Climbers rest near an altitude of 3,200m.

Join A Group To Climb Mount Ararat 29 July – 04 August 2024 – 7 Days – Price : 495€

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Join Mount Ararat Climb Group Tours

Our Mount Ararat Open group tours are guaranteed to depart, ensuring that no matter how many climbers have signed up, your adventure will go ahead as planned. Additionally, we promise that you won’t face any additional charges, even if you find yourself as the sole trekker on the departure date. This commitment to our travelers means you can book your trekking adventure with confidence, knowing that your plans are secure and price-transparent.

  • Duration: 7 Days
  • Group Size: Minimum 1 and Maximum 15 people
  • Category: Mount Ararat Group Tours July
  • Route to be Used: Mount Ararat South Route
  • Tour Type: Open to all participants
  • Mountain accommodation: 4 Nights
  • Hotel accommodation: 2 Nights
  • Tour Starting Location: Airport
  • Tour Ending Location: Airport
  • Climbing Altitude: 5,137 m

Two Ararat Travel Partner Program: Travel agents, mountaineering clubs, and guides can visit our Two Ararat Travel Partners Page to discover our climbing tours that include special benefits, and immediately take advantage of these offers by registering on behalf of your company.

Mount Ararat Climb Tour Program includes:

Services Included in the Price

2 Nights Hotel Stay – “Accommodation Hotel in Doğubayazıt, including room and breakfast”

4 Night Mountain Stay – “Accommodation in tents with all foods included”

We will pick you up from Airport and transfer you to your hotel in the city centre of Doğubayazıt, which is the starting point of your Mount Ararat tour. At the end of your tour, we will provide a return transfer from the hotel to the airport. Your tour will commence with our service picking you up from your hotel, and after the mountain tour, you will be returned to your hotel in Doğubayazıt using our service. If your climbing trip includes a cultural tour, transfers to cultural sites will also be conducted by our service.

For our tours, it is legally required for our company to obtain insurance. As a fully licensed travel agency, we ensure that all our customers participating in our tours are covered by insurance. This comprehensive coverage includes lost baggage, in-city accidents during the tour, and cancellations. However, please remember that extreme sports and nature activities currently do not fall under this insurance coverage in Turkey – “The insurance only covers the city phase of the tour“. If you need insurance for these activities, we suggest you purchase climbing insurance from your own insurance company. You can also request a copy of the insurance policy to verify the coverage provided by companies that offer climbing and high-altitude insurance. Through our partner Global Rescue, you can also purchase online high-altitude insurance. For more detailed information about the insurance options we offer, please visit our insurance page here.

The climbing permit fee for Mount Ararat is included in the tour price. The permit fee for both local and foreign nationals must be paid into the T.C. Doğubayazıt District Governorship Village Services “T.C. Doğubayazıt Kaymakamlığı Köy Hizmetleri” account. If the permit fee is not paid, permits will be considered invalid and legal action will be initiated against those who enter the National Park without permission. It is crucial that permits are arranged in accordance with the law and payment is made after approval is received. Many companies do not pay the permit fee to the institutions and do not send you the payment receipt. In contrast, we carefully provide you with all the transaction documents, including the original bank receipt, as proof of payment.

For every 10 people, we provide a local mountain guide. To offer a personalised experience, we limit our groups to a maximum of 15 climbers. When there are more than 15 participants, we start preparations for a second tour with different team members on the same dates.

In the city:

A Turkish breakfast is served every morning at your hotel.

In the mountains:

Throughout your journey, chefs will prepare delicious meals and provide the necessary nutrients for your climb. Separate menus are prepared to ensure the satisfaction of vegetarian clients. Lunch packs that can be carried all day are provided for midday treks. Evening meals are prepared by the chef and served in our dining tent.

Breakfast: Every morning, the chef prepares a Turkish breakfast. This breakfast, including seasonal salad, jam, hazelnut spread, black olives, halva, eggs, and cheese, is served with coffee and tea.

