Category Archives: Caucasus

28 Jaw-Dropping Places to Visit in the Caucasus Countries

Best places to visit in the Caucasus Countries: Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia

The Caucasus is one of the most magnificent regions in the world.  Home to wine, genuine hospitality, deep-rooted history, and famous food make this entire region worthy of a visit. These are the best places to visit in the Caucasus countries.   This list was a compilation of places decided by other travel bloggers and us. […]

Take a Trip to Armenia Through These 30 Road Trip Photos!

Tatev Monastery in Armenia

I’ve traveled quite a bit and talked to locals of so many nationalities and backgrounds.  Many tell me I’m lucky to have the opportunity to travel (which I am) while others tell me they wished they had grown up in a different place and will flee their homeland for greener pastures as soon as they […]

How to Get a Visa and Travel to the Republic of Abkhazia

Sukhumi, Abkhazia parliament building

The Inguri border (Abkhazia-Georgia) is OPEN as of December 11, 2019. This post is a guideline for getting a visa to Abkhazia in the Caucasus from the Inguri border with Georgia.  It also contains some specific travel information for border crossings, transportation to Sukhumi, and travel tips for Abkhazia.  It was originally published in April […]

Two Days in Yerevan Itinerary – First-Timer’s Guide to Armenia’s Pink City

Two days in Yerevan itinerary -21

Yerevan, Armenia is one of my favorite cities in the entire world. While I think just spending two days in Yerevan is doing yourself a huge disservice, it is still possible to get a true taste of the city within those two days. This is a Yerevan itinerary for those who are embarking on their […]

11 Random Facts About Armenia

Most people outside of the Caucus region know very little about Armenia.  Many Norwegians I talk to have never even heard of the country.  And while most Americans have heard of Armenia, I’m fairly certain that half have heard of the country due to the Kardashians claiming to have roots there (pretty sure Armenians aren’t […]