Category: Where To Go In Armenia
Exploring Dilijan's Unique Yew Trees and Aghavnavank Monastery in Armenia
Nestled within the picturesque Dilijan National Park is a remarkable discovery – a grove of endangered yew trees. These ancient sentinels, some soaring to heights of 25 meters, have silently witnessed the passage of over four centuries. As you embark on your journey into this natural wonder, you'll find yourself transported to a timeless sanctuary.
Have you Been to Stepanavan Dendropark?
Hey travelers! it's a while since my last post and I came back with a post about a big dendropark north to Yerevan called Stepanavan Dendropark. It's not your typical tourist destination but well worth a visit as it host lush trees from around the world. It was founded in 1931 so you can imagine how big the trees got since then. To me the highlights of the place are the sequoia trees. They are gigantic
About the 2nd largest city of Armenia - Gyumri. You'll learn about the city's cultural heritage, restaurants, Black Fortress, airport & more.
Sisian is a city along Vorotan river in Syunik region. Nearby is "Zorats Karer" or "Carahunj" archeological site aka Armenian Stonehenge.
Goris is a town in Southern Armenia with its unmistakable style. Not far is Khndzoresk village, with its prehistoric caves & hanging bridge.
Ashtarak is the capital city of Aragatsotn region of Armenia. It is located on the left bank of Kasakh river 22 km (13.7 mi) away from Yerevan.