image descriprion

8 Days Off Road Tour

Fan of off road tours? Want to combine rest and off road, then you are on your right way. Join Arevi with high quality 4x4 vehicles, enjoy your favorite type of tourism.


  • Reviews 0 Reviews
  • Vacation Style Adult Group
  • Activity Level Quite Tough
  • Group Size
All about 8 Days Off Road Tour

Important notes:

1. Please be tolerant to the fact, that depending on weather forecasts, the sequence of routes may be changed or totally removed from the program: being replacing by another route to ensure program efficiency;

2. In the process of routes’ development, securing safety was taken into account, according to which the main part of the trails are accessible for off-road vehicles and in case of any necessity it is possible to arrange evacuation of participants;

Whats included in this tour

- Guide services (1 English speaking guide)

- Overnights in Hotels, B&B

- Transportation service

- Entrances

- Dinners, lunches

 The price does not include.

             -Air ticket

             -Travel insurance

  1. Day 1 Akna lake-Vank lake-Geghard Plateau

    Driving to Geghama Mountains. After first our 4x4 driving participants will reach lake Akna, after driving to Vank lake and Geghard plateau. Overnight stay on plateau in tents. Route length – 70 km Off road route length – 35 km Duration – 8-9 hours

  2. Day 2 Garni gorge – Geghard – Smbataberd – Tsakhats Kar – Yeghegis

    The participants will depart to Garni Temple, the only temple preserved from pagan times (1st century). After the temple tour the cars will transfer the participants to the Azat river gorge, where they will see and admire the Symphony of Stones. After lunch the participants will visit Geghard Monastery (4-13th century), which is a unique architectural example of cave churches. The participants depart to Vayots Dzor marz. After lunch the off road uplift to Smbataberd starts, which is one of the biggest defensive strongholds of mid-century Armenia. After walk around tour of Smbataberd the participants will move to the Tsakhats Kar monastery, which is located on the opposite hill of the stronghold. Route length – 200 km Off road route length – 20km Duration – 10 hours

  3. Day 3 Yeghegis – Ukhtasar Petroglyphs - Sisian

    During the journey to one of the miracles of Syunyats World – Ukhtasar the participants will see thousands of petroglyphs carved by pre-human beings with stone tools, which are dated 6-7000 BC. Lunchbox, dinner and overnight stay in Ukhtasar. Route length – 150 km Off road route length – 60 km Duration – 8 hours

  4. Day 4 Sisian – Old Harjis settlement – Vorotan gorge (canyon) – Tatev – Barzravan

    The participants will depart to Old Harjis settlement, which is one of the oldest villages of Vorotan gorge. It is distinguished with its buildings, unique cross-stones (khachkars), gravestones, as well as the breathtakingly beauty of the gorge. After Harjis the participants will visit Tatev, travelling to the monastery by the world’s longest ropeway Tatever. After the walk around tour of the monastery and lunch the participants will continue the off road tour to Barzravan village. The whole route passes through the Vorotan gorge and differs with its unique beauty. Dinner and overnight stay in Barcravan in tents. Route length – 110 km Off road route length – 30 km Duration – 11 hours

  5. Day 5 Barcravan – Khndzoresk – Hunot Canyon - Shushi

    The participants depart to Artsakh, on the way they visit the old cave settlement of Khndzoresk. After checking in the hotel in Shushi they start a city walking tour to the fortress, St. Amenaprkich church, Jdrduz (canyon). If desired, the participants can hike to the Hunot canyon and admire the beauty of waterfalls called Zontikner (the length of the hiking route – 5 km, 2-3 hours). Route type – off road Route length – 140 km Off road route length – 10 km Duration – 8 hours

  6. Day 6 Shushi – Stepanakert – Gandzasar – Dadivanq

    From Shushi the participants depart to Stepanakert, the capital city of the Republic of Artsakh. After city walking tour the road will continue to the monument called “We and our mountains”, later Gandzasar monastery (130th century), which is registered among the top 7 Armenian architectural creations. After Gandzasar the participants will travel to Dadivanq (4-14th century). The road lays through Tartar river gorge, which differs with its magnificent rocks and forests. Overnight stay in tents, near Dadivanq, on the shore of Tartar river. Route length – 160 km Off road route length – 0 km Duration – 9 hours

  7. Day 7 Dadivanq – Zaur hot water springs

    The participants depart to Zaur hot water springs, which is a hot mineral water geyser. They will have an opportunity to swim in the basin. After lunch they will continue the road to Sevan. Depending on time availability, it’s also possible to drive up to the Armaghan Mountain, which has a crater lake on its summit. Dinner and overnight stay is in Sevan. Route length – 230 km Off road route length – 50 km Duration – 10 hours

  8. Day 8 Sevan-Gosh-Kalavan- Yerevan

    The tour starts with driving to Dilijan then to Gosh village to visit Goshavanq Monastery. The visit to the monastery will be followed with driving to Gosh Lake. Afterwards continue the tour to Kalavan village from where 4x4 driving to Areguni mountain range with amazing view to Lake Sevan. Driving to Yerevan.

Gevorg Gasparyan

Gevorg Gasparyan


Participants should bring their own sleeping bag with comfort rating -5 C.

Writing A Review Overall Rating