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Jeeping is an extreme ride in jeeps and other high-traffic vehicles, which usually takes place off-road. Often, interesting tourist sites are far from well-maintained roads or highways, and tourists have to follow forest roads, steppes or deserts, overcome natural obstacles, including water fords.
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Yerevan-Sevan lake - NegutzMorning meeting at the appointed place We move to the north towards Tavush marz (Dilijan city). On the way we will stop near the alpine lake Sevan and explore not only the lake, but also the medieval monastery of Sevanavank. . Getting to the lake will be in the style of Off Road (Off-road style). Picnic by the lake. Having gone down, we will go back to Yerevan and will also have time to visit the Negutz X-XII century, which is almost not visited by the monastery. The monastery is almost not restored and for this reason it is in a dilapidated state. The length of the route is 280km Off road –5km + 4km
Yerevan-Lake KhorsKhor Virap, Areni (winery), Noravank, Ulgur, alpine lake Khors. In the morning we set off to the south, first visiting the monastery of Khor Virap, from where, in clear weather, the most beautiful view of Mount Ararat opens. Then we will go to the wine village Areni, where we will have a small wine tasting. After, visit the monastery of Noravank. The monastery is located in a very picturesque area on the ledge of a narrow gorge. Having inspected Noravank using SUVs, we will drive to the high-mountain Lake Khors. On the way, we will visit the idols of Vishap (dragon stones). They served as water guards in the pagan pantheon of the gods of Armenia about 5000-6000 years ago. After seeing the Dragon Stones, we will drive through the mountain road and descend to the Horse Lake. At the end of the day we will return back to Yerevan. The length of the route is 300km Off road –15km
Yerevan-Garni - GeghardYerevan - Geghard - Garni-gorge of the symphony of stones - Azat reservoir. We will first visit the Geghard monastery (rock monastery of the early Middle Ages, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and then go to the only preserved pagan temple on the territory of Armenia, the Garni temple (I century). Next, descend to the gorge of the Azat River, which is also called the Basalt Gorge or the Symphony of Stones. Descent and travel along the gorge in the style off of the road. After passing the gorge, we reach the Azat reservoir, from where in clear weather you can admire a beautiful view of the biblical Mount Ararat. Return to Yerevan. The length of the route is 110km Off Road –– 7km + 5km
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