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Armenian Gull (Larus Armenicus)

Armenian Gull

Did you know that although Armenia doesn’t have a sea, there is a type of gull called the Armenian gull (Larus armenicus), and the Lake Sevan in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia - is a haven for these birds?...

Lake Gosh

Lake Gosh

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....

Getahovit Waterfall

Getahovit Waterfall

This beauty is located near the village of Getahovit, located on the Sarnajur River, which flows into the Aghstev River, 2 km northeast of the regional center of the Tavush Province, the city of Ijevan....

Gegharot Waterfall

Gegharot Waterfal

Gegharot Waterfall - one of the wonders of Armenia, which forms the eponymous tributary of the stormy Kasakh River, flowing along the slope of the Mount Aragats. It is located at an altitude of 3,000 meters above sea level, just 12 km from the village...

Dzoraget: Canyon Of Divine Beauty

Armenian Nature

Be the witness of an incredible panorama of the Dzoraget Canyon with its exuberant vegetation of Lori, which will leave an everlasting impression on your travel in Armenia. Dzoraget is considered a major ecotourism and adventure destination, the community does have various tourist attractions due...

Angels’ Canyon | Ararat Province Of Armenia

Angels’ Canyon

The Angels’ Canyon is a unique natural monument in the central part of Armenia, not far from the town of Vedi. In recent years, this tourist destination has become quite popular among both locals and tourists. It is located 55 kilometers from Yerevan....

Ararat - The Holy Mountain Of Armenians

Mount Ararat

Ararat is known as the “Holy Mountain” of the Armenian people. Despite lying outside the borders of modern Armenia, the Ararat Mountain is the principal national symbol of Armenia and has been featured prominently in Armenian literature and art and is an icon for Armenian...

Gutanasar Volcano

Gutanasar

Gutanasar, also known as Gutan - is a dormant three-headed volcano in the center of Armenia’s Kotayk Province, 2.5 km south of the village of Fantan. Covered with thick snow from January through March, it is part of the Geghama Mountains that neighbor Lake Sevan...

Azat Reservoir

Azat Reservoir

The Azat Jrambar is a reservoir close to Yerevan, located in Ararat Province, above the village of Lanjazat, with amazing views of Mount Ararat. The lake sits at around 1,050 meters above sea level, surrounded by the Yeranos Mountains....