➊ The third day of the journey will take you to Lermontovo, the residence of one of Armenia's largest ethnic minorities. In the village, you will meet the representatives of the Russian Molokan Community, believers who were exiled to Armenian by Catherine the Great following the end of the second Russo-Persian war. You will get to enjoy ethnic Russian food, talk to the locals, learn their past and partake of their present.
➋ Following a beautiful walk in Dilijan, one of Armenia's greenest and most beautiful communities, you will enjoy the vast openness of Lake Sevan. These are in the Eastern and the North-Eastern parts of Armenia, which, just like any other part of the country, are astoundingly beautiful. They boast different, yet equally stunning landscapes and offer fresh air and velvet-green woodlands.
➌ Followed by a ride through the captivating mountain ranges of alpine pastures, the first site of the trip- the Sevan Peninsula, has much to offer. The peninsula, which was once an island, is in Lake Sevan, the second biggest high-altitude freshwater lake in the world. The peninsula also holds one of the oldest monasteries in the country, the Sevanavank Monastery.