Lunch: Once you’ve reached the mountain by vehicle, our chef will welcome you and offer lunch packs to refresh your energy. These packs include fruit juice, a wafer or chocolate, water, a sandwich, and fruit. These snack packs are provided for your daily climbs, as you will be hiking around lunchtime each day.

Snacks: Upon arriving at the campsite, our comfortable dining tent will be waiting for you with hot drinks, snacks, and treats. On summit night, after a energising and tasty breakfast, we’ll start the climb. To keep you warm and energised, a comforting hot soup will be served. For lunch, our chef will provide you with packs of sandwiches, fruits, and chocolates to take with you.

Dinner: For dinner, we will prepare delicious hot meals for you. Each meal includes a main dish made with meat or chicken, accompanied by soup, rice, bulgur wheat, or pasta, and a seasonal salad.

Tent: With the start of the climbing season on Mount Ararat, we offer services at two different altitudes with our fixed camp areas. The first camp area (Main Camp) is located at 3,200 metres, while the second is at 4,200 metres. For your accommodation, we provide tents with beds in the main camp area. Standard Dome tents are used to set up temporary camp areas at different altitudes for winter and May  climbs. Our fixed camp tents are spacious and designed for comfortable standing and moving around. Wooden beds and soft mattresses are available for a comfortable sleep.

Mat: Mats are generally used in Dome tents and at the second camp area. As mentioned above, we offer more comfortable beds instead of mats.

Crampon: Considering that every participant of the Mount Ararat Climbing Tour will have different boots, we use the Strapped C1 and Crab Crampon models for crampons. This way, our crampons can be attached to all types of boots.

For more information about our services, you can visit this link.

Our Carrier Mule teams, who will carry climbers’ equipment and bags throughout the climbing tour, will transport your gear between camp sites. Upon reaching the mountain, your equipment will be carried to the main camp at 3,200 metres by horses. Before summiting, your gear will be transported to the camp site at 4,200 metres, and this process will be repeated on your descent from the mountain to the city. You will complete your tour with just a small backpack. Additionally, you can leave your extra luggage and equipment at our Hotel free of charge and retrieve it upon your return.

We believe that a nature hike is not a competition and therefore do not offer climbing certificates solely to those who reach the summit as proof of their achievement. Our company will provide a certificate to all participants of the Mount Ararat Climbing Tour simply for reaching the campsite. These certificates, which will include the tour date and the names of the participants, will be presented to them during the celebration dinner organised by our company.

As part of our tour, our company organises a celebratory meal following the climb. This special gathering takes place at a location selected by our team; this can either be our main campsite before returning to the city or a restaurant in the city. Guests can savour the tastes of traditional Turkish cuisine from a menu prepared to suit everyone’s preferences or enjoy a delightful barbecue party. On this occasion, all participants of the Mount Ararat Climbing Tour will be presented with climbing certificates.

In our camp sites, we offer hot water and hot drinks along with boxed fruit juices for our customers to enjoy after their walks. You can also bring your favourite herbal tea with you.

Water sources on Mount Ararat are limited, with the only natural water being obtained from glaciers. However, these glacial waters are not preferred as drinking water due to their superficial nature and lack of essential minerals. To ensure the well-being of our customers, we offer free bottled drinking water transported from the city by Mules at our camp sites.

In our camping areas, toilet paper and liquid soap are available free of charge for our customers. It is also possible for you to bring your own personal hygiene products.

Services Not Included in the Price

National and international flight tickets are not included in your package and therefore all costs associated with these tickets must be covered by the participant themselves. For more information on getting to the area, you can go to this link.

Tips are not obligatory on our Mount Ararat Climbing Tours. However, if you wish to show appreciation for the staff’s efforts, you are welcome to give a Tip of at least 5% of the tour cost to our staff in charge. For more information about Tipping and the team working on your tour, please visit our Mount Ararat Tour Tipping page.

