Armenia & Georgia Jeep Tour

13 days/12 nights
Small Group (2-13)
Any Date
Age: 7+

The Highlights of the Tour

Have an exciting off-road journey around the most beautiful countries of the South Caucasus Explore one of the world's richest depositories of medieval manuscripts and books - Matenadaran Experience the fly by the longest worldwide ropeway “Wings of Tatev” Drive to the highest mountain of Armenia, Aragats Admire the architecture of the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral - a masterpiece of the Early Middle Ages and UNESCO object
Off-road trip - Tatev - Aragats - Mtskheta



Our Armenia & Georgia Jeep Tour includes an off-road journey around two hospitable countries of the South Caucasus. The trip will start from Armenia where you will spend two exciting days and will enjoy an itinerary passing through the natural monuments, fortresses, ancient monasteries and other unique sights. On the third day, you will pass Armenian-Georgian border where will start your acquaintance with the cultural heritage and unique off-road trails of Georgia. The tour will end in Armenia.

Our Armenia & Georgia Jeep package was thoroughly thought out and created by a group of professional jeepers and has no analogs in the tourist market. 

Day 1 - Arrival - Yerevan City Tour

Day 2 - Aragats - Amberd - Saghmosavank - Gyumri

Day 3 - Armenia-Georgia border - Paravani - Vardzia - Akhaltsikhe

Paravani - Vardzia - Akhaltsikhe
After breakfast at the hotel you will drive to Armenia- Georgia border. After passing the border you will drive to Lake Paravani which is the biggest one in the country. Your next stop will be in cave town of Vardzia ancient cave complex built during the reign of King Georgy III. This is a fascinating town of multi-storied cave dwellings with streets, tunnels, and stairs leading to monasteries, temples, fortresses, baths, libraries. Then you will continue your trip to Akhaltsikhe where you will have rest and overnight.
Overnight: Hotel in Akhaltsikhe
Meals: Breakfast

Day 4 - Abastumani - Zekari - Sairme - Kutaisi

Day 5 - Mestia - Enguri Dam - Becho

Day 6 - Ushguli - Mestia

Day 7 - Martvili - Kutaisi

Day 8 - Mtskheta - Svetitskhoveli - Jvari - Tbilisi

Day 9 - Armenia-Georgia border - Gosh - Sevan

Day 10 - Selim Pass - Eghegis - King Smbat - Sisian

Day 11 - Tatev - Khndzoresk - Karahunj

Day 12 - Ukhtasar - Vayots Dzor - Areni

Day 13 - Departure

Transfer to airport, departure.


The tour price includes

  • Private airport transfers according to your flight information
  • Accommodation as per itinerary in double rooms
  • Meals: breakfast
  • 4 wheel drive vehicle with experienced English speaking guide driver (vaccinated guide)
  • All admission fees
  • 3 bottles (0,5 l) of water per day

The tour price doesn't include

  • Flights (available upon request)
  • Medical insurance
  • Visa fee
  • Additional night75 USD
  • 3* Single supplement297 USD
  • 4* upgrade p/p (dbl/twin room)184 USD


Janet Millar

We recently traveled to Armenia and Georgia with Arara tours. Sati, our tour coordinator was very easy to deal with. She made any modifications we requested to make the tour suit us. We had high standard vehicles in both countries, which was one of the most important things in such a trip. Both of our guide-drivers were very punctual, safe and easy-going. We made friends especially with Ara in Armenia. Hope to meet him when he is in New York.
Hotels were very good located giving us the freedom to stroll in the evenings. The staff was very nice and very quickly changed our room, as we didn’t like the view. Thank you Sati for your quick response to this and all the other minor issues we encountered during our trip. We do appreciate your skills much.
Georgia was amazing and our personal favorite. We plan to visit it again in the future with our friends. And Arara will be the only agency we will trust and contact. Great job!

