Kazbegi, Georgia



Immerse yourself into Georgia’s rich history and stunning outdoors. This 8-day long tour spans from east to west and connects the country’s three biggest cities – Tbilisi, Kutaisi and Batumi. Each of them will mesmerize you with its unique beauty and loaded history. Tbilisi, the vibrant capital of Georgia, is truly a multicultural hub. 

Here you’ll explore Narikala, the main defender of the city, marvel at the famous sulfur baths and their timeless decor. You’ll walk through the narrow streets of Tbilisi Old Town where the present merge. Kutaisi with its spectacular sights will charm its way into your heart. According to the famous myths and legends of Ancient Greece, it is here that the Golden Fleece was kept before the Argonauts stole it with the help of  Medea, the king’s beautiful daughter. Prometheus cave, another one of our destinations, was made famous by yet another legend. It is said that Prometheus, called Amirani in Georgian folklore, was chained inside one of the caves. A boat will take you across the underground lake, while you relax and get lost in the innate beauty of this magical place. 

Sataplia is no less impressive. Here you can marvel at the footprints of dinosaurs, explore even more caves and discover ancient plants on your route. The Gelati Monastery will leave you speechless with its stunning mosaic fresco. On our way to Batumi, we’ll drive through the Kolkheti National Park that happens to be home to a great variety of flora and fauna. In Poti, we’ll see the Poti Cathedral that was built as an imitation of timeless Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.

After a day of relaxation on Batumi’s exquisite beaches, we’ll get to explore some of the city’s architecture. The botanical garden situated on an elevation 220 meters from the sea level, offers beautiful lookout at the Black Sea as well as great varieties of flora.


Our experienced drivers and comfortable cars will ensure your safe journey from/to the airport.


Spend a relaxing night at a comfortable hotel or guesthouse.

Traditional cuisine

Taste the explosion of flavours that make Georgian cuisine so special.


Explore your surroundings in a healthy and eco-friendly way.

Great outdoors

Revel in the unique beauty of Georgian nature.


Discover the wonderful world of Georgian sweets, spices and handmade goods.

This tour includes

  • Overnight stay at a 3/4 star hotel
  • High class driving professional
  • Museum tickets
  • Free WiFi
  • Refreshing beverages
  • Wine/Chacha tasting
  • Certified tour guide
  • 10% discount code for your next trip with Tour Guide Georgia
  • Meal on demand: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This tour doesn't include

  • Child car chairs
  • Dinner with Georgian show program
  • Photographer


Our drivers will pick you up from the airport and drive you to the hotel.
Depending on the time of your arrival, you'll be welcomed by a traditional lunch or a dinner with Georgian entertainment program.
Overnight stay in Tbilisi.
Hotel pickup at 11 AM.
Metekhi is a historic neighbourhood of Tbilisi, Georgia, located on the elevated cliff that overlooks the Mtkvari river.

Abanotubani is the ancient district of Tbilisi, Georgia, known for its sulfuric baths that date back to the 5th century. This is the place, where according to a legend the King of Iberia, Vakhtang Gorgasali’s falcon fell, leading to the discovery of the hot springs and, subsequently, to the founding of Tbilisi.

Narikala is an ancient (6th century) fortress overlooking the Tbilisi old town and Mtkvari river.

The Holy Trinity Cathedral, commonly known as ‘Sameba’ has been serving as the main cathedral of the Georgian Orthodox Church ever since its completion in 2004.

Tucked away just behind the famous Sulfur Bats, Legvtakhevi and it’s waterfall offers a picturesque chunk of nature right in the middle of the city.

The busy Shardeni street, named after the French jeweller Jean Chardin, runs through the historic heart of Tbilisi. It used to be the commercial hub of the city and to this day remains the centre of its cultural and social life.

The Sioni Cathedral of the Dormition is a Georgian Orthodox cathedral in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia.

The Bridge of peace is a bow-shaped pedestrian bridge that connects the two banks of river Mtkvari. Made predominantly out of steel and glass and illuminated with numerous LEDs it’s one of the most visited contemporary structures in Tbilisi.

On our way to Mtskheta we’ll stop to recharge at a local restaurant serving a variety of delicious local foods and rich wines.