Personal equipment is not included in the tour price. However, we understand that some equipment might create extra baggage and cost for our guests and sometimes you may only want to use the equipment once. Therefore, you can rent equipment such as sleeping bags, boots, and walking sticks from our company. For this, you can visit our rental page. As our rental equipment stock is limited, don’t forget to reserve any equipment you need while making your tour booking. To review the equipment you can rent and the prices, visit our Mount Ararat Rental Gear page..

Alcoholic drinks are not included in the tour price, but you are welcome to bring your own alcohol. The local people working at the Mount Ararat campsite sell some drinks like beer on site, but remember that prices are higher on the mountain compared to the city.

Food in the city is not included in the tour price. However, breakfast will be provided at your hotel during your stay in the city. Additionally, we would like to mention that the quality of the local food options available in Doğubayazıt is high and the prices are at reasonable levels.

Our pre-planned Mount Ararat Climbing Tours do not include cultural tours. While our company organises hiking, climbing, and cultural tours in the region, we also arrange cultural tours and climbing expeditions in neighbouring countries. You can diversify your climb with cultural tours and different mountains by selecting a special tour, or after your climb, you can choose to buy extra days to explore the area. If you would like more information about the tours we offer, you can check out our Climbs or Cultural Tours page, or use our site’s search engine.

Your personal expenses are not included in the tour price.

Climbs to Mount Ararat do not require mandatory insurance. Our company meticulously fulfils its legal obligations. In this context, we include tour cancellation and health insurance in the tours we offer. The type of insurance that many companies in the market leave ambiguous with the phrase “insurance included” is precisely this insurance. However, it should be noted that this insurance is not a climbing insurance. Beyond the health and tour cancellation insurance included in our tours, obtaining a climbing insurance is the responsibility of our customers. You can obtain high altitude climbing insurance, also known as extreme sports insurance, by contacting local insurance agents. Our company is in partnership with Global Rescue, a rescue and insurance services company. If you wish to purchase insurance online through Global Rescue, you can use this link. Please visit our insurance information page for more detailed information about the insurance.

Important notice:

If you are a group, we can arrange a Private Mount Ararat tours for you on any date you wish.


Our expedition to Mount Ararat begins as we reach the starting point at an altitude of 2,200 meters, arriving in our vehicles.

Our expedition to Mount Ararat begins as we reach the starting point at an altitude of 2,200 meters, arriving in our vehicles.

7-Day Mount Ararat Climbing Adventure: A Discovery Tour in July, July is one of the best times to climb Mount Ararat. During this month, the weather conditions generally do not fluctuate significantly; it’s a period when temperatures are high and precipitation is low. However, at higher altitudes, the weather will become colder and temperatures, especially on the summit glacier, will drop below freezing. Our recommendation for Mount Ararat Tours is to bring lightweight summer clothes as well as specialized attire designed for mountaineering and outdoor activities to protect you from extreme cold and challenging conditions. Our tour programme includes a day of acclimatisation exercise to help you get used to the altitude. The altitudes of the camp sites do not change in July and are fixed. This allows you to take advantage of more comfortable and professional camping services. In July, you can benefit from all the facilities of the main camp sites prepared by Two Ararat company on Mount Ararat.

You can view the full list of our climbing options to Mount Ararat here.

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A panoramic view from the summit of Mount Ararat, with Little Ararat visible in the background.

1st Day July 29: “Welcome Day”

On this day, we’ll greet you at the Airport and provide transportation to your hotel.

Accommodation: Doğubeyazıt Hotel

2nd Day July 30: 3,200m “Mount Ararat Base Camp”

We’ll arrive in Çevirme Village (with altitude of 2,200m) next to Mount Ararat. At this point, our carriers will handle our equipment and transfer it to the camp using mules. This is also where our hike will begin. After a comfortable hike of about 5 hours, we’ll arrive at the first camp at 3,200m.

