Georgia tours

Georgia tours.
Day 1: Tbilisi  
Your driver will greet you at Tbilisi International Airport and bring you to Georgia's capital, Tbilisi. Today you will embark on a city tour. Tsminda Sameba, Georgia's tallest temple and the principal church of the Georgian Orthodox Church, is worth a visit. Then you'll head to Metekhi's old district to see the Assumption Church, which lies on a beautiful hill. The Rike Park and the modern Bridge of Peace are the next sights to view. The cable car will take you to the Narikala stronghold, from where you will get amazing views of Tbilisi. After that, take a walk around the Botanical Garden to observe the lovely waterfall. Along the way, you may observe the sulfuric baths, a famous spa complex (XVII-XIX cc.) constructed on natural sulfur springs. Later, you may pay a visit to the Sioni Cathedral and the bustling Shardeni Boulevard, which is packed with pleasant cafes and art galleries. It is one of the most recognizable Old Town landmarks. You will spend the night at the hotel.

Day 2: Tbilisi – Kakheti – Telavi
You'll depart early in the morning for Kakheti, a picturesque region noted for producing excellent Georgian wines. You'll go to Telavi, the region's core, which is known for its stunning surroundings and excellent wine. Then you will visit the Tsinandali estate, which is owned by the Chavchavadze family, a well-known Georgian dynasty. The estate is well-known for its amazing green maze and cellars, which hold a rare collection of Georgian and European wine. Then you'll go on an excursion to Batonis Tsikhe Fortress. You will learn about local wines at the Khareba vineyard. The tour will culminate with a wine tasting and a master class on how to prepare Georgian bread shoti. You will spend the night at the hotel.

Day 3: Telavi – Signaghi – Tbilisi
In the morning, you will drive to Signaghi. It's a little village of love with an architectural style evocative of Italian towns. Following that, you'll visit the Bodbe Monastery, which is home to Georgia's enlightener, Saint Nino. There is a spring in the region known as "Nino's water," which erupts from the soil. People believe that spring is wonderful and that it may cure a number of ailments. The voyage culminates with a visit to David Gareja, a rock-hewn monastery complex built in the sixth century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the thirteen Assyrian fathers. David Gareja's cave systems are noteworthy for their originality and rarity all over the world. You will spend the night at the hotel.

Day 4: Tbilisi – Gudauri – Tbilisi
This day begins with a visit to Ananuri, a medieval stronghold on the shores of the Zhinvali reservoir. It's a wonderful architectural structure in excellent condition. It was formerly a significant defensive fortress that saw action in several conflicts. Continue on to Gudauri, a lovely resort town located 3000 meters above sea level. This area is ideal for skiing, climbing, and active summer holidays. After a quick stop at the Sour Waters of Vedza, you'll arrive in a magnificent Stepantsminda town at the foot of the majestic Mount Kazbek. Visitors are drawn to the medieval Gergeti Trinity Church, located 2170 meters above the village, because of its history and stunning surroundings. You'll be taken up the hill to the church to take in the views and hear about Gergeti history and riches. You will spend the night at the hotel.
Day 5: Tbilisi – Mtskheta – Kutaisi  
Today you will go to Mtskheta, the spiritual capital of Georgia. From here, one can view the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers, which is a stunning sight. Nobody will be disappointed by the beauty of these lakes. Following that, pay a visit to Jvari Monastery and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, Georgia's first and most important cathedral (XI century). Excursions to the vineyard Chateau Mukhrani are a must if you want to learn about the traditions and secrets of Georgian winemaking while also hearing fascinating stories about the Georgian royal family. We will be taken on a tour of a spectacular castle, cellars, gardens, and vineyards. After an exciting excursion, you will drive to Kutaisi. You will spend the night at the hotel.

Day 6: Kutaisi – Martvili Canyon – Kinchkh Waterfall – Prometheus Cave – Kutaisi
You'll head to Martvili Canyon, one of Georgia's most notable canyons, in the morning to view the real gem of western Georgia. It may be found in the Megrelia region. It has been flowing for millions of years, forming a canyon that may be up to 40 meters deep and 2,400 meters long. Those interested in taking a boat ride around the stunning countryside can do so. You may also visit Okatse Canyon, another natural marvel of Georgia. Kinchkha, one of the country's tallest waterfalls, is located in the vicinity. The journey continues to Prometheus Cave in Georgia, which is located 20 kilometers west of Kutaisi. The cave is not only the most popular of its kind, but it is also the largest in Georgia. It's famous for its stalactite and stalagmite reliefs, as well as its underground streams. You'll be returning to Kutaisi. You spend the night at the hotel.
Day 7: Kutaisi – Borjomi
In the morning, you will see historical and ecological monuments in Kutaisi and its surroundings. Our first stop is the UNESCO-listed Gelati Monastery, which is Georgia's most valued cultural asset and a living image of the Golden Age. It is distinguished by facades of cleanly hewn large blocks, harmonious proportions, and blind arches for exterior ornamentation. The tour continues to Motsameta Monastery, located on a hill beneath the Tskhaltsitela-Red River. This is one of the most gorgeous temples in Georgia. It is a group of monasteries perched on a rock in a picturesque location. When the journey is finished, you will drive to Borjomi. It is a well-known spa town noted for its healing mineral springs. You will spend the night at the hotel.

Day 8: Borjomi – Vardzia – Uplistsikhe – Tbilisi
After breakfast, you'll travel to Vardzia to learn about the region's diverse cultural heritage. You will visit the St. Nino monastery, which includes a small dairy maintained by local nuns and is famed for its several peculiar varieties of cheese. After capturing amazing images at Khertvisi Fortress (X century), you travel to Vardzia, a wonderful Golden Age cave complex (XII-XIII centuries). In ancient times, the building served as a refuge for citizens. Visit Rabati Castle in Akhaltsikhe, a historic castle dating from the XIII century. This spectacular complex is made up of several historical castles, turrets, and churches. On our way to Tbilisi, we'll stop in the cave village of Uplistsikhe. One of Georgia's most important cultural monuments is an ancient cave town built into the volcanic rock of the Kvernaki mountain. Then you'll drive back to Tbilisi. You will spend the night at the hotel.

Day 9: Tbilisi – Airport
In the morning you will be transferred to airport. 

Price per person:
02 pax – 2 450 $
04 pax – 1 730 $
06 pax – 1 500 $
08 pax – 1 390 $  
10 pax – 1 350 $  
Single – 420 $

Service includes:
- Transport
- Full board
- Accommodation
        Tbilisi – “Astoria” 4*
        Kutaisi – “New Port Kutaisi” 4*
        Borjomi – “Borjomi Palace” 4*
        Telavi – “Holiday inn” 4*
- Mineral water
- Boat service in Kutaisi
- Entrances to all museums
- Wine testing in Mukhrani Winer
- Wine testing and master class in Khareba
Service does not include:
- Flights
- Visa fee
- Medical insurance