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6N & 7D in Georgia

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7 Days
Availability : Jan 18’ - Dec 21’
Min Age : 12+
Max People : 50

The country of Georgia is located on the crossroads of two continents Europe and Asia. Legendary Silk Road, layers of different cultures from great civilizations have been stored in this country, creating the unique and diverse identity. Following the Silk Road you get to know the mystery of the Ancient World. This great adventure into the Caucasus region of Central Asia discovers one of the fascinating states of the former USSR. We combine sightseeing of cultural towns and cities, walks in stunning countryside along with exploration of fascinating historical sites. Experience Georgian hospitality eating delicious traditional home-cooked food with local families, toasted with plenty of wine – the Georgian way! From its green valley’s spread with vineyards to its old churches and watchtowers perched in fantastic mountain scenery, Georgia is one of the most beautiful countries on earth and a marvelous canvas for walkers, horse riders, cyclists, skiers, rafters and travelers of every kind. Equally special are it’s proud, high-spirited, cultured people: Georgia claims to be the birthplace of wine, and this is a place where guests are considered blessings and hospitality is the very stuff of life.

Price Includes

  • 6 Nights Hotel Accommodation 3***
  • Free airport pick & drop.
  • Free Wifi in Hotel
  • Free Breakfast
  • Standard check inn time in hotels
  • All city tours, hotel pick & drop
  • Halal Food Available (on Cost)

Price Excludes

  • Visa fees and overseas travel insurance.
  • Any meals not mentioned
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Entrance fees at tour sites and other optional tours
  • City tax/ resort fees if any, needs to be paid locally.


  • Free Sim Card
  • Free Cabal Car Ride
  • Free Train Ride

Day 1 Arrive in Tbilisi Georgia

“Welcome to Georgia” Our representative will welcome you at Arrival area of Tbilisi Airport. He will ride you to the Hotel you booked for stay. Detail briefing will be given about your complete tour upon arrival at the Hotel from the Hotel staff as well as our representative.

Day 2Tbilisi City Tour

1. Peace Bridge & Rike Park-Romantic & wander moment Wander moment that can also get romantic if you have your special someone with you, particularly in the Peace Bridge during night time. Every corner of feels romantic.
2. Ride the Cable Car – One of the activities that you should not miss is to ride the cable car. The journey takes you across the Mtkvari river, over the recently renovated rooftops and buildings of the Old Town, and up to Narikala rike park a good place for taking pictures. Cable car rode giving you a breathtaking city view of Tbilisi. A very memorable experience.
3. Mother of Georgia Monument The statue was erected on the top of Sololaki hill in 1958, the year Tbilisi celebrated its 1500th anniversary.
4. Visit Narikala Fortress. The fortress was founded in the 4th century. Umayyad expanded it in the 7th century. Narikala consists of two walled sections between the suplhur baths & the botanical garden.
5. Shardeni Street which has french style shops and the buildings all around the street are beautiful and old-fashioned. You can enjoy shopping, food and tacking a memorable pictures. There is a small puppet theatre inside the tower and twice a day at noon and at 7pm you can see a show – “The Circle of Life”.Also enjoy puput show.
6. Visit Botanical Garden, the garden collections include over 4,500 species & infra specific taxa of the flora of the caucasus & other regions of the world.
7. Love Lock Bridge – Surrounded with sulfur bath houses, side walk way that will lead you to the Love Lock Bridge.
8. Waterfall – City Waterfall is a little place of power, anepic place for taking pictures and newpiece to your vision of Tbilisi.
9. Visiting the Sulphur Baths in Tbilisi is a definite must do when you’re in the city, especially if you’re in Tbilisi in October to March when it’s much colder. It is a really enjoyable experience…
10. Explore Tbilisi at night with tourist cruise boat on Mtkvari river Citysightseeing Tbilisi evening river cruise offers you to explore the city from another unique viewpoint. You can enjoy panoramic evening views.The boat trip covers some of the most popular tourist attractions, including Mtkvari river old town surroundings, Metekhi crag with traditional architecture houses on top, sulphur bath district, Rike park, Peace bridge, House of Justice, Gorgasali valley and more!