Accommodation: 3,200m Mount Ararat Base Camp

Climb from 2,200 meters to 3,200 meters
Average Hiking TimeAverage Hiking DistanceAverage AscensionAverage Inclination
5 Hours7km1000m15°

3rd Day July 31: 3,200m Mount Ararat Base Camp, “The Acclimatization Day”

We’ll begin our hike to the second camp at 4,200m to conduct acclimatisation exercises. Even though it’s a much harder stage compared to the previous day, we’ll arrive at the second camp in about 4 hours. We’ll rest here for one hour and do little walks around the second camp. And then we’ll start our descent to the first camp at 3,200 meters. We’ll have plenty of opportunities to rest at the camp before the summit climb, which we’ll reach after a two-hour hike.

Accommodation: 3,200m Mount Ararat Base Camp

Climb from 3,200 meters to 4,200 meters
Average Hiking TimeAverage Hiking DistanceAverage AscensionAverage Inclination
4 Hours3km1000m15° – 20°

Descent from 4,200 meters to 3,200 meters
Average Hiking TimeAverage Hiking DistanceAverage AscensionAverage Inclination
3 Hours3km1000m15° – 20°

4th Day August 01: 4,200m “Mount Ararat Second Camp”

After breakfast, we’ll start our climb again to the second camp at 4,200 meters. After this climb, we’ll spend the night in the second camp at 4,200 meters. Here we’ll do our equipment check and we’ll prepare our bags for the summit climb which we’ll start at midnight.

Accommodation: 4,200m Mount Ararat Second Camp

Climb from 3,200 meters to 4,200 meters
Average Hiking TimeAverage Hiking DistanceAverage AscensionAverage Inclination
4 Hours3km1000m15° – 20°

5th Day August 02: Mount Ararat “Summit Day 5.137m”

After a night of rest, our summit climb will start with waking up at the time our guide has determined. We will reach the summit in about 6 hours. After resting for half an hour at the summit, we’ll head towards to the second camp at 4,200 meters. After around 3 hours, we’ll reach the second camp where we’ll rest for about an hour and start our descent to the first camp at 3,200 meters, where we’ll spend our last night on the mountain.

Accommodation: 3,200m Mount Ararat Base Camp

There is an emergency Extra day in our program. Weather conditions on the mountain sometimes make the climb impossible. With a extra day, you’ll have a chance to wait in the second camp to wait for the weather conditions to improve and then try again the next day when the weather gets better. If there are no bad weather conditions, this day will be used after the summit descent to rest at the Base Camp at 3,200 meters

Climb from 4,200 meters to 5,137 meters
Average Hiking TimeAverage Hiking DistanceAverage AscensionAverage Inclination
6 Hours3km937m20° – 30°

Descent from 5,137 meters to 4,200 meters
Average Hiking TimeAverage Hiking DistanceAverage AscensionAverage Inclination
4 Hours3km937m20° – 30°

Descent from 4,200 meters to 3,200 meters
Average Hiking TimeAverage Hiking DistanceAverage AscensionAverage Inclination
4 Hours3km1000m15° – 20°

6th Day August 03: “Return to Doğubeyazıt”

We’ll have breakfast. After which we’ll start our descent to the 2.200 meters where the vehicle transfer point is. We’ll arrive at this point 3 hours later and then get transferred to our hotel.

Accommodation: Doğubeyazıt Hotel

Descent from 3,200 meters to 2,200 meters
Average Hiking TimeAverage Hiking DistanceAverage AscensionAverage Inclination
3 Hours7km1000m15°

7th Day August 04: “Farewell Day”

This adventurous, fun and historical tour program will end today with us making sure you get to the airport safely. After this program, we hope we’ll meet with you on more different routes and cities.

