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June 16 - June 28, 201812 Days
Rates:
$4,416.00/pax
Minimum of 30 Passengers
  • Suggested Itinerary

    DAY 01/JUN 16:
    MANILA TO PERSIA FLIGHT:
    Depart Manila for your flight to Shiraz, Persia Enjoy in-flight amenities while onboard.
    DAY 02/JUN 17:
    ARRIVAL SHIRAZ / SHIRAZ SIGHTSEEING (BLD):
    Early arrival in Shiraz, Persia. Right after airport formalities, we proceed to our hotel for early check-in and have our breakfast. After breakfast, we will start our City sightseeing tour of this historical city. A whole day sightseeing tour of Shiraz will be done with a visit to Persepolis, it was built on an immense half-artificial, half-natural terrace, where the king of kings created an impressive palace complex inspired by Mesopotamian models. The importance and quality of the monumental ruins make it a unique archaeological site. Visit of Nagshe Rostam, a standout amongst the most vital Achaemenian and Sassanian locales in Iran. It is here, in the stone face of the Kuhe-e Hossein, that Darius I and three of his successors had their tombs burrowed. And visit also Nagshe Rajab, this is dedicated to four bas-reliefs that date to the early Sassanid era. Proceed for lunch then we continue our visit to Darvazeh Qoran, the gate was originally built in Azod-o Doleh-e Deilami time and a Quran was placed in it bless the travelers passing beneath it. Afterwards Visit the Holy Shrine of Ali Hamzeh, Ali bin Hamza is a sacred figure for Shiites, he was prosecuted by the caliph and fled to Shiraz in 805, but after staying hidden for a while, he was finally found and killed. Later on, around 950, the local ruler built him a Shrine which was later developed further. The very old entrance door and the red stone inscription inside are interesting. In the evening, back to our hotel. A welcome dinner will be served tonight.
    DAY 03/JUN 18:
    SHIRAZ / ISFAHAN (BLD):
    Breakfast inside hotel, check-out, then we continue our journey as we drive to visit Passargad location of the tomb of Cyrus the Great. It was a city in ancient Persia, located near the city of Shiraz (in Pasargad County), and is today an archaeological site and one of Iran's UNESCO World Heritage Sites. After lunch, we continue our drive to Isfahan with a visit to the beautiful Imam Square or Naqsh-e Jahan Square, is a square situated at the center of Isfahan city, Iran. Constructed between 1598 and 1629, it is now an important historical site, and one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites. The square is surrounded by buildings from the Safavid era. Afterwards, we will head to our hotel for check- in, dinner, and overnight.
    DAY 04/JUN 19:
    ISFAHAN / TEHRAN (BLD):
    Breakfast inside hotel then check-out. Today we continue our journey as we board our motorcoach via koshan for lunch & a short visit to places of interest to arrive in Tehran, capital city of Iran (formerly Persia) dinner followed by transfer to our hotel for overnight. (B/L/D)
    DAY 05/JUN 20:
    TEHRAN SIGHTSEEING (BLD):
    Breakfast at the hotel. Today, we will be seeing the sites and sound of Tehran both the modern & old Persia. After lunch more sights and shopping. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
    DAY 06/JUN 21:
    FLIGHT TO YEREVAN (BD)
    Breakfast inside hotel, check-out, and then transfer to the airport for our flight to Yerevan, capital city of Armenia. Upon arrival, our guide will meet and assist to board our coach and transfer to hotel for check-in. In the afternoon, have some free time to walk around on your own then back to hotel for dinner and overnight.
    DAY 07/JUN 22:
    YEREVAN / ECHMIADZIN / GARNI / GEGHARD / YEREVAN (BLD):
    Breakfast inside hotel. Full day tour to Echmiadzin – the holy seat of the Supreme Patriairch Catholics of all Armenians. Visit St. Hripsime Church (7th century) of the Archeological museum, is a seventh century Armenian Apostolic church in the city of Vagharshapat (Etchmiadzin), Armenia. It is one of the oldest surviving churches in the country. Lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, drive through the picturesque Garni Canyon, skirting formidable cliffs and passing exotic looking gorges until a green plateau by the Azat River comes into view. Later we visit Garni architectural complex of the 1st century and feel the spirit of ancient ages. It is a major village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia. It is known for the nearby classical temple. Excursion to cave Monastery of Geghard (12th - 13th centuries), is a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province of Armenia, being partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dinner in a local restaurant then back to hotel for overnight in Yerevan.
