Eco Tours In Armenia

What eco-tours are offered in Armenia?
Ecotourism is acquiring new dimensions and finding new routes. Arriving in Armenia,  any tourist immediately asks: "Where can I see what I have not seen? And where is the most interesting thing? "
Unequivocally we can say that there is such a place on the map of Armenia and it is called Urtsadzor, located in the Ararat region.

In the village of Urtsadzor, a number of environmental activities were recently conducted with the assistance of Sunchild and the Wildlife Conservation and Cultural Values ​​Fund. For example, an eco-education center was established in the village, where local residents can attend interesting courses in natural resource management and ecotourism.

Yerevan Color Run 2018 [Armenia]

Yerevan Color Festival, also known as Yerevan Color Run is the name of a very colourful festival, which arises wonderful feelings to everyone who knows the meaning of this amazing festival.

The date and place of the festival
This colourful event takes place in June, so your summer will be unforgettable and full of amazing emotions. Yerevan Color Run will take place in the parking space of Rio Mall on the 2nd of June.

Facts about Armenian Dolma and Dolma Festival

What is Dolma (Tolma)?

Dolma (Tolma) is a traditional Armenian dish the name of which comes from the Armenian word “Toli” which means the grapevine. Dolma consists of ground spiced lamb meat full of rice and different herbs together wrapped in grapevine.
You can also use beef, turkey or even their mix and wrap them in cabbage.

Armenian Dolma Recipe 

For the meat filling you will need:
  • Ground Meat
  • Onion
  • Rice

Spring in Armenia

Vacation planning is always nice. And if you have decided to go to Armenia, this is the right choice! Spring is mild in Armenia. Rains fall out infrequently.
It's nice to take a walk in the evening in Yerevan. Cascade, Northern Avenue, Victory Park - everything says about the coming of spring...
You can make a tour of historical places and enjoy not only the beauty of nature, but also the masterpieces of Armenian architecture. Sardarapat, Khndzoresk, Amberd, Zvartnots...

Easter in Armenia

Each holiday has its own characteristics and unique beauty. In Armenia the holiday is felt in the air, in high spirits and even in the views of people who pass by. Easter is the holiday of the whole family. Earlier in Armenia, this holiday was called differently. “Red Sunday” or in Armenian “karmir kiraki”. The blood of the crucified Christ is the basic idea underlying the celebration of Easter.

Easter means separation, remission of sins and return to God. Easter in the Armenian Apostolic Church is one of the important church holidays. The resurrection of Christ became the basis of Christian teaching and faith. Christians around the world celebrate this bright holiday.

Winter in Armenia: New Year Holidays

New Year is always the expectation of a miracle. And, of course, you often open miracles in unknown places…
Winter in Armenia can become a discovery for New Year’s holidays not only for local residents, but also for guests from even the most distant countries. And this means that Armenia can surprise, enchant, delight.  In a word,   nobody will feel indifferent…
So what is the magic of New Year in Armenia?