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Tours for kids

Arrival

Program

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Day 1

Arrival to Yerevan, transfer to the hotel, overnight in the hotel

 

Day 2

Observing tour in Yerevan, first in the world art gallery for children, lunch, clay pots made by children, dinner

  4-5 hours

Day 3

Tzakhkadzor city (church Kecharis, ropeway), Sevan lake (mon. Sevanavank)

5-6 hours

Day 4

Temple Garni, Gegard monastery, walk in the gorge

4-6 hours

Day 5

TUMO CENTER FOR CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES

6-7 hours

Day 6

Castle Amberd, horse riding

6-7 hours

Day 7

Water world, lunch, zoo in the evening,

6-7 hours

Day 8

TUMO CENTER FOR CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES, transfer to the airport in the evening

 

Tour program is made for children up to 11 years old

Program can be changed by wish the of client

Day 2:

  • Breakfast in the hotel
  • Observing city tour in Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia, and one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. It has been the capital since 1918, the thirteenth in the history of Armenia. The history of Yerevan dates back to the 8th century BC, with the founding of the fortress of Erebuni in 782 BC.
  •  Known as “The Cascade,” the complex was originally conceived by the architect Alexander Tamanyan (1878–1936). Tamanyan desired to connect the northern and central parts of the city—the historic residential and cultural centers of the city—with a vast green area of waterfalls and gardens, cascading down one of the city’s highest promontories. Inside of the cascade there is Cafesjian Center for the Arts. More an art gallery than a store, the Cafesjian Center for the Arts’ Museum Store never fails to inspire ideas for creative and interesting gifts such as jewelry, glassware, furniture, art books, home decor, Armenian crafts and much more.
  • First in the world art gallery for children. As a specialized museum of contemporary and modern art it became the first in the Soviet Union. For further 20 years it was unique modern art center in the above mentioned region. It became a favorite place for tourists and official guests of Yerevan. The first exposition was compiled of the works of the artists of 1960s both from Armenia and Diaspora, who have kindly donated their works to the museum.
  • Making clay pots – working with clay develop children, to have creative imagination.  

 

Day 3:

  • Breakfast in the hotel
  • Tsaghkadzor. Tsaghkadzor city ("Valley of flowers") is considered to be one of the most popular winter resorts of Armenia. It is one of the places of our mountainous country, where the beauty of the nature appears with its whole variety. Tsaghkadzor is situated in Kotayk region, 50 kilometers North from Yerevan, on the eastern slope of Teghenis Mountain and is surrounded with virginal woods and alpine meadows. Kecharis. Kecharis monastery is in the north-western part of Tsakhkadzor. It was built in 11-13th centuries. The monastery consists of four churches and a half-destroyed mausoleum of Grigorius Pahlavuni, who financed building the monastery.
  •  Lake Sevan. The fascination and the pearl of mountainous Armenia is Sevan Lake, which is one of the world's greatest high altitude fresh-water lakes. It is about 1900 m above sea level. The lake is of volcanic origin and is surrounded with mountains of 3000 m and higer. The beautiful landscape and the crystal water serve nice preconditions for excellent rest.The lake is also famous for its peninsula and medieval church complex built in 874. Sevanavank. A marvelous scene opens in the north-western part of Sevan Lake, where the peninsula towers over the transparent surface of the lake. Sevanavank monastery was built on the peninsula in 874 by the order of king Ashot Bagratuni's daughter princess Mariam. The silhouette of the churches against the background of the turquoise lake and blue sky casts unexplainable impression on the visitors.