Average weather conditions for Mount Ararat in July

3,200m BASE CAMP
MAX 12 °C – MIN 11 °C
10 °C
8 KM/H
0 CM
0.8 MM
MAX 6 °C – MIN 5 °C
2 °C
13 KM/H
46 %
0.01 CM
0.6 MM
MAX -1 °C – MIN -2 °C
-8 °C
22 KM/H
0.1 CM
0 MM

Temperatures can feel more intense due to the wind chill factor. The data provided in the table showcases the estimated average temperature, wind speed, humidity, and precipitation at three distinct altitudes on Mount Ararat in July 2023.

If you need more information about the weather conditions on Mount Ararat, please click link to visit the Detailed Weather Conditions and Information for Mount Ararat page.


By clicking on this image, you can go to the website of the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies

By clicking on this image, you can go to the website of the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies “TURSAB” verify that our company and website are legal.

During the tour, to avoid any issues and ensure your safety, it’s necessary for us to conduct your tour in compliance with legal procedures. Mount Ararat can be climbed with permission from the local authority “Doğubayazıt District Governorship” and is also designated as Mount Ararat National Park. We need to submit an application for permission before your climb, with petitions prepared including your identification details and climbing dates. This way, we won’t have any issues with local government and the gendarmerie. Furthermore, all travel agencies operating in Turkey are obligated to insure their customers. However, this insurance is not climbing insurance. Please review the detailed information on our insurance page. Below, you can find the Reservation process listed in points.

The reservation process includes the following steps:

  1. Select the tour that suits you and send us the necessary information for the reservation.
  2. We will send you a document with your tour details and our account information for you to confirm your reservation.
  3. Provided there are no errors in the information on the document, you will send a prepayment to our account. Once your payment reaches our account, we will send you a “Payment Received” document to confirm your tour.
  4. As your tour date approaches, we will prepare your Travel Insurance and send you the documents.
  5. On a suitable date, we will apply for your climbing permission from the Doğubayazıt District Governorship and later send you the document they provide us.
  6. Before the start of the tour, we will deposit your Climbing Permit Fee into the Doğubayazıt District Governorship Village Services “Doğubayazıt Kaymakamlığı Köy hizmetleri” account and send you the payment receipt.

Cancellation and Refund

For our tours, a modest prepayment is required to secure climbing permits and initiate insurance processes. Please note that this fee is non-refundable in the event of tour cancellation. Full tour payment will be made in cash to our team on the day the tour starts, guaranteeing an experience. This allows you to make tour cancellations and changes without taking any risk. For detailed information about the tour cancellation and refund conditions, please click here.


Our Spanish climbing group is at the summit of Mount Ararat.

Our Spanish climbing group is at the summit of Mount Ararat.

As a group, you can organise a private climbing tour to Mount Ararat. This will be a tour planned according to the preferred dates and specific needs of your group. For instance, in our pre-planned tours due to the distance and our agreed services, we prefer the two closest airports to Doğubayazıt. If you are travelling as a group, transfers can be arranged from Van or Kars airports or by car from any city in the country. Additionally, you can be picked up from country borders such as Georgia and Iran. This way, you not only get to climb but also visit some of the most popular historic cities in The Eastern Anatolia region.

Your group will not include different people and a second team works for you on the mountain. Our Mount Ararat tours include a high altitude acclimatisation exercise day. As an alternative in group climbs, you can climb Artos 3,550 m, Suphan 4,058 m, Nemrut 2,948 m, Kaçkar 3,937 m or Demavend 5,609 m and Kazbek 5,054 m Mountains, and you can decide on the number of mountains you wish to climb. Thus, you do not need to do an extra altitude acclimatisation climb on Mount Ararat because you have climbed other mountains beforehand. This offers you the opportunity to have reached the summit of different mountains in a single climbing tour.

We offer special discounts for groups every year, based on the number of participants. As the number of participants in a group increases, the discount rates will become more advantageous. If you inform us about the number of participants and the tour you will be conducting, we can determine the most suitable Mount Ararat climbing price for you. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. If you represent a company, club, or group, you can benefit from more advantageous tours by joining our Two Ararat Travel Partner program.


