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11 days | 10 nights
A private driver will pick you up at the airport and transfer you to the hotel. He will help you check in and take you on the guided sightseeing tour to Old Tbilisi as soon as you are rested and ready.
You will visit all the famous sites of the capital, starting with Rustaveli Avenue, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Metekhi church, and a monument of the legendary King Vakhtang Gorgasali, founder of Tbilisi.
A cable car will then take you to Narikala Fortress overlooking the historical old town.
Once you have enjoyed the panoramic views of the night city, you will walk to the Tbilisi Mosque and then all the way down to the famous Sulphur Baths.
You will then explore the beautiful neighborhood around Sharden, with old and cozy streets, colorful cafés, bars, restaurants, and souvenir shops.
Last but not least, you will visit the Anchiskhati Basilica of the VI century and its beautiful surrounding neighborhood.
Welcome dinner and overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast visit Mtskheta to Discover the beauty of the Jvari Monastery on a quick tour to this ancient Georgian landmark. Located on a hill overlooking the Mtskheta town, the monastery offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes and the confluence of two rivers. Admire the architecture and rich history of this UNESCO World Heritage site.
From Jvari we drive to Ananuri castle a famous architectural complex of the late feudal times of Georgia. Built in the 17th century on the right bank of the Aragvi river, it was the main residence of Aragvi Eristavi (one of the oldest dukes dynasty). 74 km (about 1h) beautiful driving from Tbilisi along the Zhinvali water reservoir formed by the blue mountain river of Aragvi. The well-preserved castle, the beautiful bell tower, three churches, and craftily carved walls make this site an outstanding attraction for tourists.
Then we’ll head up the military highway of Georgia to the mountain ski resort Gudauri (another 50km), passing by the Friendship Monument with breathtaking views.
Located in the Mtskheta-Mtianeti region at a height of 2,196m above sea level, the five-star Gudauri mountain resort is the largest and highest in Georgia. Large quantities of natural snow in winter, stunning Caucasus views, and the distinguished quality of the air along the border between Europe and Asia make Gudauri a perfect all-season destination. The resort occupies Kudebi Mountain and comprises a modern mountain village with hotels and guest houses.
In Gudauri you can enjoy plenty of fun activities including horse riding, quad biking, and Quadro tours.
After breakfast drive to Stepantsminda and set off for Mount Gergeti (2000m) trek. This magnificent mount is crowned by the 14th-century Gergeti Trinity Church which boasts a photogenic setting at the foot of the snow-capped Mount Kazbegi, one of the highest and most beautiful peaks of the Caucasus. In the face of such breathtaking beauty, the church’s modest exterior becomes all the more stunning for its simplicity.
Right after Gergeti wi will explore the stunning natural beauty of Truso Valley and Gveleti Waterfall. Admire the rugged landscapes, glistening waterfalls, and serene atmosphere in abandoned medeaval villages.
We will then return to Godauri and spend the rest of the day in this wonderful high-altitude town full of restaurants, nightclubs, indoor swimming pools, and bowling facilities. Overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast embark on the journey Borjomi, famous for its mineral waters and forests, on the way there have a little break to view the Gori Fortress. We will start the Borjomi adventure with a super exciting rafting experience. Then we will visit the Borjomi Central Park, where you can take a stroll through the beautiful gardens, enjoy the fresh air, and even try the Borjomi mineral water. Soon after that we will visit Green Monastery and the Romanov Palace in Borjomi, a former royal residence that is now a museum. Here, you can learn about the Romanov family and see their living quarters, as well as the beautiful gardens surrounding the palace. Take time to visit the Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park and enjoy the glamorous forest. You can go horseback riding in the reserve or take a Hummer jeep toward the waterfall. You can pack a picnic lunch while hiking through the park and admire breathtaking natural scenery. Get a good night’s rest at the local hotel before heading to Kutaisi the next day.
Breakfast at the hotel. Embark on a day tour to Rabati Castle, located in the city of Akhaltsikhe in southern Georgia. This stunning medieval fortress is a testament to the region’s rich history and cultural heritage, having been occupied by various rulers and empires over the centuries. We will explore the castle’s impressive walls, towers, and buildings, including a mosque, a synagogue, a church, and a museum. The castle also offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and the Mtkvari River. With its unique blend of architectural styles and fascinating history, a visit to Rabati Castle is a must for anyone interested in Georgia’s culture and heritage.
Leave Borjomi after breakfast and drive to Kutaisi.
One of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the world, Kutaisi is an ancient city with a long and fascinating history. Tree-lined streets with cute, 19th-century houses and an abundance of historic monuments make Kutaisi one of Georgia’s most exciting and beautiful cities.
