THE LAND OF APRICOTS
Landlocked between east and west, Europe and Asia, or rich and poor, however you look at it, Armenia is at an important crossroads, or some say center, of this planet. Not quite Middle Eastern, Asian, or Western, yet somehow all, Armenia exhibits a unique culture with a hospitable people.
Some of the best experiences of Armenia can be had by simply taking a step back and watching life unfold in the small villages that dot the landscape. Not much has changed since time yonder back, and you may create new friends and memories that last a lifetime, as we have experienced. Armenia, with it's time-tested monasteries bearing endless stories to its mountaineous terrain holding many untold adventures, is a land waiting to be dived into to uncover your own unique story.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE COUNTRY
Use the interactive map above to step into an outpost, explore a cultural treasure, or dive into a story.
Orange Icon indicates a Silk Road outpost
Blue Icon indicates a Story from our travels
Black Icon indicates a cultural treasure.
Facts About Armenia
Armenia is the first nation to adopt Christianity, in 301 A.D.
Mount Ararat is the symbol of Armenia even though it lies in Turkey.
Over 85% of the land is considering mountaineous.
How to Get to Armenia
Yerevan, the capital, is the main hub with several direct flights.
The border with Georgia and Iran are open, however Turkey and Azerbaijan remain closed.
Wonders of Armenia