We offer services at two separate camp sites on Mount Ararat. It’s important to note that depending on the season and weather conditions, the altitudes of our camp sites and our tent models may vary. Every year, as the snows melt at the altitudes of 3,200 and 4,200 metres on Mount Ararat, we set up our permanent camps and provide uninterrupted service in these camps until the end of the climbing season. All your equipment is carried to the camp sites by mules.

If the weather is favourable, you can take a shower in the camp, there are toilets available at the camp site, and water is provided. Drinking water is transported to the camp site from the city in sealed bottled water. Our camp sites have high altitude and camping tents with beds available (outside of the climbing season, we use standard Dome Camping tents). Meals are prepared in the kitchen tent by a chef and served hot in the Dining tent. Additionally, when the weather allows, we enable you to charge your small electronic devices using solar power at both camp sites. You can find more information about our camp sites and the services we offer on our page “Services We Offer During Mount Ararat Climbs“.


Erik Weihenmayer, the first blind climber to ascend the summit of Mount Everest and the author of

Erik Weihenmayer, the first blind climber to ascend the summit of Mount Everest and the author of “Touch the Top of the World,” was with our founders at the summit of Mount Ararat in 2009.

Climbing Mount Ararat does not require technical knowledge, but climbers should be prepared for long hikes and the challenges that high altitudes bring. We must remember that, even though it’s not a technical climb, Mount Ararat is a high-altitude mountain with its peak at 5,137 metres.

Preparation for the Mount Ararat Ascent:

We recommend preparing for your climb a month in advance. If possible, taking long walks to higher elevations in your area to prepare for the climb can increase your chances of reaching the summit and reduce your risk of developing altitude sickness on the mountain. Oxygen is not used for altitude sickness on Mount Ararat; therefore, if you become ill, you may need to descend to a lower elevation, usually back to the main camp area, and end your journey to the summit. To minimise such issues, all our tours on Mount Ararat include Acclimatisation (adjusting to high altitude) exercise days. For more detailed information about altitude sickness and the precautions we take, please visit this page and to review our 10-week Training programme before climbing Mount Ararat, please visit this page.

Choosing the Right Equipment for Mount Ararat Ascent:

The season in which you plan to climb Mount Ararat is the most crucial factor in determining your equipment list. In the summer, you’ll need lighter clothes that keep you cool while trekking between camps, but you’ll also need warmer clothes for the same day’s summit attempt. Additionally, equipment choices can be inadequate for ski tours and during the winter season or poor weather conditions. For detailed information on equipment, you can visit our page Mount Ararat Climbing Equipment Selection.

Mount Ararat Climbing Gear Rental:

We provide equipment rental service for Mount Ararat climbs. This service allows you to rent various equipment necessary for the climb. Key rental items include Boots, Poles, and Sleeping Bags among others. The rental fee is not a daily rate but a total fee covering the entire climb. This way, you pay a single, appropriate fee for all the equipment used during the climb. Our equipment rental service begins with the specification and reservation of the equipment requested before the climb. Subsequently, the equipment is delivered to the hirer before the climb. The rented equipment must be returned after the climb. This service enables climbers to easily obtain the necessary equipment without having to bring their own, avoiding issues with equipment transportation and storage. For equipment rental services, kindly explore our Mount Ararat Climbing Gear Rental page for all your needs. You can read more about the Difficulty of Climbing Mount Ararat on the “How Hard is it to Climb Mount Ararat” page.


The Great Hall of İshak Pasha Palace located in Doğubayazıt.

The Great Hall of İshak Pasha Palace located in Doğubayazıt.

After descending from Mount Ararat, you can head straight to a Turkish bath. The warm bath and massage will be very beneficial for your tired body. If you’re not short on time, you can add an extra day to your tour to explore the area. This way, you can observe Mount Ararat from afar, visit Ishak Pasha Palace, village thought to be the location of the legendary Noah’s Ark story, and Ice Cave or go to Diyadin Hot Springs to swim in the thermal waters. Our team will provide you with a vehicle for the places you’ll visit and give you preliminary information.