    DAY 08/JUN 23:
    YEREVAN / KHOR VIRAP / NORAVANK / YEREVAN (BLD):
    Breakfast inside hotel. Full day trip to Khor Virap Monastery (4th- 17th cc) which is one of the oldest monasteries in Armenia with views across the twin peaks of Mount Ararat, where Noah's Ark rested after the great flood. Visit 12th century monastery complex of Noravank set in a canyon rich with rare flora. The monastery is best known for its two-storied Surb Astvatsatsin (Holy Mother of God) church, which grants access to the second floor by way of a narrow stone-made staircase jutting out from the face of building. Lunch en route. Dinner in a local restaurant then back to hotel for overnight in Yerevan.
    DAY 09/JUN 24:
    YEREVAN / LAKE SEVAN / HAGHPAT / TBILISI (BLD):
    Breakfast inside hotel then check-out. Continue tour by heading north to Lake Sevan – the emerald of Armenia, with a visit to the 9th century Sevan Monastery, which was mainly intended for monks from Echmiadzin who had sinned. Currently, the monastery consists of two churches: Surp Arakelots (Holy Apostles) and Surp Astvatsatsin (Holy Mother of God). The monastery is famous for its the medieval Armenian Khachkars (cross-stones) as well. The tour will continue to the north to that 10th - 13th centuries Haghpat historical and architectural monument set amidst forest – clad hills close to the town of Alaverdi (178 km from Yerevan). The monument is preserved by UNESCO and included in the World Heritage List. Lunch en route. Transfer to the Georgian border Sadakhlo. Meeting at the border Sadakhlo and border formalities. Continue our drive via beautiful countryside sceneries to our hotel in Tbilisi, capital city of Georgia for dinner and overnight. (B/L/D)
    DAY 10/JUN 25:
    TBILISI / ANANURI / GUDAURI / KAZBEGI / TBILISI (BLD):
    Breakfast inside hotel then we shall start our journey along the Georgian Military Highway, where we will make a first visit the Svetitshoveli Cathedral and next stop will be at the Ananuri architectural complex, which was the residence of the Eristavi (the rulers) of Aragvi. The complex comprises various buildings that were used for worship, fighting and household purpose in the past. The main church of the Holy Virgin is the focal point of the fortress. The facade of the church is decorated with an exquisite relief and ornaments; a picturesque lake opens up from the base of the Ananuri fortress. Lunch en route. Then, we shall continue our way through the more and more mountainous landscape up the valley. After we passed Gudauri, ski resort, we shall drive straight to Kazbegi or Stepantsmidna, a small village located in the Greater Caucasus Mountains about 160 km to the north of Tbilisi at the height of 1700 meters above sea level. Then we shall start ascending to the Gergeti Trinity church located at the height of 2127meters right above the village Stephancminda. It’s a really beautiful road, surrounded with the dramatic views of the tall mountains and picturesque terrain. The road will tack us through the forest and up to the vast plateau where the glorious church stands tall at the very end of the cliff. Upon our approach incredible views of the mighty Mount Kazbeg (5047) (third tallest mountain peak in the Caucasus) and the fabulous Kazbegi Valley. This is also considered to be the very mountain that was mentioned in Greek metrology as the eternal prison of demigod Prometheus that was chained to the mountain in Caucasus as a punishment for stilling fire and gifting it to human kind. Afterwards we will drive towards Tbilisi. Dinner in the restaurant and back to our hotel.
