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We organize unique high quality one day tours around Georgia. This post offers you different types of one day tours that will satisfy needs and wishes of every traveler. We offer you various options of short trips, excursions and week-end tours to some of the most stunning parts of  Georgia. Georgia – is mystery country, a country of  legends,  a country with ancient history and unique culture, kind and open people, a country of flowers and songs, country of churches, myths, mountains and blue sky. Georgia in the South Caucasus is probably one of the most exotic and exciting ones if you are looking for a destination that challenge you and amazes you

We are going to visit the town of Borjomi – the most popular resort which Is famous for it’s  mineral waters. We are going to take a walk on the alleys of the Borjomi Park, also our tourists will have a chance to taste real Borjomi right from the spring. This water has an amazing ability to cure lots of diseases including: digesting tract and renal diseases, also it helps with the metabolism problems and cholecystitis .
Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park is the oldest and the largest of the protected areas in Georgia. This unique nature preserve, located in central Georgia on the right bank of the river Mtkvari, encompasses 76,000 ha of land and stretches across parts of the Tori, Imereti and Samtskhe regions. With its exceptional location and climate, the park is famous for its diverse forests, flora and fauna. And Borjomi mineral water with its curing qualities is known in the world as the Queen of mineral waters.
Akhaltsikhe/Fortress Rabat
Akhaltsikhe is one of the oldest towns of Georgia. In historical sources it is mentioned from XII century. In XIII-XIV centuries it is a political centre of Samtskhe Saatabago. In 1629-1828 it became part of the Ottoman empire as a capital of Akhaltsikhe vilayet and a seat of Pasha. It used to be the most important centre of prisoner slave trade. Historical part of the town was built on the rocky mount. It is called Rabat that means a settlement of merchants and artisans. On the territory of Rabat is located the fortress of Sargis Jakeli, church of St.Marina, palace of Pashas of Akhaltsikhe, Ottoman mosque (1752), Karavan Sarai, baths. On the territory of Rabat today operates local history museum. Museum of Samtskhe Javakheti …is situated on the territory of Rabat compound. It is a host to the following: ancient manuscripts, epigraphic, archeological, numismatic, ethnographic materials, photo documents, holdings of manuscripts and old printed books. Special significance have expositions of the Georgian lapidary specimens and carpets and rugs.
Khertvisi  is a medieval fortress on the border of Samtskhe and Javakheti, it stands on the strategically important venue, at the confluence of rivers Paravani and Mtkvari, on the high rocky mountain. Khertvisi fortress comes across in historical sources from XI century. In 1578-1829 Khertvisi fortress was the seat  of Ottoman garrison and administrative centre. It is noted with big space and a number of utility rooms. It has an unaccessible citadel, court, church. The fortress was supplied with water through a tunnel.
The cave city of Vardzia (1156-1203) in Javakheti, is a cultural symbol with a special place in the hearts of Georgians. King Giorgi III built a fortification here in the 12th century, and his daughter, Queen Tamar, established a monastery that grew into a virtual holy city housing perhaps 2000 monks, renowned as a spiritual bastion of Georgia. When completed this underground fortress extended 13 levels and contained 6000 apartments, a throne room and a large church with an external bell tower. It is assumed that the only access to this stronghold was via a hidden tunnel whose entrance was near the banks of Mtkvari river. The outside slope of the mountain was covered with fertile terraces, suitable for cultivation, for which an intricate system of irrigation was designed. With such defenses, natural and man made, the place must have been all but impregnable to human forces. Alas, the glorious days of Vardzia didn’t last for very long. Though safe from the Mongols, mother nature was a different story altogether. In 1283, only a century after its construction, a devastating earthquake literally ripped the place apart. The quake shattered the mountain slope and destroyed more than two-thirds of the city, exposing the hidden innards of the remainder.


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  • Entrance fees: Borjomi, Vardzia
2 persons 5 persons
$95 per person $50 per person



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