If you wish to extend your tour, you can travel from Doğubayazıt to Van to see Lake Van, Van Castle, and Akdamar Island, or go to Kars to see Kars Castle and the ancient city of Ani. Doğubayazıt is also 45 km away from the Iran border gate Gürbulak. You have the chance to make a short trip to Iran. You can take a taxi to Tabriz and spend a day exploring the city of Tabriz before returning to Turkey. Please check Iran’s visa policies applied to your country before your visit.


Stretcher systems designed for first aid and rescue in difficult terrains are kept at our camp sites for problems that may arise during climbing.

Stretcher systems designed for first aid and rescue in difficult terrains are kept at our camp sites for problems that may arise during climbing.

Climbing Mount Ararat, safety is of paramount importance. To ensure safety, we take various measures and conduct climbs accompanied by local and experienced guides in the area. On Mount Ararat, altitude sickness (Click here to read about altitude sickness and the precautions we take) and minor injuries are generally encountered, but we keep first aid equipment available in camps against possible risks. Our first aid supplies include neck supports, spine support stretchers, stretchers designed especially for emergency and rough terrain, wrist and arm supports, medical supports for arm-leg and hand fractures, and emergency kits. Our team’s primary goal is to safely transport the injured to a place where they can receive first aid with these materials.

Portable oximeter devices that can measure from the finger are available at our camp sites. With these devices, we can measure the oxygen level in your blood on Mount Ararat.

Portable oximeter devices that can measure from the finger are available at our camp sites. With these devices, we can measure the oxygen level in your blood on Mount Ararat.

Other measures taken during Mount Ararat climbs include:

  • Group Size Control: Group size is kept under control, and the maximum group size a guide can manage is determined. As the number of participants increases, more guides are added. This is important for the safety of each participant and the quality of the climbing experience.
  • Monitoring Weather Conditions: Weather conditions are continuously monitored, and necessary precautions are taken for the safety of the climb.
  • Emergency Plan: Preparations are made for emergencies, and an emergency plan is established. This plan includes how to act in case of injury, illness, or other emergencies, covering the necessary emergency responses.


Climbers are trekking on Mount Ararat.

Climbers are trekking on Mount Ararat.

Alternatively, the Mount Ararat Base Camp One-Night Accommodation Trekking Tours offer a perfect option for those new to mountaineering or just looking for the pleasure of walking. These tours are specifically designed for you to spend time on Mount Ararat when you do not have mountain experience or do not have enough time to climb to the summit. During the tour, you will discover the enchanting nature of Mount Ararat and have the opportunity to stay overnight at the Mount Ararat Base Camp area. Meals and beverages, round-trip vehicle transfers, and guidance services are included in the tour. For more information, please visit our Mount Ararat Trekking Tours page or contact us for detailed information.


Climb Buddy Finder

Sometimes, you may not have friends from your close circle to accompany you, and there might be others on holiday who also wish to climb Mount Ararat like you. If you’re looking for a climbing partner or wish to travel together, you can seek help from the Climb Buddy Finder website, supported by special discounts. Of course, you also have the opportunity to participate in a climb with other travellers through our Open Participation Mount Ararat Climbing tours. Please click the link to check out our page on pre-planned open participation Mount Ararat climbing tours.


Do you have questions about climbing Mount Ararat? We’ve answered many questions on our Frequently Asked Questions page. To find answers to your questions, you can visit our page or use our site search engine. If you can’t find the answer to your question on our website, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re here for you and do our best to respond to your questions within 24 to 48 hours. We Looking forward to seeing you on Mount Ararat.

We look forward to meeting you! Please do contact us if you have any queries.


    Jul 29 2024 - Aug 04 2024




    Open Groups to Climb Ararat


    Çiftepınar Mah , İsa Geçit cad, 04400 Doğubayazıt/Ağrı/Turkey


    Two Ararat
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