Participants visit Noravank, a 13th century Armenian Monastery
Discover Armenia has a variety of activities which reconnect students with their heritage.
Getting to the top of Mount Aragats is as much about sightseeing as a simple lesson in perseverance.
Each year participants pay a visit to the Armenian Genocide Memorial.
A cornerstone of the program, community service engagement connects each individual with their homeland and is a unique opportunity for personal growth and development.
Participants learn valuable lessons about giving back and helping others in community service projects.
Throughout their stay, participants visit significant sites around Armenia.
Some of the greatest memories come from the daily interactions. Living together, sharing a simple dinner on the patio or out for a night out at a local restaurant, these moments bond the students who leave each summer feeling like an extended family.
The students also enjoy a diverse selection of activities from Armenian folk dance and singing courses, to engaging in the grape benediction ceremony and festivities at the Feast of the Assumption of St. Mary.
Participants help to plant trees for current and future generations.