Armenia in December
The temperature drops drastically in Armenia in winter, from around 13C in October to 6C and 0.6C in November and December respectively. While precipitation is down for much of the country the mountainous areas can expect to receive 100-150 mm of snow which will remain on the mountain slopes until spring. In winter, cold air masses stagnate in the valleys, causing severe frosts. Differing from the cold and precipitation of the northern mountains, which can regularly reach -10C at the height of winter, the southern capital experiences warmer subtropical temperatures and low rainfall.
Experience the highlights of Armenia on this 7-day journey which takes you from city to lake to plains to dramatic mountains and cliffs. This ancient country at the crossroads of Asia and Europe offers some of the world’s most impressive churches and monasteries, an enduring wine culture, and rich cultural heritage and traditions.
- 7 days / 6 nights
- Price Per Person
- From $3,500
Adventure through the Caucasus on this two-week road trip that explores Armenia’s ancient churches, Georgia’s towering peaks, Azerbaijan’s colorful traditions and all the stunning diverse landscapes and intriguing history in between.
- 14 days / 13 nights
- Price Per Person
- From $13,100
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