Day 3 Tbilisi - Ananuri - Gudauri - Kazbegi - Tbilisi

We will start our tour morning 10:00 am to Ananuri and Kazbegi with the itinerary from the capital city Tbilisi to the snow-capped peak of the Mount Kazbek will open up an enchanting Georgia. On the way there, you will visit a bewitching Ananuri complex located at the quiet waters of the Jinvali Lake, see the beauty of mountainous rivers and gorges of Kazbek, and enjoy the tranquility in the Gergeti church, which is the final destination of the journey. There you will get an amazing view on the village of Kazbegi and grand Mount Kazbek. The route will take over the Georgian Military Highway up North towards the border with Russia. Your first stop will be at Ananuri complex, a former residence of Argveti Dukes. The complex features churches and towers dating back to the 16-17th centuries, beautifully overlooking the Jinvali reservoir.
Continue our drive to see the conjunction of two small mountain rivers famous for the fact that being different in color they still keep their own colors even after merge. We will then drive over the Cross Pass and make a short stop at the Soviet-era “People’s Friendship” mountain view point overlooking a deep gorge of Caucasus mountain range. Unforgettable exploration of the Caucasian Mountains. We reach highest point on the driveway 2395 m on the Cross Pass, near the watershed see yellow travertine mount and taste mineral water. Observe snowy peaks of beautiful mountains and waterfalls, visit the top of the Mount Gergeti, Holy Trinity Church 14th c. the Stepantsminda village and see the magnificent peak of Kazbegi glacier 5033m (if the weather is clear). enjoys breathtaking views of Mt Kazbegi. In the evening drive back to Tbilisi. Overnight in Tbilisi hotel.

Day 4 Gori – Uplistsikhe Cave - Mtskheta - Tbilisi

Discover Iron Age archaeology in Georgia on this private full-day Gori, Uplistsikhe and Mtskheta tour from Tbilisi. Travel to the Iron Age settlement of Uplistsikhe as a private guide sheds light on the region’s historic significance. Admire the rock-cut structures and winding staircases for which the site is famous, and hear how life played out here in the period up to the Middle Ages. Explore the UNESCO – listed town of Mtskheta and visit the Joseph Stalin Museum in Gori, home to treasures and artifacts from the Soviet leader’s life.
Mtskheta is one of oldest cities of Georgia near Tbilisi. Mtskheta was capital of the early Georgian Kingdom of Iberia from the 3rd century BC to the 5th century AD. Here Georgians accepted Christianity in 317 and Mtskheta remains the headquarters of the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church. Jvari Monastery is a Georgian Orthodox monastery of the 6th century near Mtskheta (World Heritage site). The name is translated as the Monastery of Cross. great church represents the peak of the architectual typology. It is a true architectual masterpiece of the early Medieval period over looking the confluence of Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers from the top of the hill. Svetitskhoveli Cathedral was built in the 11th century, although the site itself is even older, dating back to the early 4th century. It differs in its artistic value, magnigicence, harmony and the special role it has played in the history. The monument has anelogatedcross which appears to touch the sky. It was the main pilgrimage place on the Silk Road, the burial place of the Christ’s Robe and the tomb place of Georgian Kings. The cathedral is the second largest church building in Georgia and is listd as a UNSECO World Heritage Site along with other historical monuments of Mtskheta.
Sam tavro monastery complex was built in the 11th century. It contains the grave of queen Nana and Mirian III, the king of Iberia, who established Christianity as official religion in Georgia. The famous Georgian monk Gabrieli is buried inside the Samtavro church as well. The tour begins with a visit to Jvari Church (6th -7th cc)the most important religious center and an architectural masterpiece of mediaeval Georgia. Enjoy breathtaking view from the church that towers Continue to Svetits khoveli Cathedral, known as the burial site of Christ’s robe and the second largest church building in the country. The Cathedral has long been the principal Georgian church & remains one of the most venerated places of worship to this day. Take an excursion to Uplistsikhe, an ancient cave town and one of the oldest urban settlements in Georgia. The town represents a complex of various structures dating from the 12 cent. BC to the 17th cent. AD.

