The prices in the tourism industry are not justified. About 75 percent of the country's population does not have access to inbound and outbound tourism.
"The prices are so high that people do not even think about resting in Tsakhkadzor, Jermuk, Sevan. Tourism around the country should be available for our compatriots," said Melita Hakobyan, Chairperson of the National Association of Consumers.
A night in Haghartsin and Parz Lich (Clear Lake) costs about $100-150, she said.
In his turn, Arlen Davudyan, Director of Tatev Tour Agency, said that holiday-makers today prefer to rest in Georgia as the prices are more available there.
The specialists underlined that the prices in Armenia are not only expensive for locals but also for foreign tourists.