Day 1: Ananuri Fortress and Gudauri Morning: Leave Tbilisi for Kazbegi, stopping at the picturesque Ananuri Fortress on the Jinvali Water Reservoir. Afternoon: Head towards Gudauri, passing through the dramatic landscapes of the Georgian Military Highway. Enjoy paragliding or a visit to the Russia-Georgia Friendship Monument. Evening: Stay overnight in Gudauri or continue to Kazbegi [...]

One-Day Exploration of David Gareja Monastery Complex Morning: Depart early from Tbilisi to the semi-desert landscape of David Gareja, located on the Georgia-Azerbaijan border. The drive itself offers scenic views and insights into rural Georgian life. Midday: Explore the Lavra Monastery before hiking up to Udabno Monastery. The hike reveals extraordinary cave monasteries adorned with [...]

Georgia Tour Packages

14-Day Grand Tour of Georgia

Days 1-3: Tbilisi and Environs Deep dive into Tbilisi’s rich history, culture, and culinary scene. Day trips to Mtskheta and David Gareja Monastery. Days 4-5: Kakheti Wine Region Explore the wine region, visiting Sighnaghi, Telavi, and local wineries. Experience a Georgian supra (feast). Days 6-7: Kutaisi and Surroundings Visit Kutaisi’s historical sites and explore nearby [...]

Days 1-2: Tbilisi Explore the historic and modern sights of Tbilisi, including Old Tbilisi, Narikala Fortress, and the Sulphur Baths. Enjoy the vibrant dining scene. Day 3: Mtskheta and Gori Visit the ancient capital of Mtskheta, including Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and Jvari Monastery. In Gori, explore the Stalin Museum and Uplistsikhe Cave Town. Day 4: Kutaisi [...]

Day 1: Journey to Kazbegi Morning: Departure from Tbilisi via the Georgian Military Highway, stopping at Ananuri Fortress and Jinvali Water Reservoir. Afternoon: Visit the Russia-Georgia Friendship Monument and arrive in Kazbegi. Evening: Relax in Kazbegi with views of Mount Kazbek. Day 2: Gergeti Trinity Church and Hiking Morning: Hike or take a 4×4 to [...]

Day 1: Sighnaghi and Winery Tours Morning: Depart from Tbilisi to Sighnaghi, the City of Love, with panoramic views of the Alazani Valley. Afternoon: Enjoy wine tasting at a local winery, learning about the traditional Georgian qvevri wine-making process. Evening: Dinner in Sighnaghi with traditional Georgian dishes and overnight stay in the town. Day 2: [...]

Days 1-3: Tbilisi and Mtskheta Follow the “Short Escape” itinerary for a deep dive into Tbilisi’s art and culture. Add a day trip to Mtskheta to visit Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and Jvari Monastery. Days 4-5: Kakheti Wine Region Day 4: Head to Telavi, visit wineries and the Alaverdi Monastery. Day 5: Explore Sighnaghi and participate in [...]

Day 1-2: Kazbegi Adventure Day 1: Drive from Tbilisi to Kazbegi, stopping at the Ananuri Fortress and Gudauri viewpoint. Overnight in Kazbegi. Day 2: Hike to Gergeti Trinity Church in the morning. In the afternoon, choose between rafting on the Aragvi River or more hiking. Day 3: Kutaisi and its Natural Wonders Morning: Drive to [...]

Day 1: Tbilisi’s Artistic Soul Morning: Start with a visit to the Art Museum of Georgia, home to significant Georgian artworks. Afternoon: Explore the contemporary art scene at galleries like Project ArtBeat and Tbilisi MoMA. Evening: Enjoy a performance at the Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre. Day 2: Historical Exploration Morning: Discover Old Tbilisi, walking [...]

Day 1-2: Tbilisi Sioni Cathedral and Anchiskhati Basilica: Visit some of Tbilisi’s oldest and most significant religious sites, reflecting the city’s spiritual history. Metekhi Church: Explore this historic church perched on a cliff overlooking the Mtkvari River. Day 3: Mtskheta Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and Jvari Monastery: Visit these UNESCO World Heritage sites, central to Georgian Christianity [...]

Day 1-2: Tbilisi Culinary Tour: Begin with a guided culinary tour in Tbilisi, tasting traditional dishes and learning about their history. Cooking Class: Take a Georgian cooking class to learn how to prepare dishes like khinkali (dumplings) and ajapsandali (vegetable stew). Day 3: Signagi Wine and Cheese: Visit local wineries in the Kakheti region, known [...]

