We have a very special trip planned for donors and friends of the Armenian EyeCare Project which combines EyeCare Project programs you have supported through the years with adventures throughout Armenia. Join us on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to Armenia as we see spectacular landscapes and historical architecture, tour the world’s oldest churches and monasteries, visit several eye care programs you have been supporting, meet the people behind the Project; experience the rich culture the country has to offer and much, much more. We promise an adventure you will remember for the rest of your life!
$4,600 per couple + Airfare | $3,000 per person + Airfare
Stay at a luxury, historical five-star hotel located in the heart of Yerevan. The Grand Hotel Yerevan masters the art of blending ancient Armenian culture and history with modern charm and elegance. Enjoy a special discounted rate while taking advantage of the hotel’s many amenities, including a delicious breakfast each morning, a beautiful rooftop pool with a panoramic view of the city, a luxurious health and spa center, delicious fusion fare at Ristorante Rossini, unique cocktails at the Dolce Vita Lounge & Bar and great service.
"I cannot explain the inner warmth and connection that I now have with Armenia – more than I ever expected."
"This was an opportunity of a lifetime and a trip of a lifetime! Thank you to the EyeCare Project for organizing such a great trip."
"To see where the money goes and to see these villagers lined up getting critical eye care, it was a very touching experience for me."
According to the local traditions held by many people in the area, the two river valleys in Nagorno-Karabakh were among the first to be settled by Noah's descendants. According to a 5th-century AD Armenian tradition, a local chieftain named Aran was appointed by the Armenian King Vologases I to be the first governor of this province. Ancient Armenian authors, Movses Khorenatsi and Movses Kaghankatvatsi — the ancestor inhabitants of Artsakh and next province Utik, the descendant of Sisak and through it — the descendant of Haik, the ancestor and eponym of all Armenians.
Deadline: August 15, 2018