Dilijan National Park
The Dilijan National Park is one of the most beautiful sites in Armenia. There are many hiking trails here for people with all different tastes. The hike from Lake Parz to the Gosh village is relatively easy, not to mention pleasant and stunning!
⭐Dilijan National Park
⭐Old Dilijan Town
6.5km, ↑230m, ↓337m
In the morning, we will greet you at your hotel in Yerevan and we will take you to the Gegharkunik region. We will read Lake Sevan and our first stop will be Sevanavank. After learning more about the monastery’s history and admiring the views provided by the lake, we will continue on to Parz Lake in the Dilijan National Park. From here, we will begin to hike for 3.5 kilometers until we reach a gap in the forest. This is the site of a gorgeous view of the Ijevan mountains. In the summer and fall, this space is surrounded by chamomile fields. We will have a lunch break at this stunning spot. Then, we will follow the trails to reach the Gosh village, where we will visit the Goshavank monastery complex. If you would like to, we can continue our hike to Lake Gosh, which will lengthen our hike by 5 km.
On the way back to Yerevan, we will stop in Dilijan where we will visit the Old Dilijan complex. Here, we will learn about Dilijan’s wood architecture.
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- All land transport throughout the trip
- Service of experienced hiking guide
- Entrance fees
- All taxes
What’s Not Included
- Lunch (US$7 extra per person)
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We will contact you within 24 hours after receiving your inquiry to confirm the availability of the tour.
What Our Customers Are Saying About This Tour
Me and my wife hiked Mt.Azdhak with WildArmenia. We have contacted by Ashot (company manager) and the service was extremely good! His English is perfect. He was very patient. Gave us valuable information and the tour was organized perfectly. We highly recommend, we had a great time. Great job!!
I'm glad I have chosen this company. Price was reasonable. Thank you, Ashot for arranging everything including my gluten-free lunch. My guide Shushan (she has a peak on Geghama mountains named after her) was very experienced and knowledgeable, she was also very patient with me as I was super slow. This hiking trip was definitely the #1 highlight of my holiday. We visited 2 churches and saw lavash baking after the hike too. One stone many birds! Highly recommended.
We did a great hike to mount azdahak with amazing views! We were very pleased to have Artashes as our guide as it is essential to have a good off-road car and to know the way to get to a good starting point for the hike. The hike itself was not very tough despite strong wind, but it is good having someone leading the way. Artshes could give us lots if information about Armenia, was very flexible with the program and took us to the Garni Gorge and temple as well with good guidance. The day trip for 2 was rather expensive but absolutely worth it.
Ashot from Wild Armenia made me a truely wonderful day on my last day in Armenia - we were on Mount Azhdahak for a day trip. We get to the mountain by a 4X4.. which is my first time to be on a 4X4! At first I don’t know the necessity of that until we start rock-and-roll on the non-road…… particularly this ride is already exciting for me! And the hike on mountain Azhdahak such a greaaaaaaaat exp for me… the whole trip is really satisfying, I truely become a kid in front of the nature, thats great!! Thank you Ashot.
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I wanted to do a hiking trip in Armenia and ended up texting Ashot of Wild Armenia. He organised the trip perfectly! The hiking trip was definetely the highlight of my visit to Armenia. Ashot is very helpful as well if you need any tips regarding hotels, places to visit and restaurants. I can definetely recommend Wild Armenia.