➊ The Region of Aragatsotn located towards the North-West of the country is worthwhile to visit. The journey will take you to the slopes of Mount Aragats, currently the highest peak in Armenia with its 4090 meters of height. Tegher Monastery is an early 13th-century Armenian monastery and church located on the southeastern slopes of Mount Aragats, near the modern village of Tegher, and across the gorge from the village of Byurakan in the Aragatsotn Province of Armenia. Ruins of the 9th century village of Tegher (Old Tegher) sit a short distance walk from the monastery.
➋ The second stop of the trop, Saghmosavank Monastery, which is one of the architectural gems of the Armenian Christian history, is almost about to "fall into" the Kasakh river gorge. The south-eastern side of the monastery's courtyard opens an awesome view to the canyon of the Kasakh river- a freakishly deep gorge with amazing multi-layered rock formations. The next stop will take you to the fun Armenian Alphabet Park where you will be told about the amazing story of the creation of the Armenian Alphabet in the 5th century and other linguistic facts about the Armenian language.
➌ The next stop will take you to the fun Armenian Alphabet Park where you will be told about the amazing story of the creation of the Armenian Alphabet in the 5th century and other linguistic facts about the Armenian language.
➍ After lunch, the journey will continue upwards and take you to Amberd fortress. As a unique example of the 11th-century Armenian municipal architecture and royal living, the fortress will disclose much related to life lived centuries ago in the area. The beautiful hike following the sightseeing will complete the didactic value of the visit and present to you more of the area's history. It will take you through the gorgeous river stream below the hill and take you to the remains of the ancient local cemetery.