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.