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Day Trip to Tatev Monastery
"The tour starts at 7am early in the morning. You will have breakfast on the road. The first stop is Khor Virap which is the closest place to mount Ararat. You will then continue to Areni wine factory where you can enjoy wine tasting. After tasting why not buy some of the local produce.You will then move on to Halidzor village where you will one of the biggest monasteries in Armenia. You will then return to Halidzor village by cable car. Continue the tour to Noravank monastery the only only place where you can see God Fathers face carved. Enjoy the lunch with fantastic view of the red cliffs before returning to Yerevan.""""The tour starts in Yerevan Armenia
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Day Trip to Tatev Monastery
"The tour starts at 7am early in the morning. You will have breakfast on the road. The first stop is Khor Virap which is the closest place to mount Ararat. You will then continue to Areni wine factory where you can enjoy wine tasting. After tasting why not buy some of the local produce.You will then move on to Halidzor village where you will one of the biggest monasteries in Armenia. You will then return to Halidzor village by cable car. Continue the tour to Noravank monastery the only only place where you can see God Fathers face carved. Enjoy the lunch with fantastic view of the red cliffs before returning to Yerevan.""""The tour starts in Yerevan Armenia
From $120.00
 
Private Tour: Desert Castles from the Dead Sea
"Start with a hotel pickup from Dead Sea by air-conditioned car/ minibus and then travel to the parched plains of eastern Jordan with your private driver. While not an official Ministry of Jordan guide your driver is knowledgeable about the area and its history and is able to point out sites of interest as you travel. Local guides are also readily available at each of the castles should you want to hire one at your own expense.The region is strewn with the famous desert castles many within a 15-minute drive of each other that hark back to the days of the Umayyads. Hear fun historical facts about the dynasty
From $138.00

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