14D12N Grand Caucasus Azerbaijan, Georgia & Armenia

The Caucasus emerges as a mesmerizing isthmus of rugged terrain nestled between the shores of the Black Sea and the expanse of the Caspian Sea, widely renowned as one of the planet’s most splendid destinations. Towering majestically in the northern expanse, the commanding Caucasus Mountains evoke awe, while the undulating hills and serene valleys of southern Armenia exude an equally captivating allure. Enriched by its historical tapestry that threads through eras from the ancient Silk Road to the days of the Soviet Union, the Caucasus resonates with an irresistible allure that beckons travellers to explore its storied landscapes.

  • All-inclusive itinerary. No hidden cost. No optional tour.
  • 35 meals: 11 Breakfasts, 12 Lunches, 12 Dinners
  • Stay 2N at Stephantsminda with the best views of the Caucasus Mountains
  • See the Burning Mountain and boiling mud volcanoes of Azerbaikan
  • Admire remarkable rock petroglyphs
  • Wine tasting at Georgia’s most remarkable wine region
  • Travel on the famed Georgian Military Highway
  • 4WD vehicles to the beautiful Gergeti Trinity Church
  • Dine with local families to dive into local culture and heritage
  • Visit the “Switzerland of Armenia” Dilijan
  • Tour the famous “ArArAr” brandy factory

Spring (March to May)

As the snow begins to melt, the stillness of the region is replaced with the sound of rushing waterfalls and raging rivers. Enjoy a walk with a view as you explore ancient hill towns set against a dramatic backdrop of enduring snow-capped mountains. Listen out for lively birdsong and breathe in the fresh, sweet air blowing through meadows of bright wildflowers. Warm temperatures make it pleasant for exploring, but pack a light rain jacket in case of spring showers.

Summer (June to August)

Summer blossoms into a wonderland for hill walkers, nature lovers and culture vultures alike. Every shade of green rolls across lyrical landscapes. June is warm and sunny, while August sees the peak of the heat and can become humid – making it an ideal time to head to the hills. Alternatively, cling to the coastline or relax lakeside when you’re not busy exploring ancient relics and towns with market stalls bursting with fresh fruit.

Autumn (September to November)

The autumnal change throughout the Caucasus is sensational. Temperatures are warm and gentle, making it perfect for countryside hikes and long days exploring exuberant cities. Rain becomes rare and most days are filled with blue skies and sunshine. Vibrant celebrations mark the vineyard harvest from September through October, in the wine-growing regions of Armenia and Georgia.

Winter (December to February)

Glaciers crawl through the rugged Caucasus Mountains, coupled with high elevation, things tend to be cooler. Winter transforms the alpine regions into a playground for snow sports, if that’s not your thing, the cities have plenty to offer. Enjoy (or endure) a traditional scrub down in a Tbilisi bathhouse, taste Azerbaijan’s cultural concoction in Baku’s Winter Bazaar, and soak up the festive music and atmosphere in towns lit up for Christmas, in age-old ecclesiastical tradition.

Day 1.

Assemble at Changi airport for our flight to Baku, the vibrant and bustling commercial center of Azerbaijan.

Day 2.

On arrival, be greeted warmly by our local guide and drive to the Absheron Peninsula, an extension of the Caucasus distinguished for its abundant oil reserves.
Delve into the historical richness of the Baku Ateshgah, often referred to as the ‘Fire Temple of Baku’. Next is the awe-inspiring sight of the Burning Mountain (Yanar Dag) where a perpetual natural gas fire illuminates the hillside creating a mesmerizing and continuous blaze.

Day 3.

Enjoy a picturesque drive along the scenic Caspian shore to Gobustan, a captivating site renowned for its remarkable rock petroglyphs and captivating mud volcanoes. Amidst this extraordinary setting, encounter over 4000 rocks adorned with drawings dating back to the Neolithic era providing a vivid window into the traditions of ancient tribes, hunting scenes and cultural rituals.

Proceed to the historic Ichari Sahar, a labyrinth of slender alleyways and meandering corridors all elegantly enclosed by towering fortress walls. Standing prominently within is the imposing Shirvan Shahs Palace. Explore the walled city with the fabled Maiden’s Tower which boasts not only a captivating history but also a commanding panorama of the bay.

All-inclusive. No hidden cost.

Our all-inclusive package pricing means you’ll have everything you need without any added costs or surprises.

Land tour option is available. For any other specific or bespoke travel requirements, please reach out to us for more details.

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