Benjamin and Rose Jobs
Hi Ruslan, we are overall very satisfied with the tour. The locals in both countries were warm and welcoming. We felt like we were part of their communities, and we made some wonderful memories. The traditional food was a real delight, and we tried some unique dishes that we'll always remember. I also want to mention that there was a big accident on our way to Tatev but our driver was able to skillfully bypass the traffic. Our drivers and guides were great in both countries.
Linda and Ben Jackson
Hello Tatev,we are finally back home after the long flights. Armenia and Georgia are beautiful countries, and we got to see stunning landscapes, historic churches, and charming villages. The tour guides were knowledgeable and made history come alive for us. But, if there's one thing that bothered us a bit, it was the traffic in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. It can get quite busy, especially during rush hours, and that made some parts of our city tours a bit slow. However, this is a minor issue compared to the overall experience. The highlight of our trip was the wine tasting. Both Armenia and Georgia have a long history of winemaking, and we got to taste some exceptional wines.
Thank you Arara for organizing this amazing tour for me! Both countries offer delicious cuisine, warm hospitality, breathtaking landscapes, and rich culture! So if you are thinking of traveling to Armenia and Georgia, I absolutely recommend it. Our guide Sophie in Georgia and Raffi in Armenia were just amazing, both very organized and nice. Also, thanks to my tour manager Sati who kindly joined me for dinner on my last free day in Yerevan. We had a nice time there and talked for a few hours. It’s always nice to meet locals when you travel. Thanks for amazing memories!
Thanks Ruslan for helping us throughout our whole journey. My two-week adventure in Armenia and Georgia was a true voyage of discovery. I really liked our tour guides in both counties. Ia in Georgia and Vardan in Armenia were both really knowledgeable and helpful. They also recommended really good restaurants for dinners. The walk from the Georgia to Armenia border took longer than expected, but it was totally worth it.
Hello Hasmik, thanks for organizing this tour! My sister and I enjoyed both countries. Both Armenia and Georgia offer delicious cuisine, warm hospitality, and breathtaking landscapes. Armenia's Lake Sevan and Georgia's Paravani are just a few more of the many highlights. Our accommodations were also really good, I am glad we upgraded to 4 star hotels. Thank you for your help to book this tour!
I spent 14 incredible days exploring Armenia and Georgia, and I must say it was a truly unforgettable experience. These two countries, nestled in the South Caucasus, offer a unique blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. A highlight of my visit in Armenia was Karahunj, a mysterious ancient observatory located in the beautiful countryside. Vardzia in Georgia was an absolute gem. This cave monastery complex is a marvel of architecture and faith. Great journey, highly recommend traveling with Arara.
Hi there Tatev, I am sad to be back home. It goes without saying that this Georgia and Armenia tour package was unforgettable. Arara tours was very professional, they were accommodating and responsive to my requests. The hotels were centrally located and had good service. I absolutely loved the food in both countries. I can not wait to go back and visit other parts of both Armenia and Georgia. If you are interested in ancient history and unique cultures, I would definitely recommend booking this tour.
We returned home safe and sound. The trip was wonderful. The old churches and monasteries were mesmerizing. My wife and I traveled a lot throughout our life but I can assure you that this trip was one of the best trips that we ever had. The hospitality of the locals, the delicious food and the beautiful nature are some of the things that we will not forget for a long time. Highly recommend your company.
Hello Tatev, the tour was astonishing. I can definitely say that Armenia is the most underrated country I have ever been to. I have traveled a lot in Western Europe and once when I was in Paris, I met an Armenian woman. It was my first encounter with an Armenian. She was proudly telling me how beautiful and special her country is. She inspired me to go and visit your ancient but yet magical country. Our tour went smoothly from start to finish. Quite strange but I have to say I’m mostly impressed by people, so friendly and hospitable. I enjoyed meeting the locals in the villages, cooking food with them, this made our tour experience more enjoyable.
Hope to be back soon.
I am delighted to write this review because I can not keep my emotions to myself. I have never traveled outside of North America and I am so happy I did. It was quite an experience. My family was a bit concerned about my tour to a region that far, but with Arara tours I had a peace of mind the whole time. I must say, as someone who loves to take photos, I have taken so many of them during my trip. The hotels were really good and in the city centers, I especially enjoyed the view from Brim hotel. The tour guides were really knowledgeable and good at their work, especially in Georgia and Armenia, and they kindly answered all my questions. They were proud to show their countries and were very enthusiastic while telling the history. Thank you Hasmik for the great recommendations for restaurants and for joining me for dinner.
Hello Emma, Our flights went very well and we returned very tired. The trip was quite special. We have traveled a lot, but I don’t think I have ever taken so many photos. So many interesting things we saw and places we visited: Ancient monasteries and relics and manuscripts!
The days were long but worth every minute.
The Hotel Sandali was very nice, especially the roof terrace.And our guide in Armenia was terrific. Altogether a great trip.
I am wishing for peace for Armenia now,
Hello Sati, I loved the tour of Azerbaijan Georgia and Armenia. My favourite country is Armenia. I loved the mountains and countryside. Guide Raffi was full of fun and very knowledgeable. The Armenian people are kind, honest and gentle souls. I bought some beautiful silver jewelry for presents for my family.
So really no big criticism at all. But I will say that I did not like the 3 star hotel in Tel Avi. It was too far away from town, restaurants etc.
A picnic lunch in the countryside would be nice. I would have liked a stop at one of the small town World War 2 memorials to pay tribute to our allies in WW2.
Once again Sati, thank you so much for organizing a wonderful holiday for me.
Katherine Scougall xx