8 days 7 nights
We offer you an eight-day colorful Tour to Georgia that fill you in with positive sparkling emotions. This tour is good one for lovers of bright nature views diversity, history secrets of other nations, low difficulty hiking routes, as well as culture aspects of new meet country.
Your holidays remember you as an active day with exploring of different Georgia regions. You acquaint with our cosine, remember refined and cozy architecture of tree main Georgian cities, take pictures of huge number of sparkling nature locations.
This tour is fully individual one so you can get and reach much more places than others will do while travelling in groups. Your guide-driver becomes your translator, assistant and good FRIEND for these days in our country. So, no need to warry what place to choose for tasty lunch, how to park vehicle in downtown to avoid penalties, or to control timing to reach all planned locations, or what attraction to choose if weather does not allow you to get somewhere. You are free to concentrate just on taking pictures, making videos and enjoying harmony of relaxation.
1 Day – TBILISI
2 Day – KAKHETI
3 Day – KAZBEG
4 Day – Borjomi
5 Day – Batumi
6 Day – Batumi
7 Day – Batumi – Tbilisi
8 Day – Tbilisi
Kakheti is the breadbasket region of Georgia. There are pastures, fodder crops, wheat, orchards, some oil reserves and of course vineyards. Its climate and landscapes are highly similar with south Alp slopes of Italy. Fairly this is the premier Georgia's wine-producing area. About 200 wine varieties are described in this region. Especially popular varieties are Rkatsiteli, Kakhetian Mtsvane, Khikhvi, Kisi, and Saperavi.
Here you visit nise Signagi town with its undamaged city wall of 18th century, red tiled slopes of old houses and colored openwork hinged balconies. You walk on territory of 9th century Bodbe Monastery that has epic views on Alazani Valley. Surely we visit a winery to taste Georgian wine and in general village you participate in Georgian bread baking.
Tbilisi is a capital of Georgia. Here you can see administrative buildings, state authorities, diversity of cultural locations, universities and modern designers boutiques. During three hours we will wolk on screwling streets of Old city, looking at traditional Tbilisi balconies that comfortably neighbouring with modern style glass bridge of Piece and European type green park, listening stories about invadors, who falled in love with Tbilisi and stayed here for living, staying at Narikala fortress we find out more when and in what circumstances Georgian king announced this place as Georgian capital. In addition we get to famous Puppet theater, Sulfur bathes district, and to meidan Bazar with its souvenirs shops.
Borjomi resort is surrounded on all sides by mountains, the height of some of them is 2000-2500 meters. These high "guards" create a special microclimate of these places, which has a beneficial effect on health.
Mineral water Borjomi is widely used for both drinking and therapeutic baths. The invariability of the water composition is confirmed by regular measurements carried out since 1890.
Therapeutic and medical properties gave this place the status of a "balneological resort". What is translated from Latin means - balneum - bath, bathing. So, the city of Borjomi, even under tsarist Russia, is becoming popular as a spa treatment, specializing in water procedures: showers, baths, washes, irrigation, inhalations with the use of natural mineral waters.
The magic cave is full with stunning curtains of stalactites and stalagmites. While visiting, once again it will convince you about existence of the fairy world. Prometheus Cave is located in Tskaltubo municipality, village Kumistavi. There are 22 halls found, where just 6 halls are open for tourists. It is possible to walk through the length of 1420 meters in the cave's territory visit the halls and enjoy boat tour by walking the river. Discover real masterpieces of nature - stalactites and stalagmites at Prometheus Cave, which are the most beautiful forms created by nature. While visiting the cave, hanging waterfalls are waiting for you.
By off-road SUV we rise to the place where the climbers arrange the first night before further ascension. And this is 2170 meters above sea level. Standing near the Holy Trinity church of 14th century on top of Gergeti you realise that all the fuss and everyday life go to the background. The head is slightly spinning from the stupefying landscapes and from the cleanest air.
We will stand at the very foot of the respected Mount Kazbeg. One of the 8 five-thousanders of the Great Caucasian Range. In its vicinity, we are still waiting for trekking to the Gveleti waterfall and formidable views of the granite cracks of the Darial Gorge.
Batumi is the second largest city of Georgia and the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara. It is situated in a subtropical zone at the foot of the Caucasus on the coast of the Black Sea. Much of Batumi's economy revolves around tourism and gambling, but the city is also an important seaport and includes industries like shipbuilding, food processing and light manufacturing. Since 2010, Batumi has been transformed by the construction of modern high-rise buildings, as well as the restoration of classical 19th-century edifices lining its historic Old Town and all year long greenest Boulevard.
Martvili Canyon Natural Monument is located in Martvili municipality, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region. 700 m long stone-paved circular route starts from Martvili Canyon visitor centre and crosses the Dadiani historical trail. There are 2 bridges, 3 platform views and historical 30 steps stair constructed by large limestone boulders.
You can enjoy a 300-meter boating tour on river Abasha and beautiful views of the mountain river canyon.
One of the oldest cities of Georgia, which situated at the confluence of the Kura and Aragvi rivers. In addition it is one of the oldest settlements of Transcaucasia, Mtskheta was the capital of Georgia from the 2nd to the 5th century AD.
Due to the historical significance of the town and its several outstanding churches and cultural monuments, the "Historical Monuments of Mtskheta" became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. As the birthplace and one of the most vibrant centers of Christianity in Georgia, Mtskheta was declared as the "Holy City" by the Georgian Orthodox Church in 2014.
Kutaisi is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and the third-most populous city in Georgia. It is believed that, in Argonautica, a Greek epic poem about Jason and the Argonauts and their journey to Colchis, author Apollonius Rhodius considered Kutaisi their final destination as well as the residence of King Aeëtes.
From October 2012 to December 2018, Kutaisi was the seat of the Parliament of Georgia as an effort to decentralise the Georgian government.
Here we walk at old streets, visit jewish quarter, take pictures at White Bridge, see summer residence of Imeretian kings and talk about Georgian kingdom establishment at Bargati Cathedral 10th century view point.