Armenia in January

Experiencing a changing of the foliage colors in autumn, this season in Armenia lasts from September to the end of November. Although October and November see an increase of precipitation throughout the country, rising to around 30 and 25 millimeters respectively, the result is only around 8 rainy days a month. Though dropping quite drastically at the onset of winter, temperatures throughout the lowlands remain pleasant at around 20C throughout most of autumn. Autumn marks the harvest season in Armenia, including the wine festival season.

Suggested Itineraries

Classic Armenia

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. 

Interest Heritage
7 days / 6 nights
Price Per Person
From $3,500

Essential Caucasus: Two Weeks in Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan

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. 

Interests Heritage, Amazing Landscapes, Unesco
14 days / 13 nights
Price Per Person
From $13,100


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