanavan, Alaverdi, and Spitak. UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Haghpat and Sanahin monasteries as well as a well-preserved Akhtala monastery are located in Lori.
per person
March – November
1 day
up to 15 people
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Hiking in Tatev

Tatev is one of the most wonderful places in Armenia. It's famous not only as the oldest spiritual center and largest university of medieval Armenia but also with the longest rope-way in the world. We offer you short hiking tours in this amazing region, which will help you to explore the beauty of our nature and will lead you through the paths of our history while observing old monuments. 
per person
mid. May-June
3 days
up to 10 people
158

Hiking in “Dilijan” National Park

Nestled between mountains ranges, Dilijan is one of Armenia’s most picturesque towns. The lush forests, snow capped mountains, and untamed rivers of the region have earned Dilijan the nickname, “Little Switzerland”. The town is located 100 kilometers from Yerevan, in northeastern Armenia. As you hike through different parts of the region, you will notice how quickly the landscapes change from evergreen forests to lush grazing fields to deciduous forests. These constantly shifting micro-ecosystems make for delightful hikes. Dilijan is a
per person
March – November
1 day
up to 15 people