Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan

Many considers Caucasus to be the most beautiful region on Earth. Dramatic snow-capped mountains, rugged Black Sea Coasts and hidden valleys are greatly enhanced by isolated castles, churches and watchtowers.

Georgia's capital, Tbilisi exudes a unique Eurasian ambience and it is both hip and chic with exciting 21st century. Charming mountain retreats are abundant in Kazbegi and remote Svaneti. And for history, where else can it be more significant than having Gori, the hometown of the most famous personality of them all – Joseph Stalin.

Armenia is the world’s first Christian nation with heart-wrenching stories and tales of Diasporas. Yerevan exudes a laid back charm amidst handsome Russian edifices while remote churches and fortresses, villages and old towns dot its charming countryside and windswept valleys.

Azerbaijan is where age-old traditions mix with the bizarre new. Not far from the towering metropolis of Baku, one can unravel a wealth of history with UNESCO-listed walled fortress, Zoroastrian fire temples, historic mausoleums and rock engravings from the early days of human civilization.

Best Season

Apr - Sep

Late Jun-Aug can be hot and humid but ideal for hikes.

Classic Georgia and Armenia
From S$ 5,990/Adult
From S$ 5,990/Adult

The Caucasus region is a mountain range lying between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, considered part of the natural boundary between Europe and Asia. This tour takes you to Armenia, an ancient and proud civilization in a remote mountain, and Georgia, the lush green heart of the Caucasus.

ALL TIME FAVOURITE
Caucasus Encompassed - Journey through Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan & Remote Svaneti
From S$ 8,690/Adult
From S$ 8,690/Adult
The remote foothills of the Caucasus mountain range, nestled between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, is home to some of the last unexplored frontiers linking Asia with Europe where time has stood still.
NEW!
Romance of Silk Road, Persia & Caucasus by Train
From S$ 6,890/Adult
From S$ 6,890/Adult

Follow Marco Polo's footprints into Earth's remotest corners while basking in the nostalgia and comfort of train facilities. From the world's largest mosque to the most bejeweled royal thrones in existence, this rail journey through the ancient trade network harbours the legacies of the world's most legendary ancient civilizations.

NEW!
Western Iran & Armenia | 21 Oct - 02 Nov 2018
From S$ 7,880/Adult
12 days | Small Group Departures | 21 Oct - 02 Nov 2018
From S$ 7,880/Adult

For those who have been charmed first time, revisit Iran and take the road less travelled into the rarely visited Northwestern region of Iran. Then drive further north and cross the border to Southern Armenia, an ancient and proud millennia-old civilization in a remote mountain landscape.

Treasures of Armenia & Georgia | 29 Oct - 09 Nov 2018
From S$ 6,680/Adult
10 days | Small Group Departures | 29 Oct - 09 Nov 2018
From S$ 6,680/Adult

The Caucasus mountain range lies between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea and is considered part of the natural boundary between Europe and Asia. Its isolated and ancient lands are one of the world's most ethnically diverse regions, containing more than 60 languages from five distinct language families, giving the region an astounding cultural diversity. 

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