Favorite site in Armenia
Arthur couldn't mark one favorite sight in Armenia. Most of all he likes it's capital Yerevan which is a unique cozy town full of curious attractions, museums, and parks.
Why guide?
Arthur has 8-year experience as a guide. He thinks that the work of the tour guide is fascinating because during the tour he learns a lot of interesting and amazing things about his homeland as well as about the country of the arrived tourist.
Random Facts
Arthur has been with Arara since day one. His outgoing character helps our customers stay friends with him even after their tours. Arthur is a great travel companion, and with all his experience in tourism he can solve any issue in a minute.
Guide reviews

Amy Peacock

I did the 14-day tour to Armenia with Arara. The sightseeing spots included in the tour were amazing and so captivating. The program was very well structured to cover most of Armenia. The team did a great job from beginning till the end. The email correspondence with Tatev went smoothly, she was quick in responding and very flexible during the communication process. I had this professional and experienced guide Arthur, who was amazing in every aspect. I am rather an experienced traveler and have met many tour guides throughout my trips. And I can confidently say that Arthur in Armenia is one of the best. I highly recommend Arara tours and once again want to thank Tatev and the team for making this happen!

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Adalberto & Agueda

Hello from Portugal, we are back home safe and sound! Wanted to thank our tour manager Rima who was always patient to answer all our questions and was a key part of journey success. Wherever we go my son complains about the food, lack of services and that tour includes lots of theory however he keeps telling me the Caucasus was perfectly organized.
We really enjoy being in these 3 countries and of course, each one is unique in its way. We enjoyed mosques in Azerbaijan, besides Gobustan, was memorable. But personally I think since it’s a newly established country everything is just modern and that’s it. Georgia was about a mixture of modern - old architecture, lots of cheese and khachapuri. Armenia is the place where we really wish to come back, people, nature, culture and traditions are not like anything in any other countries. I will never forget the picturesque view from Tatev University Church and the longest cable care, which goes into the canyon.
Our guides and drivers in 3 countries were perfectly prepared. Special thanks to Sandro who also organized my son’s birthday, which was very nice of him.  Drivers were polite and punctual and even in Armenia our guide Arthur took us places which were not included in the program, so if you happen to be in Armenia make sure you will meet many hospitable people like him. Hotels were clean, the staff was well organized and polite.
Best Wishes,
Adalberto & Agueda
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Margaret Edwards

We booked 20-day trip to Armenia Azerbajan and Georgia this summer with Arara . Our tout coordinator Sati was amazing with all her help. We were lucky to meet her in person in Armenia and express our gratitude. The trip was very interesting with lots of visits to touristic destinations. We especially liked Garni Temple. The view of the gorge was breathtaking.
Our Georgian guide was the main highlight of the trip. He was very funny, knowledgeable and helpful. We will remember Sandro for a long time.
Azerbaijan was quite nice. We didn’t except Baku to be that Beautiful. We bought many souvenirs from local shops in each country. Make sure to hide your Armenian souvenirs in Azerbaijan border as the customs officers can take them away from you. 
We will definitely reach out to Arara again for another trip. Central Asia maybe? How knows

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