Wedged between the Caspian and Black Seas, the less visited countries of Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan showcase a wealth of cultural and historical treasures. Discover these special gems on this unique journey. 

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Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan

17 days from $7,995

Wedged between the Caspian and Black Seas, the less visited countries of Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan showcase a wealth of cultural and historical treasures. Discover these special gems on this unique journey. 

or Call 855-330-1542

Overview

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Wedged between the Caspian and Black Seas, the less visited countries of Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan showcase a wealth of cultural and historical treasures. Discover these special gems on this unique journey. 

Highlights Include

  • Azerbaijan: Explore Baku, the burgeoning capital on the Caspian, with its ancient and modern architecture as you walk through the Old City and explore the Museum of Azerbaijan Carpets and the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center. Venture outside the city to discover the archaeological sites of Gobustan and Atashgah Zorastrian Fire Temple. Spend a night in Sheki, one of the country’s oldest cities, and enjoy a performance of traditional Azeri music.
  • Georgia: Cross into Eastern Georgia’s Kakheti region, renowned for its vineyards and some of the country’s most impressive religious architecture. Celebrate Georgian culinary traditions with a Georgian Table Feast, complemented by traditional polyphonic singing. Stop at the Stalin Museum in Gori, the impressive 12th-century Vardzia cave complex, and the Phoka Nunnery. In Tbilisi, Georgia’s famed capital, explore the old town, see the National Museum’s archaeological collection, learn about modern politics, and enjoy a classical music concert.
  • Armenia: Designed with input from Smithsonian’s Center for Forklife and Cultural Heritage, enjoy the best of Amenia. In the Lori region, stop in at the Nurik Center, an NGO supporting women through cultural tourism and learn to make traditional Armenian dishes with a local family. Enjoy day trips to Geghard Monastery and Noravank.

Included meals are denoted as follows: Breakfast (B), Lunch (L), Reception (R), Dinner (D)