 

Day 4:

  • Breakfast in the hotel
  • Garni. Garni temple which towers over a triangular cape, is the unique survived example of heathen culture in Armenia. It is a blend of Greco-Roman and Armenian styles. King Trdat the First ordered building the temple in the first century A.D. and dedicated it to the God of Sun. After adopting Christianity in 301 the pagan temple lost its significance and the fortress of Garni became the summer residence of the kings. Nowadays the ruins of the royal palace and the bathroom with a stunning mosaic work can be found near the temple.
  • Geghard. Geghard monastery is the unsurpassable masterpiece of the 13th century Armenian architecture. Some of the churches of the complex are masterfully hewn in a huge rock. From the outset the complex was called Ayrivank (cave monastery), later it was renamed Geghard (lance), as the lance used by the roman soldier to sting Jesus Christ's side, was kept in this monastery for many centuries. Due to its construction Geghardavank serves the best place for singing spiritual songs. The complex is rich in subtle sculptural embellishments and many striking khachkars (cross-stones).
  •  Walking tour in the forge of Garni.

 

Day 5:

The Tumo Center for Creative Technologies is a new kind of after-school learning environment where thousands of students aged 12-18 are in charge of their own learning while using the latest in digital tools, learning from media professions and exploring the intersection of art and technology. Students navigate through their personal learning plan via the Tumo World, a game-like virtual environment designed to facilitate navigating the multifaceted curriculum. Specialized workshops give students a chance to apply their knowledge and skills to the world around them while taking advantage of the state of the art facilities at Tumo such as a fully equipped music studio, a 3D movie theater, 3D printers and a gaming room.

Day in TUMO

We offer wide selection of workshops and activities to students from all over the world with an interest in information technologies and creative media. Visiting groups can take part in exploring intenseive one day versions of the courses available through out the year to our guests.

 

Day 6:

 Amberd is a fortress complex with a church built on the slopes of Mt. Aragats at 2,300 meters above sea level in the XI-XIII centuries. Amberd is a tall fortress built on a rise in between two streams. Amberd stands on a rocky eminence, again one of the impregnable fortresses of medieval Armenia. The princely castle of Amberd was built in the 11th to 13th centuries. A two-storeyed structure fitted with a majestic staircase, the castle is protected by walls with inclined towers. The baths were constructed outside the palace in the 13th century. The church was built in 1026 by Prince Vahram Pahlavuni. It belongs to the cupola'd hall type. The exterior architecture is simple and expressive, crowned by an umbrella shaped cupola.

Horse riding. Amberd stands on a rocky eminence, again one of the impregnable fortresses of medieval Armenia. The princely castle of Amberd was built in the 11th to 13th centuries. A two-storeyed structure fitted with a majestic staircase, the castle is protected by walls with inclined towers. The baths were constructed outside the palace in the 13th century. The church was built in 1026 by Prince Vahram Pahlavuni. It belongs to the cupola'd hall type. The exterior architecture is simple and expressive, crowned by an umbrella shaped cupola.

 

Day 7:

Yerevan Water World was opened in 2001 in one of the most picturesque sites of Yerevan. The open-air park is home to 2 large pools, 1 children's pool, 1 VIP pool and 3 pools for water slide attractions. There are food and beverage outlets and a restaurant with a capacity of 120 people.

The Yerevan Zoo, also known as the Zoological Garden of Yerevan.

At present the zoo is home to about 2749 individuals representing 204 species. Species representing the South Caucasus and Armenia include brown bears, Bezoar goats, vipers, Armenian mouflon, and black vultures. Other species at the zoo from around the world include lions, tigers, hyenas, and an Asian elephant named Grantik

 

Price per person

Group from 15 – 25 people – price 580$

 

Price includes

  • Hotel accomodation (7 nights)
  • Daily Breakfast at Hotel
  • Professional English-speaking guide service
  • Entrance fees to the historical and cultural attractions
  • Transportation service (comfortable air-conditioned bus, minibus, car corresponding to the number of pax);
  • Great mood
  • Per person per day one bottle of water
  • 24 hours informational support
  • 6 lunches and 6 dinners

 

Price Exclusions

  • Charges in hotels for additional services;
  • Photography and video making fees at the sites;
  • Personal insurance;
  • Tips and gratuities;
  • Joiner fee at hotel;
  • Any services not included in the above itinerary;