    DAY 11/JUN 26:
    TBILISI / UPLISTIKHE / BORJOMI / TBILISI (BLD):
    After breakfast we will drive you towards cave town of Uplistsikhe, located on the left bank of the Mtkvari River, which was built during the first half of the first millennium BC. This huge rock-city is the most ancient and impressive masterpiece of the Georgian architecture. More than one hundred rooms, halls, and central streets, the roof stage of the antique theatre, as well as a water-system are preserved. Unfortunately, uplistsikhe was strongly damaged by earthquakes and invasions. In spite of this, the monument has a mighty appearance and even today makes a profound impression upon the visitors. Lunch en route. Then we will visit Borjomi Park, famous for its mineral water, whose healing powers have been discovered in the 18th century, and which has become one of Georgia’s major export goods by the beginning of the 21st century. You will have the opportunity to have a walk in the local park, which reminds you of the times when the Russian tsar and aristocracy used to spend their holidays here. If you are brave, you might even taste the original Borjomi water at the spring in the park. Then we will drive you back to Tbilisi. Dinner at the restaurant and back to your hotel.
    DAY 12/JUN 27:
    MTSKHETA / TBILISI SIGHTSEEING TOUR / DEPARTURE (BL):
    After breakfast we will drive you towards Mtskhate. Scientists date the foundation of the town back tothe 2nd millennium BC. Mtskheta was the capital of Georgian Kingdom of Iberia from 500 BC to 500 AD. It was here that the Georgians embraced Christianity in the beginning of the 4th century. Today, the town and its architectural monuments are included in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. First we will stop at the Jvari Monastery which stands on a rocky mountain at the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers. From here, you will enjoy a breathtaking view over the town of Mtskheta and the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral blazing in the color of lizard green under the morning sun. Lunch en route.Then we will drive you towards Tbilisi. The Georgian capital Tbilisi, has a long and fascinating history. Founded in the 4th century by King Vakhtang Gorgasali and named after its warm mineral-water springs, it rapidly developed into the main city of the Caucasus. By the 12th century Tbilisi was one of the most important political, economic, and cultural centers of the Middle East. It stood as a key point on the famous Silk Road, bridging Europe and Asia. We will have visit Tbilisi Art Museum. Then will be visit “Metekhi” church, which dates back to the 12th century and is located on an elevated cliff that overlooks the “Mtkvari” River. Next, we shall cross the bridge of 100000 thousand martyrs, where in year 1227, 100000 thousand, orthodox Christians were decapitated by the army of Turkmen’s lead by Sultan Jalal al-Din of Khwarazm, after they refused to obey his order, to cross the bridge & insult their Christian belief by spiting on the holy icon brought out of The Sioni Church. Then will walk through the Abanotubani (literally "bath district") with sulfur spas that have hosted poets, writers, musicians, and even kings throughout the centuries. After a visit to one of the bathes, we will walk uphill to visit the Narikala Fortress. From here, we will have the chance to enjoy fascinating views over Tbilisi and dwell on truly amazing contrasts of the city. The old town is renowned for its astounding mix of cultures. The mosque, the Synagogue, the Armenian, and Roman Catholic churches harmoniously mingle with the splendid Georgian churches and architecture. Overlooked by the Holy Mountain Mtatsminda and the Narikala Fortress, the wooden houses with open, carved balconies seem to welcome any visitor. With its multiethnic markets, marked by a large variety of products and languages, the city has an eastern, cosmopolitan atmosphere. Next, we will visit the magnificent Sameba (Holy Trinity) Cathedral, a masterpiece of Georgian Christian architecture. The Holy Trinity Cathedral was built to commemorate the 1,500th anniversary of the aucephaly of the Church in Georgia and the 2,000th anniversary of the birth of Jesus Christ. The Cathedral includes the residence of the ruling Catholicos-Patriarch, a monastery, and the Tbilisi Theological Seminary and Academy. Transfer to the airport for your flight back to your home country.