Mtskheta is a city in Mtskheta-Mtianeti province of Georgia. One of the oldest cities of Georgia. The "Historical Monuments of Mtskheta" became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. It’s home to the most famous church in Georgia - Svetitskhoveli.

JVARI MONASTERY (6 century, world heritage of UNESCO)
Jvari Monastery is a sixth-century Georgian Orthodox monastery overlooking Mtskheta and the junction of Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers.

In the evening you’ll get a chance to try your luck in one of Tbilisi’s famous casinos.
Overnight stay in Tbilisi.
Hotel pickup and departure to Kutaisi after breakfast.
This 11th-century cathedral in the city of Kutaisi, in Imereti region of Georgia, is a noted masterpiece of the medieval Georgian architecture. It suffered heavy damage throughout centuries and was reconstructed to its present state through a gradual process starting in the 1950s, with major conservation works concluding in 2012.

Gelati is a medieval monastic complex near Kutaisi, in the Imereti region of western Georgia. A masterpiece of the Georgian Golden Age, Gelati was founded in 1106 by King David IV of Georgia and is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site
Overnight stay in Kutaisi.
Hotel pickup after breakfast.
Also called the Great Synagogue it is one of three synagogues in Kutaisi.
It was built in 1885 and is the second largest synagogue in Georgia, right after the great synagogue in Tbilisi. Nowadays it serves a small, local Jewish community.

Sataplia, Georgian for ‘place of honey’, is a protected area and tourist attraction in Akhmeta Municipality In Imereti region of Georgia. It’s named after the local tradition of collecting honey from the bees that inhabit the mountain’s southern slope. Here you can see footprints of dinosaurs, cave and ancient plants together.

Prometheus Cave is the largest cave in Georgia and a favourite tourist destination. The total length of the cave is about 11 km, of which 1060 meters are open to visitors. It’s surrounded by a 3km long specifically designed landscape area making the cave structure easier to navigate and enjoy.
Overnight stay in Kutaisi.
Hotel pickup after breakfast.
Kolkheti National Park is located in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti and Guria in the historical region of Colchis in western Georgia. The park covers an area of 28,940 hectares and with protected wetlands protected area spans to 33710 hectares. It’s home to many endemic species of flora and fauna.

Poti Soboro Cathedral is a Georgian Orthodox church in downtown Poti that thanks to clever planning can be seen from every part of the city. The cathedral is an imitation of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, and it was built in 1906-07 with the great contribution of Niko Nikoladze, the mayor of Poti.
Overnight stay in Batumi.
On this day you are free to roam the streets of Georgia’s most beautiful coastal town Batumi, enjoy a traditionally prepared cup of coffee, take a bite of local "Boat" Khachapuri and relax on the beach. You'll also get a chance to explore the underwater world of the Black Sea. Explore shipwrecks in Kvariati, sunken Mussel farm & rock alley in Sarpi or dive with dolphins at Batumi Dolphinarium.
Overnight stay in Batumi.
Hotel pickup after breakfast.
The piazza is one of the most visited and popular sights of the Batumi. It is an Italian-style open public area in the city of Batumi, Georgia. Various significant buildings surround the piazza which has open-air cafes, hotels, and shopping opportunities.

Ali and Nino is a moving sculpture designed by Georgian sculptor Tamara Kvesitadze. It depicts the two lovers from Kurban Sayid’s same-titled book. The steel statue begins to move every day at 7 p.m., merging for a short embrace, before leaving each other behind.

The Batumi Botanical Garden, located at Mtsvane Kontskhi ("The Green Cape") on the Black Sea shore covers a 108-hectare area of land and is one of the largest botanical gardens in the former Soviet Union. Boasting one of the widest varieties of flora in the world, Batumi Botanical Garden was established in 1912 by the prominent botanist and geographer Andrey Krasnov. Currently, the garden contains flora from nine phyto-geographic areas.

Gonio fortress is a Roman fortification 15 km south of Batumi, at the mouth of the Chorokhi river. The first mentions of the structure date back to the 1st century. Saint Matthias, one of the twelve apostles, is believed to be buried inside the Gonio fortress.
Overnight stay in Batumi.
After a busy week full of unforgettable adventures we'll get back on the road to where we started - Tbilisi.
Transfer to the airport.

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Cancellation within 10 Day(s) before the date of arrival 50% will be charged.
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