5-Days Hiking Tour To Undiscovered Places of Martakert

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Martakert

Nagorno Karabagh is a beautiful place; it is covered with forests, has unique and different buildings and wonders of nature. Here, one can pass for many days and not be bored. During this tour, we are going to discover the undiscovered Martakert.

Our goal to explore the forest’s hidden treasures about which only a few people know. Three days of the tour will be hikes. Depending on the tour group and weather conditions, there might be some changes.  

Length of the route, approximately 25 km.

Age13+ Age
3 Pax 6 Pax 8 Pax 10 Pax 12 Pax
285 USD 235 USD 215 USD 195 USD 175 USD
Included Transfer Transport Guide Breakfasts Accommodation
Not included Food Drink
You Need Comfortable shoes Proper Outfit for hiking Sunglasses Water Bottle Umbrella Backpack Hat Warm clothes Food
Important The price varies depending on the number of participants.
The price is for per person, depending on the number of people in a double room.
You can choose any other hotel in Armenia (some changes are possible in the price).
The program may be changed according to your preferences (some changes are possible in the price).

TOUR PLAN

  1. Day 1: Arrival

    Transfer from the airport to the hotel. Walking tour in Yerevan.


  2. Day 2: Departure to Martakert

    At 07:00 AM we will leave to Martakert. When we arrive at the place will start our hike.

    During the day, we will try to see Yeritsmankats monastery (1694) and Khatravank (1204). Both of the monasteries are undescribable beautiful because of the mysterious look of surrounded forests.


  3. Day 3: Jrvshtik and Tiramor monasteries

    The next day of the hike, we will discover Yeghishe Arakyal (Jrvshtik- 1284) and Tiramor monasteries.

    In Yeghishe Arakyal monastery St. Yeghishe holy relics are buried. The building dates back to the 5th century; it means we will see an exceptional masterpiece.

    St. Tiramor church was built in 1183. It was a prominent monastery complex, also considered to be a residence for bishops. Now the monastery is ruined.


  4. Day 4: Karmir Monastery

    At the last day in Martakert, we will see Karmir Monastery (1259). It was a center of miniature painting.

    The locals called it Karmir (from Armenian “Red”). It will be our last stop in Russia. In the late evening, we will get back Yerevan.


  5. Day 5: Transfer Transfer to the airport, flight.

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