    DAY 13/JUN 28:
    ARRIVAL MANILA HOME SWEET HOME:
  • Terms & Conditions

    • A non- refundable deposit of USD 500.00 pp plus visa fees is required upon booking and submission of complete documents. (Deposit is refundable only if visa is refused)
    • CANCELLATION FEE: Full Cancellation will be applied to any cancellation  made  4weeks before departure
    • Minimum of 30 full paying adult passengers to run the program
    • If the group fall from 29 passengers and below; your travel agent has the right to cancel or reschedule the tour, otherwise supplement will

    Exclusions:

    • Applicable Airline Taxes $ 150.00 per person (Subj to change)
    • Travel Insurance – PHP 1,063 pp valid for 15 days (for passenger until 75 yrs of age only, if 76 yrs old and above rate will be different)
    • Tips for Guide and Driver ($ 10.00 Per Person/Per Day)
    • Cost of passport and Visa Processing and Documentation
    • Porterage at the airport and hotels
    • Beverages during meals
    • Cost of excess baggage, meals other than indicated, laundry, telephone calls, and all other items personal in nature
  • Package Inclusion

    • International Roundtrip Economy Class Airfare
    • Domestic Airticket from Tehran to Yerevan
    • 10 nights hotel accommodation using first class hotels
    • Daily Buffet breakfast at the hotel and set menu Dinner at hotel
    • Lunches at Local Restaurant
    • Air-Conditioned Coach Service
    • Entrance Fees mentioned in the itinerary
    • English speaking professional guides per program
    • Tour Coordinator from PH
    • Pre-departure orientation
  • Suggested Itinerary

    DAY 01/JUN 16:
    MANILA TO PERSIA FLIGHT:
    Depart Manila for your flight to Shiraz, Persia Enjoy in-flight amenities while onboard.
    DAY 02/JUN 17:
    ARRIVAL SHIRAZ / SHIRAZ SIGHTSEEING (BLD):
    Early arrival in Shiraz, Persia. Right after airport formalities, we proceed to our hotel for early check-in and have our breakfast. After breakfast, we will start our City sightseeing tour of this historical city. A whole day sightseeing tour of Shiraz will be done with a visit to Persepolis, it was built on an immense half-artificial, half-natural terrace, where the king of kings created an impressive palace complex inspired by Mesopotamian models. The importance and quality of the monumental ruins make it a unique archaeological site. Visit of Nagshe Rostam, a standout amongst the most vital Achaemenian and Sassanian locales in Iran. It is here, in the stone face of the Kuhe-e Hossein, that Darius I and three of his successors had their tombs burrowed. And visit also Nagshe Rajab, this is dedicated to four bas-reliefs that date to the early Sassanid era. Proceed for lunch then we continue our visit to Darvazeh Qoran, the gate was originally built in Azod-o Doleh-e Deilami time and a Quran was placed in it bless the travelers passing beneath it. Afterwards Visit the Holy Shrine of Ali Hamzeh, Ali bin Hamza is a sacred figure for Shiites, he was prosecuted by the caliph and fled to Shiraz in 805, but after staying hidden for a while, he was finally found and killed. Later on, around 950, the local ruler built him a Shrine which was later developed further. The very old entrance door and the red stone inscription inside are interesting. In the evening, back to our hotel. A welcome dinner will be served tonight.
    DAY 03/JUN 18:
    SHIRAZ / ISFAHAN (BLD):
    Breakfast inside hotel, check-out, then we continue our journey as we drive to visit Passargad location of the tomb of Cyrus the Great. It was a city in ancient Persia, located near the city of Shiraz (in Pasargad County), and is today an archaeological site and one of Iran's UNESCO World Heritage Sites. After lunch, we continue our drive to Isfahan with a visit to the beautiful Imam Square or Naqsh-e Jahan Square, is a square situated at the center of Isfahan city, Iran. Constructed between 1598 and 1629, it is now an important historical site, and one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites. The square is surrounded by buildings from the Safavid era. Afterwards, we will head to our hotel for check- in, dinner, and overnight.
    DAY 04/JUN 19:
    ISFAHAN / TEHRAN (BLD):
    Breakfast inside hotel then check-out. Today we continue our journey as we board our motorcoach via koshan for lunch & a short visit to places of interest to arrive in Tehran, capital city of Iran (formerly Persia) dinner followed by transfer to our hotel for overnight. (B/L/D)
    DAY 05/JUN 20:
    TEHRAN SIGHTSEEING (BLD):
    Breakfast at the hotel. Today, we will be seeing the sites and sound of Tehran both the modern & old Persia. After lunch more sights and shopping. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
    DAY 06/JUN 21:
    FLIGHT TO YEREVAN (BD)
    Breakfast inside hotel, check-out, and then transfer to the airport for our flight to Yerevan, capital city of Armenia. Upon arrival, our guide will meet and assist to board our coach and transfer to hotel for check-in. In the afternoon, have some free time to walk around on your own then back to hotel for dinner and overnight.