Day 5 Kakheti – Sighnaghi– Tbilisi

Driver Pick up you at 10:00 Am morning and will start the tour towards the Kakheti region of Georgia, Kakheti tour offers a day in one of the most beautiful regions in Georgia. The very best wines come from Kakheti. Almost three-quarters of the county’s wine grapes are grown here. Archaological findings have suggested that wine has been produced here for several thousand years. Almost every village in Kaketi is well known for its own sort of wine, such as Kindzmarauli, Akhasheni, Teliani, Mukuzani. Wines are named after the places where they are produced. Trip to Kakheti includes several tourist destination, such as Monastery of St. Nino in Bodbe, Sighnaghi – City of Love. On our way we will taste georgian bread called puri. Puri is traditionally baked in a deep circular clay oven called tone. During the harvest season, we will also visit one of the biggest wine factories in Khakheti, where you can taste and Pirosmanashvili Museum- If you have heard the sad story of world famous Georgian painter, then you will easily guess that we are talking about Niko Pirosmanashvili, also known as Pirosmani. The Niko Pirosmanashvili State Museum was established in Pirosmani’s home village of Mirzaani in 1960 and includes his family house and an exhibition hall displaying some of the artist’s original works and personal belongings. The Monastery of St. Nino in Bodbe – Originally was built in the 9th Century. It is one of the major pilgrimage sites in Georgia. Monastery holds thetomb of ST. Nino, the Cappadocian maiden who converted Georgian people to Chtistianity as earlyas 337 AD. It has a breathtaking view of the Alazani valley and snowcapped Caucasus mountains.

Sighnaghi – City of Love. It is the prettiest town inKaheti. Sighnagi orginally was developed in the 18th century by King Erekle II. The defensive walles and 28 towers were built by him against Lezgian invasion. The city has wonderful views over the Alazani valley to the Caucasus beyond. After walk we will have a traditional dinner with workshop, where you will learn how to cook traditional meals You can also taste traditional candies,with grape juice – Churchkhela and Pelamushi. Wine tour and wine tasting. Return to Tbilisi.

Kakheti Village Tours- Kakheti tour to explore the best-known places of Georgian traditional wine making center, known also for its magnificent nature of fertile valleys and numerous architectural monuments of the Middle Ages. The ancient fortresses and temples, shroudedin legends, monasteries, magnificent buildings witha century-long history, felt in every stone of the masonry darkened with time, cause an involuntary awe. During the Kakheti tour you will explore Telavi, the center of Kakheti; the elegant Alaverdi Cathedral one of the most well-known medieval temples in Georgia.

Day 6Tbilisi - Borjomi - Bakuriani Tbilisi

We will start tour 10:00 am In the morning you will leave Tbilisi to visit South Georgia. Borjomi is a resort town in central Georgia. It’s known for its mineral waters, with springs in Borjomi Central Park. Defined by its striking exterior, the Romanov Palace contains ornate furniture and a billiards room. Nearby, trails wind through the vast wilderness of Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park. In the park, the centuries-old Mtsvane Monastery (Green Monastery) is made of green-tinged stones.

Bakuriani is a resort town in Georgia’s southern region of Samskhe-Javakheti, popular for winter sports activities, spa hotels, and as a summer retreat. Bakuriani has a population of roughly 2,400 and maintains a rustic alpine charm. The town is situated in a caldera at an altitude of 1,700 m with ample snow in winter and pleasant mild summers. Weather in Bakuriani is generally favorable with most precipitation occurring during the ski season. Temperatures in summer can reach highs of 25 degrees with lows of around 15 degrees. Highs in winter may vary but are usually between 0 &-14 degrees.

Bakuriani was first established in the late 19th century and was a popular resort during the soviet era. Winter Olympics trainings took place during the late 20th century when the resort town was a still somewhat of a hidden jewel. As a result of substantial modernization and infrastructural refurbishing, Bakuriani has grown in popularity as an international holiday destination and a contemporary training ground for professional skiers.

Bakuriani is one of Georgia’s top winter sports havens. The resort town attracts families and professional sportsmen, with slopes appropriate from beginner to advanced level skiing and snowboarding. Other activities include tobogganing, ice skating, and snowmobile rental. The snow season usually lasts from November until March Bakuriani is an annual pilgrimage destination for those seeking refuge from intense Caucasian summer weather. The dense coniferous forest surrounding the resort is home to spruce and other species of trees which emit therapeutic particulates known for healing respiratory ailments and boosting immunity. Tourist activities include horse riding, mountain biking, hiking, and fishing. Bakuriani attracts lovers of hiking, trekking and climbing in late summer and autumn. Easier single day routes include Mount Kokhta (2,155 m), and the climb up to Sekvelomta towards Lake Tabastkuri. Attractions along the way such as the 11th century Timotesubani monastic
Complex and mineral springs at Mitabari. Overnight say in Tbilisi hotel.

Day 7Tbilisi Departure

Check-out from the Hotel till noon. Drop back at Tbilisi Airport. Small Survey about our Tour, Management, Hospitality and Reviews all over the trip. End of the Tour. Have a Healthy & Safe Journey.


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