Start your day with a visit to the Bagrati Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most iconic landmarks in Kutaisi. You can enjoy the stunning views of the city from the top of the hill where the cathedral is located. Visit the Gelati Monastery, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, located just a few kilometers outside of Kutaisi. The monastery was founded in the 12th century by King David IV of Georgia and is famous for its beautiful frescoes and mosaics. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant and try some traditional Georgian dishes, such as khachapuri, lobio (bean stew), or chakapuli (lamb stew with herbs) and then Visit Kutaisi Botanical garden. In the evening take a stroll around the charming old town of Kutaisi, and see the illuminated Colchis Fountain. Overnight in Kutaisi
After breakfast, take a long drive (250 km) to Mestia (Svaneti), the marvelous land of fairytales.
Surrounded by spectacular nature and the highest peaks in the Caucasus, Upper Svaneti – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a sprawling cluster of hamlets dotted with picturesque medieval towers. Its gateway Mestia offers the perfect base to explore the remote Svaneti of legend, taking you to places where time has stood still.
Check-in on arrival. Overnight at the hotel.
And here we begin a day tour in Svaneti, one of the most beautiful and remote regions of Georgia, offering a perfect blend of culture, history, nature, and adventure. Start your tour by visiting the Svaneti Ethnography Museum in Mestia, which features a rich collection of artifacts, costumes, and tools from the region’s past. Next, head to the Salty Waters and the Tower of Love, a stunning natural site and a popular destination for photographers and hikers.
From there, visit the Parent Temple of God in Lamaria, an impressive 12th-century church nestled in the heart of the mountains. Continue the tour by exploring the Mikheil Khergiani House Museum, which honors the life and legacy of one of Georgia’s most famous mountaineers.
Afterward, enjoy a horse riding excursion through the rugged landscapes and stunning views of Svaneti, followed by a lunch of delicious local dishes. In the afternoon, visit the Mestia National Museum, which showcases the region’s history, art, and culture, and the Ushguli National Museum, home to a unique collection of artifacts and treasures from the Upper Svaneti region.
Finally, end the day by visiting the Heshkill huts, traditional dwellings made of stone and wood and used by the Svans for centuries. This tour is an unforgettable journey through Svaneti’s rich culture and natural beauty.
A two-day tour to Batumi from Mestia promises a scenic drive through the stunning landscapes of Georgia. The road winds through the rugged mountains and valleys of the Caucasus region, providing breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks, rushing rivers, and verdant forests. As you approach Batumi, the road descends to the coast, and you’ll be greeted by the shimmering waters of the Black Sea.
Upon arriving in Batumi, you’ll be struck by the city’s unique blend of ancient and modern architecture, featuring a mix of traditional Georgian buildings and contemporary structures. Take a stroll along Batumi Boulevard, a picturesque waterfront promenade that stretches for several kilometers and offers stunning views of the sea.
One of the most popular attractions in Batumi is the Ali and Nino Moving Statue, a towering monument that represents a love story between a Muslim boy and a Christian girl. The statue moves slowly, symbolizing the couple’s relationship and the cultural harmony of the region.
Another must-see attraction in Batumi is the Alphabetical Tower, a towering structure that features the Georgian alphabet and offers panoramic views of the city and the surrounding landscapes. The tower also houses a museum that showcases Georgia’s rich cultural heritage.
Overnight in Batumi and continue your exploration of the city’s unique culture and natural beauty the next day.
On the second day start with a visit to the serene and picturesque Nuri Lake, a popular spot for fishing, boating, and picnicking, surrounded by lush greenery and scenic landscapes.
Next, head to Batumi Botanical Garden, one of the largest and most beautiful botanical gardens in the world, featuring a stunning collection of plants, flowers, and trees from around the world. Take a leisurely walk through the garden’s winding paths and soak in the breathtaking views of the Black Sea.
Afterward, visit the Dolphinarium, a fun-filled attraction where you can watch dolphin shows and interact with these intelligent and friendly creatures. This is a great activity for families and animal lovers.
Continue your tour by visiting Makhuntseti Waterfall, a stunning natural site that features a 20-meter high waterfall and a picturesque bridge that spans the river. Take a dip in the refreshing waters or enjoy a picnic by the falls.
Before leaving Batumi, visit Pliastomi Lake, a beautiful lake that is home to a wide range of bird species and other wildlife. Take a relaxing walk around the lake and enjoy the tranquil scenery.
In the afternoon, drive back to Tbilisi, reflecting on the unforgettable experiences and stunning landscapes of Batumi and the surrounding regions.
Check-out from the hotel. Depending on departure time go boating to Turtle Lake.
Enjoy free time at your discretion till transfer to the airport.
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The remaining balance is to be paid upon arrival.
50% refund if canceled 7 days before the date of arrival.
In private tours for less than 4 people, prices will be adjusted to cover minimal expenses. Group and age discounts apply and children up to 5 years old are free of charge. A detailed quote is provided on our instant booking page (the orange button above).