Day 1-2: Kazbegi Gergeti Trinity Church: Hike or drive to this iconic church set against the backdrop of Mount Kazbek. Hiking: Explore the beautiful trails around Kazbegi, offering breathtaking views of the Caucasus Mountains. Day 3-4: Svaneti Mestia: Base yourself in this town to explore the region known for its medieval towers, stunning landscapes, and [...]

Day 1-2: Tbilisi Old Tbilisi: Start your journey in the capital, exploring the old town’s cobblestone streets, sulfur baths, and landmarks like the Narikala Fortress. Museums: Visit the Georgian National Museum and the Open Air Museum of Ethnography to learn about Georgian history and culture. Dining: Experience Georgian cuisine, known for dishes like khachapuri and [...]

The tower houses of Svaneti, rising majestically against the backdrop of the rugged Caucasus Mountains, stand as enduring symbols of the resilience and architectural ingenuity of the Georgian people.

Partaking in the Rtveli, the traditional grape harvest of Kakheti, plunges participants into the heart of Georgia's storied winemaking tradition, a practice as old as the hills that define this fertile region.

Delving into Georgia's traditional crafts is akin to stepping into a vivid tapestry of the nation’s artisanal legacy, offering a tangible connection to the skills and creativity that have been passed down through generations.

Georgian polyphonic singing, honored as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, is a deep and resonant expression of the nation's rich musical heritage.

Batumi stands as a vivid representation of Georgia's progressive spirit, skillfully weaving together the threads of historical grandeur and modern architectural ambition.

Fabrika Tbilisi, housed in a former Soviet-era sewing factory, has been transformed into a cultural hub that epitomizes the city's creative revival.

Tbilisi's contemporary cultural landscape is a vivid tapestry of artistic expression, where the city's dynamic spirit is reflected in the myriad forms of street art, cutting-edge galleries, and the animated atmosphere of its cafes and public spaces.

Exploring Tbilisi's Old Town is like walking through a living history book, where every alley and square tells a story.

For those in search of tranquility and untouched natural beauty, Tusheti National Park offers an unparalleled retreat.

Borjomi is renowned for its mineral waters, which have been celebrated for their healing properties since ancient times.

The historic sulfur baths in Tbilisi's Abanotubani district offer a unique wellness experience, rooted in centuries of tradition.

A cooking class with a local Georgian family is an opportunity to dive deep into the country's culinary traditions.

Beyond the commercial vineyards, visiting a small, family-owned winery offers a glimpse into the intimate side of Georgian winemaking.

The Georgian Supra is a feast that embodies the soul of Georgian hospitality, featuring an abundance of food, wine, and traditional toasts led by a tamada (toastmaster).

Wine tasting in Kakheti is not just an activity; it's a vibrant celebration of Georgian viticulture, deeply rooted in the rich soils and ancient traditions of the region.

Canyoning near Kutaisi invites the adventurous soul to explore the raw and rugged beauty of Georgia's lesser-known terrains, particularly the Okatse and Martvili canyons.

Paragliding in Gudauri offers adventurers the chance to experience the majesty of the Caucasus Mountains from the air.

For adventure seekers yearning for excitement beyond the alpine slopes, the Aragvi River delivers an unparalleled white-water rafting experience.

A winter sports adventure at the Gudauri ski resort, nestled within the awe-inspiring Caucasus Mountains, positions this destination as Georgia's crown jewel for skiing and snowboarding aficionados.

Discovered in the 1980s, Prometheus Cave is one of Georgia's natural marvels, with its extensive network of underground chambers filled with stalactites, stalagmites, and petrified waterfalls.

The natural beauty of Martvili Canyon in Western Georgia is a spectacle of turquoise waters cutting through lush greenery and dramatic rock formations.

Perched elegantly along the majestic shores of the Black Sea, the Batumi Botanical Garden represents a sanctuary of tranquility, beauty, and an astounding diversity of plant life.

The Caucasus Mountains offer some of the most breathtaking landscapes in Georgia, from the towering peaks of Kazbegi to the ancient villages and towers of Svaneti.

Nestled near the venerable city of Kutaisi, Gelati Monastery serves as a profound testament to the zenith of Georgia's Golden Age—a time distinguished by unprecedented cultural and intellectual prosperity.

The Vardzia Cave Monastery, sculpted into the southern Georgian cliffs, is a monumental tribute to the country's medieval era.

Uplistsikhe, etched into the rugged landscapes of eastern Georgia, stands as a silent witness to millennia of human history.

Mtskheta, Georgia's ancient capital, is not merely a city but a tapestry of the nation's spiritual and historical identity.