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I felt so lucky coming across Lativer Anapat! My stay there was unplanned but it was so beautiful and the staff was very friendly and helpful. This place exemplifies eco tourism... everything is handmade by local people in an environmentally friendly & unique way... amazing...More
A lovely and beautiful site, a great hike and very difficult if muddy and wet so be careful and bring a change of shoes and clothes if wet. A campsite at the end and can get drinks, see the river and waterfall and then onto...More
Beautiful place. The only issue is the weather. Even if its summer, its hard to reach the waterfall of lastiver. The only way to reach there is by walk of 6 kms return. It takes almost 1 hr and 10 mins of walk with a...More
The caves are a moderate hike from the start point but it is well worth it. The caves are very interesting and there is also a beautiful waterfall below. You can also stay the night in some tents near the waterfalls. I highly recommend this...More
It is worth going to Ijevan only for the sake of doing the short and rewarding Lastiver trail. A taxi from Ijevan to the Resort where it starts is 2000 Dram. Once you are back, they will call a taxi for you to take you...More
A really nice & beautiful place, you can see the caves (I only found one), the campsite, the river/waterfalls and the canyon itself. It's a bit tricky to find so GPS was very useful.
You can stay overnight in the treehouse (5.000 dram, but might...More
Me and my friends enjoyed walking :) If it was not October, we would also enjoy swimming :)
The time, actually, was perfect: you could see a beautiful autumn landscape, caves, and the waterfall.
The place is calm:) There is a small camping site near...More
The two-storey cave Lastiver (there are more caves in this area, but this is most famous) is located on the hillside in the beautiful gorge of Khachaghbyur river. It’s about 3 km from Yenokavan village. In Armenian “last i ver” means “raft up”. In the...More