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Individuelle Jeep Tour

We had a great trip - it was a full program with many highlights. Narek did a great job - we learned a lot from him. It was fun listening to him and we got to know the country, people and history. He was the best guide!
Many thanks also to you and your team - everything worked out great.
We wish you and your team all the best - we will recommend you.
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James Gal

Guide: Our guides were very good with good communication skills.  They were very easy to get on with and very helpful with information and considerate of our needs.  We enjoyed their company and they made our trip very enjoyable.
Driver: Our drivers were very skillful drivers and took us to the places we had to visit on time and safely.  The cars were very comfortable and well maintained.  Some of the roads they had to drive were not so good.
Car: The cars were comfortable and well maintained.  We travelled very well in them and were upset that our Georgian guide had to travel on the road from the border near Gumri because the road was almost non-existent and in very poor condition.  It caused damage to the vehicle. A tank would have been the only type of vehicle for that road.  The driver showed great skill to get there and back.
Hotels: The hotels we stayed in were of particularly high standard and very comfortable especially the ones in Armenia.  These were spacious and well equipped with restaurants and lifts.  We were comfortable in all of them.  They were all well situated in respect to the towns.
What did you like best in your trip? We liked the hotels, the scenery, the food and the friendliness of our guides.  We would like to take time one day to come back and see more.  The guides gave us lots of information about the places we visited that ws very interesting.  We were very happy to get our photo taken in front of Mt Ararat.
What didn't you like in the trip? The road from the Armenian border on our trip to Kutaisi on Thursday.  That was not a road.  It was not even a track.  We recommend that you do not ask the guides to take cars on that road.
What would you add to your trip? We probably should have taken a couple of more days to make the trip a little less tiring through travel each day.
Would you recommend our company to your friends? Yes, we were very happy with the arrangements and have already told our friends about your company.
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map-Armenia & Georgia Jeep Tour
map-Armenia & Georgia Jeep Tour



With agencies operating in Georgia, we are able to provide clients with the best price and quality services.

Travelers on the tour mostly from the USA, UK, Australia and Canada

We host over 3,000+ tourists per year. Our clients are mostly from the USA, UK, Australia and Canada. Average age of our travelers is from 45 to 80. Our groups consist of travelers from all genders. There are solo travelers in most of our groups.

Overnight in family run B&B

During the tour, you will stay for overnight in villages in guesthouses belonging to local families. Thus you will get in touch with the local population and contribute to the local infrastructure.

Special prepared cars for safe off road drive

We use specially equipped for off-road driving jeeps. Thus you can be sure in your safety.

Visit to shepherds in the mountains

During the tour, you will pass through pastures where you can meet shepherds, chat with them and be treated to organic food.

Local eco product tasting

During the tour, you will taste Armenian homemade cheese and other eco products


Graphica Hotel (Tbilisi)

Tiflis Hotel (Akhaltsikhe)

Terrace Kutaisi (Kutaisi)

Ani Central Inn Hotel (Yerevan)

Lavash (Chkalovka)

Brim (Tbilisi)

Ani Plaza (Yerevan)

Tufenkian Avan Marak Tsapatagh (Sevan)



Passport, flight ticket (printed or electronic), insurance, visa (if required)

First aid kit:

bandaids / plasters, special medicine or drugs in permanent use, antibacterial gel/wipes, antiseptic cream, lip balm


Moneybelt, laptop/tablet/phone, chargers, camera with extra memory cards and batteries, outlet adapter

Credit cards and cash:

Credit cards can be used in all capital/big cities at hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, supermarkets, etc. EUR, USD and GBP can be exchanged into the local currency at exchange places and banks.


There are no restrictions regarding clothes; scarf or shawl is advisable for churches (obligatory in Georgia for women)

Spring / Autumn:

long pants/jeans, long sleeve blouses, light raincoat, jacket, comfortable waterproof shoes, umbrella


T-shirts, shorts, long sleeve blouses for evening, sandals, umbrella, sun protection, sun glasses, sunhat


Warm coat, warm wool sweater, long warm trousers, long boots (waterproof), scarf, gloves


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