Though Armenia is a small country (141st largest in the world), it has a lot of diverse landscapes. From snow capped mountains and alpine lakes, to dry deserts and lush green valleys, there are lots of micro climates within Armenia. Our Go Eat Give photographer, Amanda Villa-Lobos took over ten thousand pictures while traveling around the country last month. Here are our top 10 scenic views for you to enjoy…

caucus mountains

Volcanic regions in the Lesser Caucasus mountains and Armenian highlands.

Mount Ararat

Mount Ararat is the highest peak in Armenia. Parts of it are located in Turkey and Georgia.

Tatev monastery Armenia

Tatev monastery stands against a beautiful backdrop in the southern part of the country bordering with Iran.

canyon in Armenia

Canyoning, rock climbing and hiking can be enjoyed all over the country.

Lake Sevan

Lake Sevan is a nice place to relax, swim and eat fresh catch such as crayfish and whitefish.

Lake Sevan Armenia

Get an aerial view of the area while paragliding over lake Sevan.


The canyon where Novak monastery is situation looks something like Utah.

wings of Tatev

Aerial view of the valley from Wings of Tatev, the longest non-stop double track cable car in the world.


Khachkar at historic cemeteries, or Armenian cross-stones, give lots of good information about daily life.


Marmashen Monastery 10th-century Armenian monastic complex consisting of 5 churches.

Has this inspired you to travel to Armenia? Read more blog posts from our visit.

~ Photos by Go Eat Give photographer, Amanda Villa-Lobos.