Spend 8 unforgettable days exploring Georgia, from picturesque landscapes to rich history.
On this journey we’ll travel from East to West discovering Georgia’s most popular tourist attractions.
We’ll start in Tbilisi, the buzzing capital where old meeting new adds to the already inviting character of the city a unique flare. You’ll roam narrow streets, encounter numerous churches from every century, discover hidden architectural gems and take the ropeway to Narikala Fortress, where you can enjoy the mesmerizing views of Tbilisi Old Town and Mtkvari river below. In the holy city of Mtskheta we’ll follow in the footsteps of pilgrims. We’ll explore two most important churches in Georgia, Svetitskhoveli, the birthplace of christianity, and Jvari, a 6th monastery built on a hill overlooking the very spot where the two Aragvi rivers meet.
In Gori we’ll visit Stalin Museum and have an intimate look into the childhood of one of the most fearful leaders of the 20th century who was born here. Uplistsikhe, the rock hewn wonder in the west will mesmerize with its timeless demeanor.
Overlooking green valleys and fruitful vineyards, Alaverdi Monastery will welcome us in Kakheti.
Telavi, a city buzzing with culture will provide you with entertainment such as art museums, castles, and a theater. Walking the narrow cobbled streets, enjoying the wood carved balconies might turn even the most heartless into romantics. Stepping foot into Tsinandali Estate you’ll be instantly immersed in the world of Georgian winemaking. This historic winery is where Prince Alexander Chavchavadze combined European and centuries-long Georgian wine making traditions and bottled Gerogian wine for the first time in the 19th century. In Sighnaghi you’ll suddenly find yourself in Italy – narrow cobbled streets with colourful traditional houses and some more of that delicious Kakhetian wine! On our way to Gudauri resort we’ll stop in Ananuri to explore the 16th century fortress and enjoy the views of Aragvi river. If we are lucky and the skies above Kazbegi are clear, we’ll be greeted by the ageless Gergeti Trinity Church situated at 2200 meters above the sea level.
Travelling west we’ll catch our breath in Kutaisi, the second largest city in the country. Packed with attractions and activities Kutaisi is one of the most popular places to visit in Georgia;
both Bagrati and Gelati churches are protected under the UNESCO world heritage act.
We’ll head to Sataplia In search of dinosaur footprints and take an unforgettable walk through the Prometheus caves exploring thousands of stalactites and stalagmites that have accumulated here throughout the centuries. On our last day we’ll travel back to Tbilisi and deliver you to the airport.