Classical Tour to Armenia, Georgia and Uzbekistan

15 days/14 nights
Small Group (2-13)
Any Date
Average Age: 45-75

The Highlights of the Tour

Discover Armenia, Georgia and Uzbekistan during 1 tour: enjoy Caucasian hospitality and specific aromas of Central Asia Stroll around cozy Yerevan and get acquainted with its architectural masterpieces Hike up a small hill to Khor Virap Monastery and enjoy the breathtaking view on Biblical Mount Ararat Explore vineyards and old wineries in Kakheti region and degustate local wine prepared by ancient technologies Explore Tashkent — one of the oldest cities in Central Asia where once passed the Great Silk Road Plunge into fairy atmosphere in Asian bazaars full of bright fruits and vegetables, dried fruit, spices and souvenirs
Yerevan - Khor-Virap - churchkhela - Tashkent - bazaar



Our Classical Tour to Armenia, Georgia and Uzbekistan is a great chance to experience Caucasian colors and Asian motifs in one epic journey. Your unforgettable trip will start from the discovering the gems of the South Caucasus: you will enjoy the lively atmosphere of Yerevan and Tbilisi, visit Christian masterpieces, taste local wines, marvel at the views of majestic mountains and make friends with open-hearted locals. After saying goodbye to the hospitable Caucasus, you will plunge into an Asian fairy tale in Uzbekistan where you will discover its ancient cities, Samarkand and Bukhara, learn its legends, travel back to the times of the Great Silk Road and bargain at colorful bazaars. Within 15 days you will take a huge baggage of memories with lifetime warranty.


Day 1 - Arrival - Yerevan City Tour

Day 2 - Echmiadzin - Zvartnots - Yerevan

Zvartnots - Echmiadzin Cathedral - Genocide Memorial
In the morning you will have a short trip to Echmiadzin town - the religious center of all Armenians around the world. The town is known due to its important religious history. It is here that after the adoption of Chritianity in 301 the first Christian temple was built, which became one of the first Christian cathedrals in the world. Nowadays Echmiadzin is the historical center of the Armenian Apostolic Church. The town is home to the residence of the Catholicos, the Echmiadzin Cathedral (UNESCO World Heritage Site), and theological educational institutions. The tour will continue to the ruins of Zvartnots temple (7th century, UNESCO World Heritage Site), that was a miracle of its time. Then you will return to Yerevan and visit the Genocide Memorial – a solemn reminder of the first genocide of the 20th century.
Overnight: Hotel in Yerevan
Tour duration: 6-7 hours
Meals: Breakfast
Hiking: 80 km

Day 3 - Khor Virap - Noravank - Yerevan

Day 4 - Garni - Geghard - Yerevan

Day 5 - Sevan - Dilijan - Armenia-Georgia border - Tbilisi

Day 6 - Mtskheta - Tbilisi City Tour

Day 7 - Ananuri - Gudauri - Gergeti

Day 8 - Kakheti - Sighnaghi - Telavi - Tsinadali - Tbilisi

Day 9 - Tbilisi - Tashkent

Day 10 - Tashkent City Tour

Day 11 - Tashkent - Samarkand

Day 12 - Samarkand City Tour

Day 13 - Samarkand - Bukhara

Day 14 - Bukhara - Tashkent

Day 15 - Departure


The tour price includes

  • Airport transfers
  • Accommodation in 3* European class hotels for 14 nights with free Wi-Fi (double/twin room)
  • Meals: breakfast
  • All transfers in air-conditioned vehicles
  • English speaking guide service for all days
  • All admission fees
  • 24-hour office support
  • 3 bottles of water per day(0.5lt.)
  • 4-wheel drive vehicle for Gergeti Trinity Church
  • Wine tasting in Sighnaghi
  • Train tickets Tashkent-Samarkand-Bukhara-Tashkent
  • Show program in Bukhara

The tour price doesn't include

  • Flights
  • Visa fee
  • Medical insurance
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Video and photo charges
  • Porterage
  • Personal expenses
  • Services not included in the itinerary
  • 3* Single supplement308 GBP
  • 4* upgrade p/p (dbl/twin room)343 GBP


Edward Foster

I went on a solo private trip to Armenia, Georgia, and Uzbekistan. The countries are so unique and off the beaten track. Armenia had awesome monasteries, Georgia had tasty wine and cool old towns, and Uzbekistan had amazing ancient buildings. I had a blast! If you like history and tasty food, go check them out.    

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Kelly Morgan

My wife and I were so excited for our trip to Armenia, Georgia, and Uzbekistan, and I must say it was an amazing adventure! These three countries have so much to offer, and I had a great time exploring them.

Armenia was a pleasant surprise with its stunning landscapes and rich history. The capital city, Yerevan, is vibrant and full of energy. The ancient monasteries, like Geghard and Noravank, are breathtaking. I also got to try some delicious Armenian cuisine, especially the traditional barbecue called "kebab."

Georgia was another highlight of the trip. Tbilisi, the capital, is a charming city with a mix of old and new. I loved exploring the narrow streets of the old town and trying Georgian wine, which is famous worldwide. The country's diverse landscapes, including the Caucasus Mountains, are perfect for nature lovers.

Uzbekistan was like stepping into a fairy tale with its stunning architecture in cities like Samarkand and Bukhara. The ancient Silk Road history is visible everywhere, and the blue-tiled buildings are simply stunning. Don't forget to try the local plov, a delicious rice dish.   

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map-Classical Tour to Armenia, Georgia and Uzbekistan
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We choose only the best hotels located in the city center close to the main sights.


We work only with professional guides and guides who have experience in tourism for more than 8 years. All our guides are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.


With Arara you book at first hand from a qualified local Armenian agency. Avoid surcharges applied by intermediaries and save money!


We provide our tourists with comfortable air-conditioned transport. All our drivers are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

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.

Own agency in Armenia, Georgia and Uzbekistan

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


Grand Art Hotel (Tashkent)

Arba (Samarkand)

Rangrez (Bukhara)

Graphica Hotel (Tbilisi)

Ani Central Inn Hotel (Yerevan)

Brim (Tbilisi)

Ani Plaza (Yerevan)



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, sunglasses, sunhat


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


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