    DAY 07/JUN 22:
    YEREVAN / ECHMIADZIN / GARNI / GEGHARD / YEREVAN (BLD):
    Breakfast inside hotel. Full day tour to Echmiadzin – the holy seat of the Supreme Patriairch Catholics of all Armenians. Visit St. Hripsime Church (7th century) of the Archeological museum, is a seventh century Armenian Apostolic church in the city of Vagharshapat (Etchmiadzin), Armenia. It is one of the oldest surviving churches in the country. Lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, drive through the picturesque Garni Canyon, skirting formidable cliffs and passing exotic looking gorges until a green plateau by the Azat River comes into view. Later we visit Garni architectural complex of the 1st century and feel the spirit of ancient ages. It is a major village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia. It is known for the nearby classical temple. Excursion to cave Monastery of Geghard (12th - 13th centuries), is a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province of Armenia, being partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dinner in a local restaurant then back to hotel for overnight in Yerevan.
    DAY 08/JUN 23:
    YEREVAN / KHOR VIRAP / NORAVANK / YEREVAN (BLD):
    Breakfast inside hotel. Full day trip to Khor Virap Monastery (4th- 17th cc) which is one of the oldest monasteries in Armenia with views across the twin peaks of Mount Ararat, where Noah's Ark rested after the great flood. Visit 12th century monastery complex of Noravank set in a canyon rich with rare flora. The monastery is best known for its two-storied Surb Astvatsatsin (Holy Mother of God) church, which grants access to the second floor by way of a narrow stone-made staircase jutting out from the face of building. Lunch en route. Dinner in a local restaurant then back to hotel for overnight in Yerevan.
    DAY 09/JUN 24:
    YEREVAN / LAKE SEVAN / HAGHPAT / TBILISI (BLD):
    Breakfast inside hotel then check-out. Continue tour by heading north to Lake Sevan – the emerald of Armenia, with a visit to the 9th century Sevan Monastery, which was mainly intended for monks from Echmiadzin who had sinned. Currently, the monastery consists of two churches: Surp Arakelots (Holy Apostles) and Surp Astvatsatsin (Holy Mother of God). The monastery is famous for its the medieval Armenian Khachkars (cross-stones) as well. The tour will continue to the north to that 10th - 13th centuries Haghpat historical and architectural monument set amidst forest – clad hills close to the town of Alaverdi (178 km from Yerevan). The monument is preserved by UNESCO and included in the World Heritage List. Lunch en route. Transfer to the Georgian border Sadakhlo. Meeting at the border Sadakhlo and border formalities. Continue our drive via beautiful countryside sceneries to our hotel in Tbilisi, capital city of Georgia for dinner and overnight. (B/L/D)
    DAY 10/JUN 25:
    TBILISI / ANANURI / GUDAURI / KAZBEGI / TBILISI (BLD):
    Breakfast inside hotel then we shall start our journey along the Georgian Military Highway, where we will make a first visit the Svetitshoveli Cathedral and next stop will be at the Ananuri architectural complex, which was the residence of the Eristavi (the rulers) of Aragvi. The complex comprises various buildings that were used for worship, fighting and household purpose in the past. The main church of the Holy Virgin is the focal point of the fortress. The facade of the church is decorated with an exquisite relief and ornaments; a picturesque lake opens up from the base of the Ananuri fortress. Lunch en route. Then, we shall continue our way through the more and more mountainous landscape up the valley. After we passed Gudauri, ski resort, we shall drive straight to Kazbegi or Stepantsmidna, a small village located in the Greater Caucasus Mountains about 160 km to the north of Tbilisi at the height of 1700 meters above sea level. Then we shall start ascending to the Gergeti Trinity church located at the height of 2127meters right above the village Stephancminda. It’s a really beautiful road, surrounded with the dramatic views of the tall mountains and picturesque terrain. The road will tack us through the forest and up to the vast plateau where the glorious church stands tall at the very end of the cliff. Upon our approach incredible views of the mighty Mount Kazbeg (5047) (third tallest mountain peak in the Caucasus) and the fabulous Kazbegi Valley. This is also considered to be the very mountain that was mentioned in Greek metrology as the eternal prison of demigod Prometheus that was chained to the mountain in Caucasus as a punishment for stilling fire and gifting it to human kind. Afterwards we will drive towards Tbilisi. Dinner in the restaurant and back to our hotel.
    DAY 11/JUN 26:
    TBILISI / UPLISTIKHE / BORJOMI / TBILISI (BLD):
    After breakfast we will drive you towards cave town of Uplistsikhe, located on the left bank of the Mtkvari River, which was built during the first half of the first millennium BC. This huge rock-city is the most ancient and impressive masterpiece of the Georgian architecture. More than one hundred rooms, halls, and central streets, the roof stage of the antique theatre, as well as a water-system are preserved. Unfortunately, uplistsikhe was strongly damaged by earthquakes and invasions. In spite of this, the monument has a mighty appearance and even today makes a profound impression upon the visitors. Lunch en route. Then we will visit Borjomi Park, famous for its mineral water, whose healing powers have been discovered in the 18th century, and which has become one of Georgia’s major export goods by the beginning of the 21st century. You will have the opportunity to have a walk in the local park, which reminds you of the times when the Russian tsar and aristocracy used to spend their holidays here. If you are brave, you might even taste the original Borjomi water at the spring in the park. Then we will drive you back to Tbilisi. Dinner at the restaurant and back to your hotel.
    DAY 12/JUN 27:
    MTSKHETA / TBILISI SIGHTSEEING TOUR / DEPARTURE (BL):
    After breakfast we will drive you towards Mtskhate. Scientists date the foundation of the town back tothe 2nd millennium BC. Mtskheta was the capital of Georgian Kingdom of Iberia from 500 BC to 500 AD. It was here that the Georgians embraced Christianity in the beginning of the 4th century. Today, the town and its architectural monuments are included in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. First we will stop at the Jvari Monastery which stands on a rocky mountain at the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers. From here, you will enjoy a breathtaking view over the town of Mtskheta and the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral blazing in the color of lizard green under the morning sun. Lunch en route.Then we will drive you towards Tbilisi. The Georgian capital Tbilisi, has a long and fascinating history. Founded in the 4th century by King Vakhtang Gorgasali and named after its warm mineral-water springs, it rapidly developed into the main city of the Caucasus. By the 12th century Tbilisi was one of the most important political, economic, and cultural centers of the Middle East. It stood as a key point on the famous Silk Road, bridging Europe and Asia. We will have visit Tbilisi Art Museum. Then will be visit “Metekhi” church, which dates back to the 12th century and is located on an elevated cliff that overlooks the “Mtkvari” River. Next, we shall cross the bridge of 100000 thousand martyrs, where in year 1227, 100000 thousand, orthodox Christians were decapitated by the army of Turkmen’s lead by Sultan Jalal al-Din of Khwarazm, after they refused to obey his order, to cross the bridge & insult their Christian belief by spiting on the holy icon brought out of The Sioni Church. Then will walk through the Abanotubani (literally "bath district") with sulfur spas that have hosted poets, writers, musicians, and even kings throughout the centuries. After a visit to one of the bathes, we will walk uphill to visit the Narikala Fortress. From here, we will have the chance to enjoy fascinating views over Tbilisi and dwell on truly amazing contrasts of the city. The old town is renowned for its astounding mix of cultures. The mosque, the Synagogue, the Armenian, and Roman Catholic churches harmoniously mingle with the splendid Georgian churches and architecture. Overlooked by the Holy Mountain Mtatsminda and the Narikala Fortress, the wooden houses with open, carved balconies seem to welcome any visitor. With its multiethnic markets, marked by a large variety of products and languages, the city has an eastern, cosmopolitan atmosphere. Next, we will visit the magnificent Sameba (Holy Trinity) Cathedral, a masterpiece of Georgian Christian architecture. The Holy Trinity Cathedral was built to commemorate the 1,500th anniversary of the aucephaly of the Church in Georgia and the 2,000th anniversary of the birth of Jesus Christ. The Cathedral includes the residence of the ruling Catholicos-Patriarch, a monastery, and the Tbilisi Theological Seminary and Academy. Transfer to the airport for your flight back to your home country.
    DAY 13/JUN 28:
    ARRIVAL MANILA HOME SWEET HOME: