There are two hidden gems in Dilijan National Park that are worth exploring: the Goshavank Monastery and the Lake Gosh. Lake Gosh is named after the medieval scientist, explorer and public figure Mkhitar Gosh, who is also the founder of the Goshavank Monastery.
Lake Gosh is located 2.2 km southwest of Gosh village in the Tavush Province of Armenia, surrounded by dense forest. Formed by landslides, it is fed by water springs and precipitation. The lake is 100m in length, 80m in width, and 8m in depth.
In summer, the water surface temperature is 14°C. There are a large number of frogs, crayfish and small fish in the lake. In the vicinity of Lake Gosh, you can find various rock formations and mineral springs.
Contact Phoenix Tour today - and we will arrange for you the lovely trip to the Northern Armenia with the visits to Goshavank Monastery and Lake Gosh, which will fit perfectly within your budget and given timeline. For more information, please visit our GOSHAVANK page, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org