Jeeping-tour to Nagorno-Karabakh

3 days / 2 nights
Off-road tour

Score from reviews

Dadivank, Jermajur, Jraberd, Monastery Yeritsmankants

Tour programm

Day 1
Early morning departure from Yerevan. Drive to Nagorno Kharabagh. On the way we will visit Sevanavank Monastery, constructed in the 9th century. From the monastery opens a wonderful view of Lake Sevan, the largest high-altitude lake in the world. Then we head for the monastery complex Dadivank, built in the 9th century. It is located in Nagorno-Karabakh, on a wooded slopes of Mount Mrav, near the picturesque river Tartar. According to the legend, the monastery was founded by St. Apostle Dade in the 1th century. In 2007, under the altar of the monastery complex church were found relics of St. Apostle Dade. From Dadivank setting up to the hot mineral spring Jermajur. With the composition and medicinal properties it is close to the source of Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic) and Jermuk (Armenia). Spring water is drinkable, it is also possible taking a bath in this mineral water. Overnight in Jermajur in tents or in the village.
Day 2
Breakfast. Depart from Jermajur and drive towards medieval Armenian citadel Jraberd. Citadel, which is ruined now, is located on the rock in the junction point of Tartar and Trky rivers. Trky is one of the purest rivers, which flows through the deep beautiful canyon, through the mountains and forests. From Jraberd drive to Yerits Mankants Monastery, built in the 17th century. The monastery is a unique example of the late medieval Artsakh (Nagorno Kharabagh) architecture. Overnight in the tents or in the village.
Day 3
Breakfast. Drive to Jermajur. Spend a day bathing in the mineral water, hiking. Return to Yerevan.

Individual tour by request

For booking click on price
2-3 pax 4-6 pax 7-15 pax 16-25 pax 25 pax and more
AMD 220000 AMD 190000 AMD 155000 AMD 125000 AMD 95000

Currency :

The price includes:


•  Overnight in Jermajur , Yerits Mankants

•  Transportation service according to the program (with professional driver);

•  English speaking mountain guide;

•  Full Board;

•  2 bottles of water a day;

•  Entrance fees;

•  Travel map of Armenia;

•  Taxes


The tour price does not include:


•  Alcoholic drinks;

•  Insurance.




•  Tour can start from any place you prefer in Yerevan;

Your first-hand experiences really help other travelers. Thanks!
(Fields marked with * are required)

Name* :

Email* (not published on site) :

Title of your review :

Your review* :

Best selling tours in Armenia

New from travel blog