Samshvenisi Tbilisi waits you

“Inside the precious circle” – this is how the legendary chief architect of Tbilisi called the old part of the city, which was inside the fortress wall. These are small winding streets with cozy low houses, hanging openwork balconies and warm energy. It is a pleasure to walk along these streets. Shadows of past centuries […]

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Cozy wedding in Georgia!

Once you have met the most important person in your life. You feel him (her), you want to stay close to him (her) all your life, you strive to save your LOVE. It is an exact time when you made decision to get married. Georgia is a country of hospitality, traditions and ancient philosophy. Everyday […]

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Catch warm in winter!

Subtropical climate of west part of Georgia gives us opportunity to offer you to feel warm days in winter season and early spring days. This tour concentrates a huge number of nature sightseeings of west Georgia. Your memories will caught views of waterfalls, canyons, sea side, unique plants, mountain views, trendy Batumi boutiques, ajarian feast […]

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Kazbegi is a mountaineer’s first love!

Mountains, like the sea, do not tolerate the weak and hesitant, and punish for carelessness and pride. Kazbeg, which has become the starting point for many eminent climbers, and now with calm greatness waits for decisive and persistent people who will rise to its summit and forever give their hearts to the mountains and the […]

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Kakheti the cradle of winemaking

Georgia is winemaking! Here everyone, young and old, deeply believes that the wine is alive! That this is a drink of the gods, which is able to keep in itself the surrounding energy and information, is better than water, for example. We will go with you in Kakheti for the secrets of this live drink […]

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Mtskheta and Uplistsikhe – the genetic code of Georgians.

Statehood, which originated at the junction of the two greatest ancient empires of Persia and Byzantium. The pure spirit of Christianity that penetrated here in the first years after the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. We go to the ancient stones of Mtskheta and the remains of the cave city Uplistsikhe, which